Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pittards LSE:PTD London Ordinary Share GB00BHB1XR83 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -1.09% 90.50p 89.00p 92.00p 91.50p 90.50p 91.50p 10,500 09:31:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 27.0 -4.1 -29.9 - 12.76

Pittards Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/8/2017
11:49
Had a quick look -excellent. If only the share price could be as impressive. However I target three figures before the year end.As you say trading should be reasonable and as long as they avoid banana skins....
meijiman
17/8/2017
11:31
meijiman, Been an interested party for some time as you might have guessed from looking at the history of the thread but was not the buyer today. The fortunes may be turning for PTD after the cleaning up last time around imo. Worth looking at the company website if you have not done so recently. hTtps://www.pittards.com/
clocktower
17/8/2017
11:25
This company is from my home town & if they own the site it's sat on, then that alone is worth millions.
cocker
17/8/2017
09:44
RU a buyer clocktower?
meijiman
17/8/2017
09:29
On the up today on small volume so it seems that limited stock is available.
clocktower
29/6/2017
14:02
Big increase in holdings announced today - wonder what the plan is? Could we see some changes before to long?
clocktower
17/5/2017
11:24
Just about the only company left which doesn't use the AGM as a chance to update even if its one or two lines. A pitiful state of affairs.
meijiman
07/4/2017
20:49
Has that utter clown of a ceo been awarded a pay rise? To date he has come up with 7 different excuses for failure.
meijiman
07/4/2017
18:49
Staff numbers drop by 15% while staff costs rise
yoyoy
22/3/2017
09:35
this is looking really bad......if their lenders loose patience, they are ten and out quickly, there is no chance they will get away with another rescue placing of shares........well maybe at 2p.
baner
21/3/2017
08:44
Exactly clocktower. You have beautifuly summed it up. NAV craters, debt balloons, massive loss posted. 29p per share is massive. I sold at open and I'm delighted to have got out at 82p because I thought these would open in the 50p-60p range. There is no apology either. In fact they thank the staff for their sterling work! What about the investors who pumped in loads of cash at a price of 120p in May 2015. They've been completely screwed over.
gbill11
21/3/2017
08:33
The debt balloons, the stock value deflates,the management roll out promises of better things to come but as usual with warnings, so they can say we warned of the possibilities - the whole board need the boot. Surprised the share price is holding up - 50p may not be that far away.
clocktower
21/3/2017
08:16
as expected - stock provision and increasing debt........what a disastrous board and management team! how on earth could they appoint this useless Jill Something as a NED following her appalling performance as CFO for a number of years? these shares could well come down below 50p before being taken over by a more competent organization - the question is if this will be in relation to a bankruptcy or not.
baner
21/3/2017
08:03
It's about time they wrote down the stock.
arthur_lame_stocks
21/3/2017
07:50
Results out Big stock write down
spob
16/3/2017
11:53
Great interest in this share-NOT. About time this serial disappointer was put out of its misery. As I write I'm sure the ceo is working up on his excuses for the current year. Is it to be roaming lions eating the workers/plagues of locusts/ civil unrest in the Devizes area -who knows. Guess it all adds to the excitement. Still those monthly salary cheques keep rolling in like a comforting warm embrace-plus exes of course.
meijiman
03/1/2017
16:28
Watching commercial TV over Xmas; there has been an endless stream of adverts for leather sofas. Also having leather seats in cars is not so unusual even mid market models have this option. Conclusion -there is good demand for leather -maybe Pittards lacks pricing power. If Mulberry can sell a lady's bag for £600 then you might hope that some of that margin might stay with the leather producer.
meijiman
27/12/2016
17:50
As to the market for quality leather goods it depends on who you believe I suppose, Pittards or LVMH https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-10-10/lvmh-quarterly-sales-top-estimates-on-fashion-and-leather-goods
yoyoy
22/12/2016
03:58
I've followed these for years but can't see any reason to invest just because of the large discount to NAV.
arthur_lame_stocks
21/12/2016
12:26
"The prolonged depressed demand for leather has culminated in disappointing sales volumes in the last few months of the year." 90% of Pittards production is exported. Given the fall in the value of the £, you might have thought it would do better.
yoyoy
21/12/2016
12:23
but are they controlling what they can. Sales keep falling but stock keeps rising. Stock is only any good if you can sell it.
yoyoy
21/12/2016
11:55
the market cap is not just below NAV, its below half of NAV. What does that tell me? It tells me its undervalued. PTD does not have more than 12 months of stock. You keep banging on about this but you are wrong. In fact they only have £9M of actual finished goods for sale, but even if you include the raw materials and the goods under constuction they still do not have more than 12 months of stock. PTD are being hit by problems they cannot control at the moment. The Ethiopean situation and a temporary falling demand for leather.
gbill11
21/12/2016
11:44
Inventory is rising and Cost of Sales falling. What does that tell you. Because inventory/cost of sales does as a good proxy figure about invenory levels. How many profitable manufacturing companies have more than 12 months of stock? Why is the market cap below NAV? Ask yourself.
yoyoy
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