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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pittards Plc 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
  -2.50 -3.91% 61.50 60.00 63.00 64.00 61.50 64.00 66,531 10:37:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 15.2 -2.3 -17.7 - 8

Pittards Share Discussion Threads

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17/5/2021
11:29
error due to advfn server problem, triple post
clocktower
17/5/2021
11:27
Duplicate post due to ADVFN server errors
clocktower
17/5/2021
11:27
I cannot get a quote to buy 1000 online but I can sell now, it seems to me the MM are holding the share price here by limiting the ability to buy - maybe its just my online broker. Hmmm
clocktower
17/5/2021
11:09
interesting that Pittards phps has a barrier to competition in the Vivofootwear sector since I assume that there is little competition in Eth. that has the supply of raw materials & size in production (~1000 workers) if the tannery could sell skins on the open mkt or to Pittards product production, I assume that the 2nd will get the materials ! ----- & if you were the MD of Vivibarefoot would you sign production with the biggest supplier in Ethiopia (Pittards) that also operates the biggest tannery of raw skins (& years of exoerience) or with Joe Bloggs little production co. that has no tannery & hence no g'tee of supply of leather !!
smithie6
17/5/2021
11:02
btw apparently a lot of ppl have increased their savings during the Furlough period (paying ppl 80-100% of their normal wage, to sit at home was insanity, with no shops open , no bars open, no hotels, no travel, no holidays abroad, no car fuel costs, clearly ppl had no need to have their normal income) & some ppl have a lot of money on the stk mkts so, a high chance that ppl will buy themselves some treats now the economy is opening up again incl. luxury cars with leather seats, leather goods. & even Vivofeet products which at ~£150 are expensive (but imo cheap to make, almost no sole for example, & thin flexible leather & sourced from Ethiopia where I guess the prices are cheap. so the leather sector should see a bit bounce back.
smithie6
17/5/2021
09:39
Last week we were discussing the possible share buyback or them issuing more shares to satisfy the director awards in due course. Having given the matter further consideration another alternative is to wait until after the next RNS, which I believe will be very positive, that will send the share price up with jolt, and maybe announced they will be buying the 400k shares up in the market, at the same time because of the great improvement in cash flow and outlook, which in turn would help drive the already limited amount of free flowing stock to higher levels still. In turn this would provide them with the window to take advantage of the situation and sell them to a willing large investor at a discount at a much higher price than if they started to purchase 400k shares now. Just a thought S.
clocktower
17/5/2021
09:32
I think we all know that there is no real profit in being a workshop for luxury bags etc for other brands. & no job stability etc either. ---- I agree that production in Ethiopia is surely a good plan. Produce where wages are very cheap & the raw material of thin skins is sourced & processed & then sell in developed countries. Manual work in the UK at UK wages making stuff to export. Difficult to do. While sure, there are UK raw animal hides/skins which can/need be processed & hopefully is profitable. & surely there are few processing competitors in the UK due to the skills & machinery needed. (& many UK clients for hides (cars etc) will prefer a local UK source that they can meet, deal with in English & get the quality, colour tone, etc that they need. (for up market cars etc the quality factor is so important)
smithie6
17/5/2021
09:23
Https://www.pittards.com/collections/bags/products/soho-duffle-bag-blue-s this is one trendy design they offer
smithie6
17/5/2021
08:41
Well they need to stop putting gardening bags at £10/£15 on the front page of their woman's leather/fashion page for starters S - have a separate page for gardening gloves and bags for starters. I know they are aiming at a slightly older more price concise group, that most likely has a house and garden but still wants a well made high quality leather bag, and they leave the high fashion, top dollar ones to companies they supply leather too, so not to upset their very valuable customers I expect. These companies are best left to what they do well, marketing and adding value to Pittards leather. They wisely are better off concentrating on supplying the shoe industry with leather and production in Ethiopia. This area I believe is one of the new outstanding successes.
clocktower
17/5/2021
08:00
'product value' Balmain T shirt. 350€. nuts. but is a reflection that in the current world ppl want (need !?) to wear named products & they are willing to pay for it. Adidas, Nike, etc etc. can Pittards plug in to that ? I get the feeling that more effort, work hours & investment is going in to it we will see if it works (does Pittards have a product/brand/marketing guru to make it happen ??)
smithie6
17/5/2021
07:33
Logging in to review and fact check the posts from around 114 to 120, I noticed they have all been deleted, so bar me going through my full backup,which would be time consuming I will only review a few of the numbers that I can recall a little later when I reviewed the accounts once again. However going back to S’s post about the price of some of the goods available on various websites, if a product is well made and well finished, the price then comes from marketing and brand value, so it’s a case of perception. Much like the price of stocks like TERN at the moment, perceived future value with few truly valuable assets unlike PTD that has property, a huge amount of stock that they are now starting to liquidate, resulting in positive numbers.
clocktower
15/5/2021
19:08
cut my posts since I was flooding the thread in my posts/opinions
smithie6
15/5/2021
15:36
Not to forget the big positive extra earnings due to the exchange rate as you have very clearly pointed out. That alone must be worth a very considerable amount, maybe you have the time to give us some idea how much extra this will add to the bottom line this year. Even an estimated would be welcome.
clocktower
15/5/2021
15:30
Hi S, As I am enjoying the sunshine this weekend and not doing any verification of posts, I shall respond to your posts on Monday. However if what you say is correct about breaking the regulations, then I would urge you to contact the AIM regulator and set out your allegations in detail as you have done on your last two posts. While you will get little joy from the regulation team, I can assure you that they do look into these matters, as there was one company that had failed in their duty to give accurate and timely and true information to the market, that was forced to publish the information that I had brought to the regulatory teams attention within 10 days of me raising the issue, which they had failed to declare for over 12 months. Have a good weekend and good luck with getting to the bottom of the accounts etc.as they are clearly being managed, as I had suggested some short time ago, as I believe the turnaround will be remarkable now that all the awards have been reset and they have added to their stockpile of shares which they purchased in the market, some pretty recently as you are aware. Upwards and onwards as they have stated that the order book is growing and they are EBITA positive and have been for many months now. I also think that I have shown in many of the posts on this thread how well they must be doing with the shoe brands they are manufacturing for, in addition to the other new innovations and marketing not to forget the big reduction in costs- I mean £2 million savings is huge, I think you will agree.
clocktower
14/5/2021
20:01
interesting info have you seen the price of a T shirt from Balmain ? 350€ for a T shirt !!!!!!!!!! :-0 Https://www.balmain.com/es/pret-a-porter-camiseta-pale-blue-cotton-t-shirt-with-black-balmain-paris-logo-print_cod12587240cx.html ---- here's an idea "Pittards England" on a T shirt. £350 & see if people queue to buy it in Dubai or Shanghai !! ----- yoox they seem to sell luxury stuff from various brands
smithie6
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