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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

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/6/2021
09:05
double post error..
clocktower
17/6/2021
22:39
I would put money on that if your married with kids, that you think your in charge of your household, where as if the truth were known for its more than likely that your partner is, and yet you will absolutely refuse to accept the fact. On the other hand S if you have been divorced you will have realised how much your other half really thought they were worth financially even if you totally supported them from day one, as the courts will have agreed with at least 90% their demands.:-)
clocktower
17/6/2021
20:32
as I mentioned he (the Fd) is not running the company
smithie6
17/6/2021
17:04
He is managing the the books, and based on the numbers I am sure his MD and Chairman act on his recommendations to a large extent, in view of the arrangement that was made with Lloyds Bank Plc.
clocktower
17/6/2021
16:57
LOL - Have you never put your shirt on a dead cert and won? I never suggested he was skint by the way but with a salary of £119k gross plus pension, he is not YET a high flyer like yourself S. :-) However, once he has made a success of running this you might be happy to see him justly rewarded with even all the options you were complaining about a while ago. More BoD members should take lower gross salaries but only get rewarded through success that enriches all shareholders through share options set at good targets. When you have the knowledge that he has, then I would be putting a sizeable part of my savings into the company that I was employed by as the CFO. As his knowledge base exceeds that of all others in the business, as good CFO's guide the company into making good decisions for ALL their shareholders. I also like his CV. I wonder if that other trade of 12k today was another director and if so I expect a RNS tomorrow but even if it is not, I have no doubt that this will head well above the recent high of around 59p before very long.
clocktower
17/6/2021
16:26
I had an e-mail from him I wasn't impressed.
smithie6
17/6/2021
16:24
btw he is not managing the company's affairs he's the FD & not the MD or the chairman
smithie6
17/6/2021
16:22
if the FD has £70k invested in 1 just share, I would argue that he is not as skint as you make out ! ;-) so, it is just a % of the money he has invested in different shares £70k is a fair chunk to invest, a good inducator the £5k recent addition is fairly insignificant perhaps (no FD would put all his investing cash in just one company, especially the one that pays his mortgage & living costs since the extra risks are obvious) at £119k he is jostling for the cup for lowest paid FD for a listed company, so personally while I'm sure he is qualified etc, I doubt that his record sets him up to be the FD of say Easyjet or Unilever.
smithie6
17/6/2021
14:08
Dr Martins announced there results to March 2021 today, and although I have no detailed knowledge of the company, I did notice there sales were up 15% over the past 12 months, which in turn must be good news for Pittards as they used leathers from Pittards for their iconic boots that are made in the UK. Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/dr-martens-DOCS/share-news/Dr-Martens-PLC-Final-Results/85380856 Their shares have taken a hit today as their profits were hit due to Covid-19 I assume, as costs increased. Trading though continues to meet their expectations, which is also good news for Pittards, as the demand for leather remains from them.
clocktower
17/6/2021
12:28
Seeing that 2k buy it seems to me like that 12k took out whatever the MM wanted to clear, and there is just one MM with stock at 54p on offer, so any more buying might be the start of another bounce upwards I guess.
clocktower
17/6/2021
11:38
Furthermore he (the CFO) only joined in March 2019 and is only around 48 years old, so buying 135k shares in total in that short time out of a limited salary is a pretty big vote of confidence in his own ability to manage the company affairs in a far better way than they were prior to his appointment Smithie6. In fact he is the youngest full board member and the only other young Associate Director is the MD of Pittards Ethiopia at around 43. Is £60/70k investment since 2019 chicken feed to you S and do you have more than 135k shares in PTD?
clocktower
17/6/2021
11:08
£5.3k maybe to you S but he purchased more late last year and bear in mind his salary was £119k in 2020 before tax, and if you have a family etc to support then £5k would be a pretty large chunk of spare cash I would suggest. As I am not familiar with tax and NI deductions in the UK S, please tell me how much you expect Mr Average would have take home money out of £119k ? He now owns 1.04% of Pittards and I consider that for a CFO that earns £119K pa. that has been buying more shares since last year a very decent commitment to PTD and bearing in mind any of his options will only kick in when the share price rises above 70p. It is only that, bar punting money, I am fully invested across my portfolio or I would add to my holding of PTD right now while the share price is so undervalued imo. and clearly that is the view of the CFO of PTD's.
clocktower
17/6/2021
10:42
but it's just small change
smithie6
17/6/2021
09:00
Another vote of confidence from the CFO today, seems to be putting more of his spare cash into what are clearly undervalued assets.
clocktower
16/6/2021
14:12
When one thinks PTD raised £5.8 million in 2015 at £1.20 a share - mainly to fund the purchase of the Yeovil site for £3.6 million. At todays share price the company market Cap is just £7.4m. with assets at the end of 2020 of £1.07 per 50p share and the recovery underway, makes this look so undervalued bearing in mind the quality of those assets. The next set of figures for H1 should restore confidence and then be reflected in the share price on future prospects. Even Dr Martins icon boots that are produced in the UK use Pittards leathers.
clocktower
16/6/2021
09:30
I notice that the company trades showing up again today at the old timings as well.
clocktower
15/6/2021
12:52
Back in March Pittards were seeking extra sewing machinists, so one can assume they had an increasing number of orders/contracts to fill, and were upping production. Hopefully we will hear about the progress before very long, which should positively impact the share price. Https://corporate.pittards.com/about/our-story/careers/
clocktower
15/6/2021
09:53
How can the auditors have signed off the full company accounts on 23.03.2021 and yet not signed off one of the subsidiaries until 21.05.2021 ?
clocktower
15/6/2021
09:31
Yes -S but I would like to see more transparency within the accounts and more information about the subsidiary companies, although all fully accounted for in the main accounts. Using these subsidiaries, without fully understanding the intricacies leaves a lot to be desired. For example: Company number 00792101 PITTARD GARNAR SERVICES LIMITED who's entire revenue comes from Africa. Which can be seen on the Companies House Website. Https://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/ Still, if Ethiopia returns to the revenue or betters that of 2019 the beneficial impact on PTD should be very favorable imo. In particular the improving sales of footwear and arrangement with vivobarefoot.com It is worth noting that the auditors only signed these accounts off on 21.05.2021 after the AGM on 14.05.2021
clocktower
15/6/2021
08:54
ah you understand why a previously booked trade has been re-booked, at the same price ?
smithie6
14/6/2021
22:53
Not so S - that was the exact number the company published in last weeks RNS. It really should have been shown on Fridays Trades or "L" today. "The Company also announces today it will undertake a Corrective Share Buyback utilising the Authority. On 16th November 2020, the Company undertook a share buyback of 934,210 Ordinary Shares at a price of 38p per share. This transaction is now being rebooked with WH Ireland at the original transaction price of 38 pence. In accordance with the Disclosure and Transparency Rules "
clocktower
14/6/2021
21:49
934k shares sold 6.5-7% of the co. & then bought @ ~14p below the mkt price (so it can't be a bed & SIPP otherwise someone should ring the tax man ! ) some big holder looks to have thrown in the towel !
smithie6
11/6/2021
10:15
Still S - there was more interest in the stock yesterday and again first thing this morning.So a positive, as it had been sliding after a nice little run north.
clocktower
11/6/2021
09:49
My mistake S - I jumped to a conclusion as I just looked at the headline, as I was late and bleary eyed this morning, and based my comments on what the last announcement was about a share buy back. So I will edit my post 206.
clocktower
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