Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier Vet Grp LSE:PVG London Ordinary Share GB00BSZLMS59 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 76.00p 72.00p 80.00p - - - 1,240 05:00:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 2.5 -4.3 10.7 7.1 11.44

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/3/2017
11:50
I've also added today, further encouraged by the stockopedia figures posted by Hydrus.
homebrewruss
13/3/2017
11:36
Added another few today at 239p. Filled up for now!
bones
13/3/2017
11:20
Spread tightened up perhaps some liquidity increase?? Any ideas
bigglesbingham
13/3/2017
10:59
Are the buys showing yet?
bigglesbingham
13/3/2017
10:00
Quite happy with the director sales. Its totally normal to sell to satisfy institutional demand at this early stage of the cycle for such an illiquid stock. On that note , have added 2 x 10k this am at around 239p.
miti 1000
13/3/2017
09:42
Yes Directors shares have gone directly to institutions and are not in the market to be bought.
pet lover
13/3/2017
09:35
Now some research on my 7dig that I think will do extremely well like here based on the same criteria. Fixed overheads, 90% margins, fast growth and recurring revenues. HTTP://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/edison-tv/clip/executive-interview-7digi
pet lover
13/3/2017
09:26
Momentum starting again , a number of small buys
bigglesbingham
12/3/2017
18:32
we were with NFU when greyhound broke its back leg. It was plated and the bill was huge - cant recall the real detail in the claims but it was hassle free and although we exceeded the limit - NFU paid their share without hassle. (and we needed insurance for the liability aspect). I doubt its internet ready but you might give them a call.
janeann
12/3/2017
18:29
Interesting, thanks. What I suspected, though 3rd party seems important to have in case Mutt causes Accident chasing after Cat.
brucie5
12/3/2017
18:21
Well my advice is don't bother just put the money you would pay each year into a tin. Insurance tax alone is 12% down the pan and they only payout about 60% of claims. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3611793/Four-ten-pet-insurance-claims-rejected-costing-owners-total-232m-vet-bills.html
pet lover
12/3/2017
18:10
Anyone here recommend good internet ready UK insurance for a middle aged mutt? I see my current insurer has hiked up the rates by several fold for next 12 months. They must think they're onto an easy payday, as we have hardly ever claimed, and use a £100 excess. (Not me, for my dog, who by the laws of canine ageing will surpass me in years this October!)
brucie5
12/3/2017
16:20
I wondered why the board hadn't given an indication of sales in the states. I believe they had been waiting for this sale of stock. Now I believe they will issue a trading statement which the institutions would have had a good idea about. Wouldn't be surprised if Woodford bought a large chunk it his type of company. So this week we will find out who bought, there will be trading rns and share price will be plus 300 by Friday. Now if that prediction comes true I'm doing lottery next week!!!!
bigglesbingham
12/3/2017
15:50
That's the beauty of high margin, super fast growth, and recurring revenues. It's the model doing the work. That's why it has taken me two years to find the next company to do, with luck exactly the same. Crucially form a low valuation, as real investment returns are made by those that take some risk on board in the early days but benefit massively as the company grows. 🌞
pet lover
12/3/2017
15:39
125% growth with institutions buying will I think mean the shares, will from now on, always be ahead of themselves. New investors will buy on the projected growth rates going forward and in a short period of time everyone in town wants a slice of the cake. This is exactly the scenario I have been waiting for, where one just sits back and relaxes. One of the famous city fund managers states that the PE should equal the growth rate. A PE of 125 would be fantastic but I can't see it myself. The share price rise will now come in lumps. Those that buy now, those that wait for proof, and later on, those that buy for income. 👏👏👏👏 8079;👏Ԁ79;👏👏;👏👏👏👏28079;👏€079;👏㈇9;👏👏👏👏👏👏 8079;👏Ԁ79;👏
pet lover
12/3/2017
09:04
Agreed PL - still getting over the fact the forecast is to increase revenue by 125% between this year and next. You go a long way to find another company with that sort of organic growth. Incredible if it plays out like that.
hydrus
12/3/2017
09:01
HYDRUS If broker target is correct some new research may have been privy to the institutions that is yet to get out to the wider market. All looking rather good. Off out with the hound. 🐶🐶🐶🐶 8054;🐶Ԁ54;🐶🐶;🐶
pet lover
12/3/2017
08:57
100% agreed with NET above. The institutions wanted to buy cheap, hence the drift down. We have known days here when a 3,000 sell trade knocks 7% of the price. A new set of investors now want in.
pet lover
12/3/2017
08:41
as do the company if issuing share options at the price issued ... they need management to be incentivised which have been at very fair price to shareholders.
meganxmas
12/3/2017
08:36
The important point to note: You cannot realistically sell a big slice of a company unless the buyers think it has extra value - you have to leave something for both parties. That is the nature of trade. The fact that a big trade has been done, strongly suggests that buyers think the company share price will be going up.
netcurtains
12/3/2017
08:01
PL did you see the broker forecasts I posted? I wonder if there will be a statement/article releases at some point as there was for Zeus.
hydrus
12/3/2017
07:51
BTW I do agree with you though ;)
hydrus
12/3/2017
07:10
PL, differing viewpoints are healthy. Just because a share has increased in price doesn't mean a company is immune to scrutiny and challenge. In fact quite the opposite - as investors we should continually reflect on the company strategy.You might not agree with Dexy's points but can we please encourage debate here. I value it.
hydrus
12/3/2017
03:27
Mr DEXY "I wonder if there will be any bonuses issued for selling the buying group. Certaintly been a good year for DT. ;)" It's been an absolutely fabulous two years for ALL SHAREHOLDERS. I have been trying to find out how many other stocks have had that kind of performance without any luck, but I think it would be safe to say it's well under 1% of all listed shares quoted in London. Yet you still want to put the knife in. I just don't get it. If the stock had come off 50% and targets not met I could well understand but that's not the case is it.?? Around ten years ago four people in my village kept asking me for share tips,all from very different backgrounds. The Manor house down to a farm worker. After some time I put them into a share that did very well over an 18 month time frame. I then sold mine and and advised the others to do the same. The Farm Worker did using my phone within 5 minutes. The others to my amazement at the time did not, basing their decisions on the fact the stock have been 10% higher in the past, and they would keep going up. They went down hard. I learned so much from that experience it will stay with me forever. Basically investors always want more they aren't content with doing well it's just not enough. 💷💷💷💷 8183;💷ԁ83;💷💷;💷💷💷💷28183;💷€183;💷㈒3;💷💷💷💷💷💷 8183;💷ԁ83;💷💷;💷💷💷💷28183;💷€183;💷㈒3;💷💷
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