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% 70.50p 67.00p 74.00p - - - 0 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 6.6 10.61

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/5/2017
18:43
Conceivably, the chart just got ahead of itself. We'll see what tomorrow brings.
brucie5
02/5/2017
18:00
Great cheers
bigglesbingham
02/5/2017
17:57
I've been in touch with the company today asking about the difference between the US and UK models. I hope to get a response from the CFO tomorrow as indicated and will post any info if I'm able to.
homebrewruss
02/5/2017
17:20
Before that we need to know why proven U.K. Business model doesn't work in states.
bigglesbingham
02/5/2017
15:47
Pet lover - any thoughts on today's news?
hydrus
02/5/2017
15:36
He points out the additional risk here now. That's fair enough. Not a good day! They need to demonstrate some significant traction now over next 6 months or market won't believe the story.
hydrus
02/5/2017
15:29
..and Paul Scotts's latest piece is now up, doesn't add much to the trading update: hTTp://www.stockopedia.com/content/small-cap-value-report-tue-2-may-2017-part-2-pla-pvg-dgb-182079/
homebrewruss
02/5/2017
13:03
Paul Scott is covering PVG later apparently. Will be interesting to see if he digs any deeper than last time: hTTp://www.stockopedia.com/content/small-cap-value-report-9-may-2016-grg-bhs-frp-pvg-rstr-130568/
homebrewruss
02/5/2017
11:29
Not enough clarity for me on what needs to be done. What is wrong, why wasn't it working, are all states different. Exactly what are the differences, what is the alternative approach. During this period of increased activity the Company has identified a number of differences between the UK and US markets necessitating a different approach to certain elements of the provision of preventative healthcare plans in the US
celeritas
02/5/2017
10:53
I am now an ex-holder as of this morning as already posted because it seems too much of an act of faith to rely on the estimate of six months and then all will be rosy. I think they are simply giving themselves breathing room. The US is a collection of states with their own individual laws so perhaps they are discovering the need to approach each state with different business models? This would complicate things.They seem to have gone "all in" with the USA and then discovered a hitch worthy of an RNS. Like a poker player betting big with ace high flush in diamonds before realising that one of the cards is a heart.I hope it works out well but I have to be out until there is clarity on what the issues are and how they affect the business results.
bones
02/5/2017
10:29
I suspect that's right home brew - probably more risk now with the company as it's not been plain sailing but the scale of the opportunity is still there. They wouldn't be investing otherwise plus the sales record from US clinics has been excellent in a range of cases.
hydrus
02/5/2017
10:21
Hopefully just a bump in the road. They've identified a problem relatively early and are making moves to fix it. Good news that they've sold the buying group and I like the mention of 'critical mass' in six months
homebrewruss
02/5/2017
08:28
Lomax - I'm similarly interested in HSKA which is also highly rated. Not mentioned by Smith I don't think but same sector. Been watching it climb for months doh
hydrus
02/5/2017
08:25
Disappointed with their lack of research/reading of the US market. I have reduced my holding somewhat, albeit at a small loss. Hydrus - thanks for pointing out the Fundsmith youtube link, will need to assess whether Idexx is worth an investment on a PE of 58 (!)
lomax99
02/5/2017
08:00
I'm willing to be wrong on this but I don't think there is any issue with the plans selling in the US. We know they are popular from the Facebook page and the clinics that have sold hundreds already. I suspect it's something to do with how clinics engage with PVG. Maybe they expect a quicker launch or more support from trainers? Who knows.
hydrus
02/5/2017
07:57
Rapid slow down in qtr on qtr numbers, reduced by more than half. Maybe its seasonal with tighter purses in the first qtr. I agree with Hydrus, what are the differences with the UK model vs US. The rns today should have pointed them out and exactly whats being done.
celeritas
02/5/2017
07:56
If one clinic in states recently celebrated 210 plans sold as per Facebook then why cannot others replicate? We need an answer on the difference between UK and US. Is it legislative? Technical? Can they not tell us because it creates a barrier to entry for others? The type of difference which will delay 6 months any ideas???
bigglesbingham
02/5/2017
07:52
In cash terms they got less than £5m for the buying group rather than the headline £6m+.What is more concerning is not only the opaque nature of the US "difficulties" and the lack of detail there but also the insipid growth rate in the UK for the last quarter. Is that a blip or a trend?History shows many UK companies foundering on US rocks. Let's hope this is not another one.Many long termers have done well out of this share but I was late to the party so I have had to flush this particular "woofer" down the toilet sadly. It is way too illiquid for the kind of holding I would want to hold so I have let this one go.As stated above, the insti's that bought from the directors in good faith must feel they have been sold a pup.
bones
02/5/2017
07:26
Not great news at all - I think the RNS should have been clearer on what the differences are between the two markets. Still they got £6m for the buying group which is good and they are clearly still going for it in US. A delay is never going to be taken well by the market.
hydrus
02/5/2017
07:20
Obviously very poor news on the delay and not very professional...will have to stick this one in the back of a drawer a while. I'd imagine the institutions are seething as well.
miti 1000
02/5/2017
07:07
Oh dear, selling the family silver to go heavily into the US market without understanding the market. Interesting comments from DT Regards to all Mr D
mr dexy
29/4/2017
13:07
Good letter thanks lomax
hydrus
29/4/2017
12:03
Well worth looking at their US Facebook page: https://en-gb.facebook.com/PremierPetCarePlan/ The first post hilghlights plan no. 210 being signed up by the South Mississippi Animal Health Center - roll on the updated US stats! A few posts lower is a letter which waxes lyrical on the benefits of PVG plans.
lomax99
29/4/2017
10:10
Terry Smith on pet sector being best in world to invest in, got to 1hr 35mins:htTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qNZa-77YXY&t=24s&ab_channel=Fundsmith
hydrus
27/4/2017
11:32
Last year's results were on 9th May.
miti 1000
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