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Premier Veterinary Group Plc PVG London Ordinary Share
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1hjones: For long term investors this is a great. For those looking to sneak on and out to make a few quid...well this ones not you. Do your research. This is transformational.
mr dexy: H, I think that for the time being the jury is out... I raised questions marks over both the size of the BOD's take from this ( Nov '16 ) and the Director share sale ( Mar '17 ) as well as the reasoning behind the share sale as opposed to a fundraising ( as well as some general points on the overall strategy ). I think it's fair to say that the reception to my questioning of the Director's actions was not well received... I think I was accused of "sticking the knife in" ... amongst other things. The final nail in that particular coffin, for me anyway, came with the bombshell that they hadn't really understood the US market as well as one might hope. So, having feathered their own nests, and, I would imagine, pished off a few institutions, there is a fair amount of work to be done to repair their reputations. One imagines that they are hard at it... and I genuinely hope, for the sake of investors, that they are, but as ever, the proof will be in the pudding.. and for the time being I'm happier to watch from the sidelines to see if they deserve both the cash and the loyalty of the shareholders. As ever, best wishes to all. Mr D
hydrus: Biggles - highly illiquid stock so what goes up quickly.....They've clearly lost the confidence of some investors reading this board - I share concerns re US. Unless they show very clearly what the issues are and progress they are making resolving them then I can understand the concern.
homebrewruss: I await to hear from the company later but the phrase 'the market hates uncertainty' certainly holds true for PVG investors. All previous news and facebook updates etc seem to indicate that the appetite for PPCP is large and real. The statement about the US taken alone (and without the rest of world slowdown) doesn't seem that bad to me and if they are able to achieve critical mass in 6 months (approx 1 year overall) I would view that as a good achievement. Let's see if we get any more details.
bones: Miti, how do you get to see the RSP positions? Just curious as it would be nice if all investors could access it for a fee as we do level 2 (in a fair playing field).
homebrewruss: I'm surprised the spread has tightened so much and the share price not gone up further. Perhaps not all of the shares sold by the directors have gone directly to institutions but some onto the open market to increase liquidity. Or the institutions only ever planned on holding a subset of the shares and selling a few to increase liquidity: 'Following interest in the Company from a number of institutional investors, and with the aim of increasing the liquidity of the Company's shares'
pet lover: 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: To enable PVG to be extremely profitable massive numbers are not even required. Let's take the UK Here income from plans sold in previous periods keeps being delivered through the letter box for years and years BUT COSTS VERY LITTLE TO MAINTAIN. That's why I just love recurring income streams management have to keep this steady but the real effort can be spent at the front line, going global. It's no different from how other growth companies have come from nowhere and created fabulous wealth by doing things smarter, quicker and more profitable than the old establishment. So many investors have been caught out on the stock market that caution takes over, and makes your head look for disaster around each and every corner. They are often proved right,as heaps of companies walk investors up the garden path. The directors at PVG own a very very substantial amount of stock and are driven to success far more than you or I. How many companies do you see where the directors cough up cash for expansion and in doing so avoid diluting shareholders with a placing, often, at a price lower than in the market the previous day.
hydrus: Iomax99 I am optimistic here but there are risks. Management might fail to execute these contracts and might have taken on too much too soon, for example. However, I have weighed up the risks vs the opportunity of capital growth and believe it's got an excellent shot. Remember it's not blue sky, they are generating revenues which are growing >50% at high margins. The model also enables investors to calculate with a degree of certainty what revenues are likely to be in the current financial year based on pet plan numbers. That visibility is helpful. Estimates for future years are based on more profitable US plans (which the company has confirmed) and projected growth in plan numbers. Those are harder to predict but my estimates are not miles away from Zeus's, although slightly lower revenue.Each investor must weigh up these risks and potential rewards themselves of course. I do believe that due to the existing high margin recurring revenue there is a big safety net here. That is growing without much input from PVG as it's the UK vets selling plans themselves.
ginger_ninja1: Stock investing strategy – Growth investingIn a nut shell....Growth investors, invest in companies that exhibit signs of above-average growth. They don't mind if the share price is expensive in comparison to its actual value. 'Signs of above-average Growth' is what growth investors try to spot. These signs gets revealed when you study the fundamentals. This is the exact opposite of 'value investing' approach. In a nutshell, the difference between 'value' investing and 'growth' investing lies in the methodology adopted by the investors. While the value investor looks for undervalued shares, the growth investor looks for shares with higher growth potential.What exactly is 'growth'?Benjamin Graham defined a growth share as a share in a company "that has done better than average in the past, and is expected to do so in the future." Any company whose business generates significant positive cash flows or earnings, which increase at significantly faster rates than the overall economy, can be categorized under 'growth'. A growth company tends to have very profitable reinvestment opportunities for its own retained earnings. Thus, it typically pays little to no dividends to stockholders, opting instead to plow most or all of its profits back into its expanding business. Software companies are examples of growth oriented companies.What's the concept all about?Investors who follow this strategy look for companies that exhibit huge growth in terms of revenues and profits. Typically, this set of investors looks for those in sunrise sectors (those in the early stages of growth) hoping to find the next Microsoft. A growth investor may look into the past year's data to recognize the past growth rates and based on his studies about the industry's potential and company's prospects; try to estimate the future growth of the company. Investors look to spot a company that grows at minimum 15% annually. If a stock cannot realistically double in five years, it's probably not a growth stock. That's the general consensus. This may seem like an overly high, unrealistic standard, but remember that with a growth rate of 10%, a stock's price would double in seven years. So the rate growth investors are seeking is 15% per annum, which yields a doubling in price in five yearsWhat does a Growth Investor look for in a stock?Low dividend yields, high price-to-earnings ratio or high sales-to-market capitalisation ratio or a mix of all. For identifying stocks with high potential, growth investors look at key variables such as rate of growth in per share earnings over the last five-10 years, expected growth in earnings over the next five years or so, operating and net profit margins and business efficiency. A growth investor would target a company that's growing at 15%-40% year on.On a macro level, factors such as the stage in business cycle in which the industry operates, its relative attractiveness, and the positioning of the company in the competition matrix form part of the investment analysis. They then look at the current price and determine if it reflects the growth potential of the company's business.What are the sources to find Growth shares?The best method is to do your own research. Most growth stocks can be spotted in the small cap and mid cap indexes. It is the growth rate that finally makes them large caps. Try to spot new companies that come up with innovative ideas – for example in medical Pharma industry. Watch companies that have grown from small cap to mid caps. Watch companies that breach all time high levels. Investigate why the prices sky rocketed. You may also validate shares of Industries that are currently facing market overreaction to a piece of news affecting the industry in the short term and try to spot one.
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