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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Provident Financial Plc LSE:PFG London Ordinary Share GB00B1Z4ST84 ORD 20 8/11P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.80 -1.88% 354.20 352.80 353.80 361.40 354.20 361.00 42,442 12:40:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 807.8 -113.5 -32.9 - 898

Provident Financial Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/6/2020
06:54
Best placed provider alongside Paragon
bigboots
11/6/2020
18:25
Bought a few today on a limit order. Should do well in a recession.
discodave4
10/6/2020
12:10
Picked up a few on the dip.. still think the share price will attempt the 250p barrier in the short term.
tole
07/6/2020
17:07
Not many stocks trading below NAV.
discodave4
05/6/2020
10:53
Some nice bigger buys above ask in this shake. Whilst silly PIs sell...
babbler
05/6/2020
09:33
Well some now deciding to take profit... :p
babbler
05/6/2020
08:30
There were plenty of quotes yesterday at 202 :)
babbler
05/6/2020
08:28
No quote online
prince7652
05/6/2020
08:13
Someone's not happy with the rise here.I wonder who that is lol
ammu12
05/6/2020
07:58
Breakout!!!
ammu12
05/6/2020
07:24
250 should be easy from here
ammu12
05/6/2020
06:56
Source - SMWPeel Hunt today reaffirms its buy investment rating on Provident Financial PLC (LON:PFG) and set its price target at 260p
ammu12
04/6/2020
22:29
They will be waiting a bloody long time for something good to happen lol. I think the price will go up on the report day, but get the hell out on the up. I might buy some two days just before trade ends, just like I did with PFG and take a gamble. It's worth a punt :). Who knows I could become a penny millionaire.
1cutandrun
04/6/2020
20:01
How about a contrarian view. The results arnt what were expected. So they are waiting as long as possible, in the hope something good happens. They could then include that to take the edge off ????. Who knows only time will tell Regards my friend.
superiorshares
04/6/2020
19:55
Haha another incestuous industry then :-). Pleased for you on your trade. I used to Day trade . Did it for 3 odd years pre 9/11. It's when the market s don't have the volatility, it becomes a difficult chore ! I did a hell of a lot of it as well. I don't use software . I use my brain I have a funny brain it is very good with numbers but poor at other things. A lot of other things actually :-). Too much number crunching Frazzles my brain !. NSF. How can these results be good ??? . You have the lockdown , charges for the failed Provident bid. I doubt they will give any guidance due to ongoing uncertainty ?. I am with you, you might get a short term small bounce. But I am wrong about a lot of things.
superiorshares
04/6/2020
19:14
Superior. I bought big time two days before PFG reported and have now cashed out. Easy money really. I've still got an eye on them though. As for NSF, I don't believe the excuse they are making for the Annual Report delay. The report was due out at the end of April and nobody knows the release date. It made no sense in delaying it as the impact of the virus was new ground. Prolonging it identifies the damage it will have on the business. What the eye doesn't see the heart doesn't grieve. So why delay. Let me give a scenario. The market has already taken into account the negative prospects of companies for this year. Most bank and finance houses, when reporting, their shares price has increased. By delaying the report by two months this allows someone to drip feed into buying shares on a daily basis at rock bottom prices. I've noticed someone or people are buying shares daily, not through the LSE but are listed under MIC as XOFF. Basically as unidentified. If the share price goes up on the day of the report, they are going to make a killing and not investigated. Jono Gillespie was recruited from PFG in April and is now the Chief Financial Officer at NSF. The MD of PFG home credit, happens to be Chris Gillespie.
1cutandrun
04/6/2020
16:43
Icutandrun. Thanks for the reply , I haven't been on here for a day or so. I've got my eye on pfg, MCL and NSF. Still thinking trouble ahead for all ? . I might miss the boat, but I am nervous about everything at the moment. Good luck with any short term trading your doing at the moment. Regards.
superiorshares
04/6/2020
09:48
This should rise too...Expecting 250 at some point
ammu12
04/6/2020
09:47
Already been in that one and watching. Since Below 130...
babbler
04/6/2020
09:45
Babs have a look at gfrd
ammu12
04/6/2020
09:44
So who's selling now??? I thought it would rise nicely now.
babbler
04/6/2020
09:19
Good Riddance to InvescoCouple of new US shareholdersHopefully we see strong share price momentum going forward.
dual
04/6/2020
07:22
Yup. I'm in. Selling pressure from INVESCO gone. Buyers in... What's not to like?
babbler
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