Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Quindell LSE:QPP London Ordinary Share GB00BMTS9H89 ORD 15P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 97.75 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 72.0 -238.0 -87.9 - 444

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/11/2015
00:21
interesting idea Henchard Terry's vision but under more conservative management like The Innovation Group under the AA? maybe they could get the RAC relationship up and running again? telematics credit hire rehabilitation and PI claims all integrated with scale Indro?
nicky name
27/11/2015
00:18
BTW, I don't think I really have any readers, just the handful of people who read this thread here on advfn. Also, I don't think I've ever said short this or ever mentioned margins.
ionlypostafterbbms
27/11/2015
00:16
Numb Nuts, If this falls to, oh, let's say 35 cents or so, will you consider TW's prediction of 0 cents a complete failure on his part & proof he doesn't know what he's talking about?
ionlypostafterbbms
27/11/2015
00:09
How much are you underwater on this 'investment' now, Nut Boy?
ionlypostafterbbms
27/11/2015
00:08
Should Quindell/Watchtower avoid the embarrassment of trying to get court approval for a 90p cash return and make a bid for Slaughtered & Godawful instead?
henchard
27/11/2015
00:06
better tell your readers to spreadbet short it again then and if it goes wrong pay the margin lol just like QPP at 26p
nicky name
26/11/2015
23:47
what you fail to understand is that all claims for negligence resulting in personal injury are not going to cease because the government is trying to make legal services savings, appease the insurance lobby and the general public. Everybody hates ambulance chasers and insurance fraud! this is only the latest skirmish. Whiplash claims are already not very profitable for lawyers, and it is only the big factory firms where it is worth bothering with. This is why QPP swerved away from whiplash, and went after hearing loss. The government has to get this through consultation, and there seem to be some major snags to overcome in its proposals. Opposition to these reforms will be substantial, and will have to get past the select committee, The Lords etc. I imagine. If they do go through, R.T.A. claimants under £5,000 might have to pay the fees out of their compensation. The lawyers will always get paid. Your chum might be preparing his c.v., but he probably works for a small firm. These factory firms will take all the work due to their scale and efficiencies. This is why Slaters bought PSD. there is no way these are going to 0p any more than QPP did your problem mate, is always over egging the pudding are you going to get all your followers to spreadbet short this one too now, and then pay the margin? lol
nicky name
26/11/2015
22:59
They're under starter's orders in Oz. You ready Numb Nuts? Gonna do some more fantasy trading at the bottom price tonight?
ionlypostafterbbms
26/11/2015
22:39
Hard to believe Quindell is changing its name to Watchtower - anyone would think it's trying to attract a bunch of zealot nutters. Is there a new thread?
henchard
26/11/2015
18:15
good thing QPP shareholder extra payments from SGH will come from the NIHL claims, which are not effected by Osborne's statement
nicky name
26/11/2015
17:57
TimeOff I politely answered ELcap's question believe my answer or not, I really don't care V8Vantage whiplash claims had already been reined in, which is why QPP went after hearing loss Slaters may not have expected the rhetoric yesterday at an autumn statement, but they will not have been surprised, they knew which way the wind was blowing in any case, Osborne made the statement for reasons of political popularity, and to appease the powerful insurance lobby whether it gets through next year's consultation, The Lords etc. remains to be seen
nicky name
26/11/2015
17:48
V8vantage, Why had SGH price gone from over $8 to under $2 before the announcement? Timeoff, Nicky is a proven fantasy trader. I proved it conclusively with his fantasy spread bet which he has had a massive fantasy margin call on.
sweet karolina
26/11/2015
17:00
He often lies, time off. He started buying over six dollars, then three dollars....
elcapital
26/11/2015
16:53
Nicky Name 26 Nov'15 - 15:21 - 37673 of 37676 0 0 ELcap yep! bought some more last night at 90.7 aussie cents thanks bargain Interesting, the price dipped below 90c for about 45 seconds, normally spread bet companies wouldn't place trades during such volatility nor do they execute limit orders in my experience, if you can get a trade placed the spread would also normally be blown out really wide, much wider than 1-2%. What size did you manage to get away at that price?
timeoff
26/11/2015
16:31
Sweet Karolina - what on earth are you on about? SGH's price has tanked because of an announcement made in yesterday's Autumn Statement which could severely impact on SGH's future income. Are you suggesting that QPP's board should have magically anticipated almost a year ago that the Chancellor would crack down on whiplash claims, and that not doing so provides grounds for SGH to claw money back? Where does your bitterness come from?
v8vantage
26/11/2015
15:49
Wow, you wouldnt know a train was coming in a tunnel.
elcapital
26/11/2015
15:21
ELcap yep! bought some more last night at 90.7 aussie cents thanks bargain there is no money to be made in whiplash that is why QPP piled into hearing loss a further attack on whiplash claims was widely anticipated by most commentators it may have been unexpected in an autumn statement, but I am sure that it will not have come as a surprise, in itself a lot of small firms will go bust, and it is the big consolidated factory firms that will thrive
nicky name
26/11/2015
13:54
I wonder if their creditors might enforce legal action?
elcapital
26/11/2015
13:32
Have you averaged down again yet? Mr red flag
elcapital
26/11/2015
13:28
" But, it is possible that Slater and Gordon could soon be at the centre of a class action again — this time as the defendant. " I would be interested to know what this claim might be based on! what a load of cobblers, cobber
nicky name
26/11/2015
12:59
So, according to TW, although it seems unlikely any legal action would be successful, Slaters might try as they have nothing to lose. Another reason the special dividend might not be paid
elcapital
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