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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Rolls-royce Holdings Plc RR. London Ordinary Share GB00B63H8491 ORD SHS 20P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-2.44 -2.28% 104.56 16:35:23
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
107.00 104.38 108.16 104.56 107.00
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stockready: ALSO please note i am here and sharing my views purely because i truly believe in this company and what it can do. My positive posts will have NO BEARING whatsoever on the price of RR. you can never ramp or deramp any FTSE100 company ever. They are brought/sold in millions by institutional investors so the reason MM wouldn't have any influences here to dictate the trends. So even derampers here are just wasting their times as it will do nothing to how the price will move. GL IMHO DYOR
stockready: Seems proper investors who know the true potentials of this stock don't give a toss about few clueless analysts and what they say to help them enter lower. Even those analysts they know so well the recovery will happen far sooner than anyone predicted This will fly in the next couple of months, surely not in stright line but not far off One of the best FTSE stock with uncomfortable profits to any others in FTSE100 LONG TERMERS will win big time GLA IMHO
1bonanza: Spot on, long term great outlook, because of the timetable it will wallow around for sometime. No great rush for new investors.GLAH
ammu12: Trapping naive investors
ayl30: Agree, the market knows the last 12 myths has been a disaster for aero based companies. But the mkt is looking forward now which is what investors do. This is one of the few world class companies we have in the uk and currently undervalued
stockready: Pwal Hi Not really sure what you mean?! With extra shares!!! There will be all bought by institutional investors as things progress and as the company comes up with new ideas and innovations...therefore become more and more valuable... Remember values in not always a physical money you produce but also the unique expertise you can apply and expand on. I am not thinking of getting out at £3 or even £4 i want £10 and as i appreciate might be hard for some people to imagine this but i can tell you despite covid effect knocking lots of potential profits out of tbis companies but it has also made it more efficient to run and focus on core competencies which otherwise wouldn't have happened. So longer temr covid done RR. A huge favour to shake them to push into other boundaries with their unique expertise which can be applied in to many expanding areas/markets £10 in 5 years is actually very realistic if you look at it from my angle DYOR GLA
stockready: Stox Thanks for your interest in my post How my cash i generated is surely personal and don't think anyone's businesses if that is what you referring to as cash cow, yes i am generating a healthy cash every week which will go to here and many of my other successful portfolio i am currently building. My main hold is ATYM and will hold for another 2 years. I am a 3 baggees already and not sold a single share and i wouldn't sell any for next 2 years. Your second question regarding 150 in 8 weeks? Which i actually said in 4 weeks, so i suggest to read my post again to be accurate, and that is based on institutional investors building up position here as this is so undervalue and actually very cheap, road map out of lockdown changed everything and many countries to follow the same path soon, meaning more and more business for RR I do both fundamental and technical chart analysis and for me fundamentals and news is is a main drive chart is just a guide and as we all know not always right as otherwise would have made it so easy. I shared what i know and would do, you do your own research and do as you like but in 2 months time you never ever see these levels again. Covid is something people have to learn to live with, the life will goes on and will be different but business will adopt and make money. That process started now already so sooner you realise that sooner you know how to build a position and grow your money Everything has a risk, life is a risk but good to make a calculated risk and good portions of my money will be invested here. I not a day or week trader i am a long term trader. GLA DYOR IMHO
danb45: strange day ! still value here for new investors IMO
myrmatt: Rolls-Royce shares: Overvalued? As I have noted in the past, this British engineering stalwart owns one of the most respected brands in the world. The group also owns the rights to valuable technology. Both of these facts give the enterprise a strong competitive advantage over its peers. So, from a long-term perspective, I think Rolls has the potential to be a good investment. The problem is, I think the near-term outlook for the business is highly uncertain. The company has only just managed to avoid bankruptcy by asking its investors to provide billions of pounds of support to the group. While the market seemed happy to stump up the money for this cash call, there's no guarantee it'll be enough to get Rolls through the current storm. What's more, the recent performance of Rolls-Royce shares makes it difficult for me to place a value on the business. The stock has outperformed the market during the past few weeks. I don't think it's worth more today than it was a few weeks ago because there's still so much uncertainty about the firm's future. At this point, we don't know if the aviation industry will recover in 2021, 2025 or 2030. Uncertainty prevails All in all, Rolls-Royce shares are shrouded in uncertainty at present, and I'm avoiding the stock as a result. There's a lot of good news already factored in to the share price, I feel.In my opinion, it won't take much for investors to review their positions on the business. Another wave of coronavirus or a significant bankruptcy in the sector may cause investors to rethink their opinions on the stock quickly. That could lead to a short, sharp sell-off. I'd rather sit on the sidelines for now and wait for a better buying opportunity. That's not to say that I'm not excited about the long-term potential for Rolls-Royce shares. 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alexios1201: Rolls-Royce poised to tap investors for £2.5bn at steep discount to current share price to solve funding crisis is poised to tap investors for £2.5billion at a steep discount to the current share price to solve its funding crisis, The Mail on Sunday understands.City sources said it was considering pricing the cash call at £1 per share – 35 per cent below Friday's closing price of £1.54. The hefty discount – which will come as a blow to shareholders of the FTSE100 giant' – would encourage investors to back the aerospace giant which has been bled dry during the coronavirus crisis with planes grounded. Following a story in The Mail on Sunday, Rolls confirmed on Monday it was weighing raising up to £2.5billion through 'a variety of structures including a rights issue and potentially other forms of equity issuance'. The company added that it could also issue debt. Sovereign wealth funds from Kuwait and Singapore are reported to be in talks to take stakes in Rolls as part of the fundraise. Sky News reported on Friday that up to £500million of the £2.5billion has been allocated to sovereign wealth funds. An announcement from Rolls could come as early as this week. A spokesman for the company said: 'We continue to review all funding options to enhance balance sheet resilience and strength. 'No final decisions have been taken as to whether or when to proceed with any such options, the precise amount that may be raised, or any allotment of shares to any investor including any sovereign wealth fund.' 
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