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Rolls-royce Holdings Plc LSE:RR. London Ordinary Share GB00B63H8491 ORD SHS 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.40 -3.93% 107.52 107.72 107.74 112.20 106.70 112.04 54,499,989 16:35:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 11,824.0 -2,910.0 -53.0 - 8,997

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26/3/2021
16:28
Stock, Sars Cov 2 (aka Covid 19), is a close cousin (circa 78% origin) to the original Sars virus. That was in 2003 and since 2004 there have been no reported cases of it. It’d be great – both for humanity and RR. – if Sars Cov 2 were to disappear in a similar fashion; it probably would have done if we had simply let it take its natural course. However, years were spent trying to develop a vaccine for (the original) Sars. The end result for the animals that received the vaccine that had been developed was not good (to put it mildly). Throwing billions at something may well yield better results. However, the main issue here is not money but time; trials and errors. This appears to have been partially side-tracked by the narrowness of what was deemed to be ‘effectiveR17;; ie as per the piece in the previous post, the sole aim for the vaccines appears to have been its ability to reduce typical symptoms. Alas, not seemingly preventing infection, preventing transmission or preventing serious illness / death. Vaccines take, on average, 29 years for a reason. This lot took less than a year, hence, many being cautious.
mcmather
26/3/2021
14:57
I am a bit divided on the chances of a meaningful travel recovery this summer, but feel the pressure is currently to the downside. In the past weeks I have sold 70% of my travel holdings as a reflection of that, on the expectation of buying back lower, after there is more clarity on matters. Travel will recover at some point - the key question is when? RR's prospects are absolutely a function of a recovery in air travel. I do understand that the public, businesses and industry are desperate to fly and governments are keen to make that happen; and the socio-economic impact of that is enormous. However, there are overwhelming safety challenges in the way of that - which also have a socio-economic impact - such as new COVID variants, slow vaccine roll outs, politics, vaccine nationalism and shortages, hesitancy and confusion among public, and so on. These factors are too great be ignored - and may take some time to resolve, particularly as the EU members can't seem to agree on matters. Given that the EU has vaccinated only 6.7% of its population so far, I feel that the idea of millions of tourists flying across the EU and holidaying in foreign countries this summer is a bit optimistic, in particular as COVID cases are currently on the rise. In order to reach that point of meaningful travel, the challenges that are holding things up now need to be resolved - and fast, and I am looking and waiting for definitive signals of that. Long-term, I think RR will be fine, so long as there is summer air travel, otherwise it will suffer cash problems in Q4 2021, though I suppose there are mechanisms to address these, if necessary.
1krl
26/3/2021
14:20
Summer holidays across Europe are pretty much gone. Look at prices for UK holidys and I bet internal holidays are similar in Europe. Business travel will remain down this year so for me recovery is delayed until 2022 now. As for the general mkts the USA is massively over valued as the FED pump trillions in, but inflation is flying now and the FED will have serious problems soon
dope007
26/3/2021
14:08
Dop Thanks mate Where and how you concluded the knock back for 6 months! I think you miss read the news if that is the one i am thinking If we are still saying back to no restrictions by end of July and that is not changed where is this 6 months you referring to?
stockready
26/3/2021
13:22
hxxps://news.sky.com/story/spanish-aerospace-group-aciturri-plots-1-5bn-bid-for-rolls-royce-wing-itp-aero-12257260
nemesis6
26/3/2021
11:51
Thank you for your very formative and helpful input all of which I agree with.
dbensimon
26/3/2021
10:41
The recovery has just been knocked back 6 months stockready. That alone is an issue at the current stock price based on their forcasts for 2021. I agree long term on rolls Royce but there are definate short term hurdles in a very richly priced USA stock market and any correction there will hit the FTSE
dope007
26/3/2021
09:42
Asa Thanks for sharing the clip But the guy in the youtube said nothing new not sure what he advised really? No chart analysis either. We all know airlines stocks are cheap but better advice would be for him to say where is the bottom he thinks and why and what are the headwinds/good news and how they affect the share price and why. He is missing that part only little bit he said on that topic. But he seem bullish which that is what i also saying here Thanks mate GL
stockready
26/3/2021
08:30
Goes up to 1.20 comes back to 1.06 goes up to 1.21 comes back to 1.05 goes up to 1.28 back to 1.00 ????
josh 32
26/3/2021
07:43
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4QpG9BThhk
asadme
26/3/2021
00:29
Pallys Thanks for your post, All of what you said is already in the price. Not sure the third wave will be as high nor as long as it would have a impact on travels (number of reasons behind that) beside remember US and UK and far east already doing well on vaccine side which will boost their economy and TRAVEL and reduce the impact of third wave. So third wave even if it happen doesn't bring the whole world traveling business to standstill US, Australia, China (perhaps UK joing soon) already working out travel plans European will catch up sooner than you might think and that would be a game changer as the majority of trevel to and from will be initiated from Europe So overal i say good prospects ahead and don't forget many short flights will start just internally and within europe ....in US that is huge, RR. IS NOT all about engine and travelling i think you soon start seeing announcements on new areas they are getting involve and with huge potentials those business will start and current climates have no impacts on them. Regarding your point of people don't understand the balance sheet and just acting base on guts feeling i disagree completely. This is not true for me and also many invested here I am doing investment successfully in the past 25 years and i never get to any stock without understanding balance sheet and fundamentals behind it, impartial analysts views (also bears and bulls views) and also know my targets of getting out which i am here for longer term rewards and not worry about what is happening right now (i look at 3 years +) I also many serious investors are also follow the same here Base on above and my other posts regarding the vaccines i truly don't believe any further dilution will happen here and expect news in other front. This company is the world best engineering, iconic, and highly skilled company with unique expertise in many areas (not just airplane engine) it will never go down. IMHO GLA
stockready
25/3/2021
23:35
Mcm Thanks for posting an interesting article You said Stock, this is bobbins; "As i told you all before, goverment knows so well vaccine is so effective they just don't want to admit it yet". On average, vaccines take circa 29yrs to develop. This one took less than 10 months. There is a reason for this; have a read of this: hTtps://www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4037 My answer is simple....20 years development of vaccine was when govements around the world were NOT throwing billions of dollars to the researchers (not millions truly billions) that is what accelerated the efforts 20 times pluse the science being at its best with doing loads of new things which even 3 years ago was a dream and unimaginable to be done. So the reasons for such a quick ramp up are huge fundings, of governments, scientific innovation, computer power, advances in microbiology. This is the scientific celebration that humanbeing should be proud of for centuries to come. There is absolutely nothing wrong with this fast turnaround if you understand why and how it happened and factors behind it. I believe GSK vaccine will give the world a very pleasant unexpected gifts (two infact) when they come out and that will be a game changer just wait another 3/4 months it is coming they may come later then others but it will be the best one in the market (not one of the best). UK ordered 100 millions from them, have you asked why? Also their antiviral new drug works like no others in the market. You see and hear more from them soon I hope i covered your point above and thanks for sharing you actually had a good points but if you dig deeper you will find the answers. All of these excellent news for RR. All the best GL IMHO
stockready
25/3/2021
23:02
Dope Recovering is not slowing down at all IMHO if anything they are accelerating and goverment are finding ways around opening the economy/travelling by introducing a vaccine passport and loads more on vaccine and testing front RR will come out of this strong and i can assure you it will be compensated by surge of other business opportunities once the wheels are strat turning I said before and say it again goverment does not want to admit the excellent success/protection of vaccine against new varient they want to keep this fear in air for people to keep their guards up but soon once the number of infections disappear then they start to tell us the truth that protection is very high indeed. To me the fact that they are sticking with june complete removal of restrictions is a huge success as more time passes more people get vaccinated so you soon realise the effectiveness of these vaccines even with first dose. I am truly optimistic about the prospect of RR Remember more times pass more vaccines are being produced and European will take their acts together far sooner than we all think. Also a booster jab is on the way by October 2021. Also please watch question tonight time Some people raised my exact point above. Basically they said scaring people that vaccine doesn't work again new variant is politically motivated and i believe that.
stockready
25/3/2021
20:29
The problem with the 3rd wave is that RR hadn't forecast it and therefore they will burn through more cash. I was laughed at a year ago when saying there will be a share dilution here. Well guess what - I predict shareholders will be diluted again. People here are buying through gut instinct but got no idea how to read a balance sheet. RR were struggling to turn a profit pre-covid. Covid has finished it off, its just playing out in slow motion. Good luck to those holding, you have balls of steel, much better market opportunities out there.
pallys
25/3/2021
16:54
Also topped up today, the US is getting rather busy aviation wise and so are the flight training centres.
1bonanza
25/3/2021
16:39
1kr You are right mate Not worth my time with this cluleless dummy RR. hold so well today and i am happy with my cheeky top up Will add more if goes further down GL
stockready
25/3/2021
14:58
Agreed zaxarobal. I think the equivalent price prior to the shutdown was around £1.64. Potentially more efficient now with the reduced number of staff, and planes are still flying – have a look at apps such as Flightradar24; Emirates, for example, are back flying out of Mcr.
mcmather
25/3/2021
14:51
stockready...No problem, mate. There is nothing worth reading in some of these posts - so you are better off ignore them. If they can't even explain their numbers or their opinions, then you don't have to pay attention to anything else they write. That would be a misguided waste of your time. :-)Hang in there....
1krl
25/3/2021
14:46
Rolls Royce was greatly impacted from the COVID so it can certainly be considered a recovery stock and should go back up to £1.50-2.50 price range in the medium term.
zaxarobal
25/3/2021
14:36
Stock, this is bobbins; "As i told you all before, goverment knows so well vaccine is so effective they just don't want to admit it yet". On average, vaccines take circa 29yrs to develop. This one took less than 10 months. There is a reason for this; have a read of this: hTtps://www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4037
mcmather
25/3/2021
14:34
1k Thanks mate I thought so But still was curious to see what other garbage comes out of this clueless clowns Still no reply ! lol RR. Looking good with latest news
stockready
25/3/2021
14:10
I asked already about the 48p - no explanation. It is just puerile garbage. Ignore it.
1krl
25/3/2021
14:04
Clueless man Why 48p? While you are at it make it 38p Why not? lol You don't have a slightest clue mate with these garbage you are spouting out
stockready
25/3/2021
14:03
News starting to sink in This will reverse from here IMHO
stockready
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