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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rps Group Plc LSE:RPS London Ordinary Share GB0007594764 ORD 3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -1.89% 78.00 77.10 79.00 78.60 76.40 77.00 230,630 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 612.6 4.8 -0.6 - 216

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/1/2021
07:51
Fast money - where's the juice? Slow money - steady as she goes.
simon gordon
20/1/2021
07:28
Still no dividend
scars
20/1/2021
07:24
underwhelming tu
az4hr
07/1/2021
12:40
uppppppppppppp!
hardupfedup
04/1/2021
08:49
Found it very hard to buy this morning no stock ?
hardupfedup
24/12/2020
09:39
"the stock market is a device for transferring money from the impatient to the patient"
norbert colon
24/12/2020
09:22
That's a bad price you got there.
wigwammer
21/12/2020
10:52
And I'm out. Plungeville out there. Been cautioning on the wider market in recent messages with de-risking and increasing stops. This type of move was always on the horizon in some shape or form in the near term. It's not the one that will topple the whole thing, and at best it's a warning of what lies ahead, in terms of a sustained correction when the US really does correct some of the short term overbought hysteria. Let's see how far it goes. All imo
sphere25
18/12/2020
00:21
Regarding the shorter that goes by the name of SANKS. All private investors Ignore this shorter. All she posts is negativity. If she is waiting for 24p she’s obviously got it confused with some other company
antonagis
16/12/2020
09:22
Bought some back here as a short term play. Price has corrected around that 20% mark off recent highs, which is healthy. We clearly can't say the same for the wider market in any shape or form - the melt up continues. A few bigger buyers on the book currently at 66.5p so perhaps a sign of some support and close to the correction being over. All imo
sphere25
14/12/2020
09:31
I bought back this morning the ones I sold last week. I'm not a trader and would never claim to be any good but I've now got 10% more shares than last week. Spoke with my RPS friend last week - he says that they thought the recent takeover of their rival was overpriced. Was aware that the same could happen to them, and said Brexit may affect their Irish office but would have little impact in the UK. Again I would stress that whilst he has quite a senior role within his region he's doesn't get the whole picture.
dr biotech
13/12/2020
21:41
Option 3 it is!
scars
11/12/2020
15:58
My bird Sheila told me not to put my nob on the table..she said this ones on a drip, hence my buy order at 24p Hope this helps
sanks
11/12/2020
10:08
Very glad I took profits at 80, Brexit is going to play havoc today and Monday depending on the outcome. Option 1 No Deal big downer IMO Option 2 Deal Big Up IMO OPTION 3 Delay, (You never know!!!) probably a down as well!
scars
11/12/2020
09:42
I feel more comfortable out than in at the moment, not specifically here but the market in general. No deal brexit will IMO be disruptive and I’m half expecting lockdown 3 in jan after a boozy Xmas. Late jan may be the time to get in. Always easier to sell your winners than your losers. I’ve bailed out of GSK and Reach today as well, the former at a small loss, the latter at a marginal gain. I’ve had a pretty average year investment wise. Was down heavily in feb/mar and recovered it all in Nov. I don’t want to throw that away.
dr biotech
11/12/2020
09:27
You do know shares move both up and down right? Leave the emotions at the door
mikeh30
11/12/2020
08:16
Exited this morning taking a short term 17% gain. If there is a no deal Brexit on Monday then RPS could be hit by the negative sentiment. If not, there will be opportunities to re-enter at a good price.
masurenguy
10/12/2020
16:15
I thought it was just those stocks that have had a good run lately that got hit but MCRO didn't bat an eyelid, so that theory doesn't fly. Weird. Very patchy. Something similar happened ten days ago with the MCSI index being rejigged or some such, but that all happened in or near the closing auctions.
cassini
10/12/2020
15:18
Unsure how much this is Brexit jitters related, because the whole market isn't showing moves that suggest that is the main issue, possibly some jitters and then some folk getting nervous in shares that had got into very overbought territory. It only takes a few larger holders to flinch and then the excesses and froth unwind in the short term. In something less liquid like RPS, it wouldn't even take that. Not suggesting this can't bounce with others and come back. However, when a more sustained sell off does happen, it is normally a cascade of stops being hit and leverage forced sellers amongst normal sellers. Hopefully the US comes back and it's nothing more than a more gradual sell off rather than panic...hopefully. It has been an amazing run, no complaints. If stops get hit, they get hit. Viewing the short term with caution because there are some flashing red signals not just the overbought technical positions, fund managers equity exposure, the excessive IPO's and fund managers coming on business channels with highly bullish views (can be a contrarian indicator), but even moves in crypto. Bit coin is being ramped to the high heavens! You even see it on non-financial sites and it does make you wonder whether it is a sign to exercise some caution in the near term. The market makes fools out of all of us and guessing where the tops and bottoms are is impossible so this bullish burst could keep stretching alot higher, but I'd rather be prepared and preparing for a pullback than waking up to one, having to panic sell and unwind things. If the reliability of broker platforms of late is anything to go by, exercising more caution on short term moves is even more sensible imo. As per always, this is just an opinion. It could be grossly flawed. Form your own views. DYOR
sphere25
10/12/2020
14:53
All uk focused stocks getting hammered today, or at least the ones I have. My stop loss got triggered around 74p and sold half. Not too shabby given my buy in was 37, I’ll hold the rest longer term Think a few others may trigger soon too. I’m back to 40% cash now, which isn’t really what I intended a few weeks back
dr biotech
10/12/2020
14:21
Looks to do with the stalled Brexit talks - plenty of other stocks getting nailed out there - MARS for instance.
cassini
10/12/2020
14:09
fair points Sphere looks v. odd, as though a large line of stock was shown to the MMs IMO....if they can fill it, maybe it will bounce, let's see DYOR
qs99
10/12/2020
14:08
Price off 13%. Can see the benefit of stops now. I'll be looking for a re-entry but there are a few more of these plunges beginning to happen. COST,CRST,SAGA,MCL, FORT even much loved TRN owned by stubborn fund managers who are happy to drive it bonkers valuations has been falling recently. It's expected with the way the prices have shot higher into overbought territory. Just hope the US comes back to correct some of the froth and excess, even have almost euphoria type behaviour in IPO's with DoorDash on a bonkers valuation despite being loss making. If the US keeps popping higher into some excessive euphoria, the plunge back down will be far more ferocious and nasty. Prepare for all scenarios is my penny's worth, but not chasing this market beyond quick trades. All imo DYOR
sphere25
10/12/2020
14:04
How can it drop so much on no news
az4hr
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