Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Saga Plc LSE:SAGA London Ordinary Share GB00BLT1Y088 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +6.08p +14.17% 48.98p 48.70p 49.08p 49.44p 43.82p 44.60p 14,890,293 16:18:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 841.5 -162.0 -14.5 - 550.00

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19/6/2019
11:27
So what does it equate to ?
gripfit
19/6/2019
11:26
And ,,,,,,
gripfit
19/6/2019
11:25
One more time - it's not market cap you should be looking at, it is enterprise value. And the relative size of equity to forward debt, the two components of that enterprise value.
imastu pidgitaswell
19/6/2019
11:20
For a company that last issued guidance of c£100m...what sort of market cap should it be?
dr biotech
19/6/2019
11:13
Mkt cap still £365 mill😳㈸3;😳
gripfit
19/6/2019
11:11
Keeps bouncing ,,, sucking a few more mug punters in
gripfit
19/6/2019
10:36
Step back into the fray Roger De Haan and buy it back at 25% of what you sold it for. HBR
hairballradical
19/6/2019
10:29
This is where the SETSMM system is grossly skewed There has been a long stream of sizeable OB trades above 33p which all look like retail buys, then 2 small AT trades come along and the bid is dumped by .5 in no time I think SAGAs days are numbered....the brand is worth more than this, but I think the insurance and travel arms will be taken out separately, if only for access to the customer book
nav_mike
19/6/2019
10:22
Sorry about that skinny. Doesn't always work of course. I am also trying to catch fewer knives as I've lost quite a few fingers that way. I've made 20% on kier over the last couple of days, but that was just a gamble with an SB.
dr biotech
19/6/2019
10:12
11M shares traded in just 2 hours. 2x daily volume already. Tracker funds still selling. 2 days left.
justiceforthemany
19/6/2019
10:06
Dr Biotech - I used that approach recently with IMB (3 days) - rather unsuccessfully!
skinny
19/6/2019
10:04
Very good to be disciplined, Dr Biotech. My small purchase at 31.98 seemed a good entry point (#2232). We will see.
erogenous jones
19/6/2019
10:01
I'm still looking at these. My 3 consecutive days without a fall rule hasn't been met though. New ships will add capacity and revenue and its seems that the load factor will be reasonable looking at the forward numbers sold. I've seen multiple companies now mention Brexit as a reason/excuse for poor performance. How long will it be before we get any say its a reason for better than expected performance? I'm guessing never. But thats a discussion for another board. Will stay out for now, falling knives and all that. However I think in 12months this current price will have been seen as an opportunity.
dr biotech
19/6/2019
09:56
Find it rather incredible that there are supposedly no shorts over 0.5% in this, and hasnt been since April
nav_mike
19/6/2019
09:52
further to earlier post, have added a few more today, gently dripping cash in as generated from dividends from other holdings.
erogenous jones
19/6/2019
09:51
wskill, "Saga have run 2 x cruise ships for many years the old vessels were not fuel efficient the new ones are ,with the replacement of these vessels the cruise offering this year will be only a little higher that the past the new ship has been 86% filled this next year to July 2020." I posted maybe a week ago, the Numis analyst's wariness how "cruise capacity is rising 80%, we have concerns they will be able to fill this", obviously the timescale is crucial to that figure but valuation is forward looking. Numis were also wary about traction on the insurance side, in a competitive market, until there's more evidence. The stock has fallen from 40p+ since then and the AGM update broadly affirmed these concerns, in a challenging/competitive UK consumer environment for insurance & travel.
edmondj
19/6/2019
09:50
L2 switching here IMO. Bounce is coming.
gregpeck7
19/6/2019
09:50
It is. But I don't understand the mindset of everyone looking for affirmation of their belief in it and its valuation, rather than the more obvious possibility that they just have it wrong, or that they are missing something. I mentioned last week about the consideration of the enterprise value, i.e. debt + equity, which is £1,000m (going forward, when the new ships are taken on) plus (currently) £300m = £1,300m. That is the value that anyone looking at this, maybe with a view to a takeover, would be considering. The change in equity, while dramatic in headline percentage terms, is not that dramatic in enterprise value terms. These new ships and their associated debt do not add to profitability. They are simply a renewal of an existing income stream - which now has to be paid for. They have been living off the old ships for a few years without the associated debt and repayment commitments. OK, they may be a little more profitable before debt costs as they are more efficient, but when you add in the debt servicing costs, they are (probably, who knows?) less profitable than the old ships. And that's without any consideration of the overpriced and declining insurance business. But, no, I am getting it all wrong, as the responder to last week's post indicted. When the shares were 25% higher.
imastu pidgitaswell
19/6/2019
09:49
Hardly surprising the over 50s are not booking Rolls Royce cruises on The Spirit of Adventure; we are braving ourselves for being squeezed by Corbyn and McStalin when they seize power come the autumn
stewart64
19/6/2019
09:48
These falls are just sickening. The days of investing are long gone. Hedge funds and their algo bots are to blame for that. The slightest sniff of a company struggling and boom they hit the share price down into the gutter.... Thomas Cook hit 8p then doubled in the days / weeks after. I am hoping for some kind of takeover speculation here for me to exit this nightmare of an investment.
american idiot
19/6/2019
09:41
My gut instinct feels as though this could drop 20% today. (down 15% ) Very sad indeed
boraki
19/6/2019
09:38
Yiiikkkeeess, where is the bottom to this share? 31.7p
boraki
19/6/2019
09:21
Agreed, also took some this morning.
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