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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Shoe Zone Plc SHOE London Ordinary Share GB00BLTVCF91 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-1.00 -1.31% 75.50 14:18:34
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
76.50 75.50 76.50 75.50 76.50
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DateSubject
12/3/2021
02:22
antonagis: Like most actual investors I make both positive and negative remarks. Not sure why GLAVEY is floating about the share chats since it's only 100% negative comments posted for many years it seems. His time would be put to better use gaining some meaningful employment. It's pretty clear from the 100% of negative comments that he is a very bitter individual. I'm guessing poor investments have left him in a jealous rage judging by the mostly baseless comments? It does keep me entertained on occasion.
11/3/2021
10:07
netcurtains: Clocktower: A rights issue is often welcomed by small investors aka Rolls Royce. It gives you opportunity to buy ultra cheap shares in a company that probably will make good profits and give a dividend.... So that is a good thing not a bad thing. Rights issues are only bad if they are used to prop up failure. ShoeZone has a massive long history of success. And directors are the owners too.
10/3/2021
18:06
antonagis: A round of applause for that sensible comment. This is currently under the radar of so many. A sleeping giant in terms of investor value IMO.
10/3/2021
16:44
fjgooner: Well spotted Glavey - that is seriously bad news for any clever investors looking for returns any time soon. "We do not expect profits will return to pre COVID-19 levels for the foreseeable future. Lockdown in November and January to mid-April so far in this financial year makes a return to profit extremely unlikely until the financial period ending on 2 October 2022 at the earliest."
10/3/2021
11:12
netcurtains: Excuse me mr Gooner - those figures look quite good. Are you saying normal year (2019) we can expect +11.4p earnings per share and cash balances of GBP11.4m Sounds good. ShoeZone say back in profit in 9 months so Normal profit years not that far away (although profit will not be used for dividends for a while - but then no one here is really a dividend investor).
05/3/2021
09:12
netcurtains: zangdook: Excellent point zangdook! However dividend investors have a much smaller pool of companies to invest in now. So the baton has been past to recovery with a much later dividend type of stocks. shoeZone definitely is a good potential recovery play. But if you dont see it, then there are others. Good luck to you. I see shoeZone zooming once the bad news is out of the way!
05/3/2021
08:27
glavey: [640] I get the feeling that you are in a mischievous frame of mind of late. The OBR inferred precisely nothing about the price of Shoe Zone shares. You may chose to imply otherwise, but it's simply not sensible to link the two. Regardless, the OBR is a forecast for at least 15 months down the line, the accuracy probably not determinable for 18 months or more. It was also reported that "The OBR still expects that in five years' time, because of coronavirus, our economy will be 3% smaller than it would have been". I've no doubt that you will continue to write more promotional posts over the day(s) but really you made your point quite a time back and they are now becoming tedious. Yes, we get it - it's a recovery stock. But it's not nice to try to suck less experienced investors in by dangling a £1.80 carrot as though it's a likely outcome once kids return to school and shoe shops re-open, when the objective is to feather your own nest.
19/2/2021
14:20
clocktower: netcurtains - I moved some of my retail investment to MTC as I expect it will bounce more than most, as the lockdown baby boom starts. Bouncing Babies put a smile on investors faces and all the new Mums will be buying not only online but through the retailers they are now aligned with - none so great as Boots - all those new prams being rolled out in Easter with Bunny Bumps! :-)
11/2/2021
14:19
boonkoh: And if you go back further, no RNS in March/April last year to update investors what they were doing about COVID. Unless it was hidden in the RNS about cancelling dividends?Why trust these numpties to deliver a return for your money in their shares?
11/2/2021
14:16
boonkoh: Bargepole for me, based on how management treat shareholders.Releasing a trading update at 11am instead of usual 7am.Hiding a profit warning with a "results date" title.Cherry picking numbers to show. "net cash" - > they have the numbers just tell investors.Previously using RNS to not say anything useful to investors but to launch a diatribe on business rates at the govt.
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