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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sports Direct International Plc LSE:SPD London Ordinary Share GB00B1QH8P22 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 470.00 469.20 469.80 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 3,359.5 77.5 4.6 102.2 2,505

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/8/2019
08:27
Ashley is a loads of money rich guy with his head in full focus on how to make money and be the king of the high street . well done him .
robot ic1
08/8/2019
07:45
pj, "That's not quite right as Ashley's 61% holding is calculated assuming the Treasury shares have already been cancelled as they are non-voting when in Treasury." Just waking up but surely you are wrong the correct holding is as this figure suggests not the penultimate paragraph 51.5% !
debsdowner
08/8/2019
07:40
"Just a thought, if MA/Mash holdings now own 62% of SPD and Mike decides to cancel the 108,000,000 share in treasury/buy back, then suddenly he own 82%+, thought I’d mention it like!" That's not quite right as Ashley's 61% holding is calculated assuming the Treasury shares have already been cancelled as they are non-voting when in Treasury. Taking the numbers from the last Report & Accounts (which havent changed much in the past year) "As at 18 July 2018, there are 640,602,369 ordinary shares of 10p in issue and fully paid, of which 103,633,049 were held in treasury. " At the time, Ashley/Mash Holdings held 330,000 shares So INCLUSING the Treasury shares his holding is 330/640.6 = 51.5% EXCLUDING the Treasury shares = 330 / (640.6-103.6) = 61.4% .
pj0077
08/8/2019
07:40
"Just a thought, if MA/Mash holdings now own 62% of SPD and Mike decides to cancel the 108,000,000 share in treasury/buy back, then suddenly he own 82%+, thought I’d mention it like!" That's not quite right as Ashley's 61% holding is calculated assuming the Treasury shares have already been cancelled as they are non-voting when in Treasury. Taking the numbers from the last Report & Accounts (which havent changed much in the past year) "As at 18 July 2018, there are 640,602,369 ordinary shares of 10p in issue and fully paid, of which 103,633,049 were held in treasury. " At the time, Ashley/Mash Holdings held 330,000 shares So INCLUSING the Treasury shares his holding is 330/640.6 = 51.5% EXCLUDING the Treasury shares = 330 / (640.6-103.6) = 61.4% .
pj0077
07/8/2019
15:04
Its why shorters (off futures) cant touch it
sentimentrules
07/8/2019
14:53
Just a thought, if MA/Mash holdings now own 62% of SPD and Mike decides to cancel the 108,000,000 share in treasury/buy back, then suddenly he own 82%+, thought I'd mention it like!
gbenson1
07/8/2019
14:15
Ho Ho SP numbers going up and post numbers going down
buywell3
07/8/2019
14:09
Wtf is black gold? Obviously not crude
sentimentrules
07/8/2019
13:27
Qantas, SPD HAMMERING UP JUST LIKE WE SAID IT WOULD DO . I HOPE DEBSDOWNER REALISES WE ARE CORRECT AGAIN . TYPING IN BOLD AS THE DAY HAS BEEN KIND TO ME . BLACK GOLD HAMMERING UP.
robot ic1
07/8/2019
11:17
Upward blips, downward spirals when they come imo.
clocktower
07/8/2019
11:01
Let's hope 245 by Friday week. Smart money there pre data. And I think most of them at the data low. Going to be a great Xmas gift because in my analysis they have no intention of offloading 245.
sentimentrules
07/8/2019
09:41
SPD looking great hammering up. Please do your own research as always.
qantas
06/8/2019
17:21
Not a bad reaction day at all. Don't think it mattered if ftse was down .7% our up .7%. This seems a fair day digesting the deal and post report.
sentimentrules
06/8/2019
14:20
Every investor has a different perspective in one stock. Just all depends on buy price.
sentimentrules
06/8/2019
14:12
Well done MA They doubters never saw that one coming
buywell3
06/8/2019
13:57
Yeh I�ve noticed the stock hammering up over the last month from plus 260 Are you for real? .The stock can hardly push through 220 on what some folk mystifyingly perceive as good news.Another attempt to mask the huge problems brewing here by Ashley.At the end if the day ANOTHER retail basket case and liability on the books lol. The gloom just gets larger and more difficult to manage on a seemingly daily basis.
1 hugoboss
06/8/2019
13:23
SPD Shorts doomed to failure hammering up. Please do your own research as always.
qantas
06/8/2019
12:42
Back to 245 by end of next week will sort of confirm it. If it hits 245p by then reflect on the masterful play of being at 245p and lower pre report. The timing of the news where it gapped down a price most bailed at on the day 're December 18 lows. The discount the shares were picked up for. It was brilliant. Of course only theory until fruition re 245 again
sentimentrules
06/8/2019
12:36
Don't forget the other positive PJ City are backing it. But just imo of course
sentimentrules
06/8/2019
12:31
It will be facinating to see how Ashley fares in HoF this Christmas. Will HoF be running a big TV ad campaign I wonder? Watch out Jonny Lewis!
ltcm1
06/8/2019
12:26
There's a lot of moving parts to SPD at the moment: NEGATIVES * the CFO has been fired * the auditor Grant Thornton has tendered it's resignation * the Belgian tax authorities are seeking a payment of Eur674million POSITIVES * the Jack Wills acquistion Difficult one to call...
pj0077
06/8/2019
12:04
In fairness you guys are going to be a much sharper tool in the box than me on company specifics. I trade 1000's of shares... well look for value in them anyway. And monitor global sectors. Haven't time to be a company expert. But as far as money goes, this one is top of many a credible hit list for the rest of the year. And therein is the dilemma. Whatever you think, fighting the money is a bad idea. I love to short more than any. I think a short here is a 90% risk compared to buy on current flows. Sure will be volatile though lol
sentimentrules
06/8/2019
11:23
Mike Ashley is the man with a plan.
robot ic1
06/8/2019
11:20
Since 1999 more than half of the ftse companies listed then, fell off the index to 2015. Then you always have the likes of Lloyds down circa 85% since 1999 etc. BT and Vodafone were truly massive back then. 11 banks on the index 1999. 5 now. That's ceo management for you in context. MA ain't doing a bad job
sentimentrules
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