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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Staffline Group Plc LSE:STAF London Ordinary Share GB00B040L800 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -1.41% 35.00 35.00 36.00 36.30 36.30 36.30 54,469 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 942.7 -0.1 1.0 35.0 58

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28/5/2021
18:38
40p these soon,, its a low margin cash cow for the HMRC,,,, LOL ROFL...
gripfit
28/5/2021
12:18
Chrisan101, only in the right hands! This company was effectively bust just a few months ago, and has survived by the skin of it's teeth and passing the hat around again. It's a very thin margin game, and your customers are always wanting lower prices and jump ship whenever it suits them, knowing that they hold the whiphand.

As we have seen in the recent past with STAF that high turnover doesn't mean good profits, since the margins are thin and the taxes very high. It's the agency that is effectively the tax collector for the State. All that income tax, all that NI plus the employers NI, and then add the VAT. I discovered that 64% of my turnover was tax when I built up a 250 person agency. As STAF discovered once you get behind with the tax you can sink very quickly, it's only because they've been indulged by HMRC that this thing still functions.

This business has little or no unique assets in terms of patents, equipment or skills, there is no moat protecting it from a more efficient competitor coming along and taking the business from them. A McJobs with an App could likely emerge with the Amazon bloke behind it, driving down costs for the employers.

By all means try to turn a quick penny or two here, but this isn't imo an actual investment, it has no enduring substance.

lefrene
28/5/2021
11:53
Taken up my options, it's been a great investment for long term gains. Having bought in the 20's. Recruitment industry is a can be a cashcow. Each to their own.
chrisan101
28/5/2021
09:54
The company isn't debt free
smartelly
28/5/2021
09:03
Smelly is still hibernating and suicidal over buying too early last week loooooooool.
smartelly
28/5/2021
08:24
who in the right mind is going to buy for 50p and sell for less?? now the company is debt free??
gripfit
28/5/2021
07:38
You’ll be out at 55p
gripfit
28/5/2021
07:32
This is the floor isnt it biatches!! I have 100k @51p ffs FALL
smartelly
27/5/2021
16:54
I’m not . Hence , leave it for now I reckon
john09
27/5/2021
13:56
Don’t hold your breath
gripfit
27/5/2021
13:10
It’s dead for now . June / July let’s see and or let’s see if they get an RNS out before the deadline for shares
john09
27/5/2021
13:04
John ,, before u fuk off ,, give us your thoughts on dealys thoughts ,,,
gripfit
27/5/2021
12:57
because a) they save 5m per year in interest and b) they are in a better position to win business and c) the fear of a placing is removed.
dealy
27/5/2021
11:54
Thoughts are that its dead this for now I’m not investing any time in it as you can probably tell , busy with other stocks.
john09
27/5/2021
11:52
John ?? Thoughts ??
gripfit
27/5/2021
10:56
Why they worth £1 post funding ???
gripfit
27/5/2021
09:24
Your open offer shares won't be worth 6% more than the sp, by the time they're in issue they will be 50p anyway. You all got shafted so rather than lie to each other, direct your anger at the lord saviour Albert
smartelly
27/5/2021
09:16
Everyone is pumping in the other bb lol but you're O.O shares for 6% gain!? Nonsense, this share price will be 50p anyway when them shares are in issue
smartelly
27/5/2021
08:37
If the shares are worth 100p post fund raising then buying at 50p or 54p make sense
dealy
27/5/2021
08:21
For an immediate 6% gain minus costs? Go for it.
k0sh
27/5/2021
07:22
Not much of an incentive to buy at the offer price ... currently
gripfit
27/5/2021
07:10
Should I take the open offer ...... or can I use the cash elsewhere ?
gripfit
27/5/2021
06:27
if money is needed for the modest open offer allocation it doesn't have to come from selling Staffline shares. It can come from other portfolio adjustments if necessary. It's only 13% being offered
dealy
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