Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Utilitywise LSE:UTW London Ordinary Share GB00B6WVD707 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25p -0.34% 72.75p 72.75p 73.25p 78.75p 72.25p 74.75p 259,346 12:04:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 84.4 18.4 20.5 3.5 57.10

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/8/2017
17:04
Not today he won't be.... Too busy waiting for his call back from PFG... "this number is busy at the moment, please dial 5 for ring back"
eipgam
22/8/2017
16:54
You guessing Opodio ?
bennywin
22/8/2017
16:03
WOODFORD FILLING HIS SIZE 10 BOOTS
opodio
22/8/2017
16:01
DOUBLE YA MONEYZ
opodio
22/8/2017
10:43
If you like this sector then Inspired Energy is worth a look. Results out today and no stink hanging over them like there is with Utilitywise!
mmc71
22/8/2017
09:45
Trading statement on 24th - rising into this date a positive sign.
touche
21/8/2017
22:48
There used to be a west london cable co. called Videotron - in the early days they just wanted hard sales because the cost of getting it in the ground was so high - so they had a hard salesforce on pretty much commision only - many working 7 days a week - no credit checks - cash payments - climbing in & out of the squat windows - nothing was out of bounds - and the guys made good money for the 80s (50K-60K plus) - it was a time to work hard & play hard - buy your first porsche etc. Eventually, as it always does, the good times came to an end, most of the cable was in, most the punters had heard the pitch, and the credit control was awful. So it was time to move over to big business practices. A more sensible sales force was brought in with a salary, credit checking, lot more conventional advertising, resales, retention etc. They did just fine & were finally bought out by Virgin. It's just the natural cycle of things.
luckymouse
21/8/2017
22:33
Luckymouse, NurdinIt was a tongue in cheek answer for a company whose energy consultant attrition rate was 25% in H1 17 and 39% in H1 16. Anyway you guys seem happy enough to be invested here so good luck.
cockerhoop
21/8/2017
22:16
FF,Yes I'd read that, but imo it's far from emphatic. Anyway time will tell. Good luck with your investment.
cockerhoop
21/8/2017
17:58
v empathically put 😇
luckymouse
21/8/2017
16:35
And the potential European market for UTW should not be overlooked by investors IMO. I am banking one the shortfalls being overshadowed by rapid European growth, and would anticipate that the European business will be far less likely to have inherited many of the problems the UK side of the business has suffered from. There were bound to be errors made when UTW grew so quickly and I think they will learnt from their mistakes. On that basis, the European business (which is younger), should be less prone to suffering from any similar problems .
bennywin
21/8/2017
16:26
yes bennywin..they are for the European expansion
nurdin
21/8/2017
16:21
And this one also suggests the positions are extra rather than replacements. See tweet at the top. twitter.com/AdrienneMcFar15
bennywin
21/8/2017
16:21
Thank you Lucky...saved me the trouble ! Good answer
nurdin
21/8/2017
16:18
Says European expansion to me ! https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=1OJfBRJQFBk
bennywin
21/8/2017
15:42
Nurdin,They have to recruit heavily............to replace the staff leaving!
cockerhoop
21/8/2017
15:10
free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
luckymouse
20/8/2017
13:10
Tks - im not trying to knock the co - the v low pe & pq ratios certainly imply a large discount - and a catalyst or derisk event cld provide the trigger needed for a reversion to mean - so its prob a fair punt. Technically it came back to the ipo prc - a likely buy zone too. Apart from the over discounting & prior -ve mom I was struggling to see/isolate the hi recvs etc for my advfn screens? They aren't especially separated in the cur assets. Looking at the debtors line in the balance sheet does reveal something tho: Debtors (last 4 reporting yrs) FEVR: ----- 12.48% 19.70% 25.72% (teens rising to mid 20s) BUR: 16.57% 17.85% 14.33% 11.63% (mid teens) BOO: 13.87% 4.55%. 6.64%. 8.69% (single digits) KWS: 12.91% 28.53% 25.08% 22.41% (mid 20s) UTW: 30.40% 39.43% 43.67% 19.14% (notably over 30-40% BUT dropping to late teens) So on that simple metric - you cld say UTW has derisked If you throw in the buy zone technicals, discount, new acc standard, the old man stepping back, upgrades from bkrs etc etc - there prob is a nice RTM trade here.
luckymouse
20/8/2017
11:33
Appear to be recruiting heavily... https://www.utilitywise.com/careers/
nurdin
19/8/2017
13:57
I didn't use advfn metrics though so can't comment on the comparisons.
cockerhoop
19/8/2017
07:17
Gap up to 80p Monday/early next week?
tsmith2
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