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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Victoria Plc LSE:VCP London Ordinary Share GB00BZC0LC10 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 880.00 870.00 890.00 880.00 875.00 880.00 33,001 09:23:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 574.4 -3.7 -6.4 - 1,100

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/4/2021
16:45
I believe this has some way to go but I understand people's reservations.Not trying to ramp and I know I have tipped it before- CEY , pay a great divi , no debt and in the present world situation Gold is looking good DYOR
rotrader
07/4/2021
16:30
Looks like a pretty big profit for 6 months, which may well be a good enough reason to sell. I probably should do the same, having held for many years under the old regime. I have a similar gut feeling to you (Wilding certainly knows how to screw a good deal for himself) but am very bad at selling and never know how to time a jump. Also I'd then be faced with the decision as to where to put the money and I really haven't a clue. Things are so strange a.t.m. With Covid, algorithms and shorters, I feel I can't win. Maybe I'll sell half or maybe I'll sit on my hands and get taken over for peanuts by Wilding and colleagues.
bouleversee
07/4/2021
15:37
Well I have exited today. Mr Wilding appears to have done a good job. I regard my purchase as a mistake though and so I'm happy to exit with a small profit after where it was 6 months ago. I sold because something doesn't quite feel right with Mr Wilding and his Buffett imitation. Key thing here is whether management can be trusted. I am not sure either way, so I shouldn't have purchased in the first place. Firstly its too leveraged for my liking, secondly the returns are questionable given all the below the line charges and thirdly, I am not sure of whether they can be trusted. Anyway, I will be interested to see how things go. I am probably being over cautious, but happy to exit a mistake at a very small profit. The spread is pretty awful. Good luck!
topvest
04/4/2021
19:07
The Sunday Times today on the house market: "March was the busiest month for a decade. More sales were agreed on March 23 than on any other day in the past ten years, according to the property website Rightmove. A day later, a record 9.1 million people clicked on to the property portal, an average of 6,300 visits every minute." With house sales a key leading indicator of carpet sales...
quest2011
27/3/2021
17:53
Think so, at least. Loads of scenarios going on here, but I have a feeling us minority shareholders won't be here next year. It doesn't suit Geoff Wilding,s plans, he stated 5 years ago that he wasn't in it for the long term.He must be getting bored now.Anyway well done Mr Wilding ,sort out Abingdon's bad quality and the idiot finance bloke at Victoria Carpets (If he's still there) and it's onwards and upwards.
rotrader
26/3/2021
17:40
push to £10 now
castleford tiger
26/3/2021
17:03
Bit of luck there on my part. Quite a big spread on the Bed & ISA but the rise has sorted that out and more.If it continues of course ;-)
rotrader
26/3/2021
16:50
Aha, breakout!
bigbigdave
26/3/2021
12:47
Don't worry about the technicalities,There will be another acquisition soon, could be another carpet manufacturer to help Abingdon carpets out ( better quality)
rotrader
26/3/2021
12:42
Get them in this years ISA.Just done the bed&Isa. It's only going one way when the Covid restrictions are eased
rotrader
24/3/2021
14:24
I wish I knew. Haven't a clue, just a niggling feeling in my stomach that I will get squeezed out somehow.
bouleversee
24/3/2021
14:06
Anyone know what's going on with financing and what the Post Stabilisation notice means? Help please!
tigletpiglet
17/3/2021
15:25
Small Company Sharewatch @SCSWSharewatch ยท 38m I'm feeling playful. 🤪😜Just when you thought it couldn't get better- those who like crosswords, ceo(a GP3 co)which is a London terminal, a type of cake, a girl's name, told me "you don't think I'm stupid do you? I have this big pile of cash & an eps enhancing deal is coming.."
bigbigdave
09/3/2021
20:11
Well the refinance has been a fantastic success. Funding secured long-term at a super low rate and flush with cash to do the big deals. Deals will be announced next I guess. It's looking good if they can land some half decent deals.
topvest
27/2/2021
21:12
Yes, unbelievable demand being x7 over-subscribed - a fantastic deal at 3.6%. It just shows what a nonsense the discount rate is that they use in the annual report for impairment reviews, which from memory is way over 10%. The company is largely debt funded and so the cost of capital is way below 10% if they can borrow at 3.6%! Anyway, a real vote of confidence. I think the acquisitions will be within a month or so. There is obvious high demand for spending on the home, as lockdowns end, and so they will want to push the button pretty quickly in my view. I suspect that some of the acquisitions are lined-up already and funding was the issue. Not any longer!
topvest
25/2/2021
11:25
Topvest - you are a bit of a pessimist - they have raised the full Euro500m today at interest of 3.625%. Offer was 7 x oversubscribed and raises enough to repay all of the bond due to be repaid in 2024 which had a higher interest attached to it. This should give them all they need to finance the acquisitions they plan to make soon. Just not sure when that will be.
longterm56
23/2/2021
15:48
Well today's bond issuance announcements will take a week or two to close, but undoubtedly give Victoria the firepower for the acquisitions. I suspect we will get an acquisition later in March / April at a guess. £120m EBITDA is pretty impressive given lockdowns. Its all looking very good short-term. I will stick with it for now.
topvest
23/2/2021
14:32
Could be a American Carpet manufacturing company or may be consolidate the rest of small UK manufacturing. Brockways , Adams Etc.All guess work on my part but correct on some of the past ones.Kidderminster carpet company's would fit in well with the midland distribution hub being so close, and in my opinion Kidderminster have always produced superior quality Carpets than Abingdon (Wales)
rotrader
23/2/2021
07:57
Record profits confirmed in today's trading update: £120 million EBITDA for 12 months ending December despite the lockdowns. Topvest, you might be right (post 1570): VCP has also announced a bond issue for €350 million to pay for a "near-term" acquisition. Given the amount, it looks like a biggie!
quest2011
19/2/2021
21:26
They will presumably want to time the big acquisition to coincide with lockdowns ending. I do suspect that the long awaited deal is closing in: next month maybe?
topvest
02/2/2021
08:34
And we are off 4 bagger since the 180 madness in May
castleford tiger
29/1/2021
18:17
no idea pal
castleford tiger
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