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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Victoria 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
  +1.00p +0.22% 462.50p 455.00p 470.00p 462.50p 461.50p 461.50p 15,028 12:57:40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 424.8 13.4 8.6 53.9 578.14

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/4/2019
18:35
Carpetright results have helped for a bit more confidence in the share price.Anymore updates should help.
rotrader
01/4/2019
19:33
This got a mention in the Telegraph Questor section on 27th March htTps://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/questor-hyperactive-successful-boss-significant-debt-pile-should/ Maybe todays rise is a delayed reaction of some kind.
jbfnfn
28/3/2019
07:06
You can bet your last $ he knows how things are doing at the company. Its a very good sign. As i said market cap WAS way below what they had paid for the companies. I expect 600p fair value tiger
castleford tiger
27/3/2019
19:20
The poor traders have have to to make a bit ;-)
rotrader
27/3/2019
18:50
Anton bought another 97,500 today. Why is there such a big spread in the s.p?
bouleversee
27/3/2019
18:26
Sorry, been pulled up on my grammar before - should read - imminent
rotrader
27/3/2019
18:21
Look at the last post's , could give you a clue.Anyway a few interesting trades recently. Need a bit more good news to flow through to carry on the climb back up.May be a while,after Alex Anton showed some balls and bought a few.( don't think directors are allowed if eminent news is on the horizon)
rotrader
20/3/2019
17:55
Thanks, Geng. Will look at that later. Too busy fighting a prolonged legal battle with my County Council over my road at the moment. Anyway, at least the share price is moving in the right direction though the sharp movements in either direction are rather strange.
bouleversee
20/3/2019
17:30
It just implies that the auction concerned seems to be moving the price an unusually large amount and so is being given some extra time to try to ensure it settles on a stable price. I.e. that there seems to be some reason why opinions about the fair price are changing unusually quickly at the time - but nothing about what the reasons for those rapidly-varying opinions are, nor indeed even which direction they're moving in. That's the short version - for the long technical version, see the LSE's technical specifications in https://www.londonstockexchange.com/products-and-services/technical-library/millennium-exchange-technical-specifications/millennium-exchange-technical-specifications.htm - especially section 7.2 of the "Guide to the Trading System" document, with various numbers and times provided by the "Millennium Exchange and TRADEcho Business Parameters" spreadsheet. But be warned that I really do mean both "long" and "technical"! Gengulphus
gengulphus
19/3/2019
16:06
There were 2 price monitoring extensions this afternoon. No idea what that implies.
bouleversee
19/3/2019
16:05
Something is definitely cooking. sp up 25% in 2 days against a strong buying volume. Still, mustn't look a gift horse in the mouth.
ramridge
19/3/2019
15:54
I'd say the end of a seller clearing his position, management have been buying heavily for weeks and that appeared to stop it falling any further and it sat there with no real reaction, now off to the races
fastbuck
19/3/2019
14:38
Undervalued I'd guess.Could be some good news in the pipeline. Could do with it after the recent falls.Not to high yet I hope, got to wait for April - ISA
rotrader
19/3/2019
13:31
hmm is this a short squeeze or a general recognition that the share is undervalued. Up 25% in two days.
nivison
19/3/2019
03:36
When you sell some of your own shares, intending to later buy them back at a lower price, but always have a net positive position in the shares, you take a limited risk. The worst that happens is that the price rises dramatically and you don't buy back as many as you sold, or don't buy them back at all, or buy them all back but lose money overall. When you short, selling shares you've borrowed so that you end up in a net negative position in the shares, intending to later buy them back at a lower price and return them to the lender, you take an unlimited risk. The worst that happens is that the price rises dramatically, so much that you find yourself unable to fulfil your obligations and go bankrupt. If all goes well, the final financial outcome is the same - but there's a difference in the risk that you take part of the way through, when you've sold the shares but not yet repurchased them. And that difference between limited and unlimited risk seems pretty essential to me! (Before anyone says, yes, you can make the risk of bankruptcy absolutely tiny by keeping one's short position sufficiently small - but it's not quite zero. And I'm only arguing that the unlimited risk of shorting exists, not that there's anything wrong about deciding to take it as a calculated risk if that's what you want to do.) Gengulphus
gengulphus
14/3/2019
18:07
well, I seem to remember at the time that Geoff wilding sold to satisfy institutional demand. This is rather different from lending out shares so the borrower can sell them and hope to buy them back at a lower price before returning the shares to the owner. Essentially very different indeed.
nivison
14/3/2019
17:35
No. What's the essential difference between that and shorting?
bouleversee
14/3/2019
17:19
bouleversee,He didn't sell as many as Mr Wilding
rotrader
14/3/2019
13:50
He bought 200,000 shares yesterday too. 350,000 in two days!
cmw1
14/3/2019
12:07
rotrader - re your post of the 5th of March. looks like you have got your wish. A non exec director purchase of 150,000 shares (£642,000) is quite a vote of confidence from Alexander Anton.
nivison
13/3/2019
17:06
how much have VCP spent on buying companies? Anyone have the list of purchases.......and price Tiger
castleford tiger
13/3/2019
11:06
Sounds like they are having a clear out of management at Victoria Carpets - Managing Director, Phil Hartley and one of the trouble shooters, who was never up to the job in the first place.Let's hope the company can be turned round, it's been trading for well over 100 years and was the founder company of the PLC
rotrader
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