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 +0.12% 841.00p 834.00p 848.00p 841.00p 835.00p 840.00p 561,789 11:11:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 424.8 13.4 8.6 98.0 1,051.27

Victoria Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/8/2018
11:36
I don't understand why individual shareholders don't get a look in re placing. Wilding is very canny. Perhaps he thinks they are somewhat overvalued and didn't want more and is happy to lose a few..
bouleversee
09/8/2018
10:14
Ok this is what happened. There was MASSIVE demand for the shares being placed. So much so they asked him to reduce his stake. That makes a better market. Also he holds over 250m quids worth. We all have him to thank. Those who think its toppy , have a choice. Sell them. best Tiger
castleford tiger
09/8/2018
08:51
bouleverseeI believe any buys from mr Wilding would have to be reported.Still a bit of a concern especially when not so long ago he took out a loan backed up by his shares because he stated he did not want to sell.
rotrader
08/8/2018
15:46
Why does Victoria trade on c.10-12x 2019E forward looking EBITDA when the business is built up from a series of acquisitions made at an average of c.6x EBITDA and other listed peers are trading around a similar range? Seems grossly overvalued to me and perhaps also to Mr Wilding, hence selling out now. Made £18m in 2017 and another £41m this week, not bad...
pstick
07/8/2018
17:33
How do these placings work? Are they just offered to institutions or can small shareholders also take up? Why has Wilding sold some shares? Does he get to buy in the placing, at a lower price than he got for his sales?
bouleversee
07/8/2018
17:01
I’m not losing any sleep over it. In the last 6 years he has sold some shares twice previously and the business has continued to grow and prosper - as bouleversee points out in 997.
wendydc
07/8/2018
09:54
There seems to be a bit of a pattern forming here.Acquisition announced just after results.Then Mr Wilding selling another raft of shares, with no more sells planned for the foreseeable future?
rotrader
06/8/2018
15:43
The small investors didn't the chance to participate, however, which I find very annoying as it dilutes the value of my own holding.
bouleversee
06/8/2018
07:13
It appears my assumption of Victoria's acquisition strategy is right. Continue to acquire more business via equity fundraising. https://www.investegate.co.uk/victoria-plc--vcp-/rns/proposed-placing-and-acquisition/201808060701508537W/
walbrock82
05/8/2018
15:44
What if you take an even longer term view? I bought 490 shares in VCP in my ISA in Jan.06 costing me £2986.69 and they started to do less well just before Wilding arrived on the scene and took over. They then paid me a special div. amounting to £4,350, thus more than covering my purchase costs, and my holding of 7450 (after the 5 for 1 share split in 2016, which cost me nothing) is now worth £63,325. I'll leave it to you to work out the annualised gain in those circumstances but I reckon I have done pretty well, so well I'd be tempted to top slice or sell half if it were not for the fact that they had to come out of my ISA when they went on AIM and never got put back so there would be cgt to pay. I just hope they won't get taken over as I'd lose the AIM IHT concession, which at my age is also a consideration. Yes, they may tail off a bit but even so, I can't think of anywhere better to put this money at the moment so I'll be holding on and keeping a close watch.
bouleversee
05/8/2018
12:34
Read my analysis on Victoria’s acquisitions, here http://bit.ly/2nei1wK
walbrock82
03/8/2018
18:25
News of another acquisition maybe. Its happened before after the results were published.
rotrader
02/8/2018
19:50
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rotrader
02/8/2018
19:32
In-depth article on Victoria in latest shares magazine concludes "the shares have performed phenomenally well, but Victoria remains a compelling consolidation story..." www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/article/missed-the-boat-or-still-time-to-climb-aboard
wendydc
01/8/2018
13:29
All sounds good with the results and comments from the executive chairman and group finance director . There are some concerns I have as a long standing shareholder.The comments of "outsourcing production to provide a buffer" and "reorganising our U.K. Production and logistics to improve efficiency and provide increased capacity due to continued strong demand" may well be the case for the majority of the group, but I have heard that is not the case at Victoria Carpets and the Kidderminster distribution hub.Outsourcing manufacturing happened because of the inability of one of the UK manufacturers to maintain the quality and production of the original manufacturer (Victoria).The distribution hub are also having problems - Lorries going out with the wrong orders or duplicated orders.Also residents complaining of the 24/7 disruption with the transport and noise.I hope these are just teething problems and that it doesn't reflect on the group with their ongoing reorganisation and synergies.
rotrader
25/7/2018
06:51
Are cracks appearing in Victoria PLC? Goodwill tripling, basic EPS disappoints, and sales growth is below assets. Read the full analysis: http://bit.ly/2Lj45Qq
walbrock82
24/7/2018
18:11
Another stonking set of results. And positive about 2019.
wendydc
22/6/2018
16:39
Very positive signals coming from VCP insiders: the Finance Director picks up 395,000 shares at £8.57 a fortnight ago and today the Chairman chooses to arrange a loan facility against his shares rather than sell any.
wendydc
22/6/2018
11:56
He has been at Victoria PLC for a lot longer than he said he would. Perhaps another opportunity beckons. Watch this closely.
rotrader
22/6/2018
10:35
On the other hand, he's using his shares to borrow (see RNS today below); I wonder what he needs so much dosh for. Victoria PLC ('Victoria', the 'Company', or the 'Group') Director / PDMR Shareholding The Company has been informed that Geoff Wilding, Executive Chairman of the Company, has pledged part of his shareholding in the Company to JP Morgan as security in respect of a personal loan. There is no change in Mr Wilding's beneficial shareholding in the Company and through Camden Holdings Limited he continues to have an interest and voting rights in 26,438,650 ordinary shares representing 22.47% of the issued share capital of the Company.
bouleversee
22/6/2018
09:13
Perhaps we should all have a wip round for Geoff. I think its the second time he has done this.
rotrader
20/6/2018
20:47
Not quite. He got them through the LTIP
nfs
19/6/2018
23:17
Only just realized that the cfo made a big share purchase last week worth about £3.4 million - seemingly a serious statement of his thoughts about how the business is doing!
gargleblaster
06/6/2018
09:18
40harry - are you short the stock?
gargleblaster
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