Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vodafone Group Plc LSE:VOD London Ordinary Share GB00BH4HKS39 ORD USD0.20 20/21
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.48 -1.6% 152.12 152.90 152.96 155.66 152.00 154.74 127,304,474 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 37,637.9 -2,252.3 -25.0 - 40,639

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20/9/2019
22:39
I know I'm getting to you. Ruining your playground. You've got more space to defend. So many pointless posts from you - spamming on so many boards, trying to cultivate some kind of admiration. So sad. I'll be back later.
stdyeddy
20/9/2019
22:39
StdyJelly and crew post KIE data... hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwS482RcnZ0
sentimentrules
20/9/2019
22:36
I don't trust any of the urls you post either. It's past your bedtime kid.
stdyeddy
20/9/2019
22:33
StdyJelly was singing the praises of Kie at pre data high. . hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNVS4_dRK7M
sentimentrules
20/9/2019
22:29
You don't have a short. You're not even old enough to drink. You're just a teenage troll. And one who can't even write. When your mum lends you her credit card, maybe you'll get on the market then. But until that wonderful day, you're just a wet kid, posting in you bedroom.
stdyeddy
20/9/2019
22:06
Stdy = steady? Look very shaken by my kie short. ..hahaha
sentimentrules
20/9/2019
21:48
What we have here in SentimentRules is an attention-deficit-afflicted troll, head forever scanning his smartphone for affirmation that he's getting some kind of attention from anyone. He is not capable of sustained thought, and merely shoots off hastily thumbed words as soon as someone says something, anything. It is pointless to engage him; you will learn nothing, because he knows nothing. He has no position in anything he is posting on. He likes to say 'lad' when he is in fact a child himself, immature in thought and deed. I gather from his earlier posts that he likes to spend months at a time in Thailand, where he can get acquainted with easily bought women; 'slags' as the kid calls them. I suspect that this is because he is unpleasant in person and is quickly rejected by the women of this country. Unable to read and write properly, no practical skills, and friendless (spends evenings and weekends posting on here), his one line spewing gives him the illusion of activity and recognition. His life is empty and sad. I feel a mixture of pity and contempt for him.
stdyeddy
20/9/2019
21:46
Oh yes so we are definitely now in a bear squeeze, downdraft contra bull thingy. Are we?
andycapp1
20/9/2019
16:09
Market didnt take much notice. About right
sentimentrules
20/9/2019
11:49
What’s next for the Vodafone share price and its 5.5% yield? Rupert Hargreaves | Friday, 20th September, 2019 The Vodafone (LSE: VOD) share price hasn’t been a particularly exciting investment to own in 2019. Indeed, including dividends paid out to investors, shares in the telecommunications giant have yielded a total return of 4.6% year-to-date compared to a gain of 12.8% for the FTSE 100. Over the past 12 months, the company has underperformed the UK’s leading blue-chip index by 7.6%, including dividends. But despite this, I think Vodafone’s income credentials could make it a great addition to your portfolio. Slow and steady Vodafone is one of the largest telecoms companies in the world and, as a result, it’s growth is a constraining factor on the group’s growth. You’re not going to see the stock report 20% or 30% earnings growth in a single year, for example. However, what the stock does offer is a level of safety. Vodafone is one of the top dividend shares in the UK. The company’s commitment to dividends has helped it stand out. Over the past decade, the stock has produced an annual return of 6.5%, including dividends. I think this trend is set to continue. At the time of writing, shares in the business support a dividend yield of 5.5% and, while the group does have quite a lot of debt to deal with, management seems to be committed to maintaining this distribution. Debt concerns In the past, I’ve expressed concern about the level of debt on Vodafone’s balance sheet. I’ve also said this borrowing could weigh on the company’s dividend growth. I continue to believe that Vodafone has a debt problem, but management seems to have the issue under control. Cutting the group’s dividend by 40% at the beginning of May was, in my opinion, the right thing to do, even though it eliminated the company’s 20-year history of dividend increases. Still, the dividend production will free up billions in additional cash flow every year, which can be used to reduce debt along with the company’s assets sales. During its financial year to the end of March 2019, Vodafone generated around €5bn in free cash flow. The dividend payout consumed €4bn of this. A 40% reduction on this figure should free up €1.6bn per annum for paying down debt. That’s excluding the additional cash flow Vodafone will be able to produce from its newly acquired Liberty assets in Europe and the cash received from the sale of its mobile tower business. Cash cow Vodafone is a lumbering giant, but it’s also a cash cow. While I’m not expecting the company to report explosive earnings growth, its strong cash generation leads me to conclude its dividend is sustainable at the lower level. With this being the case, I think if you’re looking for a trustworthy dividend stock to add to your portfolio, then Vodafone could be a great candidate. Its dividend yield of 5.5% is currently above the FTSE 100 average of 4.5% and, as explained above, the distribution is well covered by free cash flow generated from operations. spud
spud
20/9/2019
07:10
Oddly enough I do agree.
andycapp1
20/9/2019
06:08
HSBC BUY RECOMMENDATION YESTERDAY helps fuel price surge. Some others - all this month of September:- Citigroup REITERATE BUY tp 185p Deutsche REITERATE BUY tp 250p Berenberg REITERATE BUY tp 180p UBS BUY tp 207p Credit Suisse REITERATE OUTPERFORM tp 190p Barclays REITERATE OVERWEIGHT tp 200p Morgan Stanley REITERATE OVERWEIGHT tp 210p An astonishing raft of very positive broker views and all totally aligned with BUY/OVERWEIGHT/OUTPERFORM reco's. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
19/9/2019
23:54
Can't be faulted then. Nothing can that works for somebody. Wouldnt you agree?
sentimentrules
19/9/2019
21:55
Of course they do! But I work on a rising DCF and a tight gap to intrinsic value not bull/bear updrafts, downdrafts etc. It’s served me profoundly well for 30 years.
andycapp1
19/9/2019
21:24
All earning streams have risk. As Vodafone proved in recent history.
sentimentrules
19/9/2019
21:15
What on Earth are you talking about? Looks it’s an earnings stream not a ping pong ball!
andycapp1
19/9/2019
19:09
Prem not seeing a buy reason in price. When is the next key date? Will keep an eye on it on approach
sentimentrules
19/9/2019
19:05
I see a few turned up on a green day as usual... still the volume in control is tbe bears in this area. Battle ahead ... Take it that retrace buy around 156? Woildnt let it slip in the red.......
sentimentrules
19/9/2019
19:03
Great finish to the day. Onwards & upwards to 170p now!spud
spud
19/9/2019
18:54
Check out #PREM Premier African Minerals RNS on 30th Aug 2019 about how they plan to distribute all of the Circum Minerals investment to PREM shareholders. One of the options is to distribute a dividend to be shared to all prem holders. Prem owns 5% (5mil shares) in Circum who are planning to sell at the end of the year. If Circum liquidates at $3 per share, PREM stake will be worth $15m. Divi payment could be worth upto 0.1p or £10k if you own 10mil shares. You can buy 10mil shares for £3k today.
jack239
19/9/2019
11:57
Like I say buy on dips here
supermarky
19/9/2019
11:35
Wow Bears have really got this lol
fudge10
19/9/2019
10:25
Dav correct! I have no idea where it’s going in one week, two weeks etc. I hope over the longer term the DCF will rise and that the gap to intrinsic value will narrow. But as for bull/bear trends whatever those are, no idea!!
andycapp1
19/9/2019
09:30
You have no idea where the price is going to go and when - no one does
davr0s
19/9/2019
09:25
Now I suppose.
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