Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Westminster LSE:WSG London Ordinary Share GB00B1XLC220 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25p -1.52% 16.25p 16.00p 16.50p 16.625p 16.25p 16.50p 740,107 12:50:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 4.4 -2.0 -2.5 - 18.40

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/8/2017
16:50
neo- "It will be interesting to know whether our nomad still own those shares they got at 10p..." lol just lol
youkme
17/8/2017
14:41
One can speculate that wsg may have encountered a small problems with licenses , you can't just come out with those statements and say nothing for over 2 months.Investors deserve to know something soon...It will be interesting to know whether our nomad still own those shares they got at 10p...
neo26
16/8/2017
12:50
Come on PF get your fingers out..
neo26
16/8/2017
12:36
I think Graham's post 651 is a fair reflection
threeputt
16/8/2017
12:22
Are you for real? Are you a retard? Do you have more than one brain cell?So many questions
tax dodge
16/8/2017
11:51
Is this company a fraud ???? Are they still solvent and getting away with it ??? Or is there a winding up petition????
my retirement fund
14/8/2017
08:04
Graham, no point mate. It will only believe what it wants to and what suits it. same as jim and harold say no more.
youkme
13/8/2017
19:24
Tax, thanks for raising the tone in what was being to be a serious discussion
graham1ty
12/8/2017
19:01
Graham, I have to defend HH in this case, they have served my pension VERY well through the years, every fund that I have held with Giles Hargreave has done exceptionally well, and it's noticeable how less favourably their multicap income has fared since he passed on the reigns to someone else. I suspect wsg share is held within the Nanocap fund where they hold 259 companies (I must admit I was surprised how many when I looked), the Nanocap fund is companies below £100m mcap. It is less likely to be held within their microcap fund which spreads the risk around 160 companies and tend to be bigger aim & ftse250 companies Growth in the microcap fund which is my main sipp holding and has made almost 600% in the time I've been in it (since inception 2004), and includes the financial crisis, I've also been in the nanocap fund since its inception in 2013 and is up about 50%, respectable but proves the increased risk when buying at the lower end of aim Now I've noted the risk spread of 259 companies I would tend to agree with you that they would have problems keeping tabs on all of them
threeputt
12/8/2017
16:54
Good story bro. Hahaha
tax dodge
12/8/2017
16:52
haha. I don't have kids, we have had this before. I know Mijas golf club very very very well. And by the way I've made all that money back, more than you will ever have in your dream world. Let me see. Devon, skint, no wife, no kids, little in the way of mates, up to your neck in debt because you trade shares poorly, close? Think so harold. Keep the fantasy going, its about as close to mijas as you are going to get.
youkme
12/8/2017
16:45
Don't need you to. I haven't lost £75k my wife and my kids. My life is good. Gonna have a snooze now before I go out to a lovely restaurant at mijas golf tonight. You keep trucking
tax dodge
12/8/2017
16:18
The reason I've posted I'm sitting on my balcony in the costa del sol sipping on jacks and coke deciding if I should jump in the pool as it's so hot or to have another jacks. I'm with my wife and kids as we are together because I don't lie to her. How good life can be when you haven't lost 75k. HahahaKeep on trucking
tax dodge
12/8/2017
14:16
lol, showing your class harald, once again. Working very hard on lse and here, you must be in really deep with money you don't have once again. very concerned about what graham and I write? surely it doesn't matter to you pmsl
youkme
12/8/2017
13:45
Youkme, bet they have never been anywhere near Sierra Leone, yet alone the new contract territory. Bet they have never seen sight of the MOU or LOI ( "too confidential"). Bet they rely on the Directors. Bet they love the constant fundraisings. Bet they love the fees.
graham1ty
12/8/2017
10:36
Graham can you explain the nomad role here please. Can they keep signing of these rns and be happy with them?
youkme
12/8/2017
09:38
Three, I think you have an over inflated view of fund managers. I was a NOMAD, have spent most of my working life directly or indirectly working with fund managers. I wonder how many stocks there are in this HH fund ? 100, 200 ? If it is the Pru Life Fund or M&G it might be closer to 1000. How can anyone really pretend to follow that many companies ? They may get really interested for a day, buy into all the hype, but barely scratch the surface. I bet there are 50 people on LSE or here who know more about ( and certainly spend more time on....) WSG than the FM at HH. I know Companies go to meetings with FMs ( who may have a declarable stake) where the actual individual running the fund has changed, and the Company has to introduce itself and tell them what they actually do. The ignorance of the average FM is stunning ( on small caps). This may not be the case at HH, but it might well be. They go to too many presentations, try to cover too many stocks, hold far too many, and know little about any apart from the current "flavour of the month". Add to that that HH cannot sell because of liquidity and they may not be Happy holders at all. They are in the money, and did back for a second time, but that may have been only to defend their existing position. They bought in on the basis of an imminent contract, doubled up on the back of an imminent contract and have seen neither delivered. The mere fact HH have a holding does not mean anything to me
graham1ty
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