Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wey Education LSE:WEY London Ordinary Share GB00B54NKM12 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50p -4.69% 30.50p 30.00p 31.00p 32.00p 30.00p 32.00p 230,581 15:06:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 2.4 0.0 0.0 1,525.0 38.64

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17/1/2018
18:53
I think the Student Room website owned by TSR has FOUR MILLION members. HTTP://tsrmatters.com/ Interesting to see what response this thread gets: HTTPS://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=5151776 InterHigh is mentioned 24 times on the site: HTTPS://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/buzz/interhigh
netcurtains
17/1/2018
09:56
...could there be an ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING company that might come up for sale soon. Owner set to become Labour MP HTTPS://labourlist.org/2018/01/former-ppc-beats-unite-official-at-end-of-controversial-watford-selection/ From Link Ostrowski, who runs an English language training company, was Labour’s candidate in the target seat last year. The web site: HTTP://www.confidentenglish.co.uk/about.html
netcurtains
17/1/2018
09:17
Roger-Lawson: The point SURELY is the investors AT WHATEVER PRICE, felt the risk reward of investing MILLIONS was good. It does not matter that they got them at 20p or 40p or 49p because they will not be able to sell that amount unless the price gets to about ONE POUND (and thus could take a 50% discount). There is huge volatility here. Nearly all of us (me included got prices even lower). We are all here because we are INVESTING for the BIG ONE (the ten bagger type investment). You must be in Roger for the multi-bagger otherwise what would the point be - you might as well put your money into HSBC or Vodafone. Thus if you put £1M in at 20p that is equivalent of putting £10K at 50p. You must be able to see that the £10K investor stands a good chance of selling his shares at roughly the price he or she paid but the MILLION QUID investor needs the price to rise MILES to make a good profit - probably at least ONE POUND a share. But lets not just talk sell price. Its also about assets. The 20p investors bought into a company that did not have £5million in the bank, did not own the B2B business and did not have national adverting campaigns. We now are investing into a bigger company with cash to spend. The 50p or 40p or 30p investors are here for the multibag.
netcurtains
17/1/2018
08:39
Just like to point out that those "professional" investors paid 22p per share, which presumably is what they thought was worth paying for the shares only a few weeks ago. That's a whole lot less than the shares have traded at in the market of late, even after recent falls. Or to put it another way, the placing price was set at a level by the advisors to ensure a good take up of the offer even though it was less than the then market price.
roger-lawson
16/1/2018
22:30
Sorry he said "investors"....its been a long day !!
666james
16/1/2018
22:02
Placing in November.
discodave4
16/1/2018
21:49
Net, when did the investor get hold of £5 million worth of Wey shares ?
666james
16/1/2018
15:41
The reason this should probably be trading at about 40p to 50p is the professional investors who bought £5 million in shares know roughly the same facts we do.... Namely: 1. The Secondary Education market in UK alone is worth billions. 2. WEY are an industry disruptor (so anything might happen once more people know of its services and its success rate in getting "top" marks for its iGCSE and A Levels). 3. If the "gamble" works the payback should be many fold. If the investment gamble does not work, the business model as it stands makes money at a growing rate with little or no overheads compared to organisations that require buildings (business rates and travel overheads). 4. They also have the subsidiary of teaching adults English as a foreign language. Who knows what they can do here with 'real time' teaching of English to the world. 5. So far WEY have done what they said they would namely: bought a company in B2B and increased marketing spend. 6. At least one investment journalist marks WEY as a buy at 38.5p (just about a week or so ago)
netcurtains
16/1/2018
15:25
superadams...that was quick thanks very much I will look into them
666james
16/1/2018
15:22
AJ Bell Sippdeal charge me £7.50 per quarter and are v. efficient.
superadams
16/1/2018
15:19
Hi all I have just been advised by IG that they will start charging me every quarter £24 for an inactive ISA share account. This will start April 2018. They have not charged me before now and I was wondering if anybody could recommend an ISA manager they have been satisfied with.
666james
15/1/2018
18:58
All ok providing we hold 27 eod - this one was always going to be a volatile one
davr0s
15/1/2018
18:48
runthejoules - have been searching Stockopedia for the discussion you're talking about - could you provide a link please? Interesting that there's talk of them running before they can walk, while Roger Lawson's pressing for them to run faster. They can't win. They were clear that using AI for actual content teaching is quite a way off.
verulamium
15/1/2018
18:16
Good insight into Interhigh. Apologies if posted previously. 142,279 views https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHkEz5HpC6I
seanworld
15/1/2018
16:43
runthejoules: my assumption is they have the money now . (the FIVE MILLION) ... If they spend it relatively wisely they should meet their figures and if results in the SUMMER are as good as forecast we should really be in the 50s or 60s and thinking about the 70s in 2019. Its all about the SUMMER and clues along the way (eg WEY buying this that or the other, or newspaper articles or twitter news ....). Its going to be an interesting few months as ONE news item can make this blow... And it can happen on any day, in any month all the way to the summer
netcurtains
15/1/2018
12:14
Hi NY boy , yes low volume approx 96,000 buys against 50,000 sells at noon according to the AM share site I use and it still goes down. I think it got ahead of itself and is now sorting itself out. Enjoy your holiday...it is persisting down here.
666james
15/1/2018
11:07
On hols somewhere nice and sunny and warm, presumably the pull back is on low volume, the shares are tightly held only about 23% out of private hands. Might add a few this month, when I get time.
ny boy
13/1/2018
10:18
Do read the bit in italics. Its quite thought provoking Interesting Phd paper from Australia on the unstoppable trend towards Internet/Distant/Home learning across the world and in particular Europe. The paper is old but it really stands out as being true to me. I love the word he promotes "Fordist" for current bricks and mortar schools - like assembly lines left over from the 1920s to churn out mediocrity and sameness. HTTP://www.eurodl.org/materials/contrib/2006/Glenn_Russell.htm A snippet from the research: Our vast secondary schools are among the last great Fordist institutions, where people in large numbers go at the same time, to work in the same place, to a centrally devised schedule announced by the sound of a bell. In most of the rest of the economy people work at different times, in different places, often remotely and through networked organisations. In the last two decades private sector organisations have become more porous, management hierarchies have flattened, working practices have become more flexible, job descriptions more open and relationships between organisations, as suppliers and partners, more intense. The bounded, stand alone school, as a factory of learning, will become a glaring anomaly in this organisational landscape (p.7).
netcurtains
12/1/2018
13:05
I wouldn't be at all surprised if the share finished off positive. There is no reason for fall apart from blind panic, there is, however, good reasons for continued rises.
netcurtains
12/1/2018
12:47
Good luck, Oxman!
bones
12/1/2018
12:42
Taken a small position here, was hoping to grab more under 30p but missed out. Will watch over the weeks ahead for another opportunity, if it doesn't motor away.
its the oxman
12/1/2018
12:35
Exactly my point Net, you will be the winner! I don't trade heavily to be fair and most of my holdings are core, with just the quantity jumping about to suit opportunities. My core portfolio is pretty small though being, in no particular order of preference, WEY, VRS, ARC, AOR, TRIN, SPSY, N4P. That is it and they are hopefully there for the long run! I see them all as multi-baggers ultimately. I just have parts of the fund for shorter term things, often being short term because they fail as trades :)
bones
12/1/2018
12:33
Guys this on my 2018 watchlist, what has caused the fall ? Thx in advance
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