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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
William Hill LSE:WMH London Ordinary Share GB0031698896 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +5.50p +3.62% 157.35p 157.30p 157.40p 157.75p 150.65p 152.30p 3,194,063 16:28:41
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 1,711.0 -74.6 -9.7 - 1,354.17

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/12/2018
09:07
Or maybe 125...
rathean
05/12/2018
08:32
In the interests of disclosure I sold out my recent top up on the 166p spike, did not like the resistance and lack of momentum. I may try again at 150, I mean how low can this go... famous last words.
rathean
03/12/2018
00:12
Very close to multi year support at 150. Difficult to see sentiment reversing anytime soon, but this is a cash generative business, with a lot of bad news written in, a good yield and promises of future growth in the US. Watching closely.
andyj
29/11/2018
23:10
The rebased numbers are about 14p of earnings in 2020 after all the FOBT malarkey, and a divi of around 8p to be cautious. So this is on 12x pe and a 5% yield on what should prove to be the lowest numbers for the next 5 years. That pe is more like 10 if they stopped investing into the US. I think it has been falling recently because the FOBT and RGD lark has been pulled forward to April so the trough gets pulled toward, but hardly impacts long term prospects Normally you actually have multiple expansion when you are looking at the lowest trough numbers, but that hasn't happened yet. If they crack the US, the business will be 2-3x larger than now IMO on my rough numbers. The market has switched to giving zero credit for the US opportunity and is valuing it on a business now in terminal decline in a UK market that is becoming less attractive My instinct is that this has now well overshot to the downside, and this must be becoming very interesting for an overseas peer to look at. The brand value here in William Hill is very strong in the UK
pireric
29/11/2018
22:38
Mr Green is a right pile of pants never has any offers on or free bets going no incentive for anyone to play there apart from immediate payout as soon as you click withdraw you get an email to say your withdrawal has been approved and cash is on its way which is impressive.Unlike some high street reputable brands i won very good money last night and instead of getting an approved e mail got one asking for more documents bank statements etc and your funds are back in your casino account.Yeah right u mean hope u lose it all whilst we play games don't think so self excluded for a week whilst this is sorted out you don't get this nonsense at mr green it has to be said .
rbonnier
29/11/2018
22:22
In theory NYBoy all the bad news is priced in and then some. The buy case is that Mr Green and the US will offset the fall in revenues from FOBT. Big discount to peers at 7 times earnings and the yield must be 8% by now. Balance sheet stronger having exited Oz and restructured debt so divi in theory is sustainable for now. Whole sector has derated and Hills keeps falling through its support. One to buy and hold with a 2 year view. Excellent brand (esp in US) and likely to get swallowed by a US leisure company IMO unless Hills does a deal first. I thought it was cheap at £2!!!! I hold GVC and Gan myself but this is on my watchlist
rimau1
29/11/2018
21:07
A nice 7 year mountain is complete, is there any reason for a recovery here?
ny boy
29/11/2018
16:45
As of today Broker forecasts still look positive!
archibald5
29/11/2018
12:53
Indeed - will revert higher at some point once funds think estimates have bottomed. The rating is at multi year lows. Private equity could be buying at this level, wind up US investment if they wanted, close any shops which might be loss making and probably run the rest of the business to maximise cash. Would kill the business long term but would generate a good IRR of nearly 30% on my back of the envelope numbers But guess that's how cheap I think this is Would flag similar price pattern at 888. Suggests some funds looking to rotate out of the sector, seemingly in a price doesn't matter manner.
pireric
29/11/2018
12:30
Graph looks awful
neilyb675
29/11/2018
08:08
Dipped my toe in this morning,hope I've not bought in too early.Happy to wait 12 months for a rise in share price or takeover.Hope they maintain divi.
silver tortoise
27/11/2018
14:23
Can't say my recent entry was my most astute timing ever :0)
pireric
22/11/2018
07:41
I agree Rathean, all the bad news should be priced in here (same with its peers) and i expect a game changing tie up (say 888 for spain and italian exposure which Hils wants to grow) or Hils will get swallowed by a US firm, its now only valued at £1.5bn!
rimau1
21/11/2018
09:39
Topped up this morning. Market sentiment is creating remarkable value here imo, watch out for inevitable relief rally or rns partnership news imo dyor ofc.
rathean
21/11/2018
09:22
I agree with you, WMH going lower and lower it would seem, defo takeover bid seems ever closer the way things are going
archibald5
20/11/2018
21:43
So much for buying Mr Green, I think WMH is becoming increasingly susceptible to prying outside eyes at these levels... can't say there hasn't been takeover spec before. Sector M&A likely to continue Https://news.sky.com/story/fobt-reforms-will-trigger-william-hill-bid-bosses-warn-11372828 Https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/08/18/william-hill-takeover-bid-collapses/
pireric
07/11/2018
08:19
Taken a little slice here at 193'ish on a medium term view. Hoping that the push into America makes medium/longer term sense and that it will pay dividends(literally as well as metaphorically!) eventually. Good fortune to all holders.
cwa1
26/10/2018
07:54
I've set a double up alert at 175 but as we're transitioning to a bear market imo I may drop that to 150... silly share price for such a cash rich business that's getting more attractive to potential suitors by the day.
rathean
24/10/2018
07:12
Who knows really, all broker forecasts seem fairly positive, trading update 6th November I can’t understand it either, maybe a ‘tree shaker’?
archibald5
23/10/2018
14:57
What is happening here?
vk74
22/10/2018
14:17
October 25 is ex dividend
archibald5
22/10/2018
14:00
When is ex dividend day
fletcher270
22/10/2018
07:48
Roll on ex dividend day, price is just toooo low!
archibald5
02/10/2018
19:07
William Hill has an Altman Z2 of -1.80 indicating a serious risk of financial distress within the next 2 years.
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