Wincanton Investors - WIN

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Wincanton Plc WIN London Ordinary Share GB0030329360 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
7.00 1.67% 427.00 16:35:15
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
419.00 418.00 427.00 427.00 420.00
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volvo: rivaldo, the Wincanton website is offering a range of new vacancies, not just drivers and warehouse, but totally new management positions, and plenty of them. The company is rocking and is going to state this on the 20th. Imo, this year Wincanton's share price will go on and on 600p, 700p, 800p as the markets and investors wake up to their new position in modern day post pandemic uk logistics
volvo: Yes Jeff it looks that way, judging by the queues forming at B and Q every weekend everything needed expanding. See the website has been updated. Got plenty, but the fun and games at the close today, i'll do a CFD based on the update in 2 weeks time. Exciting times for sure :)
volvo: Our biggest market .....Ocado rose 64p to £27.54 – signalling a continued willingness by investors to bet on rising demand for grocery delivery services.
netcurtains: lefrene: So you're saying WINs going up because hard brexit is now MORE likely? I think you're wrong. I think most investors are like me - NAIVE - and think if a trade deal then its good for Lorries... A great investor once told me "never over think your investments because the market is very very basic in its opinion - it cant do clever"
netcurtains: I'm thinking investors think if brexit ok then lorries will be ok
netcurtains: I wonder if this Investors Chronicle news item is relevant for WINS too: Https://
sphere25: Falling back. Seem to be more sellers appearing on the book here of late. Approaching the bottom of the trend here or is it one of those classical unreadable WIN moves - all to be revealed shortly! As for trades, don't forget that the "O" trades influence the "AT" trades and that a 2k sell order on the order book could be monumentally bigger underneath, even if it isn't an iceberg on the book. It is easy to look at an order book and see a few small orders and assume that abit of buying will rocket the price higher. If you're new (clearly alot more now as per recent updates from various sharedealing/spread providers) or don't watch the order book as much, good idea to have a look at the movements on order books in more detail. By way of example, you can have a 5k LSE order on the offer and an "O" trade of 100,000 will go through at full ask and only 1000 will come off the order, leaving 4k. It helps paint a much clearer picture. The "AT" trades can also be moved by private investors directly without it being logged as an "O" trade so it's not wholly an institutional thing. If you have a less liquid stock, it can be moved materially by a few traders (whether it holds the move is circumstance dependent), though overall it is the bigger players who materially influence prices. Moreover, now that we live in the world of dark pools (backdoor hidden exchanges), you can never know when a seller is actually out. Perhaps one day, someday, the sellers will be out here allowing a sustained rally. You'd think it would be possible....right? :-)
netcurtains: dplewis1: Yes - I can see its the A trades that are bombing the O trades. Lots of small investors like me like the story and the stock but someone or (group) keep hitting that A button..... How do you get an A button? It seems the A button affects the price more than the O buttons... Is it a premium service?
netcurtains: VOLVO: The way I see it.. From where we are now... There are FIVE UK logistics/delivery type firms that small investors are looking at: Ocado, Royal Mail, Stobard, Clipper, Wincanton... They all have something but I'd say WIN has the best chance of having a huge rerating (as the others have had theirs already)... And also WINs has an outside chance (within 5 years) of setting up its own Ocado type organisation via its new knowledge of dark stores. If you dont think WIN is the best investment from WHERE WE ARE NOW can you make out a better case for one of the others to get a serious rerating from WHERE THEY ARE NOW? Its always good to look at it from the "oppositions" perspective .....
volvo: Thanks rivaldo...I talked back in the summer to the company and they couldn't understand the share price, believe it was about 180p then. Since then the FD Lawlor has tried hard to convince the markets and investors that everything is going in the right direction....right down to the detailed pension situation on Friday. So £60m cash, some of this is obviously spoken for, but the company are expressing it has money, small debt, easily manageable pension situation, and a sack full of new orders with household names, and trading on p/e 7 this year and 5-6 next year....what else would the markets/investors want?
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