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WYN Wynnstay Group Plc

-7.50 (-1.97%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wynnstay Group Plc LSE:WYN London Ordinary Share GB0034212331 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -7.50 -1.97% 372.50 44,715 12:07:31
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
365.00 380.00 380.00 372.50 380.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Farm Management Services 713.03M 17.14M 0.7673 4.85 83.22M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:27:57 O 32 378.50 GBX

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Posted at 03/12/2023 08:20 by Wynnstay Daily Update
Wynnstay Group Plc is listed in the Farm Management Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WYN. The last closing price for Wynnstay was 380p.
Wynnstay currently has 22,340,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Wynnstay is £83,216,500.
Wynnstay has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 4.85.
This morning WYN shares opened at 380p
Posted at 30/11/2023 21:22 by petersinthemarket
1tx -NWF group sell various foodstuffs and fuel, just like WYN.
Why do you think WYN is unique?
Posted at 30/11/2023 16:45 by gopher
Agree 1TX.Best to regard the company as an income and growth stock in a diversified portfolio; they have a consistent record of dividend growth as you say. I see share price fair value equating to a Dividend yield in the range 3.5% to 4% (current year) but cyclical like the sector so 500p top and presently decent value at 380.
Posted at 30/11/2023 15:52 by 1tx
WYN is the only listed pure agricultural supply feedstuff,fertiliser & seed merchant.CARR now only has animal husbandry products alongside its engineering business and only about a third of NWF is now agriculture based.It is totally dependant on the immediate prospects,particularly weather conditions in UK farming.See the explanation in accounts as to why demand and hence profits are down.
Conversely last year it made massive one off profits from the huge increase in fertiliser prices.
I have been a shareholder in WYN since it listed around 20 years ago;it was previously largely customer owned,historically it was a farmers coop & still has a large farmer ownership but over the last two decades the business has grown hugely in size,net assets and quality and has increased its dividend each year.You have to remember if you are a shareholder that in farming there can be events from time to time that can have a huge impact on profits up or down that are outside its control.
Posted at 30/11/2023 09:56 by 1knocker
Carrs is having a torrid time at present too.

Difficult even to guess at prices here. A few years ago I bought at 259 (which seemed ridiculously low), sold out a couple of years later at 621 (which seemed ridiculously high), and bought back half at 535 (which seemed about reasonable). Since then the price has continued to fall !!

I have been waiting to buy back the other half. I was very tempted at 450 and only held off because I used the accumulated cash to top up a holding which seemed even cheaper. Now I am very tempted again, but holding off has served we well so far, and there seems to be no real logic to how far Wyn can rise or fall. Could we get back close to 300?
Posted at 30/11/2023 09:13 by value hound
Personally, I was hoping for a slightly bigger fall to beat my recent best buy back in price of 360p; close but not quite. I think longer-term fair value is much higher.
Posted at 13/7/2023 07:52 by tomps2
Wynnstay Group (WYN) Interim results presentation - July 23

Wynnstay CEO, Gareth Davies, and Finance Director, Paul Roberts present interim results for the six months ended 30 April 2023, followed by Q&A.

Watch the video here:

Or listen to the podcast here:
Posted at 07/7/2023 22:51 by poggy120
A bit of over exuberance took WYN over 600. Happily, I sold out at 621. Not so happily, I was far too early when I bought back half at 520. Its a well run company though, and I still look to buy back the remaining half to bring my holding back to its previous level if the price goes down to the 380 - 400 region. I would buy a lot more if it got back to my initial buying price of 263 !! In this crazy market, who knows?
Posted at 26/6/2023 07:56 by tomps2
Wynnstay (WYN) interim results webinar

Friday, 7 July, 1:00pm

Wynnstay, the agricultural supplies group, will announce its interim results for the six months ended 30 April 2023 on Monday, 3 July.

Gareth Davies, Chief Executive Officer, and Paul Roberts, Finance Director, will host an online presentation of the Company’s results on Friday, 7 July at 1.00 p.m. Management will discuss the Group’s first-half performance and outlook, and there will be a question-and-answer session at the end of the presentation.

Register here:
Posted at 17/4/2023 10:17 by redartbmud
As said before, a share price invariably overcorrects on the news.
Wynnstay were at pains to inform the market that the stars had aligned in a never to be repeated pattern to produce a stellar year, and that the results would not be repeated anytime soon. Anyone with any common sense, knowledge and sanity would have accepted those facts.
There were two choices open to punters:
1. Sell on the results, with the aim of buying back when the share price invariably fell back to more normal levels that are representative of historic trading.
2. Hang on and accept that the rise in price would be a temporary blip, and a missed opportunity for a profitable trade.

Anyone with any knowledge and sesnse would not have bought the share on th back of the meteoric rise.

The management has a plan to expand the footprint across a greater part of the country and to broaden the products offered to the farming community, such as chicken feed.
In the longer term that should benefit the business and the shareholders. They aren't in the game of betting the house on the spin of the roulette wheel, so slowly slowly is the future.
Management is strongly aligned to and understands farmers and farming, that is itself a lifetime occupation.
I can live with that over the long term.

Posted at 04/4/2023 12:06 by jeffian
I'm not sure it is a "classic PI error" unless you are a trader. I, having learned from My Old Mum after a youth of trading myself to a standstill, am a buy-and-hold-forever investor and it has stood me (and her before me) in very good stead. I accept that it requires a certain mindset that is able to ignore short-term fluctuations but on the very few occasions I have panicked or been stopped out by a fall, I have almost always come to regret it in the long run. I used to keep a 'dummy portfolio' into which I put one imaginary share of each stock I sold at the price I sold at. I don't do it now - too depressing - it was always my best portfolio!

I have been in WYN twice. I sold the first time as I wasn't keen on their foray into the retail area. I reinvested fairly recently and am certainly down at the moment but happy that over the longer term I expect it to provide stable and growing earnings and dividends, which is all I look for at my time of life. As long as it goes on doing that, the share price will follow in due course.
Wynnstay share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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