Wynnstay Group Plc

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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
  0.00 0.0% 427.50 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
420.00 435.00 427.50 427.50 427.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Agricultural Services 713.03 17.14 76.70 5.59 96.11
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 427.50 GBX

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17/4/202311:17Wynnstay Group - Charts & News725
05/2/202109:12*** Wynnstay ***1
26/1/200723:20Wynnstay with Charts & News2
11/3/200508:21Wynnstay Group228

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Posted at 17/4/2023 11:17 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 13:06 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.

Posted at 31/3/2023 23:07 by 1knocker
red, I think so too, but it seems wise to wait for a clear trend reversal before buying rather than guess at an approaching bottom. I'd rather be a bit late into a rising trend than too early on a falling trend. Its just luck to get the very bottom.

When I made my repurchase, I made the mistake of thinking I had found the bottom, without waiting to get confirmation from a trend reversal.

Tops are also a matter of guesswork. There though it is probably more likely that one will spot the a share price getting ahead of itself - though even then you can be blindsided by some acquisition or other news which arrives unheralded out of a clear blue sky!

It is more important to be lucky than skilful at this game (though must of us mark our good luck dow to skill, and our bad luck down to unforeseeable events).

Posted at 21/3/2023 16:39 by 1knocker
WYN I continuing to slide and is now at its lowest price for a couple of years.Does anyone have any thoughts on what might be a good top up price?
Posted at 16/3/2023 15:42 by 1knocker
The share price has declined a tad of recent weeks, but still very stable (and pretty high) in the context of the market as a whole. A strange share. it was also quite stable a while back at half the present SP, then jumped and fell back before rising to over 600. As a buyer at the bottom a couple of years ago, a seller on the bounce, repurchase, and then sold out at 621, and repurchased half at 535 last year I was expecting a bigger drop in the present turmoil to buy back the other half.

I guess I was just lucky. I had never heard of Wyn and originally bought without much investigation on a tip in some mag (IC I think), which is usually a recipe for disaster.
On the other hand, no amount of due diligence saved me from some other purchases which have proved untimely. For example I thought Supermarket Income was a gift at 110, with no rental voids, sound tenants, and index linked rents in its leases, but now it is down to 86. Perhaps a dart is the best investment tool.

Posted at 10/2/2023 09:00 by tomps2
Wynnstay Group (WYN) Full year 2022 results - February 2023

Wynnstay CEO, Gareth Davies and FD, Paul Roberts present the final results for the year ended 31 October 2022. They were record results and Wynnstay are well-positioned for FY 2023.

Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/company-videos/wynnstay-group-wyn-full-year-2022-results-february-2023/

Or listen to the podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/wynnstay-group-wyn-full-year-2022-results-february-2023/

Posted at 30/1/2023 09:40 by tomps2
Wynnstay plc (WYN) Full Year Results webinar

Friday, 3 February, 12:00pm

Gareth Davies, Chief Executive Officer, and Paul Roberts, Finance Director, will present the Company’s final results for the financial year ended 31 October 2022 in a live webinar followed by Q&A.

Register here: bit.ly/WYN_FY_results_webinar

Posted at 11/1/2023 18:45 by wad collector
Beware the confident attribution of the reason for a share price movement on a BB!
Clearly the price of WYNN has fallen because the wet weather has stopped farmers being able to drive to the stores.

Posted at 10/1/2023 21:13 by 1knocker
I should think the high price of fuel is more likely to be a PROBLEM for WYNN - it leaves the farmers strapped for cash to buy the products farmers DO buy from WYNN !!!

In this crazily volatile market I don't think a 10 or 15% move necessarily signifies anything significant.

Posted at 05/1/2023 16:15 by 1knocker
I sold out at 621 last April, having bought not all that long before at an average of 260.(a price which seemed inexplicably low to my bird brain). I have been waiting (impatiently) to renter ever since, as the business seems to me only to have improved since then. Today I repurchased half at 535, so it was worth the wait. It would be wonderful to be able to repurchase the other half at 260, but that could be a very long wait indeed. All the same, its a volatile market so getting the other half sub 500 must be on the cards.

Carr's has not had much joy the last year, so WYN must be doing something right. I remember buying Carr's at about 90 years ago, and sold (can't remember why) at about 140. That sale worked out well, but I have spent 8 months wondering whether I had been stupid selling WYN as it held rock steady around 600 last year while the wheels came off other stocks.

Let's hope WYN does not turn into another Carr's ... The market has me foxed at present, but selling peaks with a view to getting back in cheaper does seem to be the way to play a volatile market. The limit order is a wonderful thing. Set and forget.

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