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YU. Yu Group Plc

55.00 (5.07%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Yu Group Plc YU. London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
55.00 5.07% 1,140.00 16:35:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,085.00 1,085.00 1,140.00 1,140.00 1,085.00
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Posted at 01/12/2023 13:44 by sparky333
Still a few seller around would have thought a few more on GOOD rather than YU, but obviously investors believe GOOD deserves a premium many times more than YU.
Posted at 30/11/2023 12:30 by gswredland
But when YU. goes she goes!
Posted at 28/11/2023 09:25 by sparky333
I just can't get my head around it, investors dreams of stocks like YU especially in these markets where regardless of world events, inflation, interest rates etc YU world spins on regardless as companies need energy.Profitable, cash rich, dividend payer, and chewing into market share with only 1.2% and could easily treble that within 2 years turnover 1-2 billion per annum with the 1b possible in the next 12-18 months.It's the stuff of dreams yet we languish on a 2023 PE of around 7 Plenty more gas in the tank for multi bagging from this level as well as a growing dividend
Posted at 27/11/2023 15:43 by sparky333
Well nearly into Dec and last 4 weeks of the year. Utter madness to sell a winner like YU.Each to there own I suppose and would be very funny if a TU dropped
Posted at 23/11/2023 08:41 by tradertrev
On the subject of cash and dividends, spare a thought for Jet2 shareholders where the company just disclosed net cash of £1,821m and declared an interim dividend of 4p out of H1 eps of 231p. To be fair the net cash includes customer deposits of around £1,090m and they expect to lose money in the seasonally weak second half.
Apologies for off-topic!
Posted at 22/11/2023 18:01 by fidra
Interesting posts on LSE today .
A lot of chat about the cash being generated,and what should be done with it .
Dividends or share buy back or both.

Which almost seams surreal when we are down today ,on theliberium note ( unseen by me),the level of cash that is being generated at present and in the next two years alone makes a mockery of where we are .

One day markets will wake up.I suspect that will be in January with the update and March with the results.

A dividend increase would be welcome or a special dividend.
Posted at 01/11/2023 15:43 by disc0dave46
This was very painful, taking a filter off. And some keyboard warriors question what I post even if taken from memory and 0.1% out.
Some can clearly post misleading info and took constant challenges to finally get after a few days that yes 7.5% margin is not PAT but EBITDA.

Doobzright.png24 Oct '23 - 08:38 - 3435 of 3749
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Still confident of that 1500 by next year sparks?
Sparky333 - 24 Oct 2023 - 10:37:48 - 3436 of 3750 Possibly the share of 2023 - YU.
Totally 145p EPS , £50m+ in cash

Cheapest profitable company I can think off.

PE of 8 revivals 15-20

Sparky333 - 24 Oct 2023 - 19:00:51 - 3442 of 3750 Possibly the share of 2023 - YU.
Some pretty bold comments for someone who is a bull on cake box.

Love the subtle comments on margins. Not heard that nugget before.

Wafer thin apparently I think you need to read the RNS I would not call 7.5% net margin wafer thin, pretty impressive for an essential commodity not like cakes or clothes that are sentiment or free cash flow biased for families which are actually wafer thin if none existent.

Just wait for the next set of results or trading update which will make an even bigger mockery of the share price

disc0dave46right.png24 Oct '23 - 20:05 - 3446 of 3749 Edit
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Not arguing with the value here, have posted that. Plus not arguing about blah blah blah either.
You haven’t said how you get a net profit margin of 7.5%?, or that you actually do hold?.

Sparky333 - 26 Oct 2023 - 15:33:46 - 3502 of 3750 Possibly the share of 2023 - YU.
How is ramping a profitable company heading for a PE of 6 with £50m in cash and MC of only 160m ramping.

Float away because this company isn’t a debt ridden non profitable tech start up
Posted at 29/10/2023 12:31 by markiemark321
Thank you for the revised share dilution figure. That is exactly my point. 10 percent since floating. Hardly a DVRG is it. Plus many more.Whilst you like to focus on the negatives, for the link you have provided. What about all the positives mentioned, including this one.Below Fair Value: YU. (£10) is trading below our estimate of fair value (£34.67)Significantly Below Fair Value: YU. is trading below fair value by more than 20%.Balanced view please Dave. Enjoy this lovely sunny Autumn day :-)
Posted at 27/10/2023 10:34 by markiemark321
Good morning Dave. Correct, the article doesn't mention YU. Just very close similarities.Most jam tomorrow companies or A/I you mention don't trade on a current p/e of 6. Soon to be a trailing p/e. Most are loss making, in debt and burning through cash like no tomorrow. With constant fund raises and share dilution until complete wipeout. I have been there.YU. is the complete opposite. No cash call's, no share dilution, except for some small performance related options, profitable and growing rapidly with a massive market to tap into. Yes we all know how things can change rapidly in the markets.But for now i like very much what i see and YU. ticks the boxes for me. I'm here for the long term. You pays your money... Good luck all, where ever you invest.
Posted at 25/10/2023 02:02 by lauders
Been following YU. for a while now disc0dave46 and while Sparky333 is rather lively and does post frequently it would appear he is a genuine long term holder who is probably quite right to be ultra-bullish given the return he has no doubt received "in paper" so far as he has not sold anything. I think I would be pretty bullish too if I were in his shoes:

Sparky333 20 Sep '23 - 11:14 - 11518 of 11606 0 1 0

Ups and downs mean nothing to me as I do not trade.

50p to 900 in 5 years - 18 bagger

I think I beat traders hands down and now getting dividends.

Interim dividend announced Tuesday, yes please.

Oh and the best has to come as YU have only now started to aggressively ramp up as clients from 26000 to 39000 in 6 months.

Could be 50,000 by year end and turnover way over £500m.

Show me another share performing like that

I nearly bought in on the dips at just over 400p and 600p but would have needed to sell some losers to raise the funds and didn't pull the trigger! Wish I did now, but still "watching". Now I am concerned about a possible double top, but will probably be regretting not pulling the trigger again when it reaches 20000p!

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