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berenberg gives AUTO a good kicking by valeite

  Wed, 17 May 2017 15:56:00 GMT
downgrades to sell with a price target £3.5....hence the weakness today
By valeite

deutche upgrades to... by valeite

  Fri, 31 Mar 2017 19:06:00 GMT
....buy and gives a price target pf £4.35
By valeite

credit suisse turns bearish by valeite

  Fri, 10 Mar 2017 12:56:00 GMT
great business though AUTO is credit suisse targets £3.6 for various reasons(basically too much blue sky in the valuation) .personally a unique business model like AUTO is worth paying for so i'm holding
By valeite

NEW ARTICLE: European shares are cheap: Time to get greedy? by II Editor

  Mon, 27 Feb 2017 09:30:00 GMT
"Investors retreated from European stocks throughout 2016, with market sentiment close to its lowest level since the 2011-2012 sovereign debt crisis. Then, as now, political and macroeconomic uncertainty is the primary source of anxiety.Amid ..."

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By II Editor

Share buy back by SamFred

  Tue, 31 Jan 2017 10:03:00 GMT
Are we nearing the end of the Share Buy Back Program, by my reckoning it must be close.
By SamFred

Final Results by Simbr

  Thu, 09 Jun 2016 09:59:00 GMT
Zeus Capital note out this morning on Research Tree: "Final results from Auto Trader contain few surprises and were marginally ahead of our forecasts on most measures. Cash conversion was better, net debt was lower, which will result in a rolling share buyback programme as anticipated. Ahead of the analyst meeting, we do not anticipate significant changes to our forecasts. Our view on the stock has not changed, and we continue to view BCA Marketplace as a better alternative to play the sector with genuine structural growth opportunities on a pan European basis."
By Simbr

NEW ARTICLE: Auto Trader motors after profits beat by II Editor

  Wed, 17 Feb 2016 16:07:00 GMT
"It's been nearly 12 months since LSE:AUTO:Auto Trader sped onto the stockmarket at 235p, and what a year it's been. While many investors nurse their losses, the car-buying website has surged by over half - it had nearly doubled at one stage last ..."

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By II Editor

Re: Today's trades by David121

  Mon, 08 Feb 2016 09:38:00 GMT
About 60% buys to 40% sales but any idea why the price drop today?
By David121

Today's trades by OwDo

  Thu, 20 Aug 2015 08:57:00 GMT
Does any body know the percentage of today's buys to sells? because most seem to be automatic trades.
By OwDo

Motley Fool recommendation - why? by keirfamily

  Wed, 19 Aug 2015 15:59:00 GMT
AUTO was the Motley Fool 'Fire' recommendation this week; they praised the management and 'moat' in particular, with the company 'clearly dominant' and having a 'robust network'. This may have contributed to today's slight rise, as a few followers dived in.

Comments on the fundamentals , however, would be greatly appreciated.
P/E seems rather high ...
By keirfamily

Re: TOO MANY ALTERNATIVES? by Blanketstacker

  Mon, 23 Mar 2015 06:51:00 GMT
I now know I may well be wrong here. Overt he last three days I have been trying to get hold of a particular type of small car. I contacted around half a dozen vendors from each of seven sites. I used AUTO, Gumtree, EBay, Pistonheads and three essentially local sites. Responses varied, but ALL the cars on AUTO were already sold. So either AUTO is padding its listings by keeping sold vehicles on it, or it is still the best place to go to sell. It may well be very interesting to keep an eye on how this develops. Diversification will be the key.
By Blanketstacker

Re: TOO MANY ALTERNATIVES? by Clarence Beaks

  Thu, 19 Mar 2015 19:12:00 GMT
Most use either AT or Pistonheads.

CB
By Clarence Beaks

Re: TOO MANY ALTERNATIVES? by Blanketstacker

  Thu, 19 Mar 2015 11:34:00 GMT
I think they are just slicing the salami thinner. Farm equipment etc was always listed on the old all-inclusive site. I must admit i still visit the site for information, but it is no longer my first port of call to buy. Good luck to all here.
By Blanketstacker

Re: TOO MANY ALTERNATIVES? by WANTPAYINGONTIME

  Thu, 19 Mar 2015 09:25:00 GMT
Trouble is they are the most recognised brand. Agreed that a lot of dealers are now using it to ship excess stock and a lot of private people don't use it any more...But they have diversified so its farm machinery, vans so still plenty of scope
By WANTPAYINGONTIME

TOO MANY ALTERNATIVES? by Blanketstacker

  Thu, 19 Mar 2015 07:31:00 GMT
I buy and sell the occasional car. I always used to use Autotrader for both activities. I no longer use then to sell. They are too expensive and there are too many alternatives, many of which are free at the point of use. The site is also now geeting cluttered up by professional traders. who advertise at a discount if buying space in bulk. I think this may well be a dying business, and will be keeping well clear. The real mark of ultimate decline was probably when the hard copy ceased to be printed a year or two back. I miss seeing the magazine stuffed in the front of a Transit screen, next to the Sun and the Spar sandwiches wrapper!
By Blanketstacker