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FID - Fiducian Group

Discussion in 'Stocks 0-H' started by piggybank, Jan 2, 2014.

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  1. rnr

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    FID re ASF 2019-02-23.png

    Is FID set to bounce back from around the $4.93 - $5.05 range.
    The ATH is $5.59.
    As a word of caution - Volume is very low (MA15 is just over 30K).
     
  2. Ann

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    Rob, what is FIDs sector?
     
  3. rnr

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    Hi Ann,
    Had a bit of a fossick and from what I could gather it is included in the Financials Sector.
     
  4. Ann

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    I am watching the $XXJ closely Rob, it is just under but touching the 200 day SMA. I am thinking if this fails to push above then it may take a few financials down with it. If it gets above and stays above the 200DSMA then it could give some of the financials a bit of a kick up as well, this included.
    FID appears to be running pretty hard, it has just fallen back from a double top from August 2018 and it has another double top to overcome from back in November 2017.
    The NVI (thank you for the heads-up on this it is awesome!) is certainly looking very good the PVI is looking as though none of the prats want in any more and the Twiggs Money Flow appears to have flattened off a bit, which is interesting with the stock flying high as it is.

    I did a very brief bit of FA on this, couldn't find what their actual holdings are with a quick glance but I did find how their various portfolios are doing. I am not great at this stuff but to my uneducated FA eye it looks as though they aren't doing all that well but I may be misreading. I also wonder how their fees for management stack up against a simple ETF.

    Results to 31 January 2019

    ...and a chart

    FID 23.2.19.png
     
  5. rcm617

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    Reported cashflow for the third Q19 this morning. Revenue and Cashflow tracking about 10% above the first 3 quarters last year. Revenue at $42.388m compared with $37.18 last year and operating cashflow at $7.911m compared with $7.119m last year for the 3 quarters. Small decrease in their growth rate but probably not to bad considering the tough environment in the last six months.
     
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    Seems to be taking off again after consolidating since the lift after HY 19 results. Looking back at the chart over the last few years most of the gains in shareprice seem to be around results time.
     
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    Thinly traded but the Cup & Handle has triggered...or I should say Cup without Handle...yet. Target $7.70. Nice risk reward.

    I hold.

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