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I continue to believe in Headlam Group

I know that many people believe this area is a bit boring, but I continue to really like Headlam Group (HEAD) which describes itself as ‘Europe’s leading floorcoverings distributor’. I last wrote positively about the stock HERE, as it happens just a few hours before I ended up in hospital until just before Christmas. I see reader Steve B wrote a positive agreement piece with my November thought and has made a further positive return year-to-date in the 2021 readers tip competition. Even nicer for us both is to see the performance of Headlam Group’s shares in March. So is there still room to be excited here or is it time to take the profits and run?

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This Sparky Company's Shares Crunched in March, but July's UK Revenue was Improving on Last Year's...

Hello, Share Pickers. The lockdown seems to have made more people appreciate their homes, rather than get fed up with them. So any company which aims to make interiors more attractive might be expected to shine these days. With that in mind, may I draw your attention to Headlam Group (HEAD), a floorcoverings company? The latest figures bear out what I’ve just opined, as this company’s July revenue in Blighty is up on last year’s…

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Victoria plc – “Results To Meet Expectations”… Or Not?...

“FY Trading Update: Results To Meet Expectations” announcement commencing “Victoria PLC (LSE: VCP) the international designers, manufacturers and distributors of innovative floorcoverings is pleased to provide the following trading update”. At the company’s prior year-end, the shares were well above 700p and it was “confident it will deliver another year of significant, earnings-accretive growth in the 2018/19 financial year”, with also “geographic and product diversification, coupled with the low operational gearing inherent in the business, reduces the group's overall operational risk”… The shares are now below 550p. Hmmm…

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Victoria – argues positive, but how ‘temporary’ can raw material price increase absorption & lower margin product focus really be?

Floorcoverings company Victoria (VCP) has updated including “introduction of lower margin, volume products” and “temporarily absorbed, rather than passed on, substantial increases in underlay raw material prices”, though argues “the board looks forward to a successful 2020 financial year”. Hmmm…

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Headlam - quiet day shocker as I talk about a small cap

With a relative dearth of larger cap news out today I turn my attention to Headlam (HEAD), which is apparently 'Europe's largest distributor of floorcoverings, providing the distribution link between suppliers and customers across the UK and Continental Europe'.

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