Posts in LSE:VCP

Victoria - Strategy Continues To Deliver Strong Growth

Victoria’s management continues to drive revenue and margin growth through a combination of acquisition, closer integration of operations and organic growth. Having completed four acquisitions during FY17, the group now intends to strengthen its presence in mainland Europe and is embarking on a major restructuring of the UK manufacturing and logistics operations. The shares trade on prospective multiples that reflect the anticipated rate of earnings growth.
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Why this AIM growth stock could be a better buy than ASOS plc

Is there a better AIM market growth stock than ASOS (LSE:ASC)? The online fashion retailer has risen by 207% over the last five years and by a whopping 1,495% since its flotation in September 2008.

Those are hard figures to beat. But floor covering group Victoria (LSE:VCP) has managed it. Victoria share price has risen by 975% over the last five years, when adjusted for last year's five-for-one share split.

Broker Forecast - finnCap issues a broker note on Victoria PLC

finnCap today reaffirms its corporate investment rating on Victoria PLC (LON:VCP) and raised its price target to 530p (from 500p).

Victoria notes manufacturing, logistics reorganisation

Victoria Plc is reorganising its UK manufacturing footprint and logistics operations principally to increase production capacity and improve service levels for customers.

2 growth stocks you could retire on

Carpets may not be the most exciting product to peddle, but for shareholders of UK carpeting manufacturer Victoria (LSE:VCP), there will be no complaining. Shares of the firm are up over 800% in the past five years after an ambitious management takeover saw the once sleepy firm embark on a dramatic buying spree that has rapidly consolidated the highly fragmented industry.

2 super growth stocks that could fast-track your financial independence

Picking the right growth stocks could lead to rapid increases in wealth and the possibility of financial independence. Assuming recent performance can continue (which, alas, can never be guaranteed), here are two companies I think could move you closer to realising this goal.

On the mend

Holders of innovative flooring purveyor Victoria (LSE:VCP) will have enjoyed a superb rise in the shares over the last year despite the many political shocks that have played out. Although yesterday's dip will have hurt, they're still up significantly since last June.

Director Deals - Victoria PLC (VCP)

Alexander Anton, Non Executive Director, has transferred in 418,650 shares in the company on the 12th June 2017 at a price of 0.00p. The Director now holds 494,025 shares.

NOTE: Now benefiially interested in these shares.

Director deals data provided by www.directorsholdings.com

AIM's biggest stars since Trump's election win

AIM's biggest stars since Trump's election win

An incredible 49 AIM shares have doubled since Donald Trump won November's US presidential elections. David Brenchley names the standout performers.

Director Deals - Victoria PLC (VCP)

Geoff Wilding, Chairman, sold 4,000,000 shares in the company on the 25th April 2017 at a price of 460.00p. The Director now holds 26,438,650 shares.

NOTE: Connected party. Sold to meet institutional demand.

Director deals data provided by www.directorsholdings.com

2 dirt-cheap stocks you can’t afford to ignore

Finding shares with a mix of growth and value appeal is more challenging now than ever. After all, the FTSE 100 is close to a record high and the outlook for the UK and global economies is somewhat uncertain. However, there are still shares which offer high growth at relatively low prices. Here are two prime examples which could be worth buying right now.