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Halfords shares are still set to continue motoring along

A few weeks into 2023 , I observed that “it is time to (finally) buy a few Halfords (HFD) shares on behalf of my pension fund”. The shares back then were in the lower 180s pence and ended this week at 205p. That is not too shabby, especially as shares in the “UK's largest retailer of motoring and cycling products and services” also yield more than 4% and the company continues to impress me whenever I walk past one of its stores…


Will I be smart enough to listen to my own views on shares in Halfords Group this time?!

About five months ago HERE  I concluded that I was a buyer of Halfords Group (HFD), the “largest retailer of motoring and cycling products in the United Kingdom”. That would have been very wise, as the then c.140p share is today more than 210p.  However - as I have plenty of capability to be an idiot - I did not follow my own advice!  So, how do I feel about its interim results out a few days ago…?


Think Bike. Think Halfords. Think Possible Rising Share Price

Hello Share Shufflers. Good old Halfords (HFD) is a household name that still survives on the high street. It’s just released a 20-week trading update that’s rather encouraging. And we shouldn't be surprised because the company is taking advantage of some growing trends in both the cycle and the car world.

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