|19 Nov 2014||jscowi||I'm thinking of a main listing & nice divi in a year or two, all subject to international roll out & combi boiler.
I can then retire! read more...|
|Thu 12:10||paxman||None of the large manufacturers will do anything price wise until Flow reach a 5% or greater share of the market.
Large companies quite rightly work on spreadsheets and quarterly budgeting.
If they cut their boiler price from say £1,500 to £1,000 ( cost of goods £750) to combat the upstart Flow ( with 1% of the market in 2015%) they've cut industry UK boiler profits by 75%. A change of... read more...|
|Thu 10:04||cyberbub||But they can't drop their prices, because their boilers are inherently much more expensive designs... that's the point!Flow have a single model at present which clearly can only address part of the market - but they are already designing a 'combi' model which will address the mass market!As they reconfirm in today's newsletter, they expect production cost of all their boiler models to fall... read more...|
|Thu 09:59||edmondj||First reaction of British Gas/Baxi, and Vaillant, would more likely be to drop prices. IMO. read more...|
|18 Nov 2014||hannahh||Our new note on Flowgroup is available now on our website.
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|18 Nov 2014||johnwise||Brucie5 18 Nov'14 - 13:07 - 1517 of 1518 0 0
You should have done your home work and bought at 16.5 pence instead of de ramping this one now
Remember, DERAMPERS NEVER DERAMP A BAD SHARE. Watch the board for shares with no potential. They never have any derampers. Derampers only go after shares that are going upwards or have excellent potential to go up. Derampers get left behind, so they... read more...|