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Asos Plc Share Chat (ASC)

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asos Plc LSE:ASC London Ordinary Share GB0030927254 ORD 3.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -76.00p -2.85% 2,595.00p 2,598.00p 2,601.00p 2,667.00p 2,579.00p 2,667.00p 1,008,551 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 1,150.8 47.5 44.4 58.4 2,165.01

Asos Plc Share Discussion Threads

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11/2/2016
18:28
Like a lot of people sitting on cash, they have a sort of Greedy for bigger falls (sorry but they are). Yes I know I'm a holder of this share, but it does not mean I have no more cash to invest if I felt like it. Eventually FEAR will over take our GREED and we'll begin to FEAR that we have missed the boat. There will be a point where FEAR takes over and people will panic buy rather than miss out. I guess we need to ask ourselves: "Are we at the FEAR point yet?"
netcurtains
11/2/2016
15:52
Is 2600 a new bottom UU - Benny asks?
donaferentes
10/2/2016
15:22
Too right Vauch
maloneyt
10/2/2016
13:17
A crooked one
vauch
10/2/2016
11:54
Markets in Europe go down, we go down accordingly. They go up by 2.35%, we go up less than 1% !!! what kind of a market is this ???
maloneyt
10/2/2016
10:15
Netflix for clothes: Retailers could soon be offering a monthly subscription service that lets you rent new outfits off the rail HTTP://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3439932/Retailers-offer-subscription-service-lets-rent-outfits.html
harebridge
09/2/2016
19:48
I think Netcurtains has lost the plot. Anyway, a nice recovery over the pond with US Indices bodes well for this & others tomorrow. Good luck!
harebridge
09/2/2016
18:45
Hi Morsie2: I upticked you comment - I'm sure its meant well - but there is no way someone can ramp or deramp a share as big as ASOS on a message board thread with about 10 active users, all of whom are already in or out. LOL... I'm an investor not a daytrader. When I say its going up - its going up!!!! Perhaps it did not today - but its going to blow soon, I feel it in my water. What I don't know about financial markets isn't worth knowing. You get a quant to come up with a couple of equations, you then run them into a monti-carlo simulator. You dislike the output, so you typex it out and put some numbers that look right, and pass the info back to the traders, who don't bother reading it anyway as they are buzy trying to do musical chairs with their cv. I'm glad that you appear to think its irrational sell ASOS.
netcurtains
09/2/2016
16:38
Remember the great quote "the market can stay irrational for longer than you can stay solvent"
moorsie2
09/2/2016
16:32
Sir - you have lost your bet for today - ASOS has closed down today not up as you predicted. You know very very little about the financial markets and your posts are nothing more than ramps that are misleading to other naive investors who erroneously mistake your brashness for insight and intelligence. You should come with a wealth warning!!
moorsie2
09/2/2016
13:42
netcurtains - please listen - it is not to do with the sales or how good a company it is or not. The market is based on sentiment - when things are good hot money follows hot areas to drive up valuations to unachieveable multiples of future earnings like ASOS When thing are bad then the high multiples are attacked as they are the most unlikely to happen. It is simple business sense and risk versus market sentiment
moorsie2
09/2/2016
13:25
I would have thought a share like ASOS that had a good lead to christmas, a good christmas and a good january sale and a bright future ahead of it should be going up not down. The market is insane. How can a sane person pick a share? Lets be honest, its better to put money in the premium bonds (I'm not joking) , you get the equivalent of about 2% interest (in prizes) and can win a million quid without any risk whatsoever. What is the point of doing anything else? If asos can't head north no share can,
netcurtains
09/2/2016
13:00
Thank you for some sanity here Hosede
moorsie2
09/2/2016
12:01
Some of you guys amaze me! Can't you grasp that we're in a major (worldwide) bear market and it doesn't really matter a toss what this Co. does, the share price will fall (over the next 9-15 months) - probably until the PE is in single figures.
hosede
09/2/2016
08:47
lets have a 1 day wager... It will end down imho
moorsie2
09/2/2016
08:12
CityAM free newspaper. Says "Retailers happy... Sales picking up well". Http://www.cityam.com/234088/uk-retail-sales-climbed-in-january-according-to-data-from-the-british-retail-consortium-and-kpmg We should be heading NORTH today.
netcurtains
08/2/2016
18:40
following quote on bbc tonight US tech stocks with with hefty valuations, have continued to slide on Monday after a sell-off on Friday, dragging the Nasdaq Composite index down 2.8% to its lowest point for nearly 18 months. Facebook is 5% lower and Salesforce.com is off 8%. Michael James, managing director of equity trading at Wedbush Securities, says: "I think we're in an environment right now of shoot first, ask questions later. That's the mentality of technology investors right now - any disappointment is being taken out to the woodshed." Avondale Partners analyst Randle Reece says: "I think that what we see is a crisis in valuation for the highest multiple stocks, where valuations ... had been driven too far for thematic reasons, what investors perceived as the hottest growth areas." Although not tech - this is a high multiple stock that attracted hot money over the last few years. This is a cert for shorting... Easy money tomorrow ..
moorsie2
08/2/2016
10:52
harebridge: I don't really remember no. I thought it ended with me being more or less vindicated (not sure though as people like to see what they want to see). I have both ASOS and Boohoo. Making quite good money on BooHoo and making a loss on ASOS. I don't like BooHoo that does not mean I'm not entitled to make money on it. Im not that big a fan of Asos either - I think the Amazon portal modal is old fashioned (as I went into quite a lot of detail over the weekend) and on the way out. Why post just positive stuff what is the point??? Are you REALLY suggesting that what is put on these THREADS with about 10 to 20 active users can really have any meaningful affect? We're investors not football fans or day traders... Pull yourself together..
netcurtains
08/2/2016
10:27
Netcurtains, stop pretending that you are invested in Boohoo. You've fallen in love with ASOS, which is down trending & you obviously missed the huge rise in Boohoo.Remember that you were run off the Boohoo thread & reported for the following lies:Netcurtains - 11 Jan 2016 - 18:41 - 1124 of 1422 - 0Tonight's evening standard doesn't think tomorrow's news will be that good and indeed they think the price will fall a couple of pennies. They also said the warehouse fire might have some negative effect.Anyway, too late for me to sell now. Its all on the results!!!From what I understand Boo is quite widely used "up north" but not so much in London. ASOS is way bigger down here.Good luck all holders!
harebridge
08/2/2016
10:21
No problem - good luck to you and best wishes
moorsie2
08/2/2016
10:08
Moorsie2: I think you overestimate how much money I put into shares or how much weekly swings have any meaning to me. I'm not a day trader. Sorry. I just like writing about shares. Sorry if I gave you the wrong idea. This share, will, i suspect , fly once results are out.
netcurtains
08/2/2016
09:58
I hope you have a hard hat netcurtains - this decline is going to be very painful for you. You are too emotionally blinded by this company and are not looking at the fundamental numbers and valuation multiple to earnings.
moorsie2
07/2/2016
22:25
The Guardian lol! Has to be accurate then!
harebridge
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