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|Still creeping up - extraordinary that punters see these figures as good. I guess you can fool some of the people all of the time|
|Shockingly bad announcement today
As said above - all about revenue growth but nothing on profit.
They state that their margin has gone done by 30bps but state as according to plan! Has anyone seen such a plan?? I haven't and I rechecked previous announcements and Annual Reports
There is only one benefit of growth with no profit and that is getting the money to finance the infrastructure growth. However this is a very fickle business - there is no lock in for customers i.e. they will buy future products from whoever is offering the cheapest price and best service in the future. You are at the mercy of the latest company who is prepared to grow sales by losing money!
It looks like a Ponzy scheme as an investment and the renumeration being taken by the senior management is obscene compared to the profit of the company!!|
|I don't get the insane values given here. This crew cannot their act together and start driving costs down and profit up. 5% profit increase would make them millions, install huge confidence, drive the share price They are continually driving their garment suppliers price down, yet margin does not improve, so where is the money going?Poor mangement of staff costs?They also have a massive stock pile of returned goods, I would love to know what the write off for that is.....must be a way of attacking that crippeing cost factor, not only written off garments, but all associated costs with it, garment return, funds return, administration or it all...Must be do-able, just look at boohoo....|
|It's all down to 'Price Investment' which is really just another way of saying discounting. A corporate investment delivers long-term returns for an initial outlay. Lower prices just drive higher short term sales. As soon as the prices go up the sales go down again.|
|Another trading statement all about turnover. They seem fixated by it - no P/L, Balance sheet or cashflow statement. according to AFNs financial figures, turnover has doubled in four years but profits halved - what is the point?
Looks like the resistance at £55 is going to hold and I guess it will drift down from here thru lack of interest.|
|Flying, leaky ship??|
|W7 International not correctly configured for mobile browsing, which I thought would be key to their target market. Still wishing me a Very Berry Christmas (Little late in the season) and key promotion is best 2016. Where is all the new season stuff? Margin on cosmetics is tight and postage cost as a percentage of product price is high. Very difficult to get consistently right. Also offering a single brand and we all know how fickle fashion is. Can't see a strong argument for investing here|
|But, asos are delivering huge investor returns in the sp, no argument there. Not a share to trade, deffo a holding investment!|
|Burb chart also awesome|
|Anyone else enjoyed doubling their investment in the last 12 months? Looking forward to another 25% this year.|
|400mill profit but no dividend|
|Jak......I don't care if they run down the street naked, I bought at 40p, now 140p and climbing. I predict it will surpass asos by mid 2020 given current growth rate. Should they be successful in the nastygal.com bid, that date could move up to 2019.The beauty is they make profit, and based on current margin, that would mean 400mln profit once they hit 4bln t/o.....happy days.|
|telbap: No no no - MYSL.L (Mysale).... Australia - big in OZ makes it Brexit Proof|
|Boohoo is the way forward ;-)|
|big London office for 40m is a reckless move|
|Why was such a big announcement of new hires and a 40M investment in office space in London not a materially important announcement requiring a market RNS????
40M in office refurb is almost 1 year's profit for this company!!!!!|
|That good news for 1500 people
BUT what about the share price|
|What goes on here ?
sp falls through the floor
Asos is the leading online fashion website
Superdry goes up 57p
Perhaps a share split with dividend is needed to boost the market.
Ive held these for a few years with NO DIVIDEND
We need an share price of £60 quickly|
I only stake small amounts - it is so volatile. But £55 is pretty close to a Fib 61.8% of the drop from the all time high - I expect to hold|
|asos share price predicted 30% gain|
|For those who have been here ffrom the very beginning, well done to you!It may be worth having a look at Koovs EPIC: KOOV, it's the same story line but an Indian based online retailer, India has been progressing extremely fast recently and so has this share, Koovs have all the Bollywood Celebs signed up for promoting and the managment team are Ex Asos, yes the same managment team who made Asos what it is now with the strong foundation, Koovs is currently in the fundraising stages so if you have some cash may be worth tucking in.Good Luck to those who have as I have already gained a fair bit and in no rush to sell.|
|Horsede......wow what a reversal, would not want to be day trading this.|