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|BOO, s Warehouse costs per sq m are reduced from 19 pounds to 15 compared to high st shops rates going up,according to Daily Mail. Many high st shops are paying 300+ pounds per sq m. BOO was described as an online Giant in clothing sector with 1000 workers and turnover of touching 200 mil. Impressive.|
|And at Gatwick.....|
|On ebay too, adds all the time.|
|Always the first adverts you see in Manchester Airport, all over TV, seem to be everywhere!|
|"a shop in every house"
I like it rick
With substantially reduced overheads
Higher turnover of garments per consumer p.a.
With efficient distribution channels
But most if all....a loyal consumer base|
|Don't think Next will buy out BOO IMO,but BOO and Asos are doing a lot of damage to Next,M&S and other would be fashion High St shops.
I also think £2 is not so far away for BOO with all the expansions,advertising and innovative moves she is making.|
|Agree with everyones view on this. Boohoo is probably more akin to Primark, but online!
Quality is not the greatest but people are happy with a few wears then to pass them on.|
|iew Event Date Event Opportunity Type Close at Event Target Price Range
20 Mar 2017 Commodity Channel Index Short-Term Bullish 159.50 n/a
17 Mar 2017 Momentum Short-Term Bullish 156.75 n/a
13 Mar 2017 Flag (Bullish) Short-Term Bullish 154.75 165.00 - 168.00
03 Mar 2017 Commodity Channel IndexW Short-Term Bullish 152.75 n/a
24 Feb 2017 Short-term KST Short-Term Bullish 147.00 n/a|
|Got it, bamboo.
Thanks for your update target.|
|The general consensus (especially for women) is not to keep anything too long.
Wear a few times give to the charity shops.
If it is cost effective, buy and bin it and stay ahead of trend.|
|They want a shop in every house rather than on every high street. Every time I switch on the TV Sat/Sun see their adverts. Very clever stuff. They better hurry up and get that new warehouse built.|
|Horses for courses of course,but that quote was from The Mail not just a bb poster.
Point being BOO are moving with the times online,where as Next are stuck on the high streets and can't compete the same to new shopping habits.|
|I'm a long time investor but I really can't see them as a serious challenger to next. I bought a pair of chinos earlier in the year from BOO and they were nowhere near the quality of a standard pair of Next chinos. My missus buys an inordinate amount from BOO too, but it's throw away stuff rather than workwear|
|Maybe Next will buy us ;-)|
|Glad I invested some time back when many commentators didn't rate it.
BOO mentioned in D Mail today as a competitor to Next and beating them through being online and with much lower overheads. Next will struggle against the likes of BOO it said.|
|albert3591...it wasn't always like this. Thanks go to paulypilot for setting up and monitoring this thread. There were a whole load of spacecadets on the old thread.|
|This is some board,astronomic/stellar share price performance,no rockets or fanfares just sensible posts by people who know what they are on about.Long may it continue,my hats off to you all.|
|choo choo boohoo to 220|
|Sogo, chart pattern says 168.|
|Might need your hanky out again TTB|
|Merd....sold out at 145, thought we were going to get trounced. Glad to see you all motoring on, next stop 200p ,:-)|
|Bit scary jumping straight up to 158p from 156p. Enough to give one a nose bleed... :0)|
You've been here 17 yeears and you don't do irony? :-)|
|Think it was tongue in cheek, however nice to see a new high.|
|TTB... how is 1.57 an ASSAULT from 1.56?
Surely that's a 'STEP' to 1.57?
I'd like to see an assault on 1.75 to be honest!|