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|Crikey that brings a few things back toffee|
|HELLO! - I was attempting irony (unsuccessful - obviously)
BooHoo has as much in common with Amazon as a fish does with a bicycle (for those of you of a certain age :))|
|BOO advertising on ebay on the side of pages look at & searches.
Getting out there big time.
Up to 50% off Coats, Jackets, Boots & Knitwear
Up to 50% off Womens Workout Trainers
Up to 50% off Vans
Up to 40% off Timberland
Joules Welly Offer
Up to 70% off Big Brand Boots & Shoes
Up to 50% off Branded Jumpers & Cardigans
Big name brands now.|
|It's like chienese whispers.......will boohoo be the ultimate garment/accessories online retailer. Will they go sideways into home furnishings, look at the white company as example of a company who did the exact same thing, only the opposite direction.Why not take this blinkers off and look sideways at what's possible. Once this nastygal.com matter concludes, either way, 2017 will be an electric year for more than just tesla.|
|Boohoo, attractive TO Amazon|
Is Amazon drone delivery, or DHL for that matter, a credible practical means of delivery?|
|Was that a drone or a groan at how quickly BOO are moving.|
|Yeah - I heard that Boo are going into grocery delivery by drone in Q3.|
|Amazon started with books only online,then branched off into every thing. BOO start with clothes....then handbags,shoes....then everything. Wow|
|I think Boohoo/Amazon is a fair comparison, purely due to the fact that they can spin up so many different products in a short space of time. That agility could actually be attractive to Amazon.|
|As you say, grahamburn, I would lean to "save for being internet based and with potential for exponential growth"; for now. The rest is speculation (or my imagination).
However, I recall investing in Amazon when it was a loss-making bookseller where everyone said there was no way such a business, or business model, could be either a growth business or profitable. I note that BOO is profitable today. Of course, Amazon today is not the same business as Amazon was when it started out and BOO today is not the same business as Amazon is today. Mix those two elements up, 'tho, and.... forgive me my imagination ;-)
What is the likelihood BOO has the imagination to destabilise the whole retail fashion market? Maybe not very high unless they have the aspiration to do so. But, even giving it a 20% chance is good enough for me as an investor.
Destabilisation implies dynamics in strategy. Statics will, precisely, lead to stagnation. Any business, that has funding availability, that doesn't change and adapt to develop in its own way will likely not grow. Let's hope BOO is not one of those.|
|Cannot see any read-across in the markets and product range between BooHoo and Amazon (save for being internet based and with potential for exponential growth).
But maybe the bit in brackets above is what you really meant, though on an initial reading you seemed to be comparing the two as businesses per se.|
|BOO possibly the NEXT Amazon
I like that :)
In again today for more.|
|Sogosit......I agree Ted Baker is getting ahead of itself too. Boohoo/amazon ....wooo ooohhhh!! I bl@@dy well hope so!!I would retire 5 times over!|
|Agree telbap and panic your comments on NXT. I sold out in the year I discovered Next had an "out-of-town shop" in a Business Park next to an Audi & a Mercedes dealership (Guildford) which struck me as rather odd.
I think the next Next is probably TED.
I don't think BOO are anything like the current "conventional" retailers. Maybe BOO is more like a budding AMZN than a conventional clothes retailer? I see this as its closest competitor on a business model basis... but in 24/7 "Fashion". Who knows where that could lead?|
|Panic....bang on, NEXT will eventually dissappear if they don't drastically change the MO. This will be a shame as we need diversity. However, if you walk through most of the high street stores they are all offering the same story, bloody boring, NEXT originally broke that mould, smashed the competition with the directory but.more importantly the fresh style they brought.Anyway, enough of NXT!!Boohoo will be our next in 5 years ;-)|
|Absolutely, when the first brought out the Directory it smashed everyone - it's still the same format 20 years on !|
|Nah, every dog has its day, NEXT have to look within and have a shake down of its design dept. They have become a little stale, no cutting flavour like they had in the 80's and 90's .......they are a bit like M&S resting on the past.|
|Now that we know a bit more about Christmas sales, it is clear that most retailers did reasonably ok, with the exception of Next. Now why do we think that Next fared so poorly? Why because BOO is killing them, of course.|
|Feels like ASOS keeps going higher and higher confounding traditional metrics , remember magic number 70 , with the current growth revenue doubles in about a year and a half and PE halves , suddenly starts to look quite cheap as long as the growth continues , I think we are heading to two quid and who knows in five years .....|
|Some large trades going through.
I have taken profits on my holding as think the price is about to turn, but I am unsure of direction.
See what I mean?|
|Adverts on ebay too.|
|haven't seen boohooman.com advert before. boohoo taking over TFL advertising|