Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Boohoo.com LSE:BOO London Ordinary Share JE00BG6L7297 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.00p +0.62% 161.25p 160.75p 161.00p 162.00p 160.25p 161.25p 4,166,543.00 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 195.4 15.7 1.1 145.3 1,811.33

Boohoo Share Discussion Threads

Showing 7851 to 7875 of 7875 messages
Chat Pages: 315  314  313  312  311  310  309  308  307  306  305  304  Older
DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/3/2017
04:42
LuckyMouse - the weekly Chandelier is very similar to what I'm using, apart from I'm calculating the distance from the weekly low and looking at weekly closing prices. I'm actually using my own custom system which automates the process but it could be calculated manually very easily once a week. BOO has been consistently at or above the upper weekly Keltner channel for most of the past 12 months which is a good indicator of strength (and definitely non-random behaviour indicating fundamental driving factors behind the price moves). You'll find very few other stocks that come close to that. Of course, it's easy to see such things in the rear-view mirror! However, it is encouraging to see that we're still outside the upper Keltner channel even after the phenomenal gains so far and it hasn't even touched it's weekly exponential moving average for a very long time.
cycle2
29/3/2017
01:32
Cycle - interesting stuff - curious are you using something like Tradingview or ProRealtime to get your custom interval? What do you use to measure trend strength across all stocks? And is the ATR stop out a built in or manually calc'd system perhaps? Heres a trader using a manual method.. https://youtu.be/gkmGaS10bpQ And heres a Weekly Chandelier tuned for BOO.. http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=BOO.L&p=W&yr=3&mn=0&dy=0&id=p07871866968 TIA LM
luckymouse
28/3/2017
21:33
FWIW I have been trailing a 1.5 Weekly ATR stop from the weekly lows. It has kept me in this stock nicely since 25 pence (and many other purchases along the way). If you look at almost any strongly trending stock, 1.5 Weekly ATR from the weekly lows will keep you in (on a closing basis - not automatically stopped out if the stock dips below it and rallies again). This kind of stop is too wide for most people's tastes but I can guarantee that I would have exited several times if I had not been doing so. I'm very glad to have held in here - I know I would have exited most of my position around £1 and at several other points if not. To echo LuckMouse's comments - if you rank stocks by a measure of long term trend strength, BOO has been the highest ranking stock in the London Stock Exchange over the past year. It really is turning out to be a remarkable ride, propelled by increasing investor interest coming from a management team that continue to delight and surprise.
cycle2
28/3/2017
19:14
Hi Toffee - yes indeed - CE's are an ATR volatility based trailing stop - prob the best there is available to traders - and as such would have gotten you the meat of the move which is all traders want. Investing's a little different in that you are ideally trying to catch a whole growth life cycle as opposed to just a large move. So investors generally stay in until the growth RNS's change mood. Never the less, the two are intertwined, and borrow from each other. BOO is very unusual compared to the vast majority of stocks in that it has enjoyed such a sustained rise - what I call a High Sharpe Ratio asset (perf/volatility or risk). Hi Sharpe assets tend to break the rules and keep on going beyond belief. To answer your point, most assets aren't high Sharpe's and definitely dont move like this - so the CE saves your butt much of the time out in the nasty choppy real world. Plus you can always get back in of course having enjoyed the safety provided if the bullish sentiment continues. The post above was more an observation of the momentum - bearing in mind that the long and short osc's successfully nailed the btm.
luckymouse
28/3/2017
17:31
Hi LM If you used the CE - you would have been stopped out at 100, not been able to get back in at a lower price and be 60 points worse of then if you hadn't used it. Not sure I see the value.
toffeeman
28/3/2017
16:45
Still above the Chandelier Exit - but losing momentum click image upload
luckymouse
28/3/2017
10:48
1.20 a struggle to break... 1.40 a struggle to break...probably the same for 1.60.
analcime
28/3/2017
09:44
A penny here, a penny there.... before you know it you're talking real pounds ;-)!
sogoesit
27/3/2017
10:31
Holding up well ready for the next rise :)
au24
27/3/2017
09:37
I see Nasty Gal relaunched, two questions Does anyone know where it is run from UK OR USAHas anyone checked Instagram comments to see feedback as a little while ago at winddown it was disastrous
pt725
25/3/2017
10:01
What is Nescafe's biggest competitor? Gold Blend - same manufacturer
toffeeman
24/3/2017
18:21
Not really. Brand recognition is everything. You don't want to lose original brand recognition, and hence maybe support. That's why, for example, you don't see WhatsApp and Skype changed to Facebook and Microsoft, even though most people are dimly aware, presumably, that they are now the owners. :0)
taurusthebear
24/3/2017
18:16
So they're going to segment the business... be interesting to see how this all works. Difficult to judge the differentiation as I'm no fashion retailer but trusting in management to deliver. Impressed to see how quickly they've crossed the pond with this 'tho.
sogoesit
24/3/2017
13:33
https://twitter.com/harrilonghurst/status/844593204813058048
ragehammer
24/3/2017
13:31
Lots of Nasty Gal billboard posters on the tube at St Pancras this morning. First I've seen.
ragehammer
24/3/2017
12:40
Got to be launching senior ladies soon
rick678
24/3/2017
08:45
On wards and ever upwards.
au24
23/3/2017
20:21
We knew it would come... Great coverage in Cosmo hxxp://www.cosmopolitan.com/uk/fashion/style/a9173855/boohoo-wedding-dress-collection/
weller130
23/3/2017
20:11
Thanks. Yes understand I have both isa and trading accounts. Wasn't made aware of isa accounts until few years back but am so glad I did as bought boo at 29p and am still holding.
iggyb67
23/3/2017
19:54
iggyb67....not all share buyers use their isa allowance.Good to hear from a first time poster by the way.
albert3591
23/3/2017
19:47
Not if you wisely purchased using ISA account
iggyb67
23/3/2017
18:15
I would imagine there will be a few shares sold by some people soon,got to use cgt allowance I would think.
albert3591
23/3/2017
16:36
Nice day; I'll drink to that au24... with a Gin&FeverTree ;-)
sogoesit
23/3/2017
16:30
New high at close. More to come IMO.
au24
23/3/2017
15:03
Think this will go higher, but in the current market took profit.
bamboo2
Chat Pages: 315  314  313  312  311  310  309  308  307  306  305  304  Older
Your Recent History
LSE
GKP
Gulf Keyst..
LSE
QPP
Quindell
FTSE
UKX
FTSE 100
LSE
IOF
Iofina
FX
GBPUSD
UK Sterlin..
Stocks you've viewed will appear in this box, letting you easily return to quotes you've seen previously.

Register now to create your own custom streaming stock watchlist.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P:41 V: D:20170329 05:30:29