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|General market sentiment with U.K. Consumer facing stocks. I'm sure on reflection in a couple of years these will look bargain levels. Fill your boots!|
|Does any one know why over the last month or so this has steadily ticked down ?
The latest broker forecast I have is from Shore Capital who on 30th Sept 2016 said they expect 2017 eps to be 20.5p followed by a rise to 24.4p in 2018. These were pretty much bang in line with consensus. Seems a cheap share ... a single digit PE with good growth prospects and a 6%+ yield.|
|"At the final results in July, management stated that it was very confident in the outlook for the business and this was reflected in the 14% increase in the dividend, as well as increased guidance on synergies following the transformational acquisitions of Matthew Clark and Bibendum. Since then, we expect that confidence has not changed and our view remains that the risks still lie to the upside in terms of more synergies emerging over time. The size and clout of CVR in the UK drinks market is not fully reflected in the valuation and the shares continue to trade at a significant discount to the peer group." - Zeus Capital via Research Tree|
|Yes Conviviality on a forward pe of 10 and a 5.7% prospective yield Totally different proposition than Majestic as CVR are now predominately drinks wholesalers with a franchised retail side.Excellent management as well I think lead by the very experienced Diana Hunter.|
|Hard to buy in any decent quantity.Anyway have dipped my toe now with the intention of adding once the shares become available at a decent price.|
|Down a little today ... maybe due to Majestic Wine profit warning ?
Would seem strange as Majestic's problems are in the USA and with a 'posh booze' B2B subsiduary. They were also highly rated with a 2017 P/E of 25 dropping to 18.8 prior to todays update.
I prefer the cheap stuff myself :)|
|Some great acquisitions Matthew Clark etc, but the debt this company has incurred makes this share overpriced|
|Took a position on 18/7/2016 the day of Conviviality PLC Final Results http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/conviviality-CVR/share-news/Conviviality-PLC-Final-Results/71984900
Results morning it opened up 10 pence so had to pay £1.88p sold £2.28p.. I almost sold earlier as Market Makers really manipulated about with this one, repeatedly selling small amounts of shares 1, 3, 7, 14, 45, for several morning, consequently the price was down each time they performed|
|I also paid 221p today, having read Johns Investment Chronicle. The yield is attractive for sure but so to is the management team.|
|Took an initial position here @221p earlier this afternoon in my high yield ISA. While the forward trading prospects look good the real clincher was the projected yield of 5.4%.|
|Because I was thinking about buying some more, I didn't, and now I'm being punished.... :(|
|Anyone know why this popped today ?|
|Almost three times the number shares bought than sold and the price is down 5 pence ???|
|Looks well undervalued to me. I can easily imagine three quid plus in a years time. Decent dividend whilst one waits for that to boot.
Remember Mathew Clarke from the early days, huge cash cow.|
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|Zak Mir on today's master investor says shares could reach 285. Ireland have April 17 eps at 20.3p and 23.3p for April 18. Their target is 300p which would be 15 times this year's eps and 13 next. Both targets look attainable.|
|This one's going to carry on. Quality mgmt, definitely back them to make value add acquisitions|
|Yes very good indeed....hTTp://ow.ly/lzoS500tY0C|
|Nice update sales up 137%|
|Your a little late aimstocks1 :))|
|MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Our off-licence tip Conviviality Retail is the toast of the City as it seeks to grow
15th May 2016