Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Distil LSE:DIS London Ordinary Share GB0030164023 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.05p 1.00p 1.10p 1.05p 1.05p 1.05p 88,266.00 07:30:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 1.2 -0.1 -0.0 - 5.25

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Distil Daily Update: Distil is listed in the Beverages sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DIS. The last closing price for Distil was 1.05p.
Distil has a 4 week average price of 1.10p and a 12 week average price of 1.23p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.48p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.83p.
There are currently 499,833,488 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 617,962 shares. The market capitalisation of Distil is £5,248,251.62.
haggismchaggis: There was a trading update on 15 September 2015. That was the third Monday of the month. This month that would be 20 September, 11 trading days away. Break-even or cash-flow positive would further boost the share price.
tagbot: This is looking very frisky today ,news starting to sink in maybe. Or the Don getting closer to a nice juicy deal for Redleg. If he can sell it which is what he intends then we could get a special divi of over 4 or 5 times the current share price.
someuwin: Shareprophets tipping DIS. Which is good, but I don't thing Gary Newman has fully ralised that the real value here is in the brands. Distil still offers longterm potential and is a buy By Gary Newman | Thursday 9 June 2016 Distil (DIS) was one of my tips for 2016 on ShareProphets, and the share price has performed very well so far this year, up 20% or so. The shares are now 1.15p mid. They will go far higher...
risk1: Look at that chart breaking out What will the share price get to with volume i wonder
lr2: Absolutely no idea Risk1. There could be a late buy trade displayed tomorrow morning for a couple of million shares and it would all make perfect sense. The trades system was designed to confuse. I'd rather concentrate on the company where progress indicates a profitable future. Long term the share price should rise, the short term is where the traders play and I just leave them to get on with it.
tagbot: Yes but it is a one off unique event play. You wont get in at the bottom once they announce a sale of Redleg or one of the other brands. They made their plans and strategy clear. Find then re package and re brand a brand of spirit. Build up its fanbase and then sell to the highest bidder. Grey Goose Vodaka is their model they were clear about this. Grey Goose sold for $1.8 billion. Nobody expects that amount for Redleg but £50m would be 10 times current value. £50m is within reach I think but even £10m implies a share price of north of 3p Perhaps it will fall somewhere between £10m and £50m with the chance it could really catch the imagination in the US and sell for much more. And thats just 1 brand they have about 6. So you buy now and sit and let them get on with it. I dont expect the rpice to do much until the day they announce a sale of Redleg. Then I expect it to be marked up pre open and possibly a large divi returned to those who got in before the event. Whats the downside? not a lot really. No debt and enough cash to tide them over and get Redleg up and running in the US. They like quirky named product in the US. It might just take off over there.
lr2: Risk1, that's impossible to know. Sometimes good companies get overlooked, sometimes bad companies get ramped to the heavens. Nobody can predict what might happen to a share price short term. Just find yourself some decent companies and, in time, the true value of them will surface.
lr2: Think you need to be a bit more specific in your question Risk1. Do you want Peter to just concentrate on Distil getting the US approval to sell RedLeg Rum? - A no-brainer positive in my mind as it not only opens up a truly massive new market but that market is relatively close to where the rum is produced too so should be a decent saving on transportation costs. Or are you thinking further back to Miton Group taking a 10% holding at a premium to the price back in March? - Don't often get placings at a premium these days, do we? Or how about the positive response from the company's appearance at the UK Investor show last month? - This video will give you the thoughts of Don Goulding if you missed it first time round - Https:// Or is it the figures in the last trading statement that you want his thoughts on? - Revenues up 66%, volumes up 76%, no debt etc. I'm feeling fairly positive these days. If Distil plc is a decent investment for a member of the Rothschild dynasty ( Baron Eric de Rothschild - Https:// ) then it's probably a decent investment for me too. Holding long and strong with an average share price paid at under 1p.
petersinthemarket: Very glad to see the company is still working hard, but overall not a report to get too excited about. Everything appears to be moving in the right direction, and we should be grateful for that, but for various good reasons the pace is not really fast enough to satisfy everyone and probably not fast enough to have a major impact on this sleepy share price. If it continues in this fashion we should at last see break-even this calendar year, but personally this situation has been dragging on for so long now that my aspirations have moved much higher than break-even and I suspect that may be at least another year away. pete
berny3: Hi Pete, interested in all aspects. I am focused on looking at distribution as that is a key factor to the companies success. The strategy currently has been to focus on own brands and increase margins. By having a system in place with good margins. The next phase is to increase turnover and maintain margins. As an explanation (excuse me if you are already aware of this) the cost of the company are split into two types. Variable costs (costs that increase proportionately with the number of items sold)and fixed costs. Fixed costs are those costs which do not change and stay constant irrespective of number of items sold. From the last results we had revenue from number of items sold less variable costs gave a 50% margin. i.e. for every £1 achieved from sales the company had 50p gross profit. Previously the fixed costs have exceed this 50p resulting in an overall loss for the company. If sales can be increased sufficiently so that Gross Profit can exceed fixed costs then the company will be in profit. Hence my focus now on distribution as the larger the distribution the greater possibility of breakeven/profit. Reviewing the UK side of distribution this has grown steadily through the year. It would appear Redleg has been received well. My views are coming from following twitter posts. The other area that is interesting me is the current share price and trading. I have tried to buy more myself over the past few days and have struggled to get any at a reasonable price. The market appears to be extremely tight and not liquid. I would imagine that this surrounds the up and coming half year results. Summer is traditionally the quietest period so not sure whatto expect from teh results.
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