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
  +0.05p +1.64% 3.10p 3.00p 3.20p 3.10p 3.05p 3.05p 2,089,754 09:19:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 1.2 -0.1 -0.0 - 15.49

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29/4/201723:43Distil PLC - Here's to a spirited future!3,093.00
26/4/201711:07******** DISTIL - That'll be a DOUBLE ! *********102.00
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29/4/2017
09:20
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 3.05p.
Distil has a 4 week average price of 2.13p and a 12 week average price of 1.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.93p.
There are currently 499,833,488 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,101,879 shares. The market capitalisation of Distil is £15,494,838.13.
26/4/2017
14:33
acdc52: Some stranger character here! He bought/sold Distil, made fortune and yet cursing Distil. Share price goes up/down, never 1D. Distil is one of the few stocks listed on AIM that has positive balance sheet with great potential. It will be trading in double digits this year.
21/4/2017
22:43
acdc52: Share price can go up or down. They never go 1D. Distil is not suitable for short term traders. If you are here for quick bucks, look elsewhere. Good luck in finding better stock than Distil.
21/4/2017
21:32
acdc52: Somebody in this forum has an agenda. He sold his Distil's stock too early and now he wants to get on board at cheap price. Distil is destined for double digits share price.
21/4/2017
16:36
haggismchaggis: Stampy, DIS has several brands to sell off, each one should be worth a multiple or multiples of the current share price once a decent case volume has been built up, so the Directors still have a long term job here. I suspect Don already has a few things earmarked for development (flavoured whisky?) or acquisition of artisan brands, these can be developed alongside existing brands using existing outsourcing and existing sales channels for fast expansion into Distil's existing markets.
21/4/2017
14:34
stampylong trader: Strategically you've got to think how people are going to play this. One probable outcome is that Don and his large investors are going to make this as their one last project before sailing off into the sunset - it might be they will not want to start from scratch and churn out more brands once these are sold off. I would probably aim for a much higher share price than right now to make sure all big holders get a nice return. The corporates come from three areas in my mind. The ones that need to break into the market, but don't want to throw money into R&D and which may not succeed. How much would it cost and how much time would it take? The others are the established corporates that place the value of DIS pre acquisition not as an additional asset, but as a cost because a new exciting competitor is stealing their business, damaging their sales (turning DIS products on the shelves from 2 lines to 4 etc). And then you have the corporates that just want the brands to monopolise the market. Now these corporates may want to start accumulating stock to hedge against paying a higher price down the line, because it is unlikely DIS is going to roll over, and go away, now that have momentum behind them.
18/4/2017
03:08
haggismchaggis: Boffster, that's because you're clueless when it comes to valuing a spirit brand. Don has said several times that RedLeg alone is worth 'many times' the DIS MCap, he said it when the MCap was £10.5m. Many multiples of that clearly puts it in my ball park of UP TO £50m. Don knows the value of spirit brands, I understand what he said, clearly either you don't or you're just trying to put a dampener on the share price to suit your agenda.
07/4/2017
05:13
dante17: Haggis is completely right. Any potential sale would send the share price rocketing. Then, once we get a huge amount of cash on the balance sheet, we would have a number of options on the table, including new designs and launches of exciting brands, buying a distillery to control production, joint ventures, even acquisitions. Distributing cash to shareholders would NOT be the right thing to do. Anybody wanting to cash in would be able to sell their shares. This company is still in its infancy and it would only be game over once DIS itself is taken over.
06/4/2017
23:02
haggismchaggis: That's such a load of rubbish. The sale of Redleg would be at a value a lot higher than that of the whole company, the share price would go up because DIS would have all that cash plus all the other brands. DIS would pay a special dividend but no way would it be a huge chunk of the cash. The cash would be invested in the other brands and to develop new brands. Blackwoods Gin is a big enough brand on its own. The share price would stay higher, a lot higher.
26/1/2017
15:50
biggest bill: I will keep an eye on Distil. One of the things that is putting me off at the moment is the recent sharp rise in the share price. Usually, when I invest in a share which has risen sharply, the share price falls. I will let things calm down for a while and see if I might get a better investment opportunity later. If I don't, that's life and I'll move on to some other company. Who knows, I might be missing the opportunity of a lifetime here but it's very hard to forecast the future.
24/1/2017
10:24
berny3: Comments on the other board are by paid individuals there to disrupt the flow of conversation. They are mostly competitors to advfn and will do their up most to segregate discussion points and make posters frustrated and cause disruption. Over the years this thread has been kept in a tidy order with great analysis and good discussion points. Could we try and keep the discussions to this board. There is a re rating happening in the stock at the moment. The statistics will show increased activity on this board and large change in share price and traded volume. These statistics attract the individuals who are there to disrupt the discussion forums. I am not anything to do with advfn other than a paying subscriber. The only stock I am interested about currently and post on is Distil.
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