Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eclectic Bar Gp LSE:BAR London Ordinary Share GB00BG49KW66 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 101.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 22.3 -6.2 -44.7 - 13.05

Eclectic Bar Gp Share Discussion Threads

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05/7/2016
19:33
Price of pier has probably halved Standard Life suspends property fund after Brexit vote, as construction output slumps - as it happened
dlku
09/6/2016
08:04
Questor had a cautionary article yesterday, it's fair comment but I don't think LJ would have been oblivious to repair and maintenance issues:- Questor share tip: Brighton Pier Group offers returns from seaside sales Brighton Pier was bought by Eclectic for £18m in April Brighton Pier was bought by Eclectic for £18m in April John Ficenec, questor editor 8 JUNE 2016 • 5:09PM Brighton Pier Group 98p +1/2p Questor says AVOID THE sun is shining and the thoughts of legions of Britons turns to the seaside, which is why we’re taking a closer look at shares in Brighton Pier Group, the owner of the famous South Coast attraction. Brighton pier is well located as the main tourist attraction in the town and receives about 4.5m visitors a year as hordes of Londoners disgorge from the city when the mercury rises. The pier has a steady track record during the past three years, with revenue growth of about 9pc to £13.3m, and operating profit growth of 7pc a year to £3.5m. Investors need to be careful though, one major risk is the cost of repairs as the pier is more than a century old. The repair and maintenance costs are around £700,000 a year, and with one-off capital spending of £4.25m during the past five years, comes to £850,000 a year. The pier is surveyed by experts every year, and the most recent report found it to be in decent shape for its age. The bigger worry would be around the detailed underwater survey due this summer, having last been carried out in May 2010. The Brighton Pier Group is not solely dependent on the success of the seaside attraction, despite the name. The pier was purchased by Eclectic Bar Group in April of this year. Eclectic Bar is owned by Luke Johnson, and operates bar brands such as Embargo Republica, Po Na Na and Lola Lo aimed at students. Mr Johnson built his reputation when he helped Hugh Osmond turn the Pizza Express brand into a UK success story. Eclectic suffered a loss before tax of £6.2m last year after it was forced to write down underperforming bars in the portfolio. It has since undergone a turnaround, cutting costs and returning a pre-tax profit of £280,000 in the first half ended September. It was renamed Brighton Pier Group after the April deal. The new combined group will generate roughly two thirds of its revenue from bars and a third from the pier, with nearly all the profits coming from the pier. The profits are expected to jump sharply higher in the financial year ended June 2017, with a full year from the pier. We’d stay away until the divers have taken a look below the waterline and we get a look at the first half next year. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/06/08/questor-share-tip-brighton-pier-group-offers-returns-from-seasid/
paleje
18/6/2015
19:40
hTTp://youtu.be/GWp4voqpN3I - 2.22 onwards
thosewhocando
15/6/2015
15:31
Moving up on Luke subscription but his winning plays have maninly been in food and dining - Mabe we will see a change to fine dining with cakes on the side ??
pugugly
25/3/2015
13:52
Looks a bit flat today PUG. I hate these shares that are clearly overpriced from the get-go. Someone sold 144k of shares last week at 93p and the drinks must be on them. Horrible update and three outlets seem to be performing. They might be better turning the rest into flats or B and B's. Last orders here!
mach100
25/3/2015
12:47
Glad you agree with me that this is going to money heaven !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
pugugly
25/3/2015
10:48
F8ckugly Move on muppet. I remember those days you were learning from me.
bad robot
25/3/2015
09:48
Face even longer -no one in the bar and no cash in the till - Looks as though (imo) could be terminal - Wrong platform - Offering does not appear to satisfy a sufficiently large enough number of potential customers - sorry for all who hold -
pugugly
16/1/2015
14:37
A shareholder walked into a BAR and the barman asked "Why the long face?"
mach100
25/11/2014
09:37
Not enough students entering Dirty Blonde
snape
02/12/2013
21:39
Big late buys by the look.
poppet123
09/7/2009
13:49
any bargains/no brainers????
jrewing3
09/7/2009
13:34
any bargains/no brainers????
jrewing3
26/6/2009
21:47
Checck through this lot 999 Dreamer-Is this a seminal moment in your Investing life? The legendary Stock market Investor and Teacher,Ben Graham* described a share as a "Bargain" when you could buy the Company at the equivalent or less than it's Net Working Capital-that's liquid assets of stocks, debtors and cash less all liabilities(ie borrowings deferred taxation, provisions etc since you would be getting the Company's Fixed Assets for free ie you would pay nothing for it's tangible fixed assets such as Property,Land, Plant and Machinery and nothing for it's intangible assets such as Brands, Patents, Distribution Agreements, Copyrights. Ben Graham noted that a Company could not be liquidated for less than this value. Certainly such shares have consistently delivered market beating returns over a two/3 year period.Ben Graham expressed a bargain ratio as net working capital divided by Market Capitalisation so if a Company NWC is twice the share price then it's bargain ratio is 2.Ben Graham said that if a Company could be acquired for the equivalent of two thirds of it's net working capital(ie a Bargain ratio of 1.50) then the Investor did not need to know anything further about the Company before buying. *The Worlds richest Man, Warren Buffet(who started with $10k and made his fortune wholly through the Stockmarket) was a Pupil and it is fair to say Ben Graham has been the dominant influence in his Investment thinking. in fact, I'm sure that I have read somewhere that he himself describes his investment style as 80% Ben Graham and 20% Philip Fisher) 600 Group(SIXH) 2.00 Abbeycrest(ACR) 2.15 Acal(ACL) 1.16 Alba(ABA) 4.51 Blue Oar(BLUE) 1.14 Delta(DLTA) 1.22 French Connection(FCCN) 1.63 Leeds Group(LDSG)2.00 Litho Supplies(LTS) 1.19 Mallet(MAE) 2.91 NBA Quantum(NAQ) 2.50 Northamber (NAR) 2.50 Robotic Technolgy(RTS) 1.58 Theo Fennell(TFL) 1.68 Titon Holdings(TON) 2.28 Total Systems(TTS) 1.18 Wensum(WSN) 2.54 According to Ben Graham's 2/3 of net working capital rule, the following 12 Companies now qualify as an automatic purchase at current levels- 600 Group(SIXH) Abbeycrest (ACR) Alba (ABA) French Connection (FCCN) Leeds Group(LDSG) Mallett (MAE) NBA Quantum (NAQ) Northamber (NAR) Robotic Technology(RTS) Theo Fennell (TFL) Titon Holdings (TON) Wensum (WSN) There a Value Thread-search epic VAL if you need any further help. regards
rainmaker
26/6/2009
21:43
Take a look at TTG. Big Director buy and a broker note for 78p. Presently 28p. Hope it helps
knowing
26/6/2009
21:37
any tips much appriciated thanks
jrewing3
26/6/2009
21:24
any tips much appriciated thanks
jrewing3
26/6/2009
21:20
any bargains out there? tia
jrewing3
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