Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fevertree Drk LSE:FEVR London Ordinary Share GB00BRJ9BJ26 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.00p -0.58% 1,030.00p 1,027.00p 1,028.00p 1,047.00p 1,018.00p 1,033.00p 280,751.00 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 59.3 16.8 11.6 89.0 1,186.98

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01/12/2016
15:25
[Oh yes, it appears to be a little lower than yesterday. But still somewhat higher than 07/11/2014]. FEVER TREE with chart http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=35282539
martywidget
01/12/2016
11:30
Profit taking after yesterday's rise
pyglet
17/11/2016
10:28
Sogo, thanks for the info. Looks like it is going up so far today so no trade for me yet. Will the BR borrower have sold into the market yet, or do they wait for a 'good' time? I'm not really sure of the process myself. Anyone else know? Will wait and see what happens later in the session. I have rechecked my trendlines for the Symmetrical Triangle and the apex based potential turn in the share price is tomorrow. I guess I should become a more little flexible.
bamboo2
17/11/2016
07:45
Thread with chart here if needed http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=35282539
bamboo2
16/11/2016
17:17
Hi bamboo: On past record there should be a Pre-Close Statement towards end of January 2017 (22nd last year). Then the preliminary results would follow end March 2017 (23rd last year).
sogoesit
16/11/2016
17:10
Sogo, thanks for the reply. It's definately better trading with the dominant trend. I have been in and out of fevr twice before. Needless to say, I would probably have made more money with a buy and hold than trying to trade. Any idea when the next update is due? I'd guess xmas is the best time for sales. I hope the price is subdued tomorrow/Friday, and I can start buying. I'll let you know!
bamboo2
16/11/2016
15:46
Thanks your feed-back bamboo2. Ah yes, I didn't see the Flag formation so clearly on my chart. Understood now. This stock usually surprises to the upside. On a guesstimate of next year's earnings (2017) of around 32p the one year upside for me is between £12 and £16. But I see you are shorter term than that and brokers' forecasts for this year (2016) give 21p or thereabouts. Indeed, over the last few months, Blackrock have been lending out quite frequently on this stock. Before the last Trading Update they lent out just under 1 million. So, as you say, someone not quite on the right side of history with this one ;-) Of course, shorting will pressure the stock to the downside but then, as we've seen, the share price "pops" on news. Good luck with your trade!
sogoesit
16/11/2016
11:00
Hi Sogo, thanks for the comments. I'm considering trading the flag, assuming an up breakout. This chart has a number of open breakaway gaps. I am assuming that the recent breakaway gap will remain open and act as support or it will become the stop out for the trade. Tp is 1138 for an upbreak, so it is a worthwhile trade in % terms. Tp is based on a retrace low of approx 1039 [50% 0f the flagpole]. The prior Symetrical Triangle has its apex on Friday, and this often indicates a price turn. On this basis, I am hoping for a weak day tomorrow. I notice Blackrock has lent out some shares, makes me wonder if the borrower has done their homework. :-0
bamboo2
16/11/2016
10:23
These "small-cap" growth shares (low volume) are difficult to analyse in TA. Is 1050p a bowl forming prior to further lift-off at next Trading Update? Does short term downtrend from new high end round-about 975/980p? Will there be a "gap-fill", below 975p? The MACD is bullish. On these questions downside looks like 975/980p (where there's volume) and upside is 1150p+ My simplistic analysis of future from the past!
sogoesit
14/11/2016
20:16
Tipped on shares mag
alcoholtradebuyer
14/11/2016
17:06
Many thanks for the help
bossman1978
14/11/2016
08:53
"Fever-Tree now represents an 11% value share within the UK retail mixer category, approaching the 16.5% proposed as the target value share benchmark by EY for the entire premium segment in their 2014 study. Whilst it would now appear that this 16.5% value share target is conservative given the continued rise in the premiumisation of spirits, it is also reasonable to expect the exceptional growth rate in UK Off-Trade achieved over the last 18 months to remain strong but to naturally settle to lower levels." That's the UK. Last count there were a further 195 nations in the world.... ;-) That's from Warrillow here (always a good place to start research!): hTtp://www.investegate.co.uk/fevertree-drinks-plc--fevr-/rns/interim-results/201607260700071804F/ My guess is they plan to market throughout the UK in the On-Trade and Off-Trade and the RoW and to sell by stuffing all these various flavours of carbonated water into bottles, of different sizes, some embossed, and cans at a premium price to the likes of Coca Cola and Schweppes while warding off niche players like Fentimans etc. Note the word "guess'. I DO NOT "KNOW" any of this stuff!! DYOR
sogoesit
13/11/2016
19:57
Does anyone know what future growth the company hopes to obtain and how they hope to achieve it?
bossman1978
09/11/2016
16:08
£11 is the new £10... I think I'll buy a few Colas. The Fever-Tree ones at 170p not that cheap stuff at 99p. ;-) Just to celebrate!
sogoesit
09/11/2016
13:56
Strong support given todays volatility. We all need a drink after that!
alcoholtradebuyer
08/11/2016
13:00
Nice. Hot sector imo. Also in STCK, looks about to breakout, DGE bouncing, DIS low cap growth stock (chairman ex-diageo)
alcoholtradebuyer
08/11/2016
12:44
1.2Billion you can't be serious
mr hangman
07/11/2016
15:52
Looks like te start of another leg up. Good sector to be in for sure.
alcoholtradebuyer
07/11/2016
10:52
Thank you both for your reply. I will go and do the homework on those shares. I am up 400% on my fevertree and will probably sell 20% or so at results time.
hybrasil
07/11/2016
10:42
Sogoesit These are Cenkos's new figures - they were at 18.9p before today's announcement.
terry topper
07/11/2016
10:28
Many thanks hybrasil. Will check it out. Only have 2 high growth companies and they are FEVR and BOO although MCRO has done well over last 6 years. terry topper: I think consensus is EPS of 19 to 20p. So, if that is consensus and there is a "material beat", let's say 35% to be conservative, that makes EPS of 25 to 27p.
sogoesit
07/11/2016
10:26
Cheers hybrasil - will have a look at that one. Another one that I think might be a good long term growth stock is Autins Group(AUTG)- a recent IPO - supplies noise and vibration dampening products to the auto sector. I have made a lot of money out of AB Dynamics (ABDP) which was a tiny company but proved that, if you have the right offering, size is no barrier to doing business with the global automotive sector. (I think ABDP still has a long way to go as well.) Anyway back on topic Cenkos has new forecasts out for FEVR for 2016: T/O £93.8m PTP £31.2m EPS 21.5p I suspect that these will be well beaten come the actual results.
terry topper
07/11/2016
10:10
If you would like another fevertree type share try dpp. Its new growth phase has been very under the radar. It has attracted virtually no press or similar comment. I made over 32 times my money in the original dominos. I lost money in the switz venture but this one in my opinion looks like a runner.
hybrasil
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