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|Yes, I remember Apad!
This now near 15% all my holdings, but I'm betting it will be my big winner to pay off a mortgage!!
10% is usually my single holding limit.
Good luck all.|
|Broker coverage has probably caused people to notice that the FY results are due 21st March.
Now 20% of my portfolio - and I made the mistake of top-slicing once, Sogoesit.
I also had a rule that no share should be more than 5% of portfolio - not any more!
|Yes, indeed bamboo. Well played.
Anyway, it's had an electrifying effect on my portfolios!|
|Bought a few earlier.
The Intraday Flag that's forming at the moment could be seen as very positive. The Flagpole is a monster. [poss tp 1445 for eod?]|
|Off to the races again. Must be more to it than a broker rec.|
|Sogoesit, I don't use fib extentions as the calculation process is too time consuming.
The 1490 is based on seeing the green trendline as a neckline of an Inverse Head and Shoulders, then using Bulkowski's stats to generate the tp. I have been experimenting with this pattern on certain blue sky stocks, as there seem to be few ways of generating chart targets for these patterns.|
|Berenberg new target raised to 1450p today. From 1325 on 9 February.|
|Interesting stuff bamboo, thanks.
Your upper green line has been in place for a while. On my, simplistic, chart it forms the upper partner to an expanding triangle. The lower part being drawn through the lows. This is an extremely bullish pattern, but can be volatile within the range of the triangle. The fact it is sticking to the upper line is good news... for the time being but cautionary; unless you see that line being expanded again.
Your 1490 target I guess comes from Fibonacci levels? In any case this can only be based on one year forecast EPS views. If this year (2016) comes in at most in the mid-twenties then a mid-thirties (30-35p) EPS is possible for next year (2017). On P/E's of 40 to 50 that makes 1500p within reason.|
|Hi sogoesit, I have an interesting chart target, which I will post a bit later.
edit, I drew the green trendline ages ago. 1490 doesn't seem so out of the ordinary now. edit 2, looking at the second chart I have made a mistake. The flag target is 1432.
second chart replaced with correct flag target.|
|New closing high.
Got me wondering whether folks buying this year's earnings, not credible, or next year's but what are they forecasting?
Unless the story just caught on and the crowd is now joining...|
|Published on 13 Feb 2017
Last month, Zak Mir tipped Fevertree Drinks PLC (LON:FEVR) to hit £12.70 and he now reckons it’s on track for £14 – although he says it might be best to buy on any weakness.
“Probably the best thing if you’re looking to buy into [the stock] is to wait for any dips towards the 50-day moving average,” Mir explains in the latest Proactive Investors Bulletin Board segment.
“£11.50 to £12 is the dip zone with the top of the channel [heading] towards £14. So the message here is while we’re above the 50-day moving average, we’re looking for a £14 target.”
Fevertree tipped to bubble its way up to £14...
09:40 13 Feb 2017
|2 AIM shares I reckon could join the FTSE 100
Ian Pierce | Wednesday, 15th February, 2017
|New ginger ales from FEVR highlighted in Times today|
|Late to the party but tonic water still has me buzzing
Becky Barrow: Money Editor
February 12 2017, 12:01am, The Sunday Times
|It's time to take profits. At least that seems to be the view of two of the largest institutional holders Old Mutual and Blackrock, both of whom have cut their holdings. Private investors would be best advised to follow their lead. Though the next set of figures will be good the current rating is unsustainable.|
|Think the market has paused-fewer buyers, hence several large 'O' trade sells having larger than normal effect.IMHO.
SP's dropped £1 before now before moving up again.
Results due 21st March. Think we should expect some nervousness!|
|is this drop due to Blackrock selling another tranch I wonder?|
|Already plenty of competition
The whole market's growing, not only in the UK.
Fevertree has good overseas growth opportunities.|
|Quite, for example Britvic is also branching out recently into the premium mixer category:
First all-light mixer collection breathes new life into premium category
28 Nov 2016
13 Jun 2016. Britvic has today launched WiseHead Productions, an incubator company setup to create drinks for adults who seek quality drinking experiences.
[As ever - For share discussion, continue over here folks]:
|I was on BA the other day and while tonic was FT all other mixers were follkingtons. Competition is inevitable.|
|Trendy soft drinks maker Fentimans announces five-year plan and £1m investment to boost sales as mixer for alcoholic drinks
[Battle for Britain’s poshest tonic fizzing up as Fentimans prepares to take on Fever-Tree with range of upmarket mixers Published: 21:50, 5 February 2017 | Updated: 21:50, 5 February 2017]
|For the "insane" amongst us this, at 50x forecast, looks positively pedestrian comparatively:
If you want to go berserk, try BOO at 70x forecast or 140x trailing! ;-0
|So, here is the long-term charts with the moonphases I mentioned many months ago.
[As an aside, looking at the Gann square of nine we have from the 'Cardinal Cross' and 'Ordinal Cross'....1369,1351,1333,1315,1297,1279,1261... - DYOR etc]|