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|I think you were not very wise(acre) with this share. Now you are just jealous because the potential is huge and is going to be sold world wide.|
|Ah, ok, got it, wiseacre.
You're looking at the past (trailing) earnings for valuation.
Thanks for feed-back.|
|It is absurd because the shares sell on a multiple of nearly one hundred times earnings so that even if current year end profits double the rating is extraordinarily demanding for a bit of fizz which could easily go flat.|
|Scary stuff, hey wiseacre?
Absurd is an interesting adjective to apply to a company that makes profits but doesn't really inform me... as a comparator what adjective would you apply to a company like PRSM? Or what value is reasonable for FEVR?
Just so I can make a judgement.
|This looks to me to have got above itself. The current valuation is absurd.|
|‘Groundhog Day’ Fevertree still has more room to fizz
Leading technical analyst Zak Mir tells the Proactive Investors Bulletin Board that the premium drinks mixers brand Fevertree Drinks still has plenty of upside.
“The technicals reflect the positive situation,” Mir explains.
“A gap above the 50-day moving average is one of my favourite signals and you had one in July and November 2015, you’ve had them again in May and November last year – it’s like Groundhog Day.”
“I’m looking for a £12.60 or £12.70 target there which is the top of the trend channel.”|
|Ok there is a trading statement due on the 25th January. Its going to propell this share upwards again to £ 15?|
the next fever tree?|
eod close=end of day closing price.
neckline=the trendline [in this case starts at approx 1080] that joins the armpits of the INVH&S [see below]
INVH&S=Inverse Head and Shoulders [see page on website above]
Historical support=price at which we might expect avid buyers
Turns=potential areas where price may switch direction, ie form a peak or valley
Breakaway gap=type of gap in chart [see website above]
Hope of some help. :)|
|A bit of both really
|fin, what is it you are not sure of? Is it my terminology, or the charting process?
For some basics on charts, look here...
|Bamboo, could you explain this is laymans terms please.
|Price hit tp 1138 eventually, but with no eod close above the neckline, INVH&S has not yet been confirmed. Historical support around 1039. Potential turns suggested Jan 30th and 20/21 Feb. Breakaway gap offering a cushion around 1000.|
|When London looks like this again I think we will have reached the top of the market!
|Bookbroker, the whole Gin market has increased by over 15% in the last 12 months and shows no signs of slowing down , premium mixers are still gaining a greater percentage of the tonic market , which, in a growing market is why Fevertree is doing so well GLTA|
|Well judging by past performance they will upgrade forecasts most likely, but I'm inclined to believe the whole G&T. Market is becoming a bit congested, either Gordon's is losing market share in volumes, or the stuff must be incredibly cheap to produce, or the nation is becoming even more a nation of boozers! How big is the market, we are inundated with novelty gins, personally I'll stick to Tanqueray!|
|Some folks getting jittery today...
News early... or in a couple weeks?|
|Plenty of sicilian lemonade and ginger beer over the new year . Cheers!! LOL!!
Again, thanks for your contributions here, taken a break posting on the boards, although as ever in lurk mode on the boards.|
|Panic; a funny story for you: that's where I got to know Fever-Tree Tonic, in Cornwall, about 2 years ago.
Took a friend out for lunch in Penzance and ordered my G&T and the friend said which tonic and he recommended Fever-Tree with "real" quinine. Since both of us grew up in Africa we knew the benefits (and as a child quinine was my annual cure for malaria at the time).
On my return home looked up the company, bought the shares and the rest, profits, is history! Lol!
Happy New Year!|
|spent a lot of time in Cornwall this Xmas, even down there FeverTree is the number one tonic. Gin bars opening up everywhere, one in St Ives had 180 gins for Gods sake !
Nobody seems to want anything else tonic wise.|
|Accumulated yesterday on the "pop-up".
Happy Christmas all Gin, Rum, Kola, Tonic, Ginger Beer... drinkers!!|
|From a chart pattern pov I'm not sure this will be a good short. It looks like it could soon close at an ath, so the price will be in blue sky with no historical resistance.
An eod close above the green trendline [neckline] would confirm an INVH&S, tp minimum approx 1250.
Didn't they recently try a stunt like this on BOO?
They were wrong there and I bet they're wrong here too.|
|Too much momentum in the share price to consider shorting. I think this will need some average news to slow /stop the momentum. I think Hotel Chocolat is far more vulnerable.|
|EK says short today.
I reckon there is some strength in the run up to Xmas and it is easy copy for journalists.
Made the mistake of top-slicing once, but never again!
There is no point in speculating about takeover and prices - it's all about whether the boys are having a great time. It will be an emotional decision. Forget the speculation.
The Russell index shows where valuations can go!
Eight pack cans in local Waitrose cheaper than big bottles!
Bought some more on 6 Dec at 1025 - thought I was nuts at the time.