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|I picked up some shares in this minow (pun intended) last month, so very pleased with the recent update and today's price action. The 2 new recently opened stores and imminent opening of two more before the end of Q1 should add further to sales momentum, which may become evident by the time we get the Results in April, as we will get a further update on trading. In short, it was a confident Trading Update!|
|Think this stock is a disaster waiting to happen. Not sure why Gervais Williams has invested. Not impressed. Too much stock. Profitability suspect. Hobby stock in decline. Its never going to make much of a profit in my view and will probably need serious cash to get to a critical mass. Not worth £15m.|
|Decent enough update and I like the move towards more online.|
|Bounced off support, promising to break 40p next week. With no newsflow so leak of better than expended year end, or current trading?|
|In fact its very resiliant with 36p being a strong support level for some time now.|
|Abarclay, it doesn't say that. One of the corporate entities could be him. Or he could hold below the threshold quoted. BTW I have no idea if he still holds but i cant imagine why he would invest and sell so soon when the company is still executing on its plans as stated at the time of the placing.|
|Still holding. Big move today and chart looking more optimistic|
|Sir Terry Leahy
No longer a shareholder ?
|Company also lost credibility by using a name of Bill Currie, Iain McDonald and Sir Terry Leahy to ramp.Did they get his permission to use their name in RNS?
What did each invest? £10,000? PISH!
And why have they also got this line
" Operating profit before
exceptional costs of
IPO wasn't in 2016?|
|next results wont make happy reading after the profit warning last week|
|Further to my post above (147) another thought has occurred to me on FISH.
It seems Sir Terry Leahy participated in the placement at c.35p (I'm open to correction on that, but that was how I understood the various RNS). If anybody should understand sector consolidation in the retail markets and the "tanks on the lawn" school of business it is him. Since that is exactly what he did very successfully with Tesco over a period of many years, building an absolute juggernaut of a company at the expense of smaller local retailers who simply could not compete with the economies of scale generated.
I realise that Tesco and FISH have obvious differences. But the principles of consolidating and taking market share remain the same. Sir Terry obviously likes what he sees here and that's good enough for me.
I'm in profit already on paper, but think I'll tuck these away for a while now.
|Couldn't help myself - took a small position today on the drop.
I had been watching for a while and whilst nothing is risk free there is a compelling case for the sector consolidation model.
I fish (hence the avatar name) and my experience is that the smaller tackle dealers are indeed going to the wall one by one. I make no comment on the desirability of that - just the market reality.
Fishing tackle retailing has for years been stuck in the last century with lots of small unprofitable dealers at a local level doing it as a labour of love. But where I live (north of the border) the market has more recently reflected the trend that FISH have identified and are trying to take advantage of. Witness for example the Glasgow Angling Centre and the newly opened Edinburgh Angling Centre. With their buying power and "destination" appeal the smaller independents are toast, whether anybody likes it or not.
I've no doubt that many of the minnows where FISH are operating may hang on for a while - as I understand it a number have relatively low overheads and their owners just want to do something fishing related for a living, so they can cling on and may continue to trade until their owners retire. Fair enough - we live in a free country.
But economically speaking the competition are just that - minnows. I'm backing the pike that is Fishing Republic and I reckon it's got some weight to put on yet as it devours some of the competition.
FWIW I see today as a buying opportunity. And who am I to argue with a titan of business like Sir Terry Leahy ?
|chart support under 20p|
|Profit warning. Ouch
· Decision taken to accelerate the deployment of placing proceeds; accordingly profit forecast for 2016 rebased. Benefits of the investment programme will flow through in 2017 and beyond
|Agreed playfulBut the future looks brightCould be as successful as pets at home as can now scale up|
|Playful.....and the answer is....?|
|CEO presented at sharesoc Leeds tonight and that was interesting enough but it was only when I had the opportunity of a one on one did it become apparent why the previous Tesco CEO has invested here. This company is certainly worth following, but remember nothing goes up in a straight line...|
|Guys check out CAKE - moving very well - Luke Jonson pizza boy at the top|
|V steady hereLack of sellers60p next stopLeahy a v large holder|
|He didn't sellHe topsliced and then reboughtHe thinks this is going to doubleI'd back John Lee and leahy over you!!Strong buy tgt 80p|
|patviera 6 Jul'16 - 08:09 - 136 of 137 0 0
John Lee said this is still going to rocket
Haha, yes and then he sold em|
|Great shareholders listTesco ex CEO v big holderTgt price 80p|
|John Lee said this is still going to rocketSays a v interesting little company and loves the mgmnt I got a 80p tgt as can now scale up with recent monies|