Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gear4Music LSE:G4M London Ordinary Share GB00BW9PJQ87 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +13.50p +2.60% 533.50p 530.00p 537.00p 545.00p 520.00p 520.00p 28,363.00 13:27:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 35.5 0.0 -0.2 - 107.53

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/3/2017
13:36
UK traffic above the 500k mark for the first time on semrush.
thevaluehunter
21/3/2017
17:12
Comparing UPGs with G4M : similar market cap, similar growth (tho one could argue G4M is slowing in U.K.), UPGS with 7-8% profit against 4.5% G4M.G4M EpS 11-12pUPGS EPS 9-10pG4m PER circa 50UPGS PER circa 13Just sayin ;)
croasdalelfc
20/3/2017
21:20
Im buying just above 500p if it gets there again
jitters3
20/3/2017
17:25
Already had a DB, albeit intraday. TB and it's top-up time sub 5 :0)
taurusthebear
20/3/2017
16:24
Who said double bottom :)
ksharlandjiev
17/3/2017
14:18
I think it's the '4' in the name that's holding the so back - what is this, 2002? ;-)
runthejoules
17/3/2017
11:08
Likewise - happy to take a position on Tuesday when it was down at £5. Once the shareholder base has changed a little, we'll be on our way again no doubt.
strollingmolby
17/3/2017
10:18
Love it. Doubled my holding
melton john
17/3/2017
02:56
I'm absolutely staggered at the volatility here. Asked my broker what was going on, and he said there was a determined seller, who just smashed the price down in order to create some liquidity. That then triggered stop losses, and some panic amongst smaller shareholders. Anyway, what will be, will be. It's just a volatile stock. You either like it, or you don't. Regards, Paul.
paulypilot
16/3/2017
14:19
Wonder if you gonna see a double bottom before it shoots again
ksharlandjiev
16/3/2017
13:55
If they're that good at SEO they should be peddling it as well: "G4SEO" :D
themaker
16/3/2017
12:10
You won't find most of G4M's stock on Amazon though, apart from the most popular items (even then Amazon works out more expensive, usually). Similarly Amazon doesn't have decent cycling stuff, leaving the door open to Wiggle (who've expanded past cycling now). Unfortunately they're not public, but shows there are gaps in the market. What G4M and Wiggle have in common is love of and expertise in their products. Amazon is really is box-shifter, leaving expertise in the products to customer reviews.
cbootle
16/3/2017
11:40
You could also have said the same about Amazon - scale and expertise do have a place in competitive advantage.
alphabeta4
16/3/2017
10:56
themaker - pretend to be a buyer. Open a private/incognito browser window (to reduce Google/Bing's use of your browsing history) then pretend to be someone looking for a musical instrument - trumpet, piano, guitar, you name it. See how well they appear in results (e.g. second, after wikipedia). Compare prices with online competitors and Amazon. Compare the ease of the websites, to find what you want and the ease to which you are guided to checkout. Close private window and start another, then go in as a high-end music producer, want some 32 track recording equipment? I was pretty blown away by their website some 6 years ago when getting equipment on my musician brother's behalf. That paid off well, as was a fairly early adopter when they went public.
cbootle
16/3/2017
10:13
Its getting better every day here.
blueball
16/3/2017
09:38
I just can't see where their durable competitive advantage comes from? Is it their speed of delivery,the loyalty scheme they have for returning customers, their own brand products? Or perhaps it is their burgeoning scale or potentially the simple fact that it is caught up in a market share shift from in store to online? Perhaps all of these things combine to produce the current sales rate? I wish I could put my finger on it as I can't I think I'll stay out of this one for the time being. I'll never be able to ride this volatility train unless I can satisfy myself.
themaker
16/3/2017
09:03
..and those small trades are probably part of a bigger buy order..triggered by bots
nurdin
16/3/2017
09:00
Just a heads up the current 592 trades are buys not sells.
alphabeta4
16/3/2017
08:42
that's what worries me,but as today shows it shouldnt.. I only invest in what I understand so I will leave this to wiser heads
mr.elbee
16/3/2017
08:35
Doesn't take much volume to get this moving.
pauliewonder
16/3/2017
08:24
Looks like we are going to have another big day.
mark274
15/3/2017
15:53
Lol nurdin. I left a BUY order for 490p yesterday, and it got down to 491p. Drat and double drat! Bought some at 540p on the way down though. :0)
taurusthebear
15/3/2017
15:42
Thanks to your double bottom comment TTB,I bought back at 502p..:o)
nurdin
15/3/2017
15:35
Great to see this recovery today
rathlindri
15/3/2017
15:33
The derampers appear to have gone off-ramp. :0)
taurusthebear
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