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|Robbie I really like CHOO and was reluctant to sell but I have anticipated a big general stock market sell-off for some time.
It's really about that for me.
I might return.
From the individual firm's point of view,I think they seem to be doing quite nicely and the Times magazine seems to have a bevy of glossy adverts for them now.
Incidentally I wish they had splashed out on them earlier .
I would also comment that they could supply us with more regular videos I think all of that makes a difference.|
|Hazl, that's not quite right. It also depends how much holding that director has. I.e. if they own a couple of £100,000 and are selling say £10,000 then it might just be for personal expenditure or take a bit of profit. Its the percentage of their holding that matters. If they sell 50% of their stock then that's significant|
|Some larger orders sitting on the book at 170p, if that clears can see 200p pretty quickly.|
|In my experience directors are poor at timing entries and exits.|
|Often a good time to sell when a director does.....
|THANKS Matt sounds good.|
|Higher volume on Friday to clear the supply at 160p|
STimes Magazine advert said look at our video.
So I did!|
|Exchange rate fluctuations seem the main highlighted risk but the Outlook in the main looks good,in my opinion.
Just the risk with the Stock market as a whole of course not to be dismissed.
We see improving retail trends across all regions and are well positioned to take advantage of a stronger marketplace. This, combined with our sustained investment plan, gives us confidence that we will deliver on the current strong growth expectations for 2017. Despite some continuing specific challenging market conditions, and increased geopolitical uncertainty, we are cautiously optimistic that continuing operating efficiency and dynamism, innovation and flexibility of our teams will enable us to drive margin expansion and continue the reduction in leverage and financing costs. After 20 years of investment in the brand, we are well positioned for the future with a solid base built for long term growth.'
Sorry wasn't around much when they initially came out.
|Pierre Denis, CEO of Jimmy Choo PLC, said:
"2016 was a landmark year for Jimmy Choo. Not only did we successfully celebrate 20 years of heritage but record revenues and profitability are testament to the growing appeal and strength of our brand. We will continue to deliver on our long term strategy of growth through the creative and innovative development of our collections and the sustained expansion of our distribution network, particularly in areas such as Asia where we remain underpenetrated. I would like to thank all my colleagues for their hard work this year in delivering this excellent performance."
The Company will next update the market on trading at the time of its AGM on 1 June 2017.
-- Revenue up 14.5% with improving retail momentum in the second half
-- Adjusted EBITDA grew by 15.7% to GBP59.0m, driven by strong sales growth, margin improvement and lower growth in overheads
-- Improved Adjusted EBITDA margin, up 20 bps to 16.2%
-- Operating profit up 42.6% to GBP42.5m
-- EBITDA cash conversion(7) increased from 96.5% to 104.2%
-- Continued strong growth in Asia, solid growth in Europe and Japan and improving trends in USA retail offset by the planned reduction in USA wholesale
-- Rich heritage celebrated in a successful 20th anniversary year - growing global appeal of the brand marked by continued industry award wins
-- Key new styles launched in seasonal fashion and core ranges and success with luxury trainers
-- Men's remains our fastest growing category, now accounting for 9% of revenue '
FROM YESTERDAY'S rns|
|...even today the chart looks to be improving as it appears to be off its lows.|
|A steady 'walk' up.|
|I wouldn't be surprised if its the perfumes and fragrances bringing in the money here as much as the shoes.
Jimmy Choo PLC, the British luxury brand specialising in shoes and accessories, today announces another year of record revenue for the year ended 31 December 2016 with strong growth in Asia, continued solid growth in Europe and Japan and improving trends in US retail offset by the planned reduction in US wholesale.
|DavROs if you need to keep stops in place then it sounds like you are placing them too tight. If you widen out your stops this will mean you have less leverage available (if you are using a spread bet / CFD account) but that isn't necessarily a bad thing.
For my spread bets I use IG - they take a reasonably high bid / offer spread at the start of the trade but I have never been stopped out other than at actual trading levels so they might be worth a look.|
|KNOW what you mean Mike|
|Well not many of us here but it's not a bad little earner,in my opinion.|
|still going in the right direction..........|
|Ok thanks. With the the mid day auction that caught me on another share last week, it's impractical to do that every day. May need to be manual stops as I feel I am being periodically robbed!|
|If their stops for electronic order book stocks are triggered according to bid/offer quotes rather than actual trade levels then it was executed as it should do. Going forward the only way to avoid it happening again would be to remove all stops after the market close then reinstate them the next day when the bid/offer has settled.|
|Can you elaborate - hl's position will be the spread was down to 126 at that moment so you got stopped out. What's my counter argument then?|