|Moss Bros Group
||EPS - Basic
||Market Cap (m)
Moss Bros Share Discussion Threads
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|Just been tipped.
|Wouldn't worry too much coolen..|
|I hold the stock, so I'm a bull.
But from a chartist aspect, what would it mean if the price broke 90p on the downside ?|
|Yep, I'd agree with that.|
|An absolute horizontal support line has now developed on the chart from where I'm looking. Feels like a great buy at that level to me.|
|Two extensions at close for 16 shares - lol|
|I picked up a small holding in these late last week as they appear to be at the bottom of their normal trading range.
Time will tell I guess.|
|Growth slowing especially in ecommerce which is below the market growth. ecommerce had been growing in the last 2 years massively (over 100%) but it has slowed significantly. Something must have changed here or they are just focusing on stores?
Think the market might be thinking about the future and where its growth is coming from, it needs to open more stores or get back to growth in ecommerce. A challenge over the next 6 months or so. Will be interesting to see Sept update, hopefully hire will continue its growth and cover up the other issues as hire has great margins.|
|Very solid update but not surprised to see no share price reaction which is why I decided to take my money off the table a while back.
I am not sure what they have to do in order to get the share price motoring back to the 120 area.|
ommenting on the outlook, Brian Brick, Chief Executive Officer, said:
"We are pleased with our progress. Retail sales and margins have shown further improvement, boosted by the ongoing improvement in our customer offer and the improvement in our store and online environments. The strength of our core offer meant that we were able to trade through the period without running a mid-season sale, which significantly enhanced gross margins in the period. Hire sales continue to show improvement and e-commerce sales in the first 15 weeks of the year have also grown, reflecting our investment in systems and infrastructure. This has been another good period of progress for Moss Bros and we remain confident about our growth prospects."|
|Finally gave up and sold which doubtless means that they will finally put on that 20% rise!
I have held for almost a year and despite the very good results since then the share price has not moved a penny.|
|Serious volume traded today but with no real movement in the share price|
|Pleased with the first Results since I bought. A mention in the FT today, including that George Soros holds 9%. I expect that gets him a discount on at least one suit per year.|
|Very solid statement, they are clearly outperforming all the major high street chains.
Hire is such a profitable business so it is good to hear that it is continuing to improve.
I hope this means that the share price can finally move out of the trading range it has been trapped in for the better part of two years.
I am definitely holding mine for at least 120 which would not be unreasonable.
The current divi at 5.55% is rather tasty as well.|
|Fairly upbeat and about as good as could be expected?
|Can we break the 110p? Mentioned in IC genuine value share screen.|
|Sal, that looks like a single trade of 1.98m shares @ 98p which reported several times as they tried to fine-tune the settlement details.|
|Well, apparently 6% of the company was sold within the spread last week which is quite frankly unbelievable.
Getting a bit bored holding here but it is still decent quality and the yield is nice so still here.|
|You are not alone ;-)|
|Everyone in the board room seems "delighted" at today's news... so that's nice for them. I suspect Nick Wheeler is less chuffed but certainly any read across on performance from CT to MOSB would be handy.
MOSB looks cheap at this point. The common stock that is - I am not making reference to the clothes let's be clear.
Triangulation on the chart here. Possible breakout one way or another.
Very quiet on the BB, anyone here? I am having a flashback to Robert DeNiro singing "I think we're alone now" in Cape Fear!|
|Yeah, I saw the IC article, nothing to argue about there but there is no interest in the business unfortunately despite the solidly rising profits and very healthy divi.
I maintain my stance that I will give it another 3 weeks and if there is no meaningful rise I will exit.|
|Simon Thompson in IC today; bullish article on MOSB with a target of 120p|