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|Mysale Group Daily Update: Mysale Group is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MYSL. The last closing price for Mysale Group was 117p.|
Mysale Group has a 4 week average price of 111.25p and a 12 week average price of 99.23p.
The 1 year high share price is 119.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 39.50p.
There are currently 151,331,652 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 53,631 shares. The market capitalisation of Mysale Group is £181,219,653.27.
|netcurtains: tipped on iii:
Share price: 98p | PE ratio: 239* | Dividend yield: n/a
Members-only internet retailer MySale (MYSL) specialises in "flash sales" - sales of designer goods for short periods at knockdown prices. It started life in Australia and New Zealand, which remain its core markets, but it now trades globally.
A profits warning in 2014, six months after the firm floated, wiped out four-fifths of its value. But problems were isolated, and sensible investment is paying off. It's tipped to make a profit this year and more than double earnings after that.
And it trades at a discount to big rivals. *A PE of 97 is forecast for the year ending June 2018.|
|paulypilot: Koovs is massively loss-making, almost went bust a little while ago, and has negligible turnover.
MySale is profitable, has decent turnover.
If you can't tell the difference, then I pity you.
Short term share price movements mean nothing with speculative stocks like Koov. I just look at the facts, and form a view.
Do whatever you want to do with your portfolio, I couldn't care less.
But anyone telling me that Koov is good because its share price has gone up, with no supporting information, isn't worth listening to.
|rambutan2: Prelims out, no horrors but no immediate upside. Is going to take a while for clearer picture of whether management can really grow business away from ANZ, ie in Asia and UK. Share price unmoved, so far.
|she-ra: My guess its Mike Ashley trying to prop up the share price. But with his track record on buying shares I wouldn't rush to follow his lead if that large trade was his.
The flash sale fad seems to be over and there is little to justify this large market cap. They are trying to expand too fast and the costs they will incur are surely going to make there cash position shrink significantly. The news on Australia in the last trading update was a cause for deep concern. In their core market they are struggling. I know when heads of government are in trouble at home they look abroad with foreign affairs to attempt to restore some popularity but in business when there is trouble at home you stay home and try and sort it out.
I feel MySale is expanding a flawed business model.|
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Mysale Group share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange