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|In the meantime we drift...|
|Interims last year released 18th May..so i guess around the time this year.|
|Anyone know when the interims are?|
|Groupon deal on patisserie Valerie in Manchester today, Afternoon Tea for Two £19. 1000 already bought.|
|Packed today in chippenham on a sunday afternoon!!|
|Went to patisserie in high wycombe today for lunch and could not get a table. Keep spending!|
|Kenyo I am not a holder here but will be on weakness it's been on my watch list for quite a while now. I feel it has very good prospects so don't lose heart yet|
|Yeh down on no news, fundamentals intact. Happy to hold.|
|Disappointing performance overall. Still jam tomorrow but never today. I've held for 2 years so obviously didn't sell during the "glory days" of a few months in 2016 as I felt there were more goodies to come. Now wondering if the recent fall is share specific or just general stock market malaise. Divi isn't much cop either............. so not much growth here and not much income.
So.......... what is CAKE for?|
|Maison Blanc in Winchester has closed:
Patisserie Valerie don't seem to have any representation there so maybe my big theory was wrong. I now don't think that we will get many sites out of this.
Asagi (long CAKE)|
|They already have one in Chichester but the other site is next to Carluccios however the hell you spell that|
|Maison Blanc stores have been getting closed at no notice.
Maison Blanc, the café and patisserie on Turnham Green Terrace, has closed again with no indication of any plans to reopen...The chain's outlets in Henley and Chichester also closed this week. A notice was posted in the Henley store from the staff thanking customers and confirming the closure was permanent.
Patisserie Holdings might have played an absolute blinder here. Maison Blanc management will be desperate to get out of lease/rent commitments and landlords will bite the hands off a 'bobs your uncle' new tenant.
Asagi (long CAKE)|
|WD can't find part 2 of your blog on your website.|
I finally got round to doing Part 2 of the Blogs - this bit explores CAKE Valuation and talks my ideas on Targets - you should see it on my Blog Page here:
Hope it helps, cheers, WD|
|Patisserie Valerie customers do their advertising for them on facebook and instagram. What a fantastic business we have our hands on here.
Asagi (long CAKE)|
|https://www.facebook.com/ValerieCafe/posts/1269255676455804:0Amazing how a chance of A free cake can generate so much traffic. 700 shares and 3k likes , FB followers now 92k up 35% since Sept|
|For example price rise of 9p this morning based on. £120 trade.|
|The 9p is the spread on the buy. Take no notice of it as its caused by low volume.|
|Bit of a pattern with the SP, frequently up 10-15p in the morning only to drop back in afternoon. Needs to break 345 then hopefully we'll have another leg up|
|Hi Panic Investor, thanks for the feedback :-)
Hi Asagi, that's very useful detail - totally makes sense and I agree that getting Maison Blanc could get them more sites although they might just keep them in the MB format assuming they can be turned around.
|Always useful WD|
I have been digging into CAKE lately but have not bought any Shares (yet). To drive my research I have written a fairly detailed Blog which will probably be of particular interest to peeps like myself who are in the "shall I invest?" stage. Anyway, you should be able to find Part 1 of my deliberations at the link below and I plan to bash out Part 2 later in the coming week which will look at Valuations and Targets etc.
I hope it is useful, Cheers, WD
|Patisserie Holdings PLC (CAKE) Given “Buy” Rating at Canaccord Genuity
February 14th, 2017 • 0 comments • Filed Under • by ABMN Staff
Patisserie Holdings PLC logoCanaccord Genuity reiterated their buy rating on shares of Patisserie Holdings PLC (LON:CAKE) in a report published on Tuesday. Canaccord Genuity currently has a GBX 405 target price on the stock.|
|Luke Johnson does a column every week in the Business section of the Sunday Times. Yesterday's was about how many entrepreneurs get bored very easily and are continually looking for new ideas or something to do.
There was a random paragraph quite early in the article when he said that he has often been looking around for a new project:
"I have made both terrible and excellent investments because I was looking for something to do. When we bought Patisserie Valerie 10 years ago, we had no plan of any kind. We almost made up the project as we went along. Yet over the past decade it has become just about my most successful venture."