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SGP Supergroup

2,060.00
0.00 (0.00%)
Last Updated: 00:00:00
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Supergroup LSE:SGP London Ordinary Share GB00B60BD277 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 2,060.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,052.00 2,054.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
  -
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 2,060.00 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
12/12/201807:16Super group8,095
25/4/201721:45Buy towards 1,300p plus1
08/11/201300:21SGP is worth a little more then a set of NEW TOILETS57
01/1/201212:41*** Supergroup ***3
22/11/201112:14Sanctuary Group: Sink or Swim?3,044

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Posted at 03/1/2018 09:56 by iandippie
Loving this share. Repeatedly tipped in SCSW as it continues its quiet climb to ever new highs. Forward pe of only 15. Quarterly growth time and again. And a quiet board means the story has a long way to go?
Posted at 17/11/2017 15:34 by the white house
RBC did raise their target price from 170p below the current price to 70p below so just a childish attempt to cover up their past poor judgement. Ignore
Posted at 15/11/2017 00:31 by thewheeliedealer
Hi all, most weekends I do a Blog on some Charts and stuff and this week I covered ATH Breakouts and what it means etc. Anyway, SGP came up and I explain it all here:



I hope it helps, Cheers, WD
Posted at 06/11/2017 09:37 by 3rd eye
SGP Supergroup report on this Thursday the 9th, first 2 1/4s.

Strong broker backing and the fundies look very bullish. Dont forget the company sells in over 100 countries and wholesale is a big part of the business.

SuperGroup PLC

FORECASTS

2018 2019

Date Rec Pre-tax (£) EPS (p) DPS (p) Pre-tax (£) EPS (p) DPS (p)
Investec Securities

31-10-17 BUY 98.10 94.84 31.61 116.20 111.64 37.21
Peel Hunt LLP
31-10-17 BUY 100.62 98.91 33.00 117.81 115.80 38.00
Numis Securities Ltd
30-10-17 HOLD 98.30 96.00 32.00 112.90 108.30 36.10
Canaccord Genuity Ltd
06-07-17 BUY 97.50 94.20 31.30 116.80 112.60 37.20
Cantor Fitzgerald Europe
04-07-17 BUY 98.00 94.10 31.35 110.00 105.00 35.58

2018 2019
Pre-tax (£) EPS (p) DPS (p) Pre-tax (£) EPS (p) DPS (p)

Consensus 98.16 95.40 31.80 115.91 110.58 36.79
1 Month Change -0.00 -0.02 -0.01 -0.01 0.02 0.01
3 Month Change 0.25 0.73 0.72 5.72 2.83 0.87

GROWTH
2017 (A) 2018 (E) 2019 (E)

Norm. EPS 66.59% 16.45% 15.91%
DPS 306.58% 28.23% 15.68%

INVESTMENT RATIOS
2017 (A) 2018 (E) 2019 (E)

EBITDA £122.10m £141.37m £165.66m
EBIT £85.60m £98.38m £114.24m
Dividend Yield 1.33% 1.71% 1.98%
Dividend Cover 3.30x 3.00x 3.01x
PER 22.73x 19.52x 16.84x
PEG 0.34f 1.19f 1.06f
Net Asset Value PS 386.79p 526.20p 581.70p
Posted at 03/11/2017 15:38 by the white house
Some low price targets on here. I'm giving them 8 years to move from current market cap to 6X higher equalling that of Next which is £9bn, last I lookedCoincidentally my price is the same as my post numberTarget price 2025 = £80.18
Posted at 03/11/2017 12:45 by 3rd eye
SGP Supergroup....Tipped here on this site, just lifted it from a US B/Board.

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Posted at 03/11/2017 10:57 by 3rd eye
SGP Supergroup : bullish 5 year UP wedge Reports on Thu 9th Nov. Doesnt have to rely on UK Market. 2018 EPS 16.4% P/E 19, Peel Hunt BUY £21😎
Posted at 30/10/2017 12:13 by nw99
Yes target price is raised much higher
Posted at 30/9/2017 19:46 by tjbird
Share of the Week: Going from great to amazing
By David Brenchley | Fri, 29th September 2017 - 16:32
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Share of the Week: Going from great to amazing
It was described by broker Canaccord Genuity as "one of the most comprehensive capital markets days that we have attended in recent years", and SuperGroup (SGP) clearly impressed analysts and investors invited to a two-day event which outlined the clothing retailer's strategy to take its flagship Superdry brand "from great to amazing".

And analysts in attendance were gushing. "We are absolutely persuaded that near-to mid-term profit forecast risk remains to the upside," says Panmure Gordon's Peter Smedley. "The strength and depth of management... was hugely impressive," added Canaccord's Sanjay Vidyarthi.

Chief executive Euan Sutherland and his team told the crowd that the company would rebrand as Superdry. It's aiming for "strong" yearly sales growth with operating costs to grow more slowly, 0-30 basis points of gross margin uplift per year, "moderate" operating margin expansion and improved cash conversion between 2018 and 2020.

A lot's already been achieved in the last few years. It's invested significantly in infrastructure, systems, processes and product quality; delivered cracking returns; seen 10 consecutive quarters of like-for-like retail sales growth; and paid out dividends totalling £58 million.

Now, it wants to capitalise on what it sees as a huge untapped world market opportunity, despite already being present in 148 countries. It aims to strengthen its already strong global digital brand and continue its "relentless innovation".

"We are more excited today than we have ever been before about the future of Superdry and our ability to create long-term sustainable growth for our investors by delivering on our compelling strategy," added Sutherland.

"Having doubled pre-tax profit FY12-15, we expect another 50% growth FY17-20, with free cash flow as a percentage of sales rising from 1.2% in FY17 to 10.5% by FY20E," says Vidyarthi.



Smedley's slightly ticked up earnings per share (EPS) forecasts for 2018 and 2019 to 94.8p and 111.6p respectively, though he cautions that the cost of growth may prove higher than the market is hoping for. For that reason, he admits his 1,898p target price is "cautiously set".

"However, a continuation of SGP's recent consistency... over the next 6-12 months may well encourage us to take that leap of faith and be more ambitious".

Vidyarthi says any concerns over the Superdry brand and longer-term growth prospects have been allayed, while John Stevenson at Peel Hunt reckons "the shares merit revisiting for those that dismiss SuperGroup as a one-trick pony".

Rating and price targets on the stock are already pretty bullish. Still, "there's significant growth ahead", Stevenson adds. He himself is the most positive, with a price target of £21.10. That said, the share price has found it tough to make any break above £17 stick. And we're nearly there again after an 8% rally this week.

A forward earnings multiple of 16 times is a sector premium, but the shares do trade at a big discount to the online retailers. That valuation is "compelling" according to Vidyarthi, while Smedley says "the CMD is likely to shine a spotlight on that undeserved significant discount".

It remains to be seen whether a first-half trading update on 9 November will be the catalyst needed to lift shares above its resistance level.

This article is for information and discussion purposes only and does not form a recommendation to invest or otherwise. The value of an investment may fall. The investments referred to in this article may not be suitable for all investors, and if in doubt, an investor should seek advice from a qualified investment adviser.
Posted at 05/7/2017 09:49 by albanyvillas
SuperGroup (SGP) is set to open a number of standalone Superdry Sport stores as a play on the popularity of its "athleisure" range of products. Chief executive Euan Sutherland said that the range brings a fashion-first approach to sportsware, whereas other popular sports brands such as Nike and Adidas tend to focus on the technical elements first and fashion second. Sport is part of the "innovation" ranges at Superdry, which also includes premium and snow lines, which together doubled its proportion of group revenue over the past year to "high single digits", according to Mr Sutherland.

New store openings - 80 new stores were opened over the year, taking the total of 555 - helped overall retail sales grow by 20.8 per cent to £502.5m, and the refurbishment of 10 stores next year should provide a further boost. But management said the fastest-growing route to customers was online, with year-on-year sales up by 35 per cent, taking the proportion of sales through e-commerce to 25.9 per cent. However, an increased proportion of wholesale revenue and more clearance sales throughout the year squeezed the margin by 130 basis points to 60.2 per cent.

Analysts at Cantor Fitzgerald expect adjusted pre-tax profit of £98m for the year to April 2018, giving EPS of 94.1p, up from £87m and 84.5p in FY2017.

SUPERGROUP (SGP)
ORD PRICE: 1,532p MARKET VALUE: £1.25bn
TOUCH: 1,530-1,533p 12-MONTH HIGH: 1,791p LOW: 1,185p
DIVIDEND YIELD: 1.8% PE RATIO: 19
NET ASSET VALUE: 457p NET CASH: £67.6m
Year to 29 Apr Turnover (£m) Pre-tax profit (£m) Earnings per share (p) Dividend per share (p)
2013 360 51.8 44.7 nil
2014 431 45.2 34.0 nil
2015 487 59.5 56.1 nil
2016* 598 55.4 50.7 23.2
2017 752 84.8 81.2 28.0
% change +26 +53 +60 +21
Ex-div: 13 Jul

Payment: 22 Sep

*53-week period to 30 April

IC VIEW:
The shares rose around 6 per cent in early trading, suggesting that investors are on board with the focus on sport, and are trading at around 16 times earnings. Analysts think that refurbishments should kick-start growth in the UK, and that there's still room to grow in Europe and the US. Buy.
Supergroup share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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