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|Could the share price start to rise from tomorrow|
|You are right Nesty.
A long time ago DCD media had a xmas toy out. I used to scan the usual sites and see sold out everywhere but whey announced results the sales were pitiful and it was a load of hot air, it taught me a good lesson not to rely or invest in a stock that is reliant on a lot of xmas sales.|
|I really wouldn't read too much into QVC selling out.
I have worked for a company who has sold on QVC. The most important thing is you sell out. So you understock QVC.
Mainly as QVC charge very high tariffs in returning etc & they want to see a sold out sign as it boosts their TV cred which looks like they selling loads etc.
EJ probably didn't supply them with all that many devices. I very much doubt 800 units, more like 100-150 if any. IMHO!|
|hTTps://twitter.com/ElectricJukebox and the robbie williams campain starts tomorrow|
|post on LSE says that QVC sold 800 units in total - and also there's a tweet from EJ saying 'fear not' they have more units|
|You can email the PR company who will try to get details. Didn't sound like there was any problem in getting new stock over to QVC when I spoke with them. However you'd need to email to try to get that info clarified.|
|They need to sell 70k products to break even. How if they don't have them !!|
|The Electric Jukebox completely sold out at QVC last night…..NB, DYOR etc.
QVC: Sold out of Red, Blue and Black
Quote: ‘The item you are ordering is available on Waitlist only. If the item comes back in stock within the next 90 days, would you like it automatically shipped?’
PS .......Selfridges : Black; Quote: ’Low in stock'
Amazon : Blue; Quote: ’Only 15 left in stock (more on the way).’|
|Does TV Player make any money yet? How much is invested in that one?|
|SP tanking. What happened?|
|Looks like the spike was a dead cat bounce.|
|oops wrong bb - but yes I agee^ - Maybe Mk2 can be a self contained device with led lighting to eq and vibrate to the music? and under 50 quid!|
|Kreature - The Amazon firestick is EJ death warrant IMHO.
Who would pay £170 for relatively unknown outdated tech, then say £34 for a major known brand.
Also as a consumer. I am always interested to know what a products post support is like.
I mean what happens if EJ develops a fault further down the line? What is manufacturer support like after the 30 day shop rule, when the outlets (apart from John Lewis with 2 year guarantees on most things), pass the buck on to the manufacturer?|
|I was considering buying below the placing price.....but here's the problem, in my opinion :
A 5th of the price, with video, and number 1 selling item in Amazon Electronics. Any thoughts ?|
|Nesty Mrs will be fine|
|Bashing? I only ever given a truthful word on YOLO.
I know this market well. I have sources in high procurement. I could foresee what was going to happen here.
I just wished I could of foreseen the MRS suspension in the same way!|
|Have any of these early stage Investment Company's ever actually done anything except take money from shareholders?
What is YOLO's track record so far for anyone has been following it? Have they realised any investments and given a return to shareholders yet?
I'm thinking fron an investment point of view and not poker on the secondary market share trading.
|Another pumped and dumped stock from the pumper crew and their website/app pumping outlet.|
|Yet another voxmarkets wonder tip|
|Yes cheers Hope67
I think they may have bought in lower, though and does anyone know how much they invested and how big their stakes are?
It's all well investing here for the Magic Works juke box item but does anyone have any idea how many they need to sell and how many on going subscriptions annually to break even first and then eventually make a profit.
Back to 1p at the moment. Not sure what to make of it all.|
|Mass exodus here.|
|Nick I think the celebs hold stakes in Magic works
Magic Works has signed up a number of celebrities to assist in marketing Electric Jukebox, including Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field, Stephen Fry, Sheryl Crow and Alesha Dixon, all of whom have equity interests in the business.|