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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
4imprint Group Plc LSE:FOUR London Ordinary Share GB0006640972 ORD 38 6/13P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2,125.00 2,115.00 2,125.00 2,145.00 2,075.00 2,090.00 23,119 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 658.1 41.3 116.5 18.1 594

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/10/2020
15:43
Followed, very quickly, by another purchase of nearly £200K - it wasn’t me!
glenowen
09/10/2020
15:38
Encouraging to see a large buy of over £100k, just before the closing bell today.I am hoping that, given the highly fragmented state of this particular industry, 4Imprint will be able to take up a lot of the slack left by smaller/weaker competitors, who might, unfortunately, be forced out of business by Covid-related pressures.
glenowen
07/10/2020
18:05
Could have been this? "Peel Hunt upgrades 4imprint on share price fall Peel Hunt has upgraded promotional product printer 4imprint (FOUR) after a share price fall opened up a ‘value gap’. Analyst Malcolm Morgan upgraded his recommendation from ‘hold’ to ‘add’ with a target price of £22 on the shares, which were trading at £17.80 yesterday. Morgan said market commentary ‘speaks of stabilised, but not materially improving conditions, which in a Covid-19 world is encouraging’. ‘History suggests market recovery can take several years,’ he said. ‘It also suggests that 4imprint outperforms the market recovery.’"
jeffian
07/10/2020
16:59
6% up today; any news?
deadly
29/9/2020
19:35
Looks like 1800p will be broken in the near term as CV 19 effects on this market sector is still going on..
seangwhite
04/9/2020
17:18
Looks like I spoke too soon - solid recovery from yesterday's low. Maybe yesterday was just "market maker manipilation" to get the share price low?
glenowen
03/9/2020
10:32
Excellent prediction, Sean G. Wish I had taken more notice of it at the time!
glenowen
13/8/2020
11:42
Profits down 99% and divi stopped and the share price is only down 6% so the market treated this well and many must be relieved. Can see the share price at sub 2000p shortly when the enormity of the downturn finally sinks in.
seangwhite
13/8/2020
08:57
And eight weeks later, that is starting to look like a well-timed trade.
dab26
16/6/2020
10:14
hmm. i sold this one too early at 2400. bought in at 1995. contemplating buying back in if price drops but looks unlikely now
investing2retire
16/6/2020
08:28
Market like the TU today; up 6% so far. "As the partial or full lifting of these restrictions began in many US states in May and early June, weekly order counts have steadily increased and are now approaching 50% of the 2019 comparative. Importantly, we continue to acquire new customers and the new-to-existing customer ratio has remained broadly stable over this period."
deadly
03/6/2020
09:12
US opening up is good news, share price has been holding for a few days looks like the next step up is starting.
mickeyb
18/5/2020
10:36
At last the shares have crossed back over the £20 mark. With the prospect of orders for promotional stuff in readiness for the US election in November, hopefully it will translate to a swift uplift to £25 over the next month or so. I'm not holding my breath.
erogenous jones
30/4/2020
22:22
I raise my hat... My ventures went bust due to embezzlement by a partner. He was later jailed for 18 months. It cost me £77,000 in 1982 and worse, my confidence. But, I had the dignity to discharge every creditor every penny owed to them and although in desperate circumstance was ineligible for any support while I tried to find work. The most worrying thing from the imposed lockdown is that the businesses least able to cope have swathes of well remunerated managers that have not got a clue on what to do or how to plan for disaster. Frankly, a business that cannot stand on its own feet for six weeks deserves to go bust IMO. And if shareholders need to be tapped for cash, then that has to be preferable to being bailed out.
erogenous jones
30/4/2020
16:45
"At least quoted equities are highly liquid, unlike property, " Don't I know it! I was a (commercial) property developer from 1984 through to Y2000. Despite the ERM debacle and extortionate interest rates, I did actually manage to make money, although several schemes that started out as 'developments' became 'investments'!
jeffian
30/4/2020
12:59
Jeffian - I am about 6 years behind you - 1987 was the worst. But the market always returns and although the companies in the FTSE/DOW etc change, these have grown over time to return 7% to investors. At least quoted equities are highly liquid, unlike property, and can be bought and sold in varying amounts at known prices and low cost.
erogenous jones
08/4/2020
18:24
Cloud cuckoo land?? Already at 2000 and well above today.
deadly
20/3/2020
23:54
glenowen, I'm not sure how I see anything coming out of the coronavirus crisis - pubs, FOUR, whatever - other than that it will. I started my investing life just before the oil-war crash of 1973/4 (and if anyone thinks this is bad, you ain't seen nothing!) and have been through many recessions. They all bounce back at some point. I suppose there is a difference this time in that a Government has never shut down the entire economy by decree and there must be companies that won't survive that, but on the whole I take the view that this is bargain-hunting territory. Btw, I probably would have reinvested the lot like you - as I did with some of the proceeds of the other takeovers - but the EIG payment only appeared in my account on 17 March. Phew! Given the mayhem in the market, I had a fleeting fear it may not turn up.
jeffian
20/3/2020
21:03
Jeffian - you timed those disposals very well - although I take your point that they weren't planned! I also benefitted from the GNK takeover and the large capital distribution from FSTA around the same time. Unfortunately, I re-invested the lot!Glad to hear that Mr Tuppen is alive and kicking. He made a nice profit for me up to the financial crash, the margins at EI were astonishing! (Property company rather than a pub company?) But like all good things, it couldnt last. You did well to be a shareholder at the end and benefit from the big rise before the takeover.How do you see the pub industry coming out of the Coronavirus crisis? Difficult to see a clear picture with the bad news from the shutdown being counterbalanced, to some extent, by the Govt support announced at the same time.I am keeping my powder dry for the time being. Despite the big rise today at FOUR, I suspect it might well head south again next week.
glenowen
20/3/2020
10:18
That is quite a bounce for a company that lost 60% of its usual income over a 3 day period. Presumably income will be much lower imminently.
shanklin
19/3/2020
23:03
Then you haven't been paying attention, glenowen! (1324, 1339, 1543, 1546 etc) Yes, I'm like a kid in the sweetshop at the moment. As a result of unforeseen takeovers of some of my largest holdings (RPC, GNK, EIG) I find myself 70% in cash. Ted Tuppen is thriving. We meet most years in Switzerland skiing.
jeffian
19/3/2020
20:52
Again, Erogenous, many thanks for your informed comment. It is good to see some helpful information on these boards from someone who knows what they are talking about. I used to view and comment on the JDW (Wetherspoon)board but became totally fed up by individuals who hi-jacked it to rant on about Brexit and what a hero Tim Martin (the chairman) was. I don't care what peoples' politics are, so long as they can comment sensibly on a company and its business prospects. In that vein, welcome Jeffian - haven't seen you on a non-pub/brewing board before! I have every intention of hoovering up some shares in JDW very soon, as the bottom cannot be far off. FOUR is, like JDW I think, a very-well managed company with good long-term prospects and we might not be far off the bottom here either. I don't think I will catch rock bottom and I don't want to buy and then see the share price halve again - which might easily happen. I think its a "watch and wait" game at the moment. I hope you invest your EI proceeds well. Whatever happened to Ted Tuppen?
glenowen
19/3/2020
18:07
FOUR is very much on my radar as a buy. I always though it a bit expensive before but it's certainly in range now. Regarding the statement today, I was interested in the glimpse it gave into the wider picture - "In February 2020, at the height of the COVID-19 disruption in China, this part of the supply chain was a major concern. However, the timing of the inventory cycle meant that our domestic suppliers have been able to fulfil our customer orders since then. At the same time, we have closely monitored a substantial recovery of production capacity in Chinese factories." My wife accuses me of being a "denier" because I think this is all a huge and damaging over-reaction (AIDS, SARS, Ebola....where are they now?). If China is the template then a bounceback after a few months is a possibility. All those empty shelves to be filled.....
jeffian
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