Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Asos Plc LSE:ASC London Ordinary Share GB0030927254 ORD 3.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 6,130.00p 6,134.00p 6,140.00p - - - 0 05:30:33
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 1,923.6 80.0 77.2 79.4 5,126.50

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13/8/2018
08:54
This tax talk is frustrating as a holder. The whole point of online shopping for retailers is to save on costs. I've been sufficiently spooked to have sold ~50% of my holding here for now, just as a trade because the short term doesn't look great with the tax talk but I still believe in the longer term. I will buy it back if it drops enough!
discojames
23/7/2018
10:40
Sosandar looks like the new Asos!
costax1654x
18/7/2018
11:55
Happy with my sub 5800 purchase recently, let’s these ride for a while, maybe back to test 6900+ Also recently bought (FUL) before results, (ABDP) on the pull back, acculating (PHTM) above 100p, (AOR) 68p,& (HYDG) following healthy results door as usual.
ny boy
17/7/2018
12:35
Looks like that was a buying opp
panic investor
16/7/2018
07:02
Let alone Midas, all brokers (a dozen of them) have a consensus of buy (a couple are on hold) but they’re all with price targets between £70 and £95. Investors are fickle at the best of times. This year growth forecast of 25% is still excellent,in an industry where achieving 20% is hard enough, the analysts wanted 30% and hence some have sold bringing the current price down to £57 from yearly highs of £77. Management have had to invest in technology and a new warehouse which has slowed the aggressive sales to manage the investment strategy. I still see this way off the long term PT of £95 and a short term of £65. Give it a couple of weeks and sentiment will return, price will react accordingly.
jthomas10
15/7/2018
13:10
Beat me to it - here's the link.
skinny
15/7/2018
13:07
Nice write up in the midas column, should get the monday morning bounce. MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: There is more growth in sight for trendsetting Asos - these shares are undervalued
rimau1
13/7/2018
16:05
Ridiculous price action today but hey, it’s going to have to reverse at some point. I ain’t selling a share until I achieve my short term PT of £65.
jthomas10
13/7/2018
15:18
Lots of nervous Nora's exiting in fear of bad press over the weekend ??
tonybaloni
13/7/2018
10:22
Mr 46 is busy today
tonybaloni
12/7/2018
21:17
I also bought into this stock today..feel the best is yet to come over the next couple of years..no brainier at this price level
mansell59
12/7/2018
20:14
I'm new to this share and this group but bought in today because the market is irrational, I did the same on Tesco and Ultraelectronics months ago when good fundamentals were not valued(for some reason) and hence made a good return. I respect well thought through comments with good analysis but I am dismayed by TrT type posts as they remind me of the type you see in the crypto world lol. Keep it smart!! Best wishes to everyone.
edscoville
12/7/2018
17:29
Trt One only has to look at your posting history to understand your motives. I suggest you listen to the audio call today that ASOS held with brokers to discuss their trading performance. Any retailer will bite your hand off at a 20% growth in the client climate. They have surpassed their gross margin expectations and are still set to achieve their annual forecast figures albeit at the lower end of the range they issued. They have spent the last 4 months optimising their business and if you know about their strategy you will appreciate they have had to do that in the P3 period due to their recent investments. All the dozen brokers are currently tipping this as a buy and that is bullish enough for anyone with a sound mind. In most stocks that is as volatile and talked about as ASOS you will have differing broker views but having a dozen with similar consensus and targets ranging from £70 - £95 only shows the potential from current prices. Aside from the high P/E which is synonymous with this stock and not the only consideration in investing (I actually prefer investing in high P/E stocks provided other metrics are in place as they tend to make higher highs and and higher lows), give me one good reason for your continuous one line drivel of this going down? I detest posters who post without merit and one only has to look at your history to understand your intentions. We should be helping each other make money and not lose money. If you have a valid argument, come out with it. ASOS is well placed to achieve good returns for shareholders especially at current prices. The yield from the technology and infrastructure investment this year should further enhance it's growth ambitions.
jthomas10
12/7/2018
17:18
Asos: friction fiction (Lex) The online fast fashion emporium is set to continue gathering pace https://www.ft.com/content/9bb2523a-85ce-11e8-96dd-fa565ec55929 On today's fall: "It is unlikely to stay down for long. The share of fashion bought online is expected to double in the next decade. Governments may want to mitigate the impact on the high street but that will not stop consumers upping their spending. The fast fashion online emporium will continue to travel at an impressive pace."
kamitora
12/7/2018
16:42
Nyboy I ain't no Jimmy Thomas bud - famous in my own little way though! ;)
jthomas10
12/7/2018
16:26
5500 is support 😁
ny boy
12/7/2018
16:15
Press coverage tomorrow will be negative and bring out more sellers - could see below £55 tomorrow
trt
12/7/2018
16:05
Growth has effectively stalled - taking more profits now before others get a chance I have got to protect large profits
trt
12/7/2018
15:48
Not the famous Jimmy Thomas that is driven around London in JT1 😉
ny boy
12/7/2018
14:29
*audio transcript
jthomas10
12/7/2018
13:50
Audit transcript of the investor call with the brokers today. Extremely encouraging and excellent performance - showing the drop has been way overdone. http://media.investis.com/a/asos/asos-analyst-investor-call.mp3
jthomas10
12/7/2018
12:32
I too hold from 53p days, more out of sentiment than good judgment. Regret not selling at £70 last year in truth. But, yes, I think it will bounce back up to mid range soon enough. The only justification to hold is to imagine st least 5, if not 10, years time. But that is a long time for most people here, me included. Good luck all buying on the dip!
donaferentes
12/7/2018
11:06
Well done, I got a few at 6040 and then again at 5950. Happy with that as I can see this doing a reversal in the next few days. Brokers have today reiterated their buy targets ranging from 7000 to 9500. Deffo a good upside from current levels!
jthomas10
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