Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Creightons LSE:CRL London Ordinary Share GB0002341666 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.40p +1.44% 28.25p 28.00p 28.50p 28.25p 27.85p 27.85p 19,389 10:12:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 34.8 1.6 2.0 13.9 17.13

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/8/2018
21:31
I had only half clocked it before, but a suggestion in the piworld video around 10 minutes in that this year's 1st quarter sales forecast was tracking over 40% higher over last year. My forecast for this year as a whole is 10% and comps get much harder in the second half, but still provides very good comfort IMO.
pireric
09/8/2018
23:34
Thank you both
sabzahmed
09/8/2018
20:55
There was an interim dividend of 0.15p this year which there wasn't last year, so overall the dividend has gone up from 0.23p to 0.38p for the year, a 65% increase.
gdjs100
09/8/2018
20:43
Yep, 0.23p was as was announced in the final results a few weeks ago so as expected. Their payout methodology is based on EPS, which they don't adjust for the exceptional manufacturing costs and so the dividend is flat year over year (aligned to flat EPS). If, as I expect, there is a material jump in stated earnings this year, then I expect the dividend to rise commensurately.
pireric
09/8/2018
20:25
Is the divi same as last year? Was everyone expecting it to stay the same or go up? I thought we would see a small increase
sabzahmed
06/8/2018
21:33
Maybe this is the start of the bounce!
matt123d
28/7/2018
11:40
As promised
pireric
27/7/2018
20:38
Poised for a move higher next week, 35p short term.
matt123d
24/7/2018
19:54
Not sure I'd approve of a merger; not sure the cultures would match for starters. Credit to CRL for having ambitious internal targets, that they will no doubt be held to, to a certain extent (not that anyone looking into CRL from a cursory glance would notice!!). Added here today.
pireric
24/7/2018
07:38
A merger between the two, not that I think it will happen, would make a lot of sense. It would give IDP access to production facilities, they've had supply chain issues recently, and quality management. CRL would benefit from having some high growth brands in it's portfolio.
boonboon
24/7/2018
07:33
Idp definitely have their issues and it will be interesting which ceo they appoint. I do think it's got bigger growth potential than CRL though, but probably higher risk as well.I think skinny tan can come across as tacky but it is successful. I have high hopes for Roots and think other the next few years it will outperform Skinny Tan, especially as it is going into Boots next week.Charles and Lee also seems to be gaining some traction.
boonboon
24/7/2018
07:10
I did, but definitely prefer CRL. I really don't like the management team there, find them very promotional, and hard to judge their competency. Not a fan of the cash generation of IDP either. Need more track record. And then also think the brand value of CRL is better than that of IDP. Sure, know it's early days, but find IDPs brands a little tacky (appreciate they target a different area of the market)
pireric
24/7/2018
06:38
Did you also consider IDP? That's my preferred stock in the sector.
boonboon
23/7/2018
19:03
Evening! I've taken a decent starter position here today. The first thing that attracted me was the sector. I've been a holder of L'Oreal for a while and think the beauty/cosmetics sector is one of the best positioned looking out 10-15 years, in terms of scope to grow and share of household spend. I've followed the likes of CRL and Swallowfield for a while, and none have really caught my eye, but spent a lot of time whittling through a very large selection of AIM stocks over the last few weeks, whittling down to 32 very interesting ones, and then 9 that I very much liked the look of for an investment. Of those 9, two I highlighted as ripe for immediate investment, of which this was my number one. Why? 1. Valuation. It's quite frankly pretty cheap and I'm glad there is no proper research available as has opened a nice little entry point :0). Always very important in my book to normalise earnings to what I think is fair. In the last year... £1.635m statutory operating profit + £299k exceptional manufacturing costs - 26k finance costs taxed at 19% normalised rate = £1.55m normalised profit after tax Divided by diluted shares outstanding of c. 66.5m => approx. 2.32p of trailing earnings, putting this on a trailing P/E ratio of c. 12.1x. For a stock that should grow revenues double digits this year, in an attractive sector, with an attractive strategy, and where management have clearly achievable 2020 ambitions to nearly double the size of the group with the right c. £5m acquisition, suggesting clear runway for value creation. Quite frankly, this could be trading on 11x forward earnings or less. Sure, Swallowfield is at similar levels, but that isn't growing at all. 2. Management seem competent and the strategy outlined in the piworld video above had a whole range of interesting facts around, for example, product deployment into a significantly increasing number of stores. I'll rewatch the video and take a list of interesting points when I get a spare chance. In my book, the lack of broker coverage has not led people to focus on a proper adjusted earnings number (c. 2.3p), but has opened up a very attractive opportunity in my book. Starter position opened, likely to add on any weakness. P
pireric
30/6/2018
13:58
Creightons (CRL) Full year preliminary results presentation June 2018 Http://www.piworld.co.uk/2018/06/30/creightons-crl-full-year-preliminary-results-presentation-june-2018/ Creightons (CRL) FY results presented by: Bernard Johnson, Gp Managing Director, Paul Forster, Group Finance and Commercial Director, Pippa Global Marketing Director Bernard Johnson, Gp MD Overview – 00:53 Paul Forster, Gp Fin & Commercial Dir Financials – 03:57 Plans for growth – 11:57 Aspirations – 16:10 Pippa Clark – Global Marketing Director The market – 17:58 Business mix – 20:18 The challenge – 24:40 Q&A – 30:30
tomps2
26/6/2018
14:50
Next resistance area 35p then it's back to targeting the highs and 50p.
matt123d
26/6/2018
14:46
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1lilac
26/6/2018
09:08
I will settle for that oriental oracle (not the selling out early bit)!
impvesta
26/6/2018
08:50
@Impvesta - exactly the same for me. I was encourage from a previous investment (BOTB) which shot up from 15p to 45p on similar financials to Creightons. I sold out and then over the following 2 years it went on to hit 425p.... here's hoping
oriental oracle
26/6/2018
08:42
Bought mine at 32.25 and I'm not sure I share the optimism on here this morning. For me the jury is still out as to whether they can successfully manage the growth. Its a hold for me but I won't be topping up at present.
impvesta
26/6/2018
08:32
Bought my second lot @ 32.5 wonder if I'll get chance to get out of them. First lot at 6p guess I was over enthusiastic when they hit 45p. Looks good for the long term though, happy days.
chirpychips
26/6/2018
07:26
Good results but pER is about 14. If share price had dropped to 20 I might have bought. It might rise to 30
croasdalelfc
25/5/2018
12:13
Quiet here. I sold out at roughly breakeven on the recent bounce back to 30p. The truth is I have no idea how the company is doing and whether the bounce was justified. Having held all the way down to sub 20p I am relieved to be out until the situation becomes more clear.
tiswas
25/4/2018
21:40
Laughing my whatsits off at “I think I’ll get a chance to buy them even more cheaply”.
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