Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Distil LSE:DIS London Ordinary Share GB0030164023 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.15p 2.10p 2.20p - - - 0 06:40:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 1.6 0.0 0.0 - 10.79

Distil Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/4/2018
20:17
I agree Pete, this is a slow burn regarding share price gains, but I believe the underlying business is very sound, I missed my major top up last time but have a 1 % stake ready and waiting if my buy in price comes around again. Only hold 0.5 % currently
monnow
25/4/2018
19:41
TU didn't fire the mkt, but I saw nothing wrong with it - steady progress. But mkt interest gone and share price falling again - another opportunity to buy in soon. Somebody mentioned trade show last weekend - anything interesting? GL, pete
petersinthemarket
25/4/2018
11:02
buoycat, I suspect they have big insurance polices to cover events like that, just like bookies have insurance to cover a huge payout.
haggismchaggis
25/4/2018
10:59
The thing to remember I guess is that MMs can't force anyone to buy or sell shares. They can only tempt buyers and sellers into the market by moving the price. Many on these boards call it manipulation as if that's a bad thing, but it's making a market. But how do market makers cover themselves if they take shares onto their books and they are over taken by events which demand a sharp price movement against their position?
buoycat
24/4/2018
08:38
buoycat, your statement "for every seller, there is a buyer" is true if you are trading using CFD. Haggis's statement is correct in investors world.
acdc52
23/4/2018
16:47
No, not when there are MM's, as the MM's have to keep a float of the stock called their 'book'. It is stock going in and out of the book that causes prices to rise and fall when supply and demand are out of balance. So today the MM's took in more stock than they passed on to buyers and the MM's book increased. When I talk about buyers and sellers I only mean ii or pi investors, as it is the MM's job to keep the market moving, and it is in their interest to pick up cheap stock that they can sell down the line for a higher price, often by just walking the price up.
haggismchaggis
23/4/2018
16:08
For every seller there's a buyer
buoycat
23/4/2018
15:40
True, but people selling when the best time for the company is close ahead, following an investor show where you would expect buying to follow, not selling?But still, if there were ii analysts at the investor show, they could be buying in a few days, once they have completed analysis and DD.
haggismchaggis
23/4/2018
13:02
People buy and sell shares every day for a million reasons. That's what makes it a market!
buoycat
23/4/2018
11:40
Nice place to be, yet some fools are selling today!
haggismchaggis
23/4/2018
11:12
Thank you VI. Very useful info particularly about cash. From last interim's Trade and other receivables 378K Cash and cash equivalents 690K If they now have 1M cash, they have accumulated over 310K in the last 6 months. I imagine some of this might be due to reducing the trade receivables number, but it sounds to me like they might not have been growing the promo spend at the same rate as in previous years. Unless they have stopped controlling other outgoings, surely some of this will go straight to the bottom line?
dietcoke197
23/4/2018
07:27
Thank you VI (now following) - another 1500 Bars is good news. Replacing SJ is also interesting. Amazon is very difficult to quantify as not sure how big that market is, whether it is mainly specialised etc.. All good news and thank you for the update. No mention of Blavod as they keep getting mentioned in the TU. With the right distributor I think Blavod has a lot of potential in the US.
berny3
22/4/2018
20:49
I've posted several comments from speaking to Don yesterday at the UKIS on my Twitter: @vilage_idoit.
vilage_idoit
22/4/2018
19:28
From the other board.Sat 16:19Price: 2.48mazik836 postsUK investors showI have had few meetings with Don and did ask about at what stage we are in USA, he told me that talks are still going on and due to the sensivity he cannot release the status until the deal is closed at our terms if they are serious we are seeking funds to be injected in Distl. We are self financingwithin the market we are in , we have over a million in cash and Red leg rum is doing very well and increase of outlets in UK is increasing and France and Eastern Europe the demand is taken off . Well I am satisfied as we are still a micro cap..all to look forward for..imo
haggismchaggis
22/4/2018
14:20
Feedback appreciated
berny3
22/4/2018
13:34
I don't know if Wray or Slater are shareholders . This was more of how they view investing.
jch18
22/4/2018
11:56
Cheers JC are Wray and Slatter Investors? Were they talking about Distil specifically?
berny3
22/4/2018
08:59
One interesting point came from yesterday by Nigel Wray? Is that we are starting to go back to pubs being for drinking and meeting rather than food. If the pendulum is starting to swing back, this may be good for Distil.Talking to the team yesterday, the aim is steady growth. I like there ideas for future development, but things take time and patient really is a virtue. The latter point was made by Wray and Slater especially.
jch18
20/4/2018
14:18
Cheers Mudis will take a look. Good point about Early Easter.
berny3
20/4/2018
13:23
Berny3 Analyst research note from dis website. Q4 boosted by early easter imo.
mudis
20/4/2018
13:19
Mudis re: on my post 5189 if GP margin can be improved by circa 0.75% in Q2 and Q4 we could squeeze £120K profit. albeit using my crude calcs £150K would be a high expectation IMO. What is your source?
berny3
20/4/2018
13:06
Don't think it's gonna be hard to twist heads at the show this time round. In a really good position compared to last time round.
a_2_b
20/4/2018
12:49
DC and PIM - running through the figures anticipated £2,033K revenue and £104K net profit. What is significant and has been missed IMO is that Q1,2 and 3 were reported as 21% revenue of 29% volume. Q4 has just been reported as 28% growth in revenue and 37% growth in volume. Q4 is usually the slowest quarter of the year. However, we are seeing increased volume and revenue in this quarter above ROY average. ODR possibly opportunity to come back in?
berny3
20/4/2018
11:37
Dietcoke Market expectations 150k profit.
mudis
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