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% 1.575p 1.50p 1.65p 1.575p 1.575p 1.575p 460,360 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 1.6 0.0 0.0 - 7.89

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Distil Daily Update: Distil is listed in the Beverages sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DIS. The last closing price for Distil was 1.58p.
Distil has a 4 week average price of 1.48p and a 12 week average price of 1.48p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.48p.
There are currently 500,833,488 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 702,376 shares. The market capitalisation of Distil is £7,888,127.44.
berny3: Boff 1)I disagree that growth is stagnating. It is my opinion that it is still healthy and growing. Your Asda issues I am not too sure about. Personally I would not use your issues with Asda as a guide for my strategy. I am sure you respect that :) 2) I disagree - you can never rule that out but that would not fit with the current strategy and financial prudence. 3) Each to their own on this only time will tell. 4)In my opinion Mr Goulding is a shroud wise old dog and I would not right him off for his age. He has a significant vested interest to get the share price up as that would be a big contributor to his pension. My answers to each of your points are discussion issues rather than trying to sway your opinion which I respect. Equally your points are the same and require consideration but I am confident I can answer each of your points with what I have looked at. The holding by the fund is significant and it is a very shroud manager behind that fund. Lets see where we are this time next year. We were 1.6 last year and now are 1.875. You did well if you bought in and sold out at the top, but I have never known anybody to always be able to achieve perfect market timing. I do not disagree the entry into the US market has been a longtime, but getting recipes, bottle shape and sizes (US bottling is different than UK bottling and requires a separate run), label design through TTB can be quite a headache and a long drawn out affair. Then you move to distribution and due to the size of the US and different laws and licensing in each State it can be tough to get ahead in the game. Always it is better to take the time to get it right rather than rush and get it wrong and need to start a new campaign. By my figures we have a potential profit of circa £100K; contribution of £634K - on that basis alone the company should be valued circa £15mln - but that is my own figures and assessment of value.
suneday: It's aiming to launch Redleg in the US. That will require cash. As to that and the basis of the agreement they're looking for and so on, how much cash, where from, and what states it will target with what distributor - that's all unknown isn't it? But in my view management will try to work for break even whilst increasing volume. See how that's going with results. Pity for some share price got ahead of itself, or it would have been perceived as doing quite nicely over the year share price wise.
haggismchaggis: And so my filter list gets longer. No point reading stuff that isn't worth reading from people that just want the share price to go down, as it suits their agenda. I'll stick with DIS because everyone, including this nefarious lot, know there is loads of upside potential here and very little downside potential, especially with 520 new stores and the USA sales to kick in. As for the fundraising bullsh1t, that's typical of any trader or shorter to throw on a BB (along with P/E bulsh1t), they most likely never even know how much cash and cash burn a company has when they post that word! Suffice to say DIS had £690k in cash on 30 September 2017, plus £378k in receivables and £99k in payables, The loss in the 6 months was a mere £21k, but H2 always performs better and could easily reverse this. So there won't be any fundraising and those spouting the word are only here to bash the stock for their own gains. bootie6417 Jan '18 - 11:14 - 4613 of 4631 (Filtered) Hydrus17 Jan '18 - 13:54 - 4627 of 4631 (Filtered) threadworm17 Jan '18 - 13:12 - 4623 of 4631 (Filtered) Boffster17 Jan '18 - 13:39 - 4625 of 4631 (Filtered)
biggest bill: The problem is that on valuation grounds, Distil looks massively overpriced. The only hope for shareholders is for Distil to sell its brands at inflated prices. To put it mildly, this is not guaranteed. If nobody is interested in buying Distil's brands, the share price can only fall from here.
threadworm: "USA can easily more than double sales very quickly, so double the share price is easily possible. Then take into account that double revenues equates to a much bigger profit (admin costs are already covered), so the share price should really go higher than that" I'm afraid it's not quite as straightforward as that haggis. Remember Blavod was doing c.£4m + in sales in the US once upon a time.
haggismchaggis: USA can easily more than double sales very quickly, so double the share price is easily possible. Then take into account that double revenues equates to a much bigger profit (admin costs are already covered), so the share price should really go higher than that, once the financial results show the profit has increased and cash in the bank is growing at a decent rate. Ultimately DIS should be valued on the combined value of each brand, as DIS is not in this game to make huge profits, it's core strategy is to build up the brands and then sell each brand on to a multinational like Diageo for big money.
cody1: Boffster sold out jan /feb missed the rise in share price..! posted negative ever since let it go...let it go Boffster - 17 Jan 2017 - 08:33:56 - 1946 of 4457 Distil PLC - Here's to a spirited future! - DIS Having been in this stock for ages, I saw the trading update this morning and was ready for more disappointment and was in the mood to sell, but this update is a belter. Should see us swinging nicely into profitability and possibly make the big boys realise that if they want to buy the brands they'll have to do so from the shareholders not the administrators.
chinese investor: The procedure for notifying the market about holdings above a certain level in a company is supposed to make everything more transparent, but at times the opposite would appear to be true. It certainly seems to be an area which confuses many private investors, and I personally think that some follow holdings RNSs far too closely, and even use them as buy or sell signals, which can be dangerous if the reporting of these holdings is not accurate, nor up-to-date in some cases. Currently FCA rules mean that anyone holding 3% or more of the total issued shares in a company must disclose that position within two trading days of crossing that threshold, providing the company is incorporated in the UK, and that will come via a TR1 notification in RNS form. Subsequently for each 1% threshold crossed (no further disclosure is required once a holding drops below 3%) a further TR1 notification is required. There are several exceptions to this rule, with one of the most common being that for non-UK incorporated companies the notifiable threshold if 5%, with subsequent notifications required at 10, 15, 20, 30, 50 and 75%, and disclosure of any change must be within four days. Other exceptions include fund managers, and under EU rules they can disclose at 5% and 10%, and then each additional 1% thereafter. Market makers can also hold up to 10% without disclosing their position, as long as they don't use that holding to interfere in the running of the company or to influence the direction it takes.
berny3: Mudis See links below - Tesco was listed in 2015 - There were two listings in the same half year previous year [Waitrose and Morrisons]. This half year Asda was included in the listing but only for Redleg Rum. Therefore achieving growth in sales above last quarter YOY is up and above the supply chain fill for that half year. Morrisons no. of stores 491 Waitrose stores stocked 128 [back around the time it was listed I got a look at the Waitrose database in a store] Asda 525 Compare: H/Y 2017 491 *2 + 128 = estimate 1,110 H/Y 2018 525 = estimate 525 It is unlikely that listings were in every Morrisons or every Asda but it gives a comparison. The area for easy expansion would seem to be Blackwoods Gin and Vodka. The Vodka has less of a following than the Gin. So in the short term it would look sensible to try and get Blackwoods Gin listed in Tesco [throughout UK]; Asda; Waitrose; Wetherspoons, other pub chains. The talk of throwing advertising money at the US market is not sensible until you have achieved closer capacity in your current successful market the UK. I think people need to be realistic with the company and its growth plans. Also understand how well the company has done so far with distribution with zero debt. Waitrose 11/08/16 Morrisons 22/09/16 Asda 18/04/17 03/17 Redleg listing in Wetherspoons Tesco 29/10/15
multibagger: From FEVR Interim update... ".....We have continued to build on our partnerships with both the established premium gin brands and the increasing number of local craft gin brands, enabling Fever-Tree to play a key role alongside these brands in driving the premium gin and tonic trend across the UK. We also have begun to seed our new expanded range of dark spirits mixers across a small number of high end On-Trade bars this summer and have seen increased distribution of our Cola at retail in the first half of 2017. We are increasingly optimistic about the significant opportunity in premium dark spirits mixers, both within the UK and across our International markets......" Sounds very good to me with all the photos we have seen with FEVR and Red Leg posted :) We could see a DIS share price uplift on the back of this FEVR trading update...
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