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|Peel Hunt upgrading today from HOLD to BUY target 400p.
Thanks for the update vaughan :-)|
|After picking DOM up following the "overdone" fall recently, I went to the AGM yesterday at their Milton Keynes distribution depot. This was the shortest AGM that I have been to -- it lasted less than 5 minutes! I guess this avoids too much official recording, and the board meembers were more than happy to chat afterwards at the "all you can eat" pizza lunch! I brought up the idea of robot deliveries that have been trialled in Germany: no firm ideas for the UK today but it is under discussion. Maybe that is why there is a nice rise in the share price today!|
|Buying opportunity at Domino’s, says Numis
Numis believes there is a buying opportunity at Domino’s Pizza (DOM) after a 20% fall in the shares.
Analyst Richard Stuber retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 510p on the stock after share price falls following preliminary results in March. The shares were trading flat at 326p at the time of writing.
The shares have fallen 20% since the results but Stuber said this correction was not justified.
‘Despite slowing like-for-like sales, we retain confidence in the cash generative, high return on capital employed model,’ he said.
‘We do not expect like-for-like to revert to double-digit growth, but we do expect system sales – the key sign of health – to remain in high single digit in line with the growth for the wider delivery market. We think this share price fall offers an attractive buying opportunity.’
|19th april Credit Suisse outperform tp 455p
|Worth Topping up here ;)|
|Good luck with your choice eodfire. I know nothing of the oil minnows but feel that DOM is set for a bounce off the 300p mark which started on Friday, I think.
I have a target of 350p so will see what pans out.|
|Good luck here guys. Switched my holding from here to tullow oil yesterday. Looking for a quicker rise. I'll be back if the share price stays under 320for a while longer.|
|Beaufort Securities initiating coverage today with 'speculative buy' and target price of 350p|
|There's a gap at 328p so I believe it will be filled on next run up once seller had finished :)|
|Came onboard at 328 as I was waiting for an entry point. Now able to see that it was a little bit early... Never nice catching a falling knife. No expert, but chart wise the Sp looks to be flattening out so I hope we are now getting ready for a bounce. Still happy with buying at 328.|
|It looks a decent spot to get in now. If it was to fall well below £3 I would be looking at buying a big chunk here.|
|Took a small nibble this morning....no pun intended!|
|A rise is inevitable eventually, it's been falling for a good month now.
Looking back at the charts there is a trading range between £3 and £4, so we are now at the bottom of that range.|
|Pulling in a few buyers in the last 90 minutes.|
|the fact the company is not buying back at these levels suggest that they expect it to go down even further|
|reduced position by half, will review later but this looks set to drop further.|
|That`s the first sub 300p trade in over 12 months.
Not looking good at all ... 0.5 million traded already , mostly dumped|
|Nearest branch to me is 31 miles. Quite close enough! Don't have to eat the stuff as an investor, thankfully.|
|It keeps bouncing off 305, seems to be holding up for now.
I ordered a Dominos for dinner, it's the first time I have used their online delivery service. It was quick and easy, food was lovely!|
|DOMINOS READY TO BOUNCE: Domino’s Pizza (LSE: DOM) shares are currently down over 10% after the release of its 2016 results. Could this be an opportunity for long-term investors to buy in at a severely discounted price?
Strong growth: Domino’s Pizza recorded a rise in system sales of 14.5% in 2016, which helped to push its underlying pre-tax profit 17.1% higher. In the UK, sales grew by 14%, with like-for-like sales 7.5% higher and the opening of 81 new stores having a positive impact on the company’s performance. The digitisation of the business continues to make encouraging progress, with online now representing 72% of system sales. This is a 21% rise on last year and with mobile representing 73% of digital sales, the company’s investment in technology is bearing fruit. Strong growth was also recorded outside of the UK, with the conversion of acquired Joey’s stores in Germany completed six months ahead of schedule. In Ireland, there was 10% year-on-year growth in local currency, while in Switzerland Domino’s recorded a 21% rise in sales. The company also announced the acquisition of the third largest pizza chain in Norway, Dolly Dimples, today. This could help to further improve its growth prospects.
Capital growth potential: In 2017 and 2018, Domino’s is expected to record a rise in its earnings of 14% and 11% respectively. That’s despite making a worse start to 2017 than the end of last year, with UK LFL sales growth being 3.9% so far this year versus 4.8% growth in the final quarter of 2016. Due partly to this, its shares have fallen by over 10% today. However, its growth potential appears to be relatively resilient. Evidence of this can be seen in the company’s track record of growth, with double-digit growth reported in the last four years on an annualised basis. Therefore, the company seems to offer a relatively robust growth outlook. This could become more popular among investors if uncertainty regarding the UK economic outlook builds as negotiations between the UK and EU commence.|
|hi philanderer - I certainly recall Polly Peck, but did not invest in it - textiles were not really my thing. Was it not at the time when the Governmnent were flogging off utility companies? I think I was more interested in this sort of thing|
|EJ , Albert Fisher .. that brings back memories . How about Asil Nadir's Polly Peck as well ? :-D|
|pm, BRSN looks interesting, will be a long haul thereimv, I see from
your posts that your appear very enthuastic on Berendsen ).|
|Of course, you might feel it's a mistake while I think it's a good investment in the long term. Btw why are you so negative about DOM all the time? Have we put a short here :)? you never seem to have anything positive to say about the company, its one thing being honest and another being constantly slagging off the company. Everyone has their opinion, doesn't mean if you believe in one thing everybody should follow you on that path. I think for the contrarians & people with a bit of vision, Now is the best time to snap a bargain before DOM starts heading north again. GLA!|