Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Domino's Pizza Group Plc LSE:DOM London Ordinary Share GB00BYN59130 ORD 25/48P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.30 1.17% 285.60 284.90 285.10 289.40 281.90 283.40 1,324,335 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 534.3 61.9 10.3 27.7 1,320

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03/7/2017
09:11
As I have said previously I don't think this is the end of the movement for DOM. Still struggling to recover from such a heavy fall. We desperately need some stability around 290-295 for a week or so otherwise we will simply end up bouncing around in no mans land like we did between 305 and 335 prior to the investec rating.
philbrown29
03/7/2017
09:03
I think Domino's will be hit by Deliveroo, UberEATS. The former started in this country and has become a hit. Why pay over the odds for a Domino's Pizza when you can get a higher quality one delivered through Deliveroo. Domino's as far as I know use frozen dough that comes in from their commissiary's. I was also told there is never a knife in the store with everything pre-prepared. The quality of the Pizza is poor in relation to a good high street pizza company and they charge top whack.
trytotakeiteasy
03/7/2017
08:47
Nope, 290p is not going to hold.
philanderer
03/7/2017
08:09
Will 290p hold ? FWIW.. 'Pizza Express losses reached £17m before departure of chief executive' HTTP://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/07/02/pizza-express-losses-reached-17m-departure-chief-executive/
philanderer
30/6/2017
17:04
Ah, right :-) Better day for DOM and +11p on the week. Portfolio has taken a whack lately though , +7% now for the first 6 months of 2017, just about matching the FTSE250. Good weekend everyone.
philanderer
30/6/2017
15:13
Philanderer, it was yesterday
blueflex2
30/6/2017
14:17
blueflex , I`m only seeing 1.2 million traded so far today ?
philanderer
30/6/2017
09:43
Huge volume of trading noticed
blueflex2
30/6/2017
08:16
Now then 290p , are you getting taken out ? ;-) edit: looking good so far.
philanderer
29/6/2017
11:33
Interesting views, I agree regarding the purchase on promotion being the bulk of sales for new and loyal customers. I just wonder how this will be sustained long term from a profitability perspective as costs will no doubt continue to rise with inflation. It will also be interesting to see how the fast food generation evolves in the area of tech following amazon's recent step into the world of grocery. I do still agree for the time being that the Dominos brand remains the business'single biggest strength in terms of trust and consistency and is the main reason why it is at the forefront of the industry nationwide unlike Justeat's plethora of faceless restaurants. Will be interesting to see how it all plays out over the next few years..
philbrown29
29/6/2017
09:26
Apols for joking around. What I'm trying to say with DOM is it's about the strength of the brand that has been very well put together on their digital tech. I also invest in Just Eat which is all about convenience. Offers via just eat have their brand removed as its about the just eat brand. This means offers can never charge a premium. I've sold my JE now. Dominoes has very good brand awareness. It shows in the digital tech. If they can continue to stay ahead they can stand alone with their own digital offering.
tedrux
29/6/2017
09:18
I think it's the smiley face on the pizza tracker that makes the difference!The digital tech is excellent.
tedrux
29/6/2017
08:55
Agree with that , the average sale price being roughly 30% below the headline price. Return on capital is nearly 40 per cent, far above the single-digit return for Just Eat
philanderer
29/6/2017
08:12
My understanding is that most people with Domino's buy through offers. So the headline prices aren't representative. DOM offers a consistent product and the delivery is excellent. Just Eat goes with smaller and lower quality stores. Look at a Domino's Pizza presentation. They have higher customer satisfaction ratings.
trytotakeiteasy
28/6/2017
20:22
Would be interested Andrew and others in the group to have your views on the single biggest negative I get thrown at me from fellow inevstors regarding DOM, which is "why would I pay £15-20 for a pizza when the Justeat app gives me greater choice at a better price from one touch point?" I agree with you Andrew people will always want pizza but technology and service is rapidly catching up with DOM and whilst expansion opportunities do exist overseas, my biggest concern is the rapidly changing landscape in DOM's biggest market, which is at home and we are seeing the first signs of this hitting profitability due to ever deeper deals and an increasing lack of loyalty. I hold a significant position in DOM as a % of my portfolio and i agree the fundamentals have for a long time been top notch but a few alarm bells ringing recently so would appreciate your views... Thoughts on a postcard ;)
philbrown29
28/6/2017
19:58
Domino's is launching a CHOCOLATE pizza and this is how you can claim a £15 free spend to try it HTTP://www.mirror.co.uk/money/dominos-launching-chocolate-pizza-how-10703354
philanderer
28/6/2017
09:48
After many years of investing, and having tried probably every different method, from day trading to long term holding with shorting and gearing included, I now look to buy and hold (nearly) forever. And, based on the last period compared to the many years before, this is a very worthwhile method - if you get it right, lol - without the stress. I still use charts, which help with buy and sell timing, as well as fundamental data, and devour news articles, with the object now being a portfolio of businesses that will prosper over many years to come. My point? Domino Pizza is a very well run business, expanding into new and profitable areas, and despite competition, will do well well into the future. Also, and this matters, people like their pizzas, like the convenience of ordering, and like the reliable delivery to wherever they are. Just look around: Dominos are popular; and that matters. In short, they are a buy now and just about any time the price drops. They are a long term hold for me, for sure.
andrewbaker
27/6/2017
07:37
So 290p it is ;-)
philanderer
26/6/2017
20:28
According to Peel Hunt, the stock has hit its lowest rating to earnings for 13 years even though Domino’s franchisees are now generating £164,000 of operating earnings per store, up from £102,000 three years ago. First-half sales growth will be weak but measures are already in place to drive a second-half rebound, while cash flow generation remains strong enough that as much as £1.1bn could be returned to shareholders over the next eight years, it forecast. HTTPS://www.ft.com/content/c9465880-5a6f-11e7-9bc8-8055f264aa8b
philanderer
26/6/2017
16:02
Better day today anyway :-)
philanderer
26/6/2017
15:27
Black swan events do occur, charts can help you on exit and entry positions though. Charts come into their own on forex on no news days - self for filling and all that especially using fibs.With stocks support and resistance levels definitely work as well
panic investor
26/6/2017
15:11
Indeed dahhad. I can`t really think of any sure fire way of forecasting ;-)
philanderer
26/6/2017
14:09
Sorry to show my ignorance about charts but surely charts are very unreliable in forecasting share price movements when you have the sort of events that PFC has had, or indeed is having?
dahhad
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