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DOCS Dr. Martens Plc

78.35
-4.25 (-5.15%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dr. Martens Plc LSE:DOCS London Ordinary Share GB00BL6NGV24 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.25 -5.15% 78.35 80.60 80.90 83.70 80.65 82.45 4,487,626 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Footwear-wholesale 877.1M 69.2M 0.0719 27.12 1.88B
Dr. Martens Plc is listed in the Footwear-wholesale sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DOCS. The last closing price for Dr. Martens was 82.60p. Over the last year, Dr. Martens shares have traded in a share price range of 62.00p to 162.00p.

Dr. Martens currently has 961,972,102 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Dr. Martens is £1.88 billion. Dr. Martens has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 27.12.

Dr. Martens Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/6/2024
16:55
I think it is safe to short this again, as no bid looks like coming, and maybe the rumor was a scam to unload a pile of stock at a far higher value than it is really worth.

The negatives - Debt - Poor business in the USA - UK sales slow - China could soon become another Russia.

Bright Spots - Japan for now but I expect the market to change there also.

clocktower
05/6/2024
07:25
RBC RAISES DR. MARTENS PRICE TARGET TO 80 (65) PENCE - 'SECTOR PERFORM'
bigbigdave
04/6/2024
11:14
Will go private for 40 pence or lower
imjustdandy
04/6/2024
11:05
I'd say £370mManagement seem clueless IMO.
disc0dave46
04/6/2024
08:40
Overvalued by 500m
imjustdandy
31/5/2024
13:09
Looks a short, however, some companies have a habit of defying the fundamentals
johndoe23
31/5/2024
09:58
Dil - great minds!
kemche
31/5/2024
09:56
Profit warning again at JD. Next warning here at DR M sees this crumble
imjustdandy
31/5/2024
08:57
Wow kemche great minds think alike. I got tons of those on your list too.

:-)

dil 21
31/5/2024
08:32
You can buy shag loads below the offer
imjustdandy
31/5/2024
08:24
Basket case looking at the balance sheet. 30 is fair value. 85 is nonsense
imjustdandy
30/5/2024
14:33
Just because I have invested in stellar companies like RTOP, SLYME, VRS, UKOG, RRR, CRCL, VAST, ZED, ECOB, CHLL, TOM, BIDS etc does not give you the right to laugh at me.
kemche
30/5/2024
13:39
Interesting comp chart Birkenstock vs Dr.Martens
viking24
30/5/2024
13:09
what sales figure are you working on to get 300m profit?
tiger

castleford tiger
30/5/2024
10:15
Look at birkenstock, market cap, their sales, profits and debt.
Docs look very cheap compared.
I think them or A&F will be the types of buyer here.
I don't think many designers are asset heavy, its about their brand and its perceived value.
Anyway, whether you buy or not, that's personal choice in investing i guess.

And in section 28 of the rns, see the leases amounts, half the net debt is made up of leases, personally I don't see them as typical debt, more a cost of doing business, they got a lot of retail outlets, etc.
Net debt is just calculated by subtracting total cash and cash equiv from short and long term debt (which Inc's leases).
Net debt isn't always a good indicator of the health of a company IMO. it doesn't show the whole story.

Yes sales are down and profits are vulnerable for the next year or so, but that attracts vultures, and if not, in a couple of years all will be cool IMO with EBITDA north of £300m IMO. and EBIT north of £250m.

hamhamham1
30/5/2024
09:57
The 100m is an historic profit and if revenue is down 20% its likley that a loss maybe reported in the first half.

Huge increase in debt to 357 m that will be costing £25m in charges.

I cannot see a valuation of a billion based on the current outlook.

There is still about 30% of the shares with the PE company that floated this off as well.

Its going to be a hell of a task turning this round.

Market cap wants to be 300/400m maximum because the balance sheet is very light on real assets.

Not for me but a bid could save the day.

castleford tiger
30/5/2024
09:33
Kemche

£100m profit before tax on a bad year, basketcase? Hilarious.

So you're invested in the likes of UKOG and VAST who never make a profit and just promise jam tomorrow, both of those will suck your money up and leave you poor.
Keep it up ;)

hamhamham1
30/5/2024
09:19
Still a basketcase.
kemche
30/5/2024
08:25
Just a matter of sitting on these for a couple of years for a double or treble IMO.
Interesting that the profit before tax would have been around £170m if they didn't have the depreciation and amortisation of £72.3m deductions.
£250m profit before tax is doable IMO in a couple of years.
Let's see. GLA.

But yes, IMO could also be that a big US brand will likely buy these on the cheap during the transition period. And thats the way it goes, it seems for cheap UK listed stocks.

hamhamham1
30/5/2024
08:04
And it rises lol
johndoe23
30/5/2024
07:58
The only thing that has held it up, is talk of a takeover but that might just have been a scam to manipulate the stock by a hedge fund imo.

DYOR

clocktower
30/5/2024
07:46
i said it before but worth saying again...........this could run out of cash.

The £50 million spent buying shares back at an average 1.25 each has seen debt balloon.
18 months left on bank deals and some breaches will start.

First half will probably show a greater decline and a gross loss........

could be a fire-sale of stock as they chase cash.

Why pay a dividend rather than saving cash?

It could be saved but share holders may get wiped out.

Tiger

castleford tiger
30/5/2024
07:21
Summing it up

'Airsoles'

Not much bounce after these results

The shares should get a kicking

Stay safe

jubberjim
30/5/2024
07:12
Debt ballooning as well as a huge fall in profits. Not a pretty picture.
clocktower
27/5/2024
08:03
That’s what they said in the most recent trading statement.
velocytongo
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