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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -7.10 -4.28% 158.60 2,837,344 16:35:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
161.00 161.60 168.00 158.70 166.60
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 908.30 214.30 18.10 8.8 1,586
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:28:17 O 134,009 165.509 GBX

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Posted at 07/2/2023 08:20 by Dr. Martens Daily Update
Dr. Martens Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DOCS. The last closing price for Dr. Martens was 165.70p.
Dr. Martens Plc has a 4 week average price of 134.20p and a 12 week average price of 134.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 298.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 134.20p.
There are currently 1,000,000,100 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,016,615 shares. The market capitalisation of Dr. Martens Plc is £1,586,000,158.60.
Posted at 05/2/2023 02:49 by simmsc
Large portfolio overlap with mine hamham. I must change the password on my spreadsheet lol Don't hold docs though.
Posted at 03/2/2023 19:16 by hamhamham1
ASC, BOO, COST, DOCS, EZJ, EVR, FDEV, FOXT, FSJ, FCH, IGR, IPF, ITV, JUP, WG., KIE, LUCE, MKS, MTRO, OTB, RCH, REVB, ROO, RR., SFOR, SAGA, STAF, SYNT, STX, THG, TRI, TRST, TUI
Posted at 25/1/2023 12:29 by kidknocked
I was in Manchester for some meetings yesterday and the number of young people wearing docs was very high. I am staying out here.
Posted at 19/1/2023 13:02 by castleford tiger
Johnrxx99
Disc0dave45

You both gave me some stick on this one.

Clearly i was using my new kit to help me but there were numerous red flags.

For those interested have a look back.

Tiger

COPY of a post i made a couple of months ago.............

Listen when i say in my opinion its worth £1 that my valuation and clearly its based on what I
THINK IS GOING TO HAPPEN.

The share float cannot be described as a success as the price is 50% lower than issue.

So either it was prices incorrectly ( my view) or trading has got worse.
The latter according to their figures has not happened.

Having dealings with Private Equity and how they exit companies either via a sale or float i have noticed that they often over value companies ( especially if market conditions allow)

All the brokers remain bullish but i have a different opinion.
Its likely i am wrong but just a chance 15% i might be right.

There will be opportunities to trade the shares during the long run down ( as seen by the chart)
Now maybe such a time.

So whilst as you say my £1 is based on Zero fundamentals you are correct because its a prediction of where i think its going.

I have explained this many times and that i do not short.

This is a great business and there will be money to be made.

All the best
Tiger

Posted at 19/1/2023 12:37 by hamhamham1
Personally,I think it just showed they didn't have a grip on stock management, made DOCS look a tad daft, it will blow over, good price to buy for me today, so hey?
Sales figures overall were strong.

Posted at 21/12/2022 08:15 by castleford tiger
I think this looks a typical P/E house exiting from a company.

Often figures are massaged towards higher short term profits with a load of reasons why the price will go higher.

The chart here shows the 370p issue opening in the mid 400`s and then over 500p. A market cap of 5 billion.

The P/E house then sell another tranche on January 22 at 395p.
257m £ worth of shares and reduces their holding to 364m shares or 36%.

Just 3 weeks later in the same month a trading statement warns. The shares start to slide and go down to 180p by MAY.

So had you taken place in that placing you were now almost 60% down in 4 months.

In JUNE the company start to go back and try to rebuild confidence and the shares move back to 285p.

By late October we produce higher sales figures and a 21% increase in DTC sales but margins are hit.
The shares start to slide again and are now 174p a new low.

The business is valued at £1.7 billion from over £5b just after launch.

Thats a huge fall and leads to me to the opinion it was clearly sold too high.

Investors are hurting from float 1 at 370p or the secondary placing at 395p having lost 50% of the value.

So only good figures over a period can stabilize the price now and can we 100% trust them?
If the profit slide continues due to increasing overhead costs then i can see EPS being around 12p.
I would value the company on 8 to 9x historic earnings giving £1 a share .

The P.E house still have 364m shares they want to sell so again i cannot rule out short term gains to allow this.

This is all just a theory of mine of course there are no hard facts to back it up.

So i follow it to see if i am right to improve my education in such flotations etc.

tiger

Posted at 28/11/2022 14:32 by essentialinvestor
As the DOCS share price is given to large % moves in either direction, there are likely
to be ample trading opportunities for those astute/lucky enough to catch some
of those.

Posted at 25/11/2022 08:12 by castleford tiger
miti 1000

Lol, Castleford Tiger...are you seriously congratulating yourself? On 25/5, on your view above, the share price was 192p....its risen in that time to 295p( yes, over 50%)....and even with this fall its 217p. Well done, an astounding call!!

My view was that the price was too high at that time even after the long fall from nearly £5.

The fact that it continued to climb back to almost £3 from the area of the low around £2 astounded me.

If you look back i continued to be amazed by the increase.

My overall view is the shares are worth £1 giving a market cap of about £1 billion.

Not sure how some of these expensive floats get away but they do.

Later, sometimes years later the whole thing falls down.

I remain interested to see if my initial view was correct.

Tiger

Posted at 24/11/2022 14:25 by miti 1000
Lol, Castleford Tiger...are you seriously congratulating yourself? On 25/5, on your view above, the share price was 192p....its risen in that time to 295p( yes, over 50%)....and even with this fall its 217p. Well done, an astounding call!!
Posted at 24/11/2022 13:34 by essentialinvestor
I have a limited production run pair from their Made in England range,
absolutely stunning pair of boots, but came with a high price tag!.

I'm mentioning because I like the brand, but currently share price risks look
to the downside with the consumer remaining under pressure and a very large
overhang in the form of the previous PE owner.


NO crystal balls obvs, but there may be better opportunities to add.

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