East Imperial Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
East Imperial Plc LSE:EISB London Ordinary Share GB00BMZ1ND56 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.95 639,530 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.90 1.00 0.95 0.95 0.95
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Offices-holdng Companies,nec 2.78 -5.37 -1.80 - 2.90
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:00:22 O 20,000 0.955 GBX

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31/5/202322:11East Imperial PLC ..is this a new 'Fever-Tree'?787

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2023-05-31 15:00:230.9620,000191.00O
2023-05-31 14:02:000.96102,000977.67O
2023-05-31 13:19:130.967,81275.00O
2023-05-31 13:13:230.97109,7181,068.65O
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Posted at 31/5/2023 22:11 by papillon

I can't predict share prices, but this chart is strongly bearish. The 14 day RSI is oversold.

Posted at 07/5/2023 18:51 by papillon
The Gold chart turned strongly bullish at the start of this year. Mark my words, seagreen, the GPM chart will soon follow suit. Don't worry, seagreen, if the GPM share price is not showing a significant percentage gain by the end of this year (and if the chart has not turned bullish) I will hold up my hand and say I got it wrong!
People are interested in gold because it's the ultimate safe haven in troubled times and we are entering troubled times.
I wish you all the best with EISB, but not for me.

PS don't worry. I won't be posting on this thread again. No interest in the product, or speculative minnows. I just responded to your post.

Posted at 03/5/2023 16:55 by papillon

GPM log chart. I'd say the GPM chart is neutral at the moment. GPM share price always lags the gold & silver price. It also trades at a whacking great discount to NAV which will narrow when the gold & silver prices take off.

PS by the way, seagreen, it's Pot kettle black, not bottle kettle black. 😁

Posted at 03/5/2023 13:53 by papillon
Those who bought THG at 800p and have continually averaged down haven't done well, seagreen. THG has recently released potentially good news. News drives share prices. Do you expect good news here and at BEN anytime soon? I don't.
Posted at 03/5/2023 11:45 by papillon
I know that seagreen. The GPM share price tripled in less than 6 months during 2020 on the back of a 50% rise in the gold price. The GPM share price has fallen back significantly since then. I got my timing right in 2020 and hopefully, with the help of my charts, I'll get it right again.

PS regarding EISB, seagreen. Don't forget the wise old stock market saying.... "Never try to catch a falling knife"

Posted at 02/5/2023 12:22 by papillon
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EISB log chart. It's still strongly bearish. I go by the facts, seagreen, not wishful thinking!
In the future the EISB chart may turn bullish, but it will take good news for that to happen. Going by the share price reaction most PI's don't believe today's news is good.

Posted at 27/4/2023 13:42 by papillon
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Well according to the 14 day RSI it's overbought. However shares can stay overbought for weeks. Look at HUM as a recent example. Though it's unusual to stay overbought that long.
The EISB share price needs to close above December's high of circa 3.3p for the chart to turn bullish again.

Posted at 13/3/2023 12:40 by aa1980
hi i need some advice please. been buying this share for quite sometime and brought down my even out price to 3.8, but it keeps falling even though the company is doing good. even its promoters not too concerned on its share price. but as investor i am, any idea if we will see any positive movement on its share price and if yes when? Thanks
Posted at 09/2/2023 12:29 by papillon
The EISB share price is in free fall today. The chart is awful.
Posted at 13/8/2022 09:04 by davethechef
Key points:
East Imperial has signed up a China distribution deal
It's possibly an excellent market for EISB
But just how excellent will it be over time?
East Imperial (LON: EISB) is up 30% this morning on news that they've reached an agreement for China distribution. Given the name of the company we might think this is fairly important and so it is – and thus the EISB share price jump. The issue really being that China is – OK, probably is – the great current growth market for East Imperial‘s line of products. Therefore gaining a decent distribution agreement into that market exposes EISB to it's one grand expansion opportunity.

East Imperial is in the business of luxury – it prefers the phrase “ultra-premium” – mixers. As the experience of Fevertree shows us this is an expanding market. For which there are several reasons. The first is simply the manner in which mass manufactured products tend to down grade over time – manufacturers use lesser ingredients on cost grounds etc. Further, mass brands are always at risk of those very claims of “premium”; and “ultra-premium”. There's often room at the top that is when we talk of branded items.

The second is the general decline in alcoholic consumption around the world. That can indeed lead to a move upmarket – drink less but better – and there's the example of Diageo to see there. Finally there's something specific to China and important about this specific deal.

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The two China specific issues are that the place is getting richer, faster, than anywhere else has ever done. It's also hugely unequal by the standards of any other country. That does lead to a taste for premium – or ultra-premium – brands. Supplying that taste could indeed be most profitable. But there's more than that, Chinese society places more emphasis on brands and that outward appearance than many other places. Cheap and cheerful is not, really, a hallmark of the society. Which again makes a distribution agreement of top end products into the country worthwhile.

The specific agreement is also with “Wen Hua Hang Wine Spirits Company (WHI), one of the largest distributors in China.” which means that East Imperial gains maximal exposure with the just the one deal. WHI has worked with Pernod Ricard in the Chinese market, giving us a signal of their quality.

So it looks like a good deal. But of course it is only the signing of a distribution agreement. This doesn't mean that the products will actually sell in China, it's only an indication that the distributor thinks they will. At which point we have to think about the East Imperial share price rise today. Is 30% merely on the signing of an agreement enough, not enough or too much? It's obvious that if the products become widely bought in China then it's not enough – but what is the probability of that? That's what has to determine trading positions from here. Not the news that EISB has distribution in China for that's now already in the share price. It's how successful is that distribution for East Imperial in China going to be?

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