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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fevertree Drinks Plc LSE:FEVR London Ordinary Share GB00BRJ9BJ26 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  26.00 1.02% 2,566.00 2,572.00 2,577.00 2,596.00 2,555.00 2,569.00 168,663 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 252.1 51.6 35.9 71.6 2,990

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/4/2020
15:19
Looks like they bought them back again when they went 5p lower. Made a killing there. Nervous :)
llama1978
14/4/2020
13:52
Sizeable sell! C.£6m
wetdream
14/4/2020
11:04
Yes, indeed. Lol! Higher demand for all alcohol as here for wine: htTps://www.investegate.co.uk/naked-wines-plc--wine-/rns/covid-19-and-trading-update/202004090700032674J/ They could always turn those additional hospital facilities into AA treatment centres after CV!
sogoesit
14/4/2020
10:41
I was dithering about whether to take the plunge and buy in today but my mind was made up when I saw a piece by BBC's US correspondent Jon Sopel. He was pictured with a bottle of gin ( Tanqueray ) and s six pack of Fever Tree tonic which he said he needed after he attended the Donald's last press briefing where he attacked the journos !
rvsy2
12/4/2020
05:27
Lol. You may need guns to protect gin stocks, who knows! Anyway, this thread shows a recent lack of poster interest in FEVR. My suspicion is that it is therefore a good time to invest.
sogoesit
09/4/2020
15:12
Stupid autocorrect. I never type about guns and always about gins yet it insists on changing it! Make me wanna drink my gins and fire my guns.
llama1978
08/4/2020
22:24
Sales of guns, especially flavoured guns massively up on last year, people stocking up for drinking something nice at home. Probably something they wouldn’t drink as much in the pub. Plus the US is “apparently221; doing well. So I doubt we’ll be seeing a decline this year. Plans to expand may have been pushed back due to covid mind. But that’s fine, I can wait.
llama1978
08/4/2020
18:17
Thanks, all fine thanks.Wouldn't disagree with what you say, just cannot really value anything at the moment with any degree of confidence, it's hard enough when you have some numbers to go on, but!!!.Even your top end is less than today's price by some margin (c 20%) and I can't at this time convince myself that that is a margin worth paying on nothing concrete.As a rough guide, just checked DGE's Feb update and prediction on year end operating profit due to Covid 19 and it's about -5%, which if applied to bottom line here would be your 45p eps, but that's fair value of £9. Seems like this is already pricing in some decent growth that I'm not too certain is the case, pfft, decisions decisions!, lol.UK GDP for Feb is tomorrow which although is pre lockdown it may provide some guidance, who knows. Just been researching analysts predictions on the C19 hit to earnings and they reckon retail/leisure could be 50%+ and hence I was conservative with my 25% for here.All the best
discodave4
08/4/2020
16:25
LINDSELL TRAIN LIMITED > 5%.
skinny
08/4/2020
15:17
Hi DD! Good to read you. Good, good, thanks; equally hope all well with you and yours. A couple of things: As you see I have re-entered but this has been based on market price action. One institution, Nick Train i think it was, has bought the stock and the FCA has led the company to postpone results, leaving me in the dark on valuation. So price action rules. Since markets are down 30% plus and this is holding up in a down market then maybe we’ve seen a bottom albeit that bottom could be re-tested. Fine, as I said to llama, I am feeding back in with initial purchase at £12.50. Secondly, valuation. I recall you were a bit more pessimistic cf my 50p for last year but I would hold that for last year into next year +/- 5p. Why stable? I think likely demand holding up (CT anecdotal) switching from drinking out to drinking (more) at home for longer ( Lol! ). Let’s say 45p x 20 = 900 or 55 x 20 = 1100 with a premium for “surviveability” gives base 1100p. But, as I said, more to do with price action. Market appears to believe in the current price range (been a few weeks now) even given dire economic backdrop. (TA wise there are lots of inverse Head&Shoulders patterns around with some attempting breakthroughs to the upside). That’s not to say we may be in a rally in a bear market but drinks should be a defensive play in any case.
sogoesit
08/4/2020
14:36
Hi Sogoesit,Been a while!, hope all is well.Looking to get back in here but as a first guess I went for a 25% cut in 2020 forecast eps (47p) to 35p, and a trailing 12m PE of 20, so only c 705p. My assumptions seemed reasonable to me but as the daily close low was 892p I'm thinking I must be miles out, or has the market got ahead of itself yet again!.Thoughts?
discodave4
08/4/2020
13:41
Yep, I go by the rule that one can never call the low (or high). So you either buy on the way down to the low or the way up from the low (and vice versa); feeding in (or out) bit-by-bit in the process.
sogoesit
08/4/2020
13:35
I also settled for £12.50 top up. Was waiting for a return to sub £10, missed that boat and can see things improving from now as sentiment re covid improves slightly. Let’s hope anyway.
llama1978
07/4/2020
18:21
CT you sure you haven’t had a G & Fevertree or two, you’re being very bullish, which is very unlike you. LOL 😂
trying2getrichquick
07/4/2020
10:55
Thanks CT. OK, new ISA day and it's 10 llama bottles worth of shares for me. Had to settle for an "extortionate" £12.50. Gin drinkers, like me, will hopefully keep demand going 'til we won't be able to exercise anymore! NB Nice "cup and handle" formation there for anyone who drinks out of cups instead of glasses. This formation, with inverse H&S, is working a treat with chips. Not gin and chips but computers and chips.
sogoesit
06/4/2020
10:12
sales up 345% YOY at my depot. Of course there are no bars etc However we supply bars and as such retail is about 5x what it was last year. tiger
castleford tiger
06/4/2020
09:54
Thanks llama (I can remember that because there are also 42 gallons in a barrel!). They didn't say when just that they were "following FCA's" advice and deferring. I'm sure the FCA will let us plebs know when we can have some transparency, but who knows. Here: htTps://www.investegate.co.uk/fevertree-drinks-plc--fevr-/rns/fca-letter-re-release-of-preliminary-results/202003231059571873H/
sogoesit
06/4/2020
09:42
When are they going to release the full 2019 results? It days deferred for at least 2 weeks but not sure they said when to?
llama1978
06/4/2020
08:48
How many shares are there in a bottle, llama? Just so I know when making my ISA purchase.
sogoesit
04/4/2020
13:46
Given the US seems to be going well, I think £10-11 is an absolute bargain. I’ve bought 3 bottles just now so that should help :)
llama1978
04/4/2020
08:18
buywell3 - 04 Oct 2019 - 08:25:33 - 6260 of 7594 FEVER TREE with chart - FEVR Warning was there Now 100ma is dropping buywell3 - 21 Aug 2019 - 10:58:30 - 6186 of 6260 FEVER TREE with chart - FEVR MACD looks dire now IMO
buywell3
04/4/2020
07:54
Nope, it’s a “this looks like a reasonable re-entry valuation” (£10-£11). (An investment allocation post 5 April for an ISA). We know that market prices fluctuate. That was the intention in the wording. My apologies if it wasn’t clear to you.
sogoesit
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