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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
  -3.00 -0.12% 2,540.00 2,540.00 2,544.00 2,561.00 2,521.00 2,521.00 100,622 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 252.1 51.6 35.9 70.8 2,960

Fevertree Drinks Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/4/2020
10:44
maybe Britvic have seized the day and bought a chunk of Fevr on the QT
oldvic
22/4/2020
10:36
I think what’s amusing is how all the big banks were saying target of £35 etc not so long ago, with their highly talented employees and of course when price is £8 something they say target of £10. Nothing has changed in the long term for this company. There may be some delays to implementing new strategy this year but that’s all, a delay. It makes no difference to them being about as nimble as it’s possible to be. I see no reason why this stock won’t go back to £30+ in a year. People are already piling back into the stock markets like nothing ever happened. The pubs will open again soon enough. Price has nearly double since its low a few weeks back now. Here’s to the next doubling!
llama1978
22/4/2020
10:35
Listen to the web cast.
pip_uk
22/4/2020
10:34
Llama, FEVR is a company I rate highly, and have traded successfully a few times previously. I just didn't expect such a rise based on what i read this morning. Always expect the unexpected in the stock market!!
johndoe23
22/4/2020
10:31
Well done sogoesit.Will have to read the results again in more detail, at first glance this rise was not what I would have expected, will leave it there!.DD
discodave4
22/4/2020
10:26
Anyway, just shows how wrong I was calling £15 for the break-out. Maybe £18 to £20 will make me a profit of a whole £7.50, who knows (always be agnostic on target prices is my motto). I do think that the upside will be slower to get to than my last ride (exit at £32-£36) but, nevertheless, still great opportunity for a remarkable company. (Oh, and I have read the results; so no need for anyone to lecture me. Thanks all the same). Amateur Punter.
sogoesit
22/4/2020
09:59
assuming you're talking to me, you absolute weapon. I never slagged off the company. I showed you literally what they said themselves because you seemed confused about how Covid will affect the business. .Now you've took a hissy fit probably because you shouted your mouth off for a few seconds but reality came back and skelped you on your stupid head and you realized you're still majorly down here..Lesson: don't do that again or I will embarrass you again. Now, on with your day, special case.
simba_
22/4/2020
09:52
As opposed to you leeches, who crawl out on results day to slag off a well run company with a great product range, having never posted before, probably have no shares in yourself and work for deutsche bank. I’ll listen to my heart and think about the bright future for this company than your cries of “this stock should be worth £2.50!!” As you disappear from this board never to be seen again...
llama1978
22/4/2020
09:38
Nob thinking winning at the moment
cashstrapped
22/4/2020
09:38
I'm with you on that llama. Just shows what the market teaches us... that we're all usually wrong predicting the future. Anyway, happy with my £2 profit since re-entry but not so happy as I've run out of gin this morning and will have to venture out to attract some bugs for my immune system! Not forgetting my Fevertree tonic as an anti-dote. £15 squids on the cards today.
sogoesit
22/4/2020
09:16
If you're not sure what way Covid will impact the business, here are some clues:.COVID-19 will have a material impact on FY20 trading.... (not positive).Clearly the scale and impact of COVID-19 has posed some significant challenges across our regions... (not positive).With regards to trading, while the On-Trade sector is facing an extremely challenging period... (not positive).While we will not be unaffected by the current situation, especially in the On-Trade, (Not positive).Hope that helps.
simba_
22/4/2020
09:06
Off trade, Phil said that in the IC podcast in Feb that competitors were giving their products away in the run up to Xmas. So I think the margins are tighter there: if you are in a pub or restaurant it's a captive market
mad foetus
22/4/2020
09:06
Results are pre Covid.
simba_
22/4/2020
09:03
Presumably on-trade margins are higher than off-trade? Do they show that comparison anywhere?
wetdream
22/4/2020
09:01
Results are outstanding in this business climate. What a dynamic company Fevertree is, far superior to other tonic/soda water companies. Hopefully, this lock down will put other water companies out of business. Getting rid of the competition is what it’s all about.
trying2getrichquick
22/4/2020
08:38
Then set up a short. Enjoy!
llama1978
22/4/2020
08:17
I agree too.....
jaf111
22/4/2020
08:10
I agree, don't understand the rise this morning?!I'm neither long or short...
johndoe23
22/4/2020
08:09
I think these results are pretty poor, can't see why this won't go down to sub £10, sorry folks.
mad foetus
22/4/2020
08:07
Not overvalued. US will continue to grow strongly, many markets in Europe will continue to do so. Covid-19 will have an impact but I’m not sure which way. I drink more gin at home than in the pub! Supermarket sales are through the roof. There will be a few parties once lockdown eases (which it already is in a few countries). Lindsell Train certainly are in agreement.
llama1978
22/4/2020
07:46
Cheers and have a great day!
sogoesit
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