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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
  13.00 0.56% 2,323.00 2,321.00 2,323.00 2,337.00 2,281.00 2,281.00 184,542 11:02:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 252.1 51.6 35.9 64.8 2,707

Fevertree Drinks Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/3/2021
10:30
When companies on high a p.e slip up, they normally get hammered.
montyhedge
18/3/2021
10:11
I could see this going to £24.50 by tomorrow. I was wondering where the results day doom mongers were. Great results really and ambitious plans which are starting to pay off in the US, Canada, Australia and across Europe. This time next year margins will be up, sales will be up and profits will be up significantly.
llama1978
18/3/2021
09:47
Could see this dropping to £15 level very soon.
trt
18/3/2021
09:13
Round number support at £23.00? Funny how algorithms seem to be set at precise prices ie resistance £25.00 and support at £23.00. Doesn’t seem very complicated.
wetdream
15/3/2021
00:30
Questor: Fever-Tree’s resilience and growth potential make its premium valuation palatable Questor share tip: the company’s asset-light business model, expansion and e-commerce growth opportunities could catalyse its share price https://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/questor-fever-trees-resilience-growth-potential-make-premium/
philanderer
11/3/2021
10:04
It’s going to be a good summer for fever tree. The middle classes have largely been saving over the last year and fully intend to splurge the lot drinking gin and tonics. Or is that just me? Anyway, happy weekend. It’s Thursday, close enough.
llama1978
01/3/2021
14:03
When pubs re-open.... they need to order the fevertree mixers many weeks in advance.....for that much needed gin & tonic!
olivert
15/2/2021
09:09
Probably not, gipps. It’s all rather ‘old hat’ for Ian Cowie to be promoting FEVR.
aimingupward2
14/2/2021
14:27
The article in the Sunday Times today should help.
gipps
12/2/2021
13:19
Chart looks primed for breakout. Just need to punch through that £25 ceiling. RM
rampmeister
12/2/2021
12:26
Happy Lunar New Year. I suggest celebrating that with a bottle of Alkemist gin, brewed only in a full moon, with some fever tree of course. [...]
llama1978
11/2/2021
22:31
Hi Everyone - a new article on Fevertree and its opportunities for growth featured here: hxxps://www.thetwentiestrader.com/post/is-fever-tree-still-fizzing
thetwentiestrader
10/2/2021
14:29
Hi Tiger thanks for the reply re Distil i do think it is worth a punt as a guy called Roland Grain has got involved financially and seems to have good credentials and other interests in this market place.
gipps
09/2/2021
20:16
"We're hiring! If you are entrepreneurial and experienced within the LRS and On-Premise channels, and are keen to be a part of a fast-growing and exciting business, Fever-Tree Canada is hiring an Area Manager - BC & AB in the Vancouver area as the next member of our growing family! This is a new role with a blank canvas and exciting opportunity to make your mark!" More strong recruitment in the US as well. apad
apad
01/2/2021
18:31
Hello Castelford I for one appreciate your posts - i have always found them to be very useful so please keep on posting. i think all the holders here should be aware its kind of a zero numbers game the on trade - off trade caniblisation issue. I am certainly 100% aware that the off trade sales will take a huge hit when the pubs reopen. However i would say the fact they increased sales in the last 6 months compared to the same period the previous year when there was no covid is no mean feat - better to have two fully open markets than one fully open and the other aproaching 50% plus out of action. Looking forward here i seee the main growth coming from overseas which is already over 50% of sales and likely to keep increasing as an overall percentage of the total.
rmillaree
01/2/2021
17:18
hi gipps We deal with them for rum and blackwood gin. Still a tiny company guess revenue 2 m which in spirits is small. Franklin & Sons were the partners of choice. I guess as it grows it could be bought out by a bigger player./ probably worth a punt! tiger
castleford tiger
29/1/2021
19:43
Hi Tiger what is your view on Distil with Red Leg Rum and it's other spirits ?
gipps
29/1/2021
16:52
Ok guys remember I am the one getting these figures for you as retail is up 300% LFL a year ago. We had a fantastic summer but lost 80% of our pub trade. Please remember when the bars are open the other side will drop back. You cannot have both. Quite what 140 m in cash has to do with a value of 2.8b I don't know. Its becoming more crowded and people can soon find the next brand after fevertree. If that happens ...........boom. For now as I say January has been 300% busier than last year. Tiger
castleford tiger
29/1/2021
10:23
These are terrific numbers in incredibly challenging circumstances and highlights the appeal of Fever-Tree’s brand, according to Investor's Champion.
energeticbacker
28/1/2021
10:45
rmillaree the 'crazy valuation' anthem has been ringing in my ears since 2014. The nonsense of using PER to measure a rapid growth company is now established thinking. It is amusing to think that I once bought AZN on a PER of about 9. Stick to making your own judgement. It has been fascinating to watch FEVR marketing and hiring on Linkedin over the past year. That they are coping with the On Trade problem so well is nothing short of stunning. I have never had the chance of investing in a new and successful brand before. The US roll-out is successful and the RoW is following. I have bought FEVR 44 times since 2014 (the last trade being Aug last year at £20) so am somewhat biased 😊 apad
apad
28/1/2021
10:37
To still have these numbers under lockdown is pretty impressive
anderson3
28/1/2021
09:58
I think we would all agree Fevertree is expensive just like its tonics are expensive - however IMHO its slightly crazy to say the valuation is "crazy" - expensive or overvalued we can argue about but this is a company with great worldwide expansion going on (uk now below 50% of sales) rock sold balance £140 mill warchest in the bank sheet fantastic brand name - some some may argue a hefty premium is deserved. I also have a projected p/e of under 50showing up on my avaialble data and you have to admit that covid can't have helped the company either last year or with the projected numbers for the new year just started. With cash in the bank paying nowt a 2%+ return (net profits held for reinvestment) now with their bright future i am happy to continue to hold here - you could be right though perhaps i am crazy.
rmillaree
28/1/2021
08:58
Good to know. Thanks.
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