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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
  0.00 0.0% 2,330.00 2,323.00 2,326.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 252.1 51.6 35.9 65.0 2,715

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/3/2021
14:32
I would ignore all targets. Waste of valuable reading time. They serve their own interests. Nice bounce back from the artificial dip. Made a few quid.
llama1978
23/3/2021
11:21
I would ignore Goldman. I’ve known them them be way lower than others before - and turn out to be wrong and to have to revise upwards.
aimingupward2
23/3/2021
11:14
fwiw......... UBS CUTS FEVERTREE DRINKS PRICE TARGET TO 2,650 (2,750) PENCE - 'BUY' GOLDMAN CUTS FEVERTREE DRINKS PRICE TARGET TO 1,700 (1,800) PENCE - 'SELL'
philanderer
19/3/2021
15:31
My value metrics include 9 years of revenue to buy the whole company. This is far from overvalued for an international brand that will be returning to significant growth. Some comparisons. BVXP 21 Tristel 9 SPX 7 DOTD 10 TM17 11 AFX 11 QTX 9. apad
apad
19/3/2021
15:24
I think they are overvalued too...............but I bought a few thousand as we are a strategic partner with them distributing to 120 off licences and the general public. We are hoping to get some restaurant trade back by early summer. tiger
castleford tiger
19/3/2021
15:19
Could also be a takeover target?
anderson3
19/3/2021
14:26
CT I wouldn't put you off at that price. Unfortunatly missed the opportunity myself. Personally I hope that the forward guidance is conservative and that the next set of results shows greater improvement. As economies open up there will be good opportunities and the greater footprint that they are creating abroad will add revenue and profits and maybe improve margins from greater economies of scale. Results couldn't have come at a worse time, with institutions squaring year end books. That may well have added short-term volatility. The odd 50p - £1 daily movement has been the case so far. That should only be short-term. I am brushing this off as a blip and looking to the long term. phil G'day. Good luck. Great product and great company. red red
redartbmud
19/3/2021
14:06
just had a few at 20.51 as a long term hold tiger
castleford tiger
19/3/2021
13:59
Afternoon red, just on my watchlist at the moment.
philanderer
19/3/2021
12:24
Phil Thanks. DB & Numis must be smokin' some good stuff, and Citi looking through rose coloured specs. Company forward growth projection would put 2021 profits well below 2019, even on the most optimistic numbers. Looking for £20 - £20.50 entry point personally. See what the scribblers say on Sunday. red
redartbmud
19/3/2021
11:37
FWIW 19th march Citigroup neutral tp 2250p 19th march Deutsche hold tp 2550p 18th march Numis add tp 2800p 18th march ++++ Results ++++
philanderer
18/3/2021
19:45
Clearly a resilient business well positioned for growth when lockdown ends
growthpotential
18/3/2021
17:56
cant argue with any of that
castleford tiger
18/3/2021
16:14
Investor's Champion covered in their latest update. "The shares have held up well over recent months but fell 10% on the day of the results to 2275p as watchers were probably spooked by the underwhelming EBITDA forecast....Hardly cheap but an exciting addition to many AIM IHT portfolios and one of the few (only?) truly world class businesses on AIM."
energeticbacker
18/3/2021
14:20
Warrillow told the Standard: "We are now the market leader by value in the mixer category by 40.1%, with Schweppes around 33%. We are now in more households than any other mixer brand for the first time ever - and that is pretty unique as a premium product. "What excites me about these results is that there isn't just a US growth opportunity - it's all around the world. We grew 108% in Australia. "This business to date has been largely built on gin and tonic, but we have been developing our range proactively over the last few years and to deliberately target different spirits categories." Warrillow, who launched the business 15 years ago when Britain’s craft gin trend was just getting started, said that the tequila growth in the US "continues to be phenomenal" and that he "can imagine tequila catching a similar wave in the UK". Shares fell by nearly 10% in early trading. William Ryder, equity analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown, said: "The market reaction may have disappointed some investors this morning, but this just goes to show how high expectations are and the risks of a demanding valuation. “From a business perspective we think Fever Tree has coped reasonably well over the last year.” HTTPS://www.standard.co.uk/business/fever-tree-full-year-results-share-price-b924877.html
philanderer
18/3/2021
12:27
Decent support @ £20 - £21.5 region.
bulltradept
18/3/2021
12:07
US is important, but important to dominate your home market, imho. Agree that Rolls continuing to dump may be a drag on the share price But a well- run company with an efficient business model that others may follow. Just a bit overpriced at the mo.
wetdream
18/3/2021
12:02
US growth story is all I'm interested in, and that is still intact. Have added here at £23 on this basis. Confident that a few more years of US growth and some monster like Pepsi will hoover this up at some silly price.
squeamish1
18/3/2021
11:27
Bad timing on that Questor tip by the look of it. "Soft guide on margin could take 15% out of street earnings in 2021," note analysts at Jefferies. Alliance News
philanderer
18/3/2021
11:15
Tiger I’m not sure the U.K. is any more a barometer for fever tree prospects. The U.K. share dropped from 50% to 40% and will continue to drop year after year as the US, ROW and even Europe grow.
llama1978
18/3/2021
11:12
You probably should have closed that when it was near £22.50. Can’t seeing it going near that again for a long time.
llama1978
18/3/2021
11:09
Whilst I too think its a crazy valuation there seems to be plenty of interest. When people talk about this year almost half will of gone before everything is open again. Our retail sales have dropped off but that's normal in the winter 3 months. EPS was 35p so 70x historic and this year as I have said will be damaged. Too much for me I value at £15 but I doubt it will fall there. tiger
castleford tiger
18/3/2021
10:47
I'm still short in this one but those results have really cheered me up. 50x prospective earnings!! UK off-trade only up 20% over the last year despite people being stuck at home. European sales flattered by £6.4m of other beer and spirit sales. Selling bigger boxes with 15 cans in the UK so UK consumers stock up at home thus delaying re-purchasing. I thought this morning about taking some of my profits but really I should be selling more before Charles Rolls does. The huge pe looks unsupported by the pedestrian growth prospects.
kinwah
18/3/2021
10:32
Still a massive growth company, can see this going back to £30
anderson3
18/3/2021
10:32
US expansion, local bottling plants will mean completion of strategy to provide affordable premium mixers driving increasing margins especially in second half as east coast gets in. Europe expanding despite bars being shut last year. This summer will be great. Great opportunity in sourthern Europe. ROW growing, dedicated teams in place to drive expansion. Getting into hotel chains in Asia to start the ball rolling there. It’s all moving in the right direction to become a truly global brand. Share price blips over next day or 2 mean nothing. Get some while they’re still cheap.
llama1978
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