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
  8.00 0.34% 2,338.00 2,336.00 2,340.00 2,352.00 2,316.00 2,324.00 28,542 13:02:42
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 252.1 51.6 35.9 65.2 2,725

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Todays gap down is a measuring gap. Using Bulkowski's method, the low target at 2222 is absolutely spot on, when measured from the prior swing high to the gap centre. Http://thepatternsite.com/gaps.html
Kinwah, you could always email IR at the co if you want further info. Most of the co's I have approached directly have been very helpful.
They've provided very little information on these global logistics cost pressures. The big investors will be asking the questions we would all like the answers to. Is it because of freight costs for all those heavy bottles? Is it worse in some geographic areas? Do shipping costs make some regions in ROW now uneconomic to supply? They've also admitted that in Europe at least there has been restocking by customers which has flattered the revenue figures. In this industry it is very easy to hit your revenue targets by offering incentives. We don't know how well-stocked pubs and supermarket distribution centres are. We will find out more in September with the interims but I'm running my short for now.
My chart suggesting a low or valley turn possible today. Recent chart pattern target at approx 2323 is satisfied. Bought a few trading shares.
Very solid update - revenue increases at present more important than squeezing margins. Hopefully these numbers show there is still room for plenty of growth in most of their markets. Upgrade in sales estimates today for the year is approx 10 mill. Note this may seem fairly modest uplift but the current forecasts showed excellent growth being expected anyway so were reasonably demanding to begin with. 2019 revenue was 250 mill and they expect to do 300 mill this year - bearing in mind 3 months of lockdown in the uk i think this is excellent progress. Uk sales continues to decrease as % of total which is good to see the money here is to be made byfevertree becoming true worldwide brand.
Rns looks impressive
Supply Chain Planner Fever-Tree USA New York City Metropolitan Area 13 hours ago 58 applicants apad
From what I see, fever tree is doing well on a sunny day. Every table has bottles on it. Can’t speak for EU or US but I think it’s likely to be the same. People have some pent up aggression which only g&t can solve this summer. Let’s see but I’m pretty optimistic.
Its pretty decent set of questions you have. Us and ROW are the key really unless they can expand product range (not doing great their really are they)- ref saturated market should not really be an issue if they want to becoem true worldwide brand and are good enough- jury deffo out but us growth looks ok up til now.
How do you guys think Fevertree has been trading since the end of lockdown? Also, do we think that the growth in US market sales will continue? I think I read a report recently that said the US market is very saturated. I think the next year will be the most important year for the company, if they can't perform well post lockdown I would have some large doubts about whether we'll see any more growth. However that being said, love stock, love the tonic even more cheers all
My brother in law manages chain of 6pubs - they’ve stopped stocking it for better margin alternatives with lower price to punters.
Yes exactly. Fevertree tonic all the way!
I imagine the tonics are flowing right now during this glorious weather!
Hi all, My mate Peter @Conkers3 and myself did a ‘Twin Petes Investing’ Podcast last week and FEVR was one of the Stocks we discussed and I hold it myself and am considering buying more. Peter is not so keen it and from memory I don’t think I actually said I hold some. Thing is, all my Trades are 100% fully disclosed on my Website so anyone can see at any time what I am holding. I also Tweet out what I am buying/selling just after I do it and that all goes on the Website. We also discussed a lot about Markets and the outlook for Summer and into the Autumn, and as always we also chatted about loads of other Stocks and Ideas for research and a fair bit of educational stuff with regards to Investing and Portfolio Management (and without doubt some important psychology stuff always creeps in). Anyway, if you use Youtube, Apple, Audioboom, Overcast, Google+ or Spotify, Podchaser etc. you can find it under the 'Conkers Corner' Channel (you want Podcast TPI 49) and you can find it on Soundcloud at the link below. I hope you enjoy it and find it useful, we try to keep them light and they are totally unscripted, with the intent being that it is like you are eavesdropping on us having a chat down the local boozer. Cheers, WD @wheeliedealer hTTps://soundcloud.com/user-479955511/conkers3-wheeliedealer-49-futr-tsla-vod-bt-dgi9-air-pcf-ftse-btc-doge-insg-dia-ai And you can hear it on YouTube here: hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDMZU9MmIIo
No third black crow today......
Watch for third black crow tomorrow
I agree, humans aren't built for stock volatility, panic and usually fear the worst. Agree, best to stay in SSON and then you'll sleep better :)
As I said here on 18/3/21, the US growth story is all this stock needs. Everything else is a sideshow. Winning the US domestic Delta contract is a nice touch.
I sympathise with you feverfan in the past i have sold greggs/boohoo/easyjet/wetherspoons etc etc only to have to pay more (normally significantly) to buy back in. with boohoo i sold at 125p (great profit at the time) and paid over 300p to buy back in recently - often quality companies (not easyjet at present!don't come along cheap). f you don't feel safe holding its probably the right choice made depsite the outcome temporarily going against you. If you sold last summer you would likely have had decent gains elsewhere in the meantime a blind monkey could have made 50% investing in stocks in the last 9 months! I actually did my first bit of top slicing here within the last week - didnt really want to sell but i really did want to buy something else and fevertree had got to over 10% of portfolio and my top up this time last year was really only forced on me by the really depressed price and my thought that a quikc buck could be made. Ref todays update i thought it was very subdued so am slightly surprised at the bounce - as others have said perhaps the traders have arived now its out of the range it previously held. When i say subdued it is early in the year so i should not be expectuing too much 0 i think back in the day before i ever bought in they used to have conservative forecasts so hopefully this is the case tis year although i do feel it will be a slow ramp back up with the on trade sector - they probably have plenty of on trade customers that are no longer around and replacing those with new customers can't happen overnight.
How wrong I was to sell out at £17 on valuation grounds. I know it’s super quality and very clear growth story with America, but the earnings multiple terrifies me too much to jump back in - happy as an indirect holder through smithson
Yes, as good as one could reasonably expect. The initial mark down was surprising, but it's certainly been rising pretty strongly since which is good to see. If we really have broken out from the 2500 - 2600p level that has held for the past few months we can look forward to a move up to perhaps around 3000p
Nice update
Another UK job advert. Senior Trade Marketing Manager Fever-Tree USA New York City Metropolitan Area 18 hours ago 33 applicants apad
My feeling is that people all over the world have been stuck inside way too long, many people saved money by working from home. Upgrading their drink to a quality gin and quality tonic over summer must be the thing to do.
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