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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
  16.00 1.95% 837.50 831.50 835.00 849.50 815.00 833.00 430,192 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 311.1 55.6 38.3 21.9 976

Fevertree Drinks Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/9/2021
09:44
Market has taken the results relatively well, all things considered atm I'd suggest.
bulltradept
15/9/2021
07:46
Interesting that the half year picks H1 2020 as the comparator and not 2019 (or at least shows 2019). The story is not quite the same 19-21! 17% growth in 2 years versus 36% growth in 1. It’s not awful but profits are down too due to distribution problems / extra costs. We better hope global distribution issues don’t last…
llama1978
13/9/2021
16:47
I would say we are at key support right now, not lower.
jdh1602
13/9/2021
16:42
Shares are slipping ahead of the interims on Wednesday. I predict disappointing UK trading conditions after rubbish summer weather in London and the South East. Haulage costs and supply problems have got worse since the trading update putting pressure on margins. The £20 level is a key resistance point.
kinwah
07/9/2021
18:48
This laying a dividend (?)
growthpotential
03/9/2021
10:25
Round number support at £23.00?
wetdream
01/9/2021
18:35
Taken my little profit. :o) Chart shows a possible turn today.
bamboo2
01/9/2021
17:47
Fair point.But if you believe in PEG as a metric of value, then I don't see 57% forecast growth is anywhere near achievable......do you?.
disc0dave45
01/9/2021
13:54
Dave what about Europe and ROW? Surely these strongly growing revenues should be in the equation? RM
rampmeister
01/9/2021
13:34
Being overrated doesn't, single digit growth doesn't, reducing margins doesn't, saturated uk market doesn't.Yes growth potential in US (which appears to be slowing but still decent), that's it though, hardly justifies a forward PE of 57 IMO.Happy to be convinced by more than just 'Learn what moves markets when' (guess typo - you meant 'then').
disc0dave45
01/9/2021
10:10
Massive growth potential in America, still in Europe
anderson3
31/8/2021
23:34
"How can this support a forward PE of about 57"Learn what moves markets when
growthpotential
29/8/2021
10:53
How can this support a forward PE of about 57 (eps FY21 circa 38.5p) with only 8% earnings growth!?......crazy.
disc0dave45
28/8/2021
12:03
“Despite the panicdemic, revenue growth last FY was only down 3%.” Revenue was down 3%, not the growth APAD. Growth disappeared altogether, It had already reduced and covid accelerated it some might say. For a very high growth share, I.e. one that is priced for many yrs of high growth ahead, the market appears to take your view that it will recommence but the last statement looks to me like a profit warning. It could be a blip as the market hopes it is or it could be the first, where they say warnings come in threes. I don’t know, Im a mathematician and trade purely on the technical. The rest to me is guesswork Bb I see your point about rsi but the Macd has flipped over so further downside looks possible, and vols which I feel more crucial have switched from higher on up swings to higher on down swings. Depends on your timescale and margin target.
techtrader5
28/8/2021
08:19
The margin has to be under pressure from normal growth support activities and abnormal covid effects. The tintins will focus on margin because it is easy copy. My focus is on US expansion - nothing else much matters. One of my standout metrics for FEVR is that revenue per worker is nearly £1million. Despite the panicdemic, revenue last FY was only down 3%. Last margin note I have is 21%, which is fine, maybe more than fine. Reduce it for growth 😊 "Unveiling a new cola, made with actual Caribbean kola nuts! Watch our video of the launch of Fever-Tree USA Distillers Cola at JIMMY atop ModernHaus SoHo. The event was hosted by the always charismatic Charles Gibb, Fever-Tree CEO North America, and his wonderful team." I thought they'd go for a new cola from the off, but they are cleverer than that. All things considered FEVR has weathered the pandemic extraordinarily well. I bought a few more in my trading account with a view to selling after the results, but my core holding is in for the long term - or until a US monster gobbles them up. GLA apad
apad
28/8/2021
02:03
No the next target is 2400
growthpotential
27/8/2021
20:36
Apad, hope it works out. CT, Thanks for the input. afayk, are there any plans to try introducing the new Cola to the UK market? I'd love to try a less sweet Cola.
bamboo2
27/8/2021
18:19
Every confidence in your gut bacteria, bamboo2 😊 apad
apad
27/8/2021
17:37
tt, it's a punt, based on oversold rsi and gut feeling, I may not hold for very long! Am interested to see some reviews of the new US mixer.
bamboo2
27/8/2021
17:27
they had no price increase this year and costs are going through the roof. Margin will be hit for sure. However we are still selling 50% more than pre pandemic levels. Tiger
castleford tiger
27/8/2021
17:00
“However, challenges surrounding global logistics cost pressures have progressively impacted the Group's margins.”
techtrader5
27/8/2021
16:52
Risky bb2, they have warned about margins so ints could send price lower as indicated in chart. Why the late reporting again this yr? 2019s was July, could this delay be another red flag?
techtrader5
27/8/2021
16:25
Bought a few as anticipate a possible near term relief rally.
bamboo2
27/8/2021
15:20
Death cross 200/50 smas due approx 3/9/2021
bamboo2
27/8/2021
15:15
Assuming we close below 2220, next target is support at approx 2115-2130 This would also be the target for the more recent rounded top, that forms the RHS of the H&S.
bamboo2
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