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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.00 -0.2% 2,456.00 163,798 16:35:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,446.00 2,448.00 2,499.00 2,444.00 2,499.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 252.10 51.60 35.86 68.5 2,862
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:51:47 O 2,370 2,455.804 GBX

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Fevertree Drinks Daily Update: Fevertree Drinks Plc is listed in the Beverages sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FEVR. The last closing price for Fevertree Drinks was 2,461p.
Fevertree Drinks Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,238p and a 12 week average price of 2,081p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,783p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,938p.
There are currently 116,541,569 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 442,762 shares. The market capitalisation of Fevertree Drinks Plc is £2,862,260,934.64.
techtrader5: Wrong thread old chap. Macd about to roll over, price this time to fall below £21 and my target of £19 is still intact within a few months.
apad: While the Covid-19 shutdowns had the potential to seriously disrupt the retail alcohol world, states across the U.S. classified liquor stores as essential businesses, giving brands the chance to pivot and retailers the opportunity to gain ground. “People went into a pandemic, but they didn’t stop premiumizing or experimenting with new drinks.” says Fever-Tree USA CEO Charles Gibb. “They didn’t go home and just sit there and drink beer and wine. They actually opened up their spirits cabinets and they started making more and more interesting drinks.” The leading brands in the loosely defined category are Fever-Tree and Q Mixers, with retailers nationwide pointing to those two as the leaders among higher end mixers. Other brands, including Regatta, Fresh Victor, the Perfect Puree, and Zing Zang, are eager to grow market share and show the world that there can be far more than two brands expanding what premium mixers can be. “We really drive a lot of volume through Fever-Tree and then Q,” says Jeff Feist, category lead for spirits and more at BevMo, which has more than 160 units across the West Coast. “Fever-Tree out-sells Q at our stores, but when you add those two brands together, for anything above that $5 a 4-pack price point, they’re about 80% of the category.”
apad: Local M&S has own-brand look-alike FEVR on top shelf at 180p cf 220p. Quinine and sugar. apad
rmillaree: llama1978 "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…" I would agree comapratives from both years would have been in order perhaps to give the full picture. Note don't forget that UK ontrade was shut for January to March 2021 and also shut for April - June 2020. It was shut for neither in 2019. So easy comparatives compared to h1 last year but unfair comaprative compared to 2019 on basis of core ontrade buisness was closed for half the period. Overall todays news is nowt as the sales totals have already previously been flagged. With growth they have (bottling in us far below full efficiency) and worldwide issues i will suck it up ref magins and ignore short term issues in that regard - its not the time to be squeezing margins if that softens sales figures (IMHO) - unless its forced via constrained capacity in which case yoiu make the most of what you have (without upsetting customers more than is necessary. Ref dividends i don't care in some respects i would rather they sspend that money acquiring niuche up and coming brands in the hope that they can deversify their sales icnoem soemwaht or find the "next big thing" - in theory they might prefer to do in house either way i am happy to leave it to management to choose path that they think works. Main takeaway today for me is that its exactly as it was in July ref revenue expctations "As a result of the strong first half, we are reiterating our increased revenue guidance of £295m - £304m for the full year." that gives us sales trend as follows 2020 250 mill 2021 expected 300 mill 2022 exepcted 350 mill So simply be on point at present is absolutely fine and dandy to me - hopefully it will shut up the "Fvetree is ex growth" brigade :) - hopefully the poor perfomance of what was the 2019 and 2020 (covid excuse) years is kinda in the rear view mirror now. Would be nice to think that margins will be well up and p/e will be well under 40 based on 2023 numbers when they come out (if share price goes nowhere)!
techtrader5: “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.
apad: 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
castleford tiger: 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
bamboo2: Hi Apad, I was hoping some of the others here that are into charts would have commented. I think that charts and fundamentals are in the main separate to each other, but there are some places where they connect. eg Event or fundamental reason based gaps. A gap caused by an rns or dividend rights expiring for example. The chart a few posts above shows an overhead breakaway gap directly caused by the recent results. Price has failed to fill this gap, and this marks a strong zone of resistance. Charts are mostly backward looking, a historical price record of what has happened, in pictorial format. Indicators are lagging. Using patterns, that often repeat, and trendline apexes [turning points] I attempt to project forward.
apad: Mmmm! Still 39 employees in the US (1 based in London 😊). The 2 in Texas are the interesting change, but I would like to see more hiring. Two bottling plants now, so look on the bright side. My recent purchases on weakness are showing a profit, but it is hardly a bounce back! I guess FEVR is just out of favour until it transmogrifies back into a growth stock. US coping with the panicdemic better than Europe, so maybe the share price will be affected by summer news from yoodleland. GLA apad
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