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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gear4music (holdings) Plc LSE:G4M London Ordinary Share GB00BW9PJQ87 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 890.00 870.00 910.00 915.00 890.00 890.00 10,195 08:00:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 120.3 3.1 12.4 71.8 186

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/2/2021
07:49
Significant rerating potential plus forward earnings momentum. Few stocks as attractive as G4M.
largemerlot
25/2/2021
07:25
Sales still booming, shares so cheap.
saracen3
25/2/2021
07:21
Indeed, excellent update.
hastings
25/2/2021
07:05
Gear4music (Holdings) plc ("Gear4music" or "the Group"), the largest UK based online retailer of musical instruments and music equipment, today announces the following trading update. We are pleased to report that Group trading performance in the 2021 calendar year to date continues to be strong. Both our UK and European Operations have performed well post Brexit, helping to drive revenue growth and support margins that have exceeded our previous expectations. The Board now expects EBITDA for the 12 months ending 31 March 2021 ("FY21") will be not less than £18.2m, up from the guidance provided on 14 January 2021 of not less than £16.5m. The Group will provide a more detailed announcement regarding FY21 trading no later than 23 April 2021. That's the kind of trading statement I like to see
epicsurf
23/2/2021
20:49
A small ray of sunshine to set against today’s price fall is that the company buys it’s own brand products in $. The £ sterling has been strengthening against the dollar over the past three months, so these products will be costing less in sterling terms and increasing G4M’s margins.
aimingupward2
23/2/2021
09:18
@Glavey, I went off on the basis on what what I was told and I took that on board. Now, to further back my assertion, a report published by progressive equity research and written by David Jeary on G4M highlights this. Reference is from page 12: "While Amazon sells both musical instruments and musical equipment, many of G4M’s suppliers and distributors, especially in the “better/best” segments, have a contractual requirement for their products to be displayed in face-to-face retail facilities, supported by knowledgeable sales staff. This therefore creates a significant barrier to entry for pure play online retailers as it limits the choice of brands to their customers". hxxps://wp-perl-2020.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/media/2020/09/01070354/G4M-20200901.pdf I hope that helps.
hawfinch
23/2/2021
09:04
I was on the same visit to York when we spent the whole morning with the Management and a huge amount was explained to us, particularly about relationships with suppliers. This subject is always covered in Institutional meetings and is highlighted as G4M has such a huge advantage over its smaller competitors due to volume. I seem to remember Garvey was very negative when the shares were about £4 lower.
saracen3
23/2/2021
08:13
I just asked you to substantiate your claim. That's not "abrasive" and instead of addressing the issue you continue to evade it by employing an enigmatic response. Credibility is the issue here, "old bean" !
masurenguy
23/2/2021
07:54
HF, I don't think it's fair to assert that because you popped into a G4M showroom a couple of years ago you gained an understanding of the principles and practices of industry suppliers (other than 'own brand', obviously), if I have understood you correctly. (As an aside, people didn't think Amazon would sell many books once.) MG, too abrasive an approach, old bean.
glavey
22/2/2021
08:20
@hastings, you did great. & to Andrew Wass selling in Nov, I think he deserves to sell a bit. I mean the guy was the most underpaid CEO (£119k) relative to peers. Reported median from companies that range between £73 - 293m market cap was £409k. @Glavey, I believe that was the case when I went over to their show room 2 years back. I don't know if that is the case now, I could be mistaken. Regardless, there's no way in hell amazon will ever offer that many musical products.
hawfinch
20/2/2021
07:59
Ref: #2818. Would you care to explain that assertion, and also verify it with some supplier examples, or do you really just expect people to believe such a completely unsubstantiated claim !
masurenguy
20/2/2021
07:03
"Because of G4Ms showrooms & marketing (youtube etc) suppliers are less reluctant to sell through G4M." You are mistaken there.
glavey
19/2/2021
15:05
EPS likely to be 50p plus this year . Could be 100p in 2 years time.
saracen3
19/2/2021
14:59
Useful video Martin, thank you. I bought, for the first time in several years, after the T/S and (sadly) before the big drop. As you suggested in the Stockslam, and as with many stocks I am holding, the broker forecasts for the current year, at least the ones shown on Stockopedia, seem to be a long way below anything realistic. Added a few more today in the hope the S/P does not drop too much more, given the potential upside.
shanklin
19/2/2021
14:14
Cheers Hawfinch appreciate your comments/thoughts. I confess to being very nervous but really enjoyed the experience and stressing the merits of G4M. You are correct re-book value, but it wasn't something that immediately clocked with me and I do like to be polite!I did want to add that they're on track to launch the second hand offering next year and as an addition that should see margins in keeping with its own brands. All in all, I'm hoping that, or rather believe there is plenty of runway ahead.
hastings
19/2/2021
13:45
Yeah saw that. Martin did a great job although, theres a few things i wanted to point out. 1) in regards to Amazon. G4M have their own products listed on Amazon (great hedge). Other brands that do not sell on amazon do it because they require musical specialists to sell their products. Because of G4Ms showrooms & marketing (youtube etc) suppliers are less reluctant to sell through G4M. & in regards to the question on Price-to-book... I mean seriously... How is that even a question. Martin should have just been blunt and said... "tech company". PBS is meaningless.
hawfinch
19/2/2021
10:02
Gear4music (G4M) on the Stockopedia / Piworld February 2021 StockSlam. Martin Flitton’s thoughts from 48:52. Video - Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2021/02/19/stockopedia-piworld-virtual-stockslam-february-2021-with-damian-cannon/ Podcast - Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/stockopediapiworld-virtual-stockslam-february-2021-with-damian-cannon/
tomps2
17/2/2021
07:34
New products for home recording available from today.
saracen3
16/2/2021
17:13
Thanks guys
az4hr
16/2/2021
13:06
Further to my post 2806 yesterday,I have looked back at the dates of trading statements last year. they were on 23.01, 18.03, 02.04 and then a second, 'more detailed' year end one on 23.04. This year the first one came earlier, on 14.01. If last year's pattern is followed, we can expect another ts in about a month from now, followed by a year end one very early in April.
aimingupward2
16/2/2021
09:03
Analysts necessarily make various assumptions, which will turn out to be wrong to varying degrees, and then calculate an earnings outcome based on them. To do that to three places of decimals is giving a spurious accuracy to the figure, which is just absurd. A round number of pence is good enough. Their forecasts are ‘best estimates’ as they see it, but certainly can’t be relied upon as being accurate.
aimingupward2
16/2/2021
00:09
Not sure if you have Stockopedia, but they have a graph at the bottom that has broker consensus forecast. I have noticed an increase in forecasts from 29.8p on january 16th to 35.265p on Feb 9th which is almost 20% increase but yet shareprice hasn't moved. was wondering how reliable are those consensus broker forecasts on stockopedia.
az4hr
15/2/2021
20:19
az4hr - There will almost certainly be a trading statement some days after the end of the company’s trading year on 31st March - so pretty early in April. There just might be one ahead of that, in the next week or two, but none has been announced. As and when one comes, we can expect it to be very positive and to encourage, and result in, more buying of the shares. Market makers know this perfectly well and will want to have accumulated stock as cheaply as possible ahead of that. I suspect that are currently attempting to do this by unnerving some holders and getting them to to sell shares. After a three fold rise in the share price, it’s not surprising if some are let go. We just need to be patient. I believe that there’s a good year ahead, especially with the establishment of additional trading in second hand musical instruments, very possibly at higher margins.
aimingupward2
15/2/2021
20:16
Year end trading update was on the 2nd April last year - so expect the same this year.The share price will take care of itself.It’s all good.💪ԁ70;
largemerlot
15/2/2021
17:23
So frustrating on a day like this G4M down. I know I’m being greedy but don’t understand why momentum stalled.
az4hr
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