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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

Gear4music (holdings) Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/3/2021
10:59
Hopefully some pre-update buying this week will nudge share price up
rathlindri
30/3/2021
09:46
Update likely next week.
saracen3
30/3/2021
09:38
Looking forward to the next update!
hastings
26/3/2021
12:13
I'm already in. Was wanting more but getting frustrated because whenever I tried just kept getting the unable to quote message. Thanks for the comments everyone.
rizler
26/3/2021
05:49
HF, "But I reckon you’re long..." Then you reckon incorrectly. :-)
glavey
25/3/2021
16:51
Suggest you don’t worry too much rizler as, if this can make over 50p/share, then it’s on an historic p/e of a very modest 16 and the share price will certainly rise a good bit further. How often can you find that when eps quadruples from one year to the next? Remember, too, that they’ll be adding a profitable second hand instruments business to their turnover early next year. Why on earth don’t Walletinvestor round off their tp to £12 ? However, I think that’s a fair target price for this time next year - a 50% uplift and pretty reliably achievable.
aimingupward2
25/3/2021
16:45
@Shanklin had a limit of £7.2 for the past 2 months for 11k shares & it never fully/partially filled. I use IB
hawfinch
25/3/2021
16:42
Walletinvestor raises year end target to 1199p hxxps://walletinvestor.com/lse-stock-forecast/g4m-stock-prediction
saracen3
25/3/2021
16:29
rizler, but you have had about 2 months to buy it at 70p less. Were you really waiting until you had to pay 10% more?
shanklin
25/3/2021
16:20
Ah can now. But jumped up 10p!
rizler
25/3/2021
16:18
Can't get a quote on hl. So annoying.
rizler
25/3/2021
16:05
You’ll not get alerts for future posts; only posts already made!!
aimingupward2
25/3/2021
15:56
Sorry for not saying anything but am a LTH and this is the only way I can see to get emailed alerts for future posts.
laughton
25/3/2021
14:47
Earnings of about 54p per share and sales volume growth likely to remain strong as high street shops in UK and Europe are decimated by lockdown. Who can they compete with G4M selling 60,000 products ?
saracen3
25/3/2021
14:31
Whatever the reason(s) a very welcome sight this morning.
rathlindri
25/3/2021
12:09
It is worth keeping in mind that the company said, on £25th Feb’, that EBITDA for the year to 31st March, would be not less than £18.2m. The figure given on 14th Jan’, had been £16.5m. So, nearly 10% up in a matter of a few weeks. If things have continued to go well, the final figures could look really very good.
aimingupward2
25/3/2021
11:31
I meant, 79k shares. Quite a sizeable amount!
johndoe23
25/3/2021
11:31
A large sell this morning, 79k worth of shares. Perhaps an overhang now cleared?
johndoe23
25/3/2021
10:39
Yes, you’re probably right. The company has said it would issue a trading statement no later than 23rd April, but it might well be quite a bit earlier in the month, as you suggest, and as it was last year. There is every likelihood that it will be pretty positive, perhaps very positive.
aimingupward2
25/3/2021
10:22
End of year next week (31st March 2021) and trading update last year was 2nd April. I suspect some PIs have this in their diary to stockup before results (and sell afterwards unfortunately).
cooltools
25/3/2021
10:11
What’s suddenly stirred this back into life, I wonder?
aimingupward2
01/3/2021
09:05
The only connection I have in the music industry is through G4M. “I don’t expect anyone to agree with me”. Perhaps not fully, but bear views are always appreciated by me and by most on this board. I’ll never downvote a bear post. But I reckon you’re long, Glavey. I think you write bear posts in order to generate a discussion in hope that it will convince you further “not” to sell.
hawfinch
01/3/2021
07:21
If you refer back I think you will find it was more centred around G4M being a box shifter. As I said, I don't expect anyone to agree with me. Have you a connection with the industry yourself?
glavey
28/2/2021
09:17
@Glavey Strange, perhaps, but I used BOO & ASC as a comparison because they are the biggest British-based e-retailers that operate a pureplay merchant model similar to G4M (if I’m not mistaken). I completely understand that the industries are different (clothing industry is 700+bn as opposed to the music industry which was 1/7th of that). I also understand that the purchase frequency in both industries vary (with musical instruments being less frequent) but potentially offset by a higher Average Basket Value. I do not want to get into the ins and outs of the industry (i.e., barriers to entry etc), but I must reiterate that the potential to grab market share in both industries is huge and the “reach” to prospective customers is vital. If I’ve understood you correctly, the premise of your argument is centred around G4Ms customer base not being “discerning221;. I agree with you to some extent that in the future we may see a more discerning clientele (due to macro reasons), however I think you may be overstating it a tad to how detrimental it could be to G4Ms revenue streams. Generations change, as do their spending habits and how they seek products. Everything (if we like it or not) is becoming more digitalised. You mention that the EU has Thomann, which is a family run business that will most likely hit 1bn in revenue. I do feel that Thomann has a greater customer reach by utilising apps on both IOS and Android. However, I still believe that G4M can compete effectively and fight for some of the musical pie as brick-and-mortar stores start collapsing.
hawfinch
28/2/2021
06:56
HF, "Also, what’s stopping G4M from becoming the Asos or BOO for musical equipment/instruments?" At first it may seem strange to compare G4M with clothing retailers however their typical client may be of a similar mind-set. So perhaps they already are. AIUI, the clothes are normally only worn a very few times and are made such to address a youth market. People age. Circumstances change. Tastes change. Some even become more discerning (I was going to write "sensible"). Unlike BOO (and perhaps ASOS), G4M don't have product run-up in the UK. Perhaps consumers in Europe are a little more discerning. The EU has Thomann (for example) as a similar online outlet. Been around a while and still private. I don't expect anyone to agree with me, particularly in these markets. The share price may elevate further if conditions support it. I may know nothing. Maybe MG is an expert in this field. Perhaps G4M is in a down cycle now and there's an up cycle coming. So why not buy the dip.
glavey
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