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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hotel Chocolat Group Plc LSE:HOTC London Ordinary Share GB00BYZC3B04 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.00 -2.82% 345.00 340.00 350.00 355.00 345.00 355.00 30,356 11:39:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 136.3 -7.5 -5.5 - 433

Hotel Chocolat Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/10/2016
10:54
Could see this drop back to £2.40ish quite quickly
trt
23/10/2016
15:22
Stop moaning about SETS - you can't complain surely with the rise here !
panic investor
21/10/2016
07:56
26% rise in two days time for me to take some profits !
trt
19/10/2016
16:49
Well maybe not lava.Stunning results.
telbap
30/9/2016
06:31
coco is imported so weak pound must be bad for it
larva
26/9/2016
20:28
Maybe I have a cognitive bias, as I have held shares in Fevertree for over a year now, but I like the story Hotel Chocolat are putting into their brand, and it seems similar to how FEVR have a emotive back story of where they source their product from...I should point out here, that Schweppes beat Fevertree in a blind taste tests by a panel of experts, and I really think FEVR's success is down to it's strong brand. Over on Mumsnet the general vibe is that this choc is good choc, although a few people spotted it was slick marketing. If you watch YouTube reviews on this, choc-heads love it... FEVR have 17K followers on Twitter, HOTC have over 50K. I think I might be interested in HOTC.
flyposter
30/8/2016
01:00
The broker earnings forecast is 4.98p. A price earnings ratio of 40.96 at the current share price , compared to a sector average of 22.98 !
scantrader
30/6/2016
11:47
Does anyone know when is the next trading update?
ksharlandjiev
06/6/2016
07:02
another Fevertree or Just Eat food type performer?
chickenrun1
01/6/2016
13:31
ram, I agree, not looked in great detail yet, but what transactions are you referring too?
isaready
31/5/2016
16:31
Hope they don't make chocolate teapots. Seems overpriced to me.
montyhedge
31/5/2016
14:29
A new high coming here.
chickenrun1
12/5/2016
14:54
isaready - As I said before, I like the company. It ticks all the important boxes. So if the company can be more transparent and show that the related party transaction was above board and fair, then I will take a stake. With AIM companies, putting trust in the management, especially when they are new as a plc, is not a risk I want to take. Burnt my fingers too often in the past.
ramridge
12/5/2016
13:26
isaready - I'm sure you're right, but do you invest because you admire what they have done to date, or because you want to make a profit on your investment? If the former, remember you may be making a charitable donation. If the latter you'll look from every angle.
jonwig
12/5/2016
12:18
Ram, what are you on about. This is to guys, who worked hard for their company, opening up a small shop and building a business. simple.
isaready
12/5/2016
08:17
Thanks jonwig. Clearly the related party transactions in relation to the St Lucia company are very opaque. They are not even disclosing how much was paid to the founding directors to buy out the remaining shares. An admission document which goes into great detail in every other respect lacks basic disclosure when it comes to this related transaction - precisely when they should to show propriety. One of my rules is not to invest in a company where the management appears dodgy, no matter how good the business. There is nothing worse than bad management to destroy a perfectly good company. I am going to sit on my hands until there is clarity around this issue.
ramridge
12/5/2016
05:26
This might be worth reading ... as over-rated as their product? Http://www.shareprophets.com/views/20645/hotel-chocolate-a-house-of-cards
jonwig
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