Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
JD Sports (John David Group) LSE:JD. London Ordinary Share GB00BYX91H57 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 358.30p 357.30p 357.60p - - - 0 06:30:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 2,378.7 238.4 18.4 19.5 3,487.09

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17/7/2017
12:25
VectorVest is very good in that it provides a wealth of information about almost every stock on the FTSE all share (currently over 2000), importantly it provides a propriety fundamentals based forward looking valuation on every share, how safe a share is and a timing calculation. These figures (plus other more generally available information such as EPS, growth, dividend safety etc etc) that allow an individual to make an informed decision about whether to hold buy or sell a share. A stop price is set for the each share and if a disciplined VV user were paying strict attention to these he would have got out at around 412p and probably saved himself a lot on money and grief. A buy,hold or Sell recommendation is produced daily for every share covered. You can see a graph of JD Sports from vectorVest here https://www.dropbox.com/s/qkf6712frsbt97z/2017-07-14%20JJD%20Sports%20Graph.pdf?dl=0 (Cut and paste the link into address bar of your browser) You can try out VectorVest for I think $5.95 for 5 weeks or if you prefer they let you produce a report for any share (up to 5 times) by visiting www.vectorvest.co.uk - see sample here_ https://www.dropbox.com/s/rbn8caj4mhkcnka/2017-07-14%20JJD%20Sports%20VV%20Report.pdf?dl=0 See also the blog by Dr David Paul on this site VectorVest operate in mmany countries and produce information on many stock markets - a UK subscriber automatically gets the US version included (I think you can choose a different additional market if your prefer. NB JD SPORTS IS STILL RATED A SELL BY VV DYOR
grosvenor
13/7/2017
13:33
O/T but is Vectorvest any good? It sounds a bit gimmicky to me.. and you can't subscribe to every tip sheet and scheme going around of course.
martinc
13/7/2017
11:32
Thanks Martin, maybe the market knows best - although its up quite a bit today - if it carries on looks like it will be a bullish engulfing candle at day end. I sold most of my JD the day before the AGM - I use VectorVest and it crashed through their stop level at about 405p a few days before this. There was exceptional volume last Friday and even more last Monday (8M - average daily volume now 1.6m - though a few months ago it was around 1m) I suppose there are a few headwinds - Amazon Prime Wardrobe, falling pound and consumer spending hits ....
grosvenor
13/7/2017
10:54
A fair amount of buying too: hxxp://investors.morningstar.com/ownership/shareholders-buying.html?t=JD.&region=gbr&culture=en-US&ownerCountry=USA Though selling when it was c. 450p was very tempting. I sold some.. but greed stopped me selling the rest! Who knows whether it's good value or not. The trading statement was so non-committal that we don't know whether JD are going to beat forecasts (as usual) or whether they will fail to meet them. So it's anybody's guess I think.
martinc
13/7/2017
10:06
Will the current low price put JD into takeover territory? Morning Star major shareholders list - click here hxxp://investors.morningstar.com/ownership/shareholders-selling.html?t=JD.&region=gbr&culture=en-US&ownerCountry=USA Lots of sales in March April May by institutions Discuss
grosvenor
29/6/2017
12:50
I suppose people were almost expecting them to be ahead of expectations, and I think the share price was anticipating that forecasts will rise over time. Wish I'd sold some up at 450p of course.
martinc
29/6/2017
10:42
Thinking its looking decent value on 16 times forward earnings, realise a long way to go yet to end fy18 but it's in line so far, will hang on a bit to see what happens before adding. Agree with the comment about Quiz but from what I've read its going to be floated on a high multiple. even higher than JD. is now.
firtashia
29/6/2017
10:34
Interesting that Cowgill's just taken on a board role with Quiz PLC which is to float in July..that should prove a winner ala Boohoo and ASC
gersemi
29/6/2017
10:32
Looks like an overreaction to me. They must be quite optimistic as they're extending the Rochdale Distributon Warehouse - from the look of things it will be @ 50% bigger when completed
psmith1110
29/6/2017
10:15
The statement is too vague, market never likes that, but it does say it will meet market expectations, that is enough for me to be adding this morning. On-line growth and more stores shows plenty more market penetration to be had. Brokers re-recommending this morning with target price of 500p
chrisgail
29/6/2017
08:57
Market doesn't like the latest statement
d40eq6
22/6/2017
16:57
As usual the IC tip proved the kiss of death
kkclimber56
22/6/2017
14:19
Directly related to Amazon, all US sports retailers down also. Bit of an over reaction as Under Armour and Adidas already direct sell on Amazon
pt725
22/6/2017
13:23
Any thoughts on the sell off - the potential deal whereby Nike sells direct on Amazon perhaps ?
psmith1110
09/6/2017
20:26
Tipped as a buy in the IC. In essence they reckon there will be continued broker s upgrades as time goes on.
martinc
27/4/2017
10:50
Surprised the markets seems to be missing at the moment that sterling appreciating against the dollar will be helpful later in the year when the hedging expires.
alphabeta4
26/4/2017
23:35
JD sell a lot of SGP gear JD Sports has the majority of its shops in Britain but added 54 stores to its portfolio in mainland Europe and said that first JD store in Australia is due to open shortly. In Britain, it sell brands such as Superdry, Nike, The North Face, Adidas and many others through its JD shops. The company also offers a number of exclusive items from Nike and Adidas under the "Only At JD" range. Like-for-like store sales at its core sports fashion business rose 10 percent although the company said it was "unreasonable" to growth to be maintained at this level. Analysts welcomed the figures. "We remain bullish on the company as we believe it is one of the strongest plays in the retail sector," said George Mensah of Shore Capital, who has a "Buy" rating on the stock.
tjbird
12/4/2017
12:52
Kkclimber56, I saw Paul Scott say something similar on Stockopedia; that there is nothing aspirational about the kinda clothing jd sells. (People probably said the same about denim in the 50s!) I think the older generation might be entirely unaware of the culture around trainers and that they are definitely aspirational for the younger generation. Just search kicksonfire or kicksoftheday on Instagram and you will see there is a whole culture surrounding trainers which people take very seriously. I think it's an error to assume it's just chavs or lazy slobs in track suits.
matthuntmba
12/4/2017
10:07
The sad reality behind our financial gains... http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/04/11/jd-sports-success-reflects-essence-modern-britons-tracksuit/
kkclimber56
12/4/2017
09:39
MartinC - I think luck does play a big part in any event where the future movements are unpredictable. Re. XPP it's easy with hindsight to kick yourself for selling out (I also did it). But if you look at the chart it rose quickly from £1 in 2009 and then went from over £18 in 2011 to just £8 very quickly. If you use stop losses (which is what got me out) not many people would have felt comfortable holding onto a 50% loss from the highs. If you held it would have been on the basis of 'hope it recovers'. I think that's why JD. has been such an amazing investment - it's rise has been pretty much linear upwards (with the exception of Brexit vote last year). All backed up by excellent growth/fundies.
closetinvestor
11/4/2017
11:05
What a day! The huge rise is odd though, as the results are pretty much exact what you'd have ptedicted based on the last trading update,so it shouldn't be a big surprise. There's a lot of luck in this game. I've been lucky and have held jd for years. I've equally been unlucky on numerous occasions. I wish I hadn't sold XP power before it 20-bagged.As you say, it takes just a few wins over the years to get you ahead.
martinc
11/4/2017
09:31
Wise words Slogsweep. I've held here from £9 old money and even back then it had doubled in a relatively short period of time. I've had to top slice on the way and done a cheeky trade or two when there's been some obvious mispriced pullbacks but this remains my largest holding and I'm happy to sit on my hands until it proves me otherwise.
alphabeta4
11/4/2017
08:29
judging by the number of posts on this board JD is an overlooked company which is odd because it is one of my best long term performers. I too had thought to take profits but thankfully resisted the temptation, just had a feeling this was the one to hold. Looking back nearly all my profits over 50 years have been due to long term holds on a handful of great shares. Trading has produced minimal profits when losses are included. Someone told me years ago that investing was a get rich slowly business not a get rich quickly business, pity it takes a life time to realise that.
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