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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Joules Group Plc LSE:JOUL London Ordinary Share GB00BZ059357 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  7.00 5.38% 137.00 125.00 133.00 132.50 126.00 128.00 46,860 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 218.0 12.9 11.6 11.8 148

Joules Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/5/2020
08:08
Bowl to 240
onjohn
18/5/2020
23:48
Solid nameBig in the USPrivate equity lining upEasy buy
viking24
22/4/2020
10:34
With a strong brand that appeared to be making progress in the US before the pandemic struck there could be a decent recovery story here. Read more in our daily update on the impact of the coronavirus on Joules and other stocks we follow here: hxxps://www.investorschampion.com/channel/blog/coronavirus-impact-17-april-video-gaming-continues-to-deliver-and-dividends
investorschampion
06/4/2020
11:09
I am completely out now. Rise seems a bit overdone to me, but maybe someone buying up in the backgroup. With lots of new shares issued at 80p as see that as a ceiling for a while to come.
goliard
06/4/2020
11:01
I have these on my watchlist, though I think they could easily fall back to 60p say in the next month or two on weak economic data. From there though, I think they'd be a solid bet longer term
adamb1978
03/4/2020
16:13
Joules Group has raised £15m at 80p per share with all of the Directors participating in the placing, subscribing for 1,468,750 placing shares in aggregate. Founder Tom Joule committed the lion’s share, acquiring 1,250, 000 shares lifting his stake to 27.28%. The shares hit a high of 380p in April 2018 with the 2016 IPO price 160p. Read more in our daily updates on the impact of the coronavirus on Joules and other stocks we follow here: hxxps://www.investorschampion.com/channel/blog/coronavirus-impact-3-april-news-of-a-reliable-7-yield
investorschampion
19/3/2020
11:53
Volume is 5x the average daily volume... Wonder whether the founder is buying up more? As Johnyee said above, there wasnt anything in the RNS announcement to trigger any positive impact!
adamb1978
19/3/2020
11:37
That is a big spike. Did not intend to trade this one, but have done and taken some profit.
goliard
19/3/2020
10:58
It's at times like this you realise the stock market doesn't work logically.
johnyee 7
19/3/2020
10:25
Incredible spike! Maybe they'll move back down my watch-list!
adamb1978
19/3/2020
10:25
Albany, they mention a "strong relationship" with their bank, which is unsurprising given that they have no debt. ONJohn, I am not sure your are really understanding this crisis and I have looked at your other posts elsewhere and see that all you post is "bust" on everything with no thought involved - and that is fine. However, leases are not the biggest problem. If this country goes into a massive lockdown and it ends up being extended for months then almost every retail business will be bankrupt. Almost all hospitality companies will be bankrupt and that is hotels, restaurants, cinemas etc. There will be s econd banking crisis much bigger than the first as banks are forced to write off billions. So your posts on all threads saying "bust" will be correct mainly. Saying "expensive leases" isn't really understaning the issue. For example, lease costs last year were £14 million. That includes rates, which are no longer payable (for a year at least), so that is £10m cost. Even if the economy shuts for 12 months, that bill is payable as long as they get some government support and start again the next year. Salaries on the other hand were £40 million in total. It is 4x bigger a problem than leases and you need staff to keep the business running. So the question becomes - will the government allow mass business failure and the start of the next great depression? Will central banks really do "whatever is necessary". If you think they wont then sell absolutely every stock you have and sell your car and your watch now because we are all screwed. Joules is priced to bo bust and it might. But if you beleive central bank intervention will prevent a full scale depression then it is probably good value, but will lose a fortune this year. I have no idea if I am right or wrong and see this as a risky gamble at the moment. Anyone who thinks they know the outcome is a fool.
goliard
19/3/2020
10:16
I hope you people buying now realise that the only places that will be open shortly are chemists and food shops.
johnyee 7
19/3/2020
08:21
why do they mention bANKS and supportive shareholder who sold it down looks finished banks will take over
albanyvillas
19/3/2020
07:31
Got these on my watch-list for when the recovery happens. RNS is horrific, but at the same time, bizarrely its kind of in-line with most people's expectations given the virus problems
adamb1978
18/3/2020
20:43
Sos warning and halves to 5p
onjohn
18/3/2020
20:42
Load of expensive leases they can’t cover
onjohn
18/3/2020
08:42
Going to wait until next week before deciding to buy more or not. Everything feels cheap day to day but we may only be at the start of the problem and ftse could see 4000 or even lower.
goliard
18/3/2020
08:29
"All 50 states have the corona". Presumably 'states' means 'US states'? What has that to do with the price of fish or Joules shares? Joules should benefit from more on-line shopping, even if it a few stores are closed for a while.
nocton
18/3/2020
06:37
All 50 states have the corona
onjohn
18/3/2020
05:34
Sorry but I don't really understand much or any of that. There are no financials to study except historical ones and I have applied a 50% drop in profit not just for this year (which will probably be bigger than 50% drop) but every year going forward and also added in more debt to cover some one offs and it still seems cheap. I guess time will tell. Market looks like opening sharply down this morning so interested to see if the JOUL sellers are out in force again.
goliard
17/3/2020
20:39
Hi ONJohn. Always interested to hear opposing views on any investment I have. It would be great to hear your thoughts in more detail as there isn't much I can do with those words. Certainly priced as if it is going bust so I agree with that, but the financials I have studied don't reflect the same position. If anything I see a fairly easy upside here although I am hoping for a bit more weakness to add unless there is bad news from the company.
goliard
17/3/2020
20:06
Looks bust
onjohn
17/3/2020
19:06
Hi Adam. Will check those but I am super defensive at the moment and I don't think they fit my limited list. Chancellor's announcements should help Joules tomorrow which is great in some ways but I am kinda hoping that everything goes lower from here and I can pick up more for less. Have 45,000 is these around 50p today. Would like to double that but retail is so awful I might just stick with the initial punt.
goliard
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