Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Naked Wines Plc LSE:WINE London Ordinary Share GB00B021F836 ORD 7.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -7.20 -4.4% 156.40 131,852 13:25:35
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
156.60 157.20 168.30 153.10 168.30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 350.26 2.87 3.30 47.4 114
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:24:30 O 641 157.05 GBX

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Naked Wines Daily Update: Naked Wines Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WINE. The last closing price for Naked Wines was 163.60p.
Naked Wines Plc has a 4 week average price of 133.90p and a 12 week average price of 133.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 895p while the 1 year low share price is currently 133.90p.
There are currently 72,827,354 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,241,766 shares. The market capitalisation of Naked Wines Plc is £113,901,981.66.
bigbigdave: Wrong thread folks, Naked Wines (WINE) no longer connected to Majestic Https://
napoleon 14th: As a member I noticed the big increase in marketing emails/offers, so I guess they want/need to sell stock urgently. Had just £540 in my Naked Wine account. Withdrawn it. Will report on how that goes - it's supposed to be secure and returned in days. I had some shares 2 years ago & cleared out more or less quits.
jqb1: Sorry, good wine.
jqb1: Not a problem, wine keeps for ages lol
lindowcross: In today's results, which I admit I have skim read, Naked defines "investment in new customers" (at end of the presentation) as: "The Investment in New Customers during the year, including contribution profit/loss from New Customer sales and advertising costs.". In other words, flogging wine very cheaply via flyers in third party-delivered parcels etc, and other promotions. That can't go on indefinitely.
arlington chetwynd talbott: I have added this one to my watch list because the customer experience is so good. Consistently high quality wine for much less of a premium than elsewhere. And the story undoubtedly adds value. Why has the market fallen out of love with it? Seems to be more than just the ending of the lockdown effect. What is the catch here? The figures look okay to me - obviously a very forward looking valuation, but it is hard to see WINE failing to deliver the envisaged growth. Are folk worried about how it will perform in the teeth of a recession?
seagreen: The other curious thing I find is that Majestic Wines are mostly fantastic and my experience of Naked Wines are they are deeply disappointing and bland. Not sure you can compete with majestic French reds in the 8.99 to 15 quid range. Although perversley Co op have a very good buying team and their customer base does not realise it so you can get good deals in offers. Majestic still offer a friendly face to face service as knowledgeable as the old Odd Bins team used to be or indeed on the phone. (No interest in stock price just quality wine at reasonable prices.)
lindowcross: From Retail Gazette, Majestic Wine online sales skyrocket 300% By Elias Jahshan - June 11, 2021 Majestic Wine toasts record market share // Majestic Wine says it outperformed the market by 8% since acquisition by Fortress in December 2019 // This accounts for over 5% of all wine sold across Britain and online sales skyrocketed 300% // Summer 2021 predicted to be Majestic Wine’s “biggest ever” as millions of Brits holiday in UK Majestic Wine has revealed details of a record breaking trading period over the last 18 months, with some key trends predicted to continue as the world reopens. The wine retailer said it outperformed the market by eight per cent since its acquisition by investment firm Fortress in December 2019, which took the retailer back to private ownership. Majestic Wine said its market share now accounts for over five per cent of all wine sold across Britain.
lindowcross: Majestic prospered because it built a brand established over many years grounded on a solid base of freehold property. Brand markers included but were not limited to: easy to reach locations, convenient parking, knowledgeable sales assistants - many had wine qualifications - building personal relationships with customers, wine tastings, glass and ice bucket loan for parties, wide range including beers, soft drinks etc, then building a net presence when the internet arrived backed by home delivery from its stores, and keen prices. These items differentiated the business from supermarkets and more upmarket wine dealers. It took quite a few decades to build up that moat, and competitors tried to compete, eg Oddbins, but could not. I work near an existing Majestic in south London, and it seems to be thriving. I'm sure it continues to prosper for the private equity buyers who probably couldn't believe their luck. What markers set out Naked Wines which will ensure its expensively-obtained client list will remain loyal out on the wild west internet?
lindowcross: The "old Majestic wine" used to make pre-tax profits of around £15m on turnover of around £220m backed by a solid base of freehold property. (and send me a voucher for a bottle of champagne every year!) So Naked for me has been a huge disappointment. It seems to rush for sales and turnover without bothering too much about profit. Everytime I open a parcel for goods bought on the internet a flyer drops out from Naked offering discounted wines . The recent results stated "investment in New Customers2 of £21.3 million, delivering a 5-year Forecast Payback2 of 1.7x in a changing market environment as wine consumers sought in-person experiences emerging from COVID-19 lockdowns". I'm not really sure what that means but I suspect it means, "we are flogging our booze really cheaply in order to sign on new customers". But as I think I posted on a previous WINE board, customers are fickle, and can easily move or suspend their subscriptions or whatever when the gas bill comes in, or someone has a better/cheaper offering. So I sold my rump holding of Naked yesterday, held since the Majestic days. Notwithstanding this I accept I may be completely misguided. (I presume everyone who plays the markets gets it wrong sometimes, the game is to get it right more often than not!) The market likes nothing better than to prove an opinion wrong and for the benefit of those who have faith in the company and continues to hold I sincerely hope the future proves I was.
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