Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ocado Group Plc LSE:OCDO London Ordinary Share GB00B3MBS747 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  25.00 3.1% 830.40 649,821 14:10:14
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
829.20 830.00 848.20 817.00 820.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 2,498.30 -176.90 -30.18 6,849
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:09:49 AT 206 830.40 GBX

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06/7/202208:22The most overvalued stock on the LSE1,372
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Ocado Daily Update: Ocado Group Plc is listed in the Food & Drug Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OCDO. The last closing price for Ocado was 805.40p.
Ocado Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 750.20p and a 12 week average price of 691.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,105p while the 1 year low share price is currently 691.60p.
There are currently 824,753,451 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,069,799 shares. The market capitalisation of Ocado Group Plc is £6,794,318,929.34.
westdean: Today the FTSE went down by 70 points and yet this share went up by 4.3%. This behaviour for me is very puzzling. Is it the case that this company is so strong and robust that it is not dependent on the prevailing market sentiments for its share price movements? I am wondering if it is possible to artificially inflate a stock. Who benefits from a scheme like that? To normal thinking, this would be a disastrous thing to do, because when the reality dawns the fall or "correction" would be all the more spectacular.
qantas: On the downside, Ocado slumped after the online supermarket said it had raised £575m in a share placing to fund its expansion. Just over 72.3m new ordinary shares were placed at 795p per share, with existing and new institutional investors. The placing price represents a discount of around 9.4% to the closing share price on Monday. The online supermarket also raised an additional £3m selling shares to management and in an offer to retail investors.
stutes: The trading update shows promise but the squeeze on consumers is starting to affect Retailers and October cap hike is likely to affect Christmas sales. Ocado is also awaiting a High Court ruling re Autostore in June or July? The outcome could push the share price up or down. As for share options Directors should, in my opinion , have them set at the 12 month high - they should feel the pain of the falling share price.
farmerjohn1: Ocado seems in pretty good shape financially and otherwise, certainly lot better position than many other of it’s FTSE peers, also as highlighted by others, share price is clearly way too oversold and undervalued here at the moment, DYOR. HTTPS://
farmerjohn1: Post from lse bb today: GroundHogDay1 Posts: 265 Price: 927.60 No Opinion OCDO- “Grocery and robotics combined”Today 10:44 “Grocery and robotics combined”: “Regardless of what the economy is doing, people still need to eat. And that’s why consumer staple businesses tend to outperform during economic turbulence. There are plenty of FTSE 100 stocks operating in this sector. But the one I like the most is Ocado (LSE:OCDO). This online grocery business has had a pretty rough ride lately. With a warehouse fire and a lawsuit to deal with, the stock has almost halved in the last 12 months. Fortunately, both of these issues have now been resolved. And a recent trading update revealed that the group’s userbase has grown to a record 835,000 – a 31% annual increase. Meanwhile, Ocado’s warehouse automation technology continues to be deployed at existing and new facilities. Thus, enabling the company, and its business clients like Morrisons, to further optimise online order fulfilment. As promising as that sounds, there are some risks to consider. While user numbers are rising, the average basket size has fallen by 15% to £124. This appears to be a culmination of luxury items being cut from the shopping list and users returning to brick & mortar retailers. However, with fuel costs rising sharply, some individuals may start opting for an e-commerce grocery shopping solution to save on petrol. And with Ocado’s long term strategy still intact, I believe the current dip in its share price presents an exciting buying opportunity for my portfolio.”
thecomposer: I have no doubt here that OCDO share price will go back to £15+ this very year, it's just too oversold at the moment, fear driven rapid market games as usual, great gains to be made from these unrealistically crazy low market cap levels, GLA.
madbadtrader: As predicted ------------------------------------------------------ madbadtrader - 11 Oct 2021 - 14:49:35 - 1191 of 1271 £16.50 Looking good for my prediction of single figure share price! Petrol shortages, lack of lorry drivers and patent dispute - no reason for anyone to buy this share and when that happens it is time to get out, which is what the savvy investors are doing hence the share price decline. Actual chart looks like it will follow the red one above, probably in the denial stage, can't be too far from the fear / capitulation stage! ------------------------------------------------------ Hit single figures (in £) today. Still a long way to drop, no doubt the loonies will be buying in thinking it is dirt cheap (because it once was three times the current price), neglecting the fact it was once a third of the current price and still overvalued!!
jcorrigan: In Feb last year I posted this (on another site) since when the shares have halved in value: If I ever risk suffering from hubris by thinking I understand equities, I look at Ocado to remind myself I don’t. I’ve never understood how this company has survived, let alone enjoyed a healthy share price and a market value of almost £20 billion to go with it. Here’s why. The company has never made a profit or paid a dividend. It’s not forecast to make a profit this year – despite the Covid home shopping boom it is supposed to have enjoyed. Nor next year. Nor the one after that. In fact, losses are forecast to increase, meaning it will have reported £1,346 million of loses since 2018, with losses having increased on average by 37% every year. The only way in which anyone can justify its share price and market value is to point to its clever technology (basically robots picking groceries) and an assumption that there will be a very substantial flow of orders from other retailers to create customer fulfilment centres (CFCs). But the evidence is against them for at least two reasons: (1) other UK retailers like Tesco and Sainsbury have manged to grow their home delivery revenues during the pandemic much faster than Ocado without needing its technology. Indeed, Morrison has access to an Ocado CFC but decided it was more effective and cheaper to use store-pick technology instead (2) those orders are just not materialising – in fact, during the pandemic Ocado has signed absolutely no new contracts and brought on no new partners. Overseas partners who have agreed to use Ocado have been told it will take four years for their facilities to become operational. Why? And is it any surprise that most companies which have looked at what Ocado has to offer have walked away? The very fact that Ocado continued to raise substantial amounts of capital last year gives a very clear signal that the company knows it is unable to stand on its own two feet and generate free cashflow and will not be able to do so for many years or, perhaps, ever. Clearly some investors love Ocado and think having clever technology (which not many retailers seem to want) is enough. Good luck to them. Perhaps they could explain what I’m missing.
londondj1: The pandemic caused an initial rise then fall in Ocados share price. Strip out this rise and fall and Ocado's share price is 20% up from the start of the pandemic. The pandemic did not benefit Ocado. Many new entrants came into the market with quick grocer fixes. Ocado's solutions, CFCs, take around 2/3 tears to build. As a result of the huge tech leap announced by Ocado reimagined build times and costs will be greatly reduced in the future. Very bright future ahead. 500% up from when imastu called this share the most overvalued in the FTSE, lol
imastu pidgitaswell: I didn't post that - I'm not the author of the thread. I certainly thought it was overvalued at £3 though, not denying that. Many others didn't - hence the price went up. Which was always a possibility given the ludicrous ramping by the likes of Goldman Sachs - hence I wasn't going anywhere near it. I said at the time that I was not and would not be short of it - if I didn't see why it was going up, I wasn't going bet against it. You're conflating what I think it is worth with what I think the market may (temporarily) think it is worth. They are 2 different things - which I was well aware of and therefore stayed well away. In any event, what I think about the share price isn't the point. The justification (or lack of) the share price in terms of its investment case, is. (I still think it is overvalued at 300p - anything in the billions is overvalued when it come to OCDO, imho)
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