Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Quiz LSE:QUIZ London Ordinary Share JE00BZ00SF59 ORD 0.3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.00p +0.64% 158.25p 156.00p 160.50p 157.00p 156.50p 157.00p 9,249 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods - - - - 196.60

Quiz Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/4/2018
20:21
Yumpy boy fill your boots with FalanxIt's boom time soon
kaka47
22/4/2018
20:19
Look who we have here Yumpy boy
kaka47
22/4/2018
17:08
Listing price would be a racy rating, unless we enter a bull market. 160p seems an obvious place to stop for a month or so. That's a p/e of 20 or so on this coming year. Given the retail market, that seems pretty fair.
yump
22/4/2018
10:20
Slowly it moving back up to listing price underpinned by good trading update
hamidahamida
13/4/2018
16:16
From yesterday: Investors may be in denial about how strong Quiz PLC's brand is as its shares have been weak recently, says Peel Hunt, but the brokerage has no doubt that investors will soon appreciate the clothing retailer's earnings growth potential. Peel Hunt says Quiz's update showed that the company is in rude health as it reported a 30% increase in fiscal 2018 sales. Peel Hunt reiterates a buy rating on the stock with a 200 pence target price.
typo56
12/4/2018
09:24
Plenty more growth to come from online and that group of shoppers should stay relatively separate from the store shoppers and therefore not hit store sales. Although they pay commission in various ways for concessions and for online sales via third party websites, that is putting the brand out there much more widely than simply having a stand-alone website.
yump
12/4/2018
08:03
Onwards and upwards
kaka47
12/4/2018
08:01
Really impressed with the online growth all in all good update
hamidahamida
28/3/2018
11:10
Quiz looks promising because of its potential for online growth from a low base. However, ASOS completely different, not in its market, but in being right place, right time, right strategy. They hit online very early on, captured whatever online market was around in 2000-2002, they had a very successful affiliate scheme (where its very easy to measure exact ROI and marketing costs are automatically covered, because you only pay out commission on a sale: 100's of affiliates were promoting their name, but they only pay out once for a sale, so they got massive logo/brand exposure) and also coincided with the rise of celebrity as a driver for fashion buying. Hence the original name 'As seen on screen'. I think some affiliates may have almost retired on early ASOS share purchases, as in some ways you could see the success in advance, because you could see the sales as they were happening. Quiz is in many ways a 'me-too' brand, but they do seem to be executing well.
yump
28/3/2018
10:19
I see big similarities with ASOS which I bought many years ago at 10p. They have had their ups and downs but having reached over £75 each during the last month, I have bought in and am prepared to hold.
scrambled
22/3/2018
11:06
2 million purchase this morning? Bit of a recovery going on in this one over last few weeks ...
mister md
19/3/2018
06:58
I am not clever enough to know where the bottom is, however I don’t think it is just coincidence that the positive movement over the past week has coincided with Old Mutual Global Investors closing their short position, or at least going below the notifiable threshold. No concrete evidence obviously, however I am not convinced there is a great deal of overhang, but moreover the relatively low liquidity has faciltated a fairly easy ride for Old Mutual and possibly a handful of others in moving the price to where they wanted it. Recent weather hasn’t been kind to any retailer, and Quiz will not be an exception, however I fully expect an excellent pre-close update in April, fuelled primarily by overseas and online, that in conjunction with a maiden dividend announcement, should provide enough catalyst to keep nudging the stock towards a fairer valuation. Given the cute marketing, online and overseas expansion strategy being followed, I still fully expect it to be moving towards £2.50 over a 12 month time scale, barring any major hiccups.
kcr69
18/3/2018
21:20
Not necessarily a bottom in yet. Trend still down on a meaningful timescale and all that supply above to clear. Needs to do a lot of work before it goes on my "hot to trot" list
davr0s
18/3/2018
15:23
Well and truly bottomed out
kaka47
16/3/2018
19:24
It was floated on a full valuation, so the drop wasn't surprising given the bad vibes about retailers with physical shops. But a p/e of 20, growing as it is, with lots of online to come would leave it on what I think is a fair valuation at 160p, based on coming year. They're starting from a low online base and the issue will be how much they're affected by lower footfall and whether online increases cancel that out.
yump
16/3/2018
14:49
4m volume on 12th Mar cleared a overhang perhaps
johnv
16/3/2018
08:22
Bottom out in recovery faze Good medium to long term play
kaka47
12/3/2018
11:08
Results game
kaka47
09/3/2018
09:04
"flat pack administration" LOL I think you should look that one up and see what it involves.
yump
08/3/2018
09:16
The adverse weather would have effect on trading recently
blueflex2
07/3/2018
23:07
Management has a history, I think a flat pack administration maneuver previously... no surprise so many are sitting this one out..
rathean
07/3/2018
22:59
Management on the ball
hamidahamida
05/3/2018
08:55
Its a retailer and its got shops. That's enough for the time being, just based on sentiment and various shops in trouble. The fact that their % of online sales has potential to grow significantly won't counter the bad stuff around anything physical.
yump
04/3/2018
21:55
Did not realise there is a nearly 1% of stock out on loan as a short. There must be something blindingly obvious that I'm missing here as to why it keeps falling. I don't hold at present
solooiler
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