Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sosandar LSE:SOS London Ordinary Share GB00BDGS8G04 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 11.35p 11.20p 11.50p 11.35p 11.35p 11.35p 65,598 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers - - - - 12.12

Sosandar Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/4/2018
17:51
Another person who can’t read. 9 months not 6. Company holds over 2 years worth of cash whilst ramping the business and getting it to the scale needed. Social media very positive, both in terms of likes and comments on the posts. I hold.
mauricemonkey
22/4/2018
12:18
So sell up and troll somewhere else.
discodave4
22/4/2018
12:01
Would not want to be holding these on The next results They plunged on the last ones and the next results could see these at 8p 2.1m loss in six months That’s Over 300k loss every month Unsustainable
rubberbullets
22/4/2018
11:57
Would not want to be holding these on The next results They plunged on the last ones and the next results could see these at 8p
rubberbullets
11/4/2018
17:10
Really!Since when has within guidance constituted a profit warning?.Only thing that's not to previous guidance is Capex.DD
discodave4
11/4/2018
09:12
ASOS warning down 600p game over man
ggbarabajagal
10/4/2018
20:35
Citigroup downgrade of Next
iannewberry
09/4/2018
23:05
"stock levels wafer thin" "they hold too much stock" Complete clown
mauricemonkey
09/4/2018
20:10
lucicavi Your point is what exactly?, all it tells me is pink booties would no doubt suit you and you need to get a life!.Not a holder here by choice and don't hold much hope for the future but jeez that's the worse deramp you have ever done on here!.DD
discodave4
09/4/2018
11:55
paulypilot, I respect your experience in retail so I hope that you will respond to this as a sensible question. This company is on my watch list at the moment. They are targeting a more mature demographic than the likes of BOO and ASOS. Do you think those sort of people will spend as much in shopping online as those much younger do? My concern is if the spend is to low then they will not be able to build the volume necessary to be profitable.
richjp
08/4/2018
15:44
There will be a placing sometime, possibly not until 2019 but there will be one you can bank on that........knowing AR it will be 2018.DD
discodave4
08/4/2018
11:47
What you are forgetting is that stock level was wafer thin they will need to increase this which will eat cash FIRST BEAR POINT They need to carry a lot of stock to manage all the 60% returns and sizes and ranges, there are already 1,000 SKUs Do you know what a SKU is - look it up SECOND BEAR POINT Thjs is an internet company but they are sending out paper catalogues Brochures which are 40pages - one arrived today -cost £5 a pop id imagine to print and post to people ex list broker charges THIRD BEAR POINT Under Distance selling regulations, SOS have to pay postage on returns The seller's terms and conditions or returns policy should state who pays the cost of returning an item. If they don't state this, then the seller has to cover the cost. In this case, you're entitled to a refund of the total amount you paid, including costs to ship the item to you, and the fee to return the item. No admin or restocking fees should be charged. A £200k burn a month wont carry it far Placing within 12 months or accounts will be qualified Going sub 10p this week
lucicavi
08/4/2018
11:47
I will qualify what I said above - I'm no accountant and don't wish to mislead. In the "Current Assets" of the interim results it states inventories £473,000. I assume that was the amount of stock held on that date.
mauricemonkey
08/4/2018
11:47
What you are forgetting is that stock level was wafer thin they will need to increase this which will eat cash FIRST BEAR POINT They need to carry a lot of stock to manage all the 60% returns and sizes and ranges, there are already 1,000 SKUs Do you know what a SKU is - look it up SECOND BEAR POINT Thjs is an internet company but they are sending out paper catalogues Brochures which are 40pages - one arrived today -cost £5 a pop id imagine to print and post to people ex list broker charges THIRD BEAR POINT Under Distance selling regulations, SOS have to pay postage on returns The seller's terms and conditions or returns policy should state who pays the cost of returning an item. If they don't state this, then the seller has to cover the cost. In this case, you're entitled to a refund of the total amount you paid, including costs to ship the item to you, and the fee to return the item. No admin or restocking fees should be charged. A £200k burn a month wont carry it far Placing within 12 months or accounts will be qualified
lucicavi
07/4/2018
16:31
PP, @587 Filtering bears is the preserve of zealots & BBMs in love with companies - see QPP, CTAG, & UKOG amongst many others. Why don't you address his points & if you can, refute them?
bbmsionlypostafter
07/4/2018
13:51
Each return must cost it: send out dress next day £12 pick up dress on return £12 inspect clean up dress say £3 cost of brochure £5 £32 on a return Ouch!
lucicavi
07/4/2018
13:48
What nonsense! You clearly have an agenda. Goodbye. PP.
paulypilot
07/4/2018
13:35
What you are forgetting is that stock level was wafer thin they will need to increase this which will eat cash FIRST BEAR POINT They need to carry a lot of stock to manage all the 60% returns and sizes and ranges, there are already 1,000 SKUs Do you know what a SKU is - look it up SECOND BEAR POINT Thjs is an internet company but they are sending out paper catalogues Brochures which are 40pages - one arrived today -cost £5 a pop id imagine to print and post to people ex list broker charges THIRD BEAR POINT Under Distance selling regulations, SOS have to pay postage on returns The seller's terms and conditions or returns policy should state who pays the cost of returning an item. If they don't state this, then the seller has to cover the cost. In this case, you're entitled to a refund of the total amount you paid, including costs to ship the item to you, and the fee to return the item. No admin or restocking fees should be charged. A £200k burn a month wont carry it far Placing within 12 months or accounts will be qualified
lucicavi
07/4/2018
12:52
ya ya dada (Hey hey hey) Cash running out A placing coming soon sub 10p as it heads to 0p Chart says this is another KOOV look at KOOV and SOS chart
lucicavi
07/4/2018
12:45
Sosandar is very early stage, so it won't appeal to most investors. I'm backing management, and the concept, both of which I think are excellent. Only time will tell if it turns into a viable business. There's plenty of cash - for 2018 & 2019. Let's meet again in 2 years' time, to see how things pan out. It's pointless discussing the figures at this stage, as it's all about the ability to grow (or not). Relax! You either like it, or you don't. The share price and other peoples' opinions don't matter to me at all. Regards, Paul.
paulypilot
06/4/2018
09:33
sp falling lately on bad news
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