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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sosandar Plc 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
  0.00 0.0% 24.00 23.50 24.50 24.00 24.00 24.00 74,920 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 4.4 -3.5 -3.2 - 40

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05/6/2021
08:24
There appears to be a resident troll on this thread !
masurenguy
05/6/2021
05:34
Still discounting product.
glavey
04/6/2021
12:47
Took an opening position here this morning.
masurenguy
03/6/2021
17:14
Yes I watched that, and agree re sales through secondary websites. Now we have Lombard with a large increase in stake from 7 to 10%. Interesting.
site manager
03/6/2021
09:18
Paul Scott mentions Sosandar (SOS) at 14m29s in the latest piworld Interview. Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2021/06/03/piworld-interview-paul-scott-june-2021-update/ Or listen to the podcast Here: hxxps://piworld.podbean.com/e/piworld-interview-paul-scott-june-2021-update/
tomps2
25/5/2021
14:16
Nice volume on an up day...Good news...also encouraging that stock is up on a share issue which is first time here..this really tells me that the market is finally getting confidence in its business model...people need to get on-board
montynj
25/5/2021
12:07
That should see them through until January with a bit of luck.
glavey
25/5/2021
11:17
No discount either.
dietcoke197
25/5/2021
10:25
I've only just seen that I missed a cash call! A bit peeved, as I'd definitely have subscribed based on the reasoning for raising funds. Its got to be a positive that the funds are going towards increased product requirement for third party sellers. I'm thinking that Autumn/winter turnover estimates will be ratcheted higher and the route to profitability being brought forward.
bg23
24/5/2021
17:05
Wakey wakey
johnyee 7
06/5/2021
09:23
Found support at 20p previous resistance
montynj
21/4/2021
11:24
Personal Marker 22/23p - To watch list
pugugly
15/4/2021
11:15
looking at the numbers Apad put out yesterday, Singer are looking for '22 revenue of £23m. based on a share price of £0.24 that's a market cap of approximately twice forecast sales. q. I am not sure how that compares, but is it a realistic, low or high number when compared? q. is it relevant at this stage of their development? I remember Paul Scott was very keen on these some years ago. Is he still? I'm happy to hold either way based on their growth and the story and whilst a competitive space, there's always room for a well managed efficient operator, which I think this is.
bg23
15/4/2021
10:42
Sosandar has maintained its 20% rise. A lot of trades going through, so I guess there is quite a bit more interest in the company than I had assumed. This rise has made it my fifth largest holding. My new way of looking at the company is that management now has a choice between carrying on conservatively or raising money in the market to grow the company more. Given their achievements through difficult times in a competitive industry littered with failures I am happy to back them either way. GLA apad
apad
15/4/2021
06:21
we may be seeing the start of a repeat of the chart from summer 2018
photon
14/4/2021
12:54
Strangely indifferent response yesterday, very keen today.
bg23
14/4/2021
09:29
Year revenue Costs EBITDA 2020 9 17 -8 2021 12 15 -3 2022 estimates apad 18 16 2 Scott 18 18 0 Singer 23 24 -1 This was the company's answer in the presentation. - Plans for new Cash Raises, Equity and / or Debt? "Since July last year they've burnt £400k, mentions N + 1 Singer forecasts, doesn't expect any raises of funds either by debt or equity. Not set in stone but they don't think to raise.” Looks to me like the Scott forecast is sitting on the fence regarding expenditure, but the Singer forecast is assuming a cash raise. However, there may be a political perspective - something for the company to announce that it has beaten. If the M&S deal is as good as is promised they could get (well?) over a 50% revenue increase without a cash raise. We are moving into peak season. apad
apad
14/4/2021
08:08
Great looking chart after breakout yesterday...Next target is 30p...I bought in
montynj
13/4/2021
13:08
sdmbot thanks for publishing your notes. I like their Q&A focus for future rns'. I find the broker forecast amusing (missed the numbers while I was listening). They are reporting a doubling of revenue and a flat EBITDA. The only way to explain this would be that they will ramp up their advertising again, but the tenor of the presentation suggests a more cautious continuation of their current processes. Email is the most effective promotion technique by far and Sosandar's emails are superb. What's your opinion? apad
apad
13/4/2021
12:00
Webinar Notes: hxxps://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6950446620928888848 FD Highlights: - Revenue £12.2M ye March 2021 (up 35% comp with 2020) ebitda loss reduced by over 60% (I think last year loss was £4.6M - which implies a loss this year of ~ £1.8M) - Gross Margin 48% - Net cash as of 31st of March 2021 £3.9M - Careful cost management and efficiency in particular marketing - Good revenue from John Lewis and Next which has continued to improve - So far so good revenue from M&S - N + 1 Singer appointed NOMAD & Broker. - Above today and starts research and anal cysts forecasts, repeated by the finance director in the call: - Revenue for ye March 2022 of £23.0M ebitda loss of £1.4M - Revenue for ye March 2023 of £34.5M ebitda profit of £1.2M - Analyst forecasts not companies (but confusingly stated by the FD) Questions - Strong trading in April more for the summer (short sleeved dresses, beach-ware). - Margins going forward? Feb & March, margin has increased (March GP Margin 54%) Thinks that will continue into the year - Range Updates? Increased range and mix of products (more equitable!??) now in all categories except lingerie. Summer ranges are bigger than last year, and planning to sell well. 6 month lead time from planning to sales. - 3rd party vs direct Sosandar sales? Currently 10% of sales from 3rd parties, aspirationally see that percent growing, (Next, M&S, John Lewis), see other intl. third parties for Intl Sales. 3rd party sales are immediately profitable. - Intl Sales? Likely to be done through 3rd Parties as it is a cheaper way of marketing internationally. At least initially. Economics can be challenging need to register companies and sales tax entities etc. 3rd party Market places are a good way of testing the water. - Current Marketing Strategies? From Sep-Dec 2020, then from Feb 2021: TV Ads, Brochures and Social mix between these channels work well + email to encourage existing customers and convert prospects. - Plans for new Cash Raises, Equity and / or Debt? Since July last year they've burnt £400k, mentions N + 1 Singer forecasts doesn't expect any raises of funds either by debt or equity. Not set in stone but they don't think to raise. Mentions research tree. - Return rate increase from 43%? Yes, but not to 50%, probably less. 43% was a blended average over the year, final quarter was less than that. Depends on category mix. - Bricks and Mortar? Never say never, but probably not. - Adversely affected by reopening of fashion shops? No, last year they weren't predicts that this year they won't be. Closing remarks: - Generally upbeat, difficult year, team have done very well, mentions Ali. - Amazing what inveterate shoppers women are: buy clothes even when they have every reason not to, pride of the nation etc. - Business in very strong position regardless of pandemic going into the future.
sdmbot
13/4/2021
10:53
Glavey No, I just have a love for NY Bitcoin just powered through the old ATH, stay long Cryptos imo
ny boy
13/4/2021
10:40
No interest on the Bulletin Boards about Sosandar and very little traded. I'm a few bob up on my trade this morning. I guess it needs a Paul Scott comment before it registers on PI radar and there is not enough free float to interest the institutions not on board from past placings. My opinion is that EBITDA profitability is now a certainty in 2021 and they wont need to raise funds. M&S sales are only just starting "The Company has just launched with Marks & Spencer, where the initial product range has been incredibly well received by the M&S customer with many styles selling out and being quickly replenished in the first week of trading." apad
apad
13/4/2021
08:46
Your location? Origin? Other? (Just wonderin')
glavey
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