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SUP Supreme Plc

130.00
0.50 (0.39%)
Last Updated: 08:00:21
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Supreme Plc LSE:SUP London Ordinary Share GB00BDT89C08 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 0.39% 130.00 128.00 132.00 130.25 130.00 130.00 13,568 08:00:21
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Household Appliance Stores 155.61M 11.97M 0.1020 12.75 152.53M
Supreme Plc is listed in the Household Appliance Stores sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SUP. The last closing price for Supreme was 129.50p. Over the last year, Supreme shares have traded in a share price range of 87.50p to 142.75p.

Supreme currently has 117,333,835 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Supreme is £152.53 million. Supreme has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 12.75.

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20/5/2024
11:53
Supreme features in my newsletter here:

hxxps://newsletter.buythebullmarket.com/p/cheapest-stock-market

shiftingsharesdotcom
18/5/2024
20:57
I'm definitely seeing more shelf space dedicated to velo and Nordic in the UK. I can't remember if Sandy mentioned getting into pouches on the last update? Feels like it will be a v fast growing product line
actscap
18/5/2024
20:55
Interesting article re. Pouches in the US Zyn, a hit nicotine pouch made by Philip Morris International Inc., is out of stock with with multiple retailers who ship nationwide, and some wholesalers are also reporting they're having difficulty getting the producthttps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2024-05-17/zyn-shortage-nicotine-pouches-out-of-stock-in-several-us-states?utm_source=website&utm_medium=share&utm_campaign=copy
actscap
17/5/2024
20:20
This looks like a pull back to previous resistance, so hopefully this now becomes support, good volume day too. I've added.
texaspete2
17/5/2024
13:38
150p incoming Weak holders gone new money coming in
basem1
17/5/2024
08:24
Yes, valued like a tobacco stock due to regulatory risk but a much better business.

Tobacco is in decline. Taxes will see to that in the west but in emerging markets they have a more robust and longer term business.

In the west it's a dying industry that needs to diversify into NGP's and meanwhile they have to manage all the lawsuits.

Compare that to SUP which has no legacy/liability business like that. It has a vertically integrated platform that manages multiple sectors well - batteries, lighting, health (vits and supps) and vaping.

SUP have something that is very attractive to big tobacco - multiple vape brands and tens of thousands of loyal customers. Big tobacco has lots of money and needs to diversify into NGP's.

The vape sector is growing so quickly and we've just navigated the most recent regulatory risk.

The next risk is of course a Labour government who will arrive EOY 2024 and will maybe want a battle with vapers. But Labour will want/need the tax revenues and they won't want to annoy millions of voters, so they won't be able to do that much.

At a FPE of around 7 and with 3.5% divi yield I think SUP is a good long term bet.

gb904150
17/5/2024
08:09
Yes and a clear difference here is that SUP's guidance / market comms is excellent so the data is available to be able to back out an ex-vape P&L. Sentiment is against them at the moment but that will turn.

Investing in a company when sentiment is awful can lead to great returns

adamb1978
16/5/2024
22:09
This is being rated (valued) like a tobacco company (bat, imp). Pe ratios the same. Must be regulatory risk that is a constant drag here. But it shouldn't be rated like that as only part of the business is vape!
simmsc
15/5/2024
14:09
Buy back finished ?
s34icknote
15/5/2024
11:55
You would have to be pretty desperate to sell now given what you could have sold for this last fortnight
basem1
15/5/2024
11:53
Have the wheels fallen off Thought I was taking a chance selling at 135.65 on Monday
basem1
14/5/2024
21:58
Maybe small read across from Luceco today for Supremes lighting business.... Luceco has performed strongly in the first quarter of the year and we are trading comfortably in line with expectations. Key industry metrics are starting to suggest more favourable conditions, and this provides optimism for the second half of the year.
texaspete2
06/5/2024
22:02
Totally agree Superb prospect
robbnw
03/5/2024
10:17
Eps about 20p ?
s34icknote
03/5/2024
09:53
Interesting that all of a sudden this one is in demand. Seems like there's a solid buyer.
gb904150
03/5/2024
08:47
No need to sell here this is going much higher Buy the dips
basem1
03/5/2024
08:10
Should be a clear run to around the 153 level and then a small pullback Based on the 3 year chart
basem1
02/5/2024
18:13
Looks poised to break out !!!
s34icknote
02/5/2024
17:55
It's a bank holiday Monday 6th
scubadiverr
02/5/2024
17:30
If closes at or above 137 on Tuesday 7th it will be 2 year high

Oops. Thanks scubadiverr - corrected.

sharw
02/5/2024
17:03
Nice breakout! New 52w high ??
cheaky monkey
29/4/2024
12:50
The dominant shareholder here isnt an issue for me. He's not close to the 75% level whereby he could acquire the company on the cheap by being able to force through special resolutions etc, and if he wants to pay a fair price for the company and take it private, I'm happy to sell him my shares.

In the meantime, his interest and mine should be broadly aligned

adamb1978
29/4/2024
12:36
Aishah,

Several academic studies have found a positive correlation specifically between founder ownership and equity returns or operating performance metrics for smaller public companies across various markets. The effect tends to be more pronounced for small versus large caps.

Founders with large shareholders are statistically better as investments because companies where founders retain a significant ownership stake tend to have better share price performance on average. This is because founders' interests are more aligned with outside shareholders when they have "skin in the game."

Founders with large equity stakes tend to take a longer-term view in decision making versus professional managers. This can benefit share prices over multi-year periods.

For relatively small market capitalisation companies, the correlation between high founder ownership and better share price performance seems to be stronger based on available research.

For example:

carcosa
29/4/2024
12:13
The issue here is a dominant shareholder which is probably why there's some reluctance to invest inspite of very good results.
aishah
29/4/2024
11:25
In summary:
Supreme CEO Sandy Chadha discusses the company’s strong financial performance, future prospects, and industry trends in a Q&A session.

Highlights:
- Supreme’s adjusted EBITDA nearly doubled to £38 million, with sales up 44% to £225 million.

- Despite regulatory uncertainty, demand in the vaping industry remains robust, with a shift towards pod systems anticipated after the ban on disposable vapes in April.

- Higher margins are expected with reusable vape cartridges, with plans to manufacture them in the UK.

- Supreme is in a net cash position, considering options like dividends, share buybacks, or strategic acquisitions to utilise cash (preferred option).

- The company’s other divisions, including batteries, lighting, and sports nutrition, are performing well, positioning Supreme for continued growth.

Anyone else thought the VOX video opening/closing sequence, including music, was a version from Proactive Investors?

carcosa
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