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Share Price: 233.80Bid: 234.10Ask: 234.50Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Boohoo
Spread: 0.40Spread as %: 0.17%Open: 234.60High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 233.80


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thechancers
Posts: 4,257
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:235.00
RE: Waiting for an entry
Fri 12:28
Streets36, I am in the same boat, I would never deramp this company not that i do deramp any companies BUT like you, i have my target price of under £2
IMO I dont believe their is much meat left on this bone short term or at least till the next lot of results and i will make my mind up if to take a chance or not but a 10% rise from here will take you to approx 260 and regards risk to reward, Maybe its just not worth it with better shares on aim if your after a good buck for your money.

So good look to all you long term holders, Great company and you will do well
 
Voltaire21
Posts: 128
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:234.60
Who next
Fri 10:25
Boris? Not sure he'll get the support to fix this mess. Doubt many youngsters who buy from Boo will care.
streets36
Posts: 144
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:236.40
Waiting for an entry
Fri 09:17
Isn't it amazing how stable this share has been with no Short Sellers or at least ones with large holdings. Just goes to show that they are the cause sometimes and not the symptoms. I wonder which ones got burnt in the end with the rise post results.

Still looking for a good entry, which i think will still be nearer to £2.00. All of this Political instability and the low summer volumes may provide this.
Voltaire21
Posts: 128
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:235.90
RE: where are you
Fri 09:05
Yes me to, I'm holding tight. Trumps up for election next year so will want a trade deal with China soon. As for Brexit, a general election with a conservative/ Brexit party coalition. Can but hopeful be. Can't think of a Labour/ SNP government, I'm selling up and getting a little rubber boat over to France.
sm1tster
Posts: 66
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:234.60
RE: where are you
Fri 08:05
Nope, waiting patiently for Mr Lyttle to get his £50m and myself a somewhat smaller amount ;-)
spicey
Posts: 354
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:233.70
where are you
Thu 19:01
Not many posts on here have you all sold out on boo?
spicey
Posts: 354
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:233.70
shares
Thu 17:20
Could be last week to top-up at a bargain price
grammakid
Posts: 200
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:239.70
RNS
Thu 07:14
Posting of the Annual Report and Accounts and AGM Notice

boohoo group plc is pleased to confirm that its Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 28 February 2019, and its Notice of Annual General Meeting and Proxy Card have now been posted to shareholders.

The Notice of Annual General Meeting contains a resolution to seek authorisation to buy back up to 10% of issued share capital. This is conditional on independent shareholders approving a whitewash resolution pursuant to Rule 9 of the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.

The Company's Annual General Meeting for the year ended 28 February 2019 will be held at TLT LLP, 3 Hardman Square, Manchester M3 3EB, at 2.00 pm on 21 June 2019.
Zebudee
Posts: 96
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:239.00
RE: On Line retailers sales tax.
Tue 18:47
The links where interesting, I thought councils dictated business rates but clearly its the govenrment. Theres also the rents, like Red Hot Buffet in Nottingham it was in the news that the council kept increasing rent. In the end the owner paked up shop. If you rent and the rent gets extortionate then in the end it doesnt make sense. These councils should stop paying fat cat staff stupid undeserved high wages, pay rises etc. The money they get has to come from somewhere, that means unreasonable increased costs paid by the public.
Zebudee
Posts: 96
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:239.00
RE: On Line retailers sales tax.
Tue 18:35
Chears for that. Im going to have a look. ii are not worth the money. The last message they emailed, said they have made it more secure. In my opinion theyve made it less secure. Before you had to use some characters for trading, now if someone gains access to your account (like hackers) they dont need to even try and guess what characters they need to trade. Also, the message they emailed was worded to say they extra they were charging me on my account was better for me.
Hate ii full of ****
Simon19
Posts: 76
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:241.10
RE: On Line retailers sales tax.
17 May '19
Zebudee,

I am in the same boat with you regarding ii...

I have two brokers insight... X-O(By Jarvis) and iweb(By Halifax.
Both of these brokers do not charge a monthly/quartely/yearly fee, or have inactivity fee.
X-O flat trade fee is £5.95, iweb flat trade fee is £5...

Both were recommended to me by multiple users here... I want to transfer my interactive investor account before June 1st as thats when the new service plan starts.

ii are useless, the website is also very buggy since that "Upgrade" they done.

Only good thing about ii is that its free to exit them and go elsewhere(for now atleast lol)
spicey
Posts: 354
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:244.90
Nice rise today
16 May '19
My booby;s are getting bigger. Yipee
mick-b
Posts: 8,478
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:244.90
RE: On Line retailers sales tax.
16 May '19
Business rates are set by central Government, while local Government does the billing/collection
https://www.politics.co.uk/reference/business-rates
I use selftrade who cover everything
https://selftrade.co.uk/informational/investing-with-us/why-selftrade/why-selftrade-home
Zebudee
Posts: 96
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:244.90
RE: On Line retailers sales tax.
16 May '19
They fail to see the real issue thats killing the high street. Its those w*********... councils money grabbers, they want the money of those poor businesses and don't care if they make them bankrupt.. If business rates are bankrupting businesses then its plainly simple that the business rates are the problem. They need to cut business rates, but that might mean those fat cats earning hundreds of thousands will have to take a pay cut and theres no chance of that.

Also, its p-ing me off that interactive invester are upping their charges on my account thats just an execution only nominee account. Also, their stop loss doesnt work properly. Doesnt sell at the threshould set. Anyone know any decent stockbrockers.
Gotmiester
Posts: 56
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:242.20
On Line retailers sales tax.
14 May '19
Saw in the gutter press that the CEO of Tesco is trying to resurect that old chestnut of On Line retailers paying a sales tax to subsidize bricks and mortar business rates.You couldn't make this shit up,the arrogance of these feckers.My advice to him is make your company more efficient icrease your sales and make inroads to the cost of those sales.That was the same company who recently closed their online business down.Another financial pundit was babbling on that Boo and Asos may be affected by the trade war between the USA and China.I,'m sure that the 18 to 24 year Boo customers arefaithfully following the garbage spouted by these half wits.Between time on Facebook,Snap Chat, twitter and the likes I'm sure the young girls and boys will discuss nothing else than the trade war.Did a bit of research between us my wife and I have about 16 nephews and nieces who got the Boo profile.I asked them what they thought of the USA/China trade war,11 of them didn't even know that there was one.The prosecution rests.
Uncle_Doug
Posts: 103
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:239.40
sub 240
14 May '19
I'm noticing low volumes on down days and high volume on up days. Every time this drops below 240p the sold shares are very quickly swallowed up and the SP goes back above 240. New CEO, new warehouse, rec from IC. All very positive signals and I think days of under 240 will be few and far between. This will reach 250 by end of month and form the start of a new trading range to 290.
mick-b
Posts: 8,478
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:243.50
In todays IC - the Co's in AIM 100
10 May '19
The 6th largest is BOO
THE INVESTORS CHRONICLE states......

6. Boohoo

Online fashion retailer Boohoo’s (BOO) growth has been impressive in recent times, with its latest update bringing the shares to within striking distance of their all-time high of 266p, reached in June 2017. Its recent success has been down to the growth of PrettyLittleThing, which management says has grown faster than any other brand it has ever seen. However, as PrettyLittleThing’s growth begins to cool – as it must in the fickle world of fashion – the question is where the growth will come from next.

Management is still refraining from introducing a dividend payment, preferring to invest heavily in growth. It plans to do this through both external acquisitions and investment in growing existing brands organically. Thankfully, the group’s highly cash-generative business model – which more than doubled free cash flow to £65.1m in the latest update – gives it the firepower to do so. We worry high expectations will lead to a share price fall if growth slows, but for now, the offering remains compelling. Buy. TD
spicey
Posts: 354
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:243.50
good news for BOO ?
10 May '19
High st. fashion chain Select ….that targets 18----35 year olds has gone into administration
sm1tster
Posts: 66
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:243.80
RE: Still not ready
10 May '19
I preferred it when I could buy and sell at will, without having to get authorization for everything.......
Used to make a lot more money.
Such is life.
Laughton
Posts: 754
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:244.50
RE: Still not ready
10 May '19
Nothing wrong with being an "investor" rather than a "trader".
sm1tster
Posts: 66
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:243.90
RE: Still not ready
10 May '19
It can only be a good sign.
I kind of agree with you about the pattern repeating, but if you go a bit further back it does not apply.
I'm hanging in to see if Lyttle can get anywhere near his target over next few years.
Unfortunately my job does not allow me to chop in and out so I have to trade over a longer term plan.
streets36
Posts: 144
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:243.60
Still not ready
9 May '19
Amazed at how resilient this share is at the moment. Morning drops then a rise to close and all against the back drop of Trade Wars.

However, I am still not ready to jump back in. I have no doubt that Hedge Funds are waiting to pick their moment.

Any slightly negative or ambiguous comments in the June update will reverse this. Brexit is going to come back into focus.

Don't want to sound like Guru, but there is no reason why the pattern won't repeat. You can end up buying in and watching a daily slide for months, which I will avoid this time.
mick-b
Posts: 8,478
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:243.20
RE: TreeShake
8 May '19
STILL no shorts since April 24th........The update was on the 25th
https://shorttracker.co.uk/company/JE00BG6L7297/
spicey
Posts: 354
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:243.20
share price
8 May '19
I bailed out last week at 2-43 .but looks like I will need to get back in soon (just over 4 weeks till next update .I think the sp will do really well on the 12th .could see 2-60 plus
thechancers
Posts: 4,257
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:243.60
RE: So Quiet
8 May '19
Hi WackWack, I am not holding at the moment, but feel like part of the family, Like some others, We are hoping to get back in a little bit lower, But what is great, None of us are trying to deramp, What happens will happen.

GLA




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