Sold out in March at £54.51. Wondering if it's nearly time to come back in or will they go below £20?
many analysts are worried of the non capitalisation of being first to market, ASOS need to pull their fingers out now and start to reposition themselves as a dual offerer high end merchandise within the site and also low pricing their site is not as clean as it was once and they are reliant on third party distribution sites in china, they must now capitalise with huge market spends for next 2 years to become the go to online store, if they are really clever they may also invest in the high street ? yes the high street this will give them both a marketing resource i.e name on the high street and also provide a lifestyle destination to stay cool and funky (primani as an example)
yes short the airlines
With the latest BBC news this morning stating: Iceland's authorities have evacuated an area close to the country's Bardarbunga volcano over fears it could erupt.....Does anyone have a view about how this and other online only retailers that are dependent on sales overseas will fare if an ash cloud closes down our airspace for a week or more?
I have that's why I'm concerned ! Since I've bought back in it's went lower and lower,, nerve and patients comes to mind here,, have the faith
Hi guys. I've been watching this share price for quite a while and although I'm not a great fan of companies outside FTSE100 several caught my attention. Question to current share holders... why don't you consider topping up at this level?
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