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Hi wolf, hope that you had a great Xmas. I sold my Ted @126p and made about £5k profit then I bought them back a week before Christmas @123.6p. I think I might have got the wrong re-entry point. Should be a bit more patient and bought @110p but the chance of a renounce to 140's is still very likely. So, I got to be a bit more patient hey?........lol
Well, at least the Brexit talk ended with a deal although the transition will be painfully long. We were told that businesses with the EU will not go quite as smoothly for now or from now on but it's better than a no deal hey?
As for the covid-19, it has gone from bad to worse. Now the French also has got the new strain. Probably it will be those countries neighbouring France's turn to close their borders. There just seems no end to this mess! Maybe we have to brace ourselves when the markets open again on Tuesday morning.
Right now, the sure winner is bitcoin. Last month, it was still only $16+k and this morning it has gone up to almost $25k($24,750 to be exact). I guess many shorters must have their fingers burnt badly......lol
Hi Jim New To investing also, and have TED in my wee portfolio in at 119p this week, after it taking a fall few weeks back from 140p mark. I can easily see you getting to 140p very quickly so I wouldn't worry to much about it, I am in for the long term with this one, 3 years ago £30 mark a share but since then allots changed and TED is in need of new direction but I am confident of the brand and its potential.
Hope all well and enjoying a seasonal break I'm just wondering what we might hope to see when the market re-opens ? I'm holding TED with a big stake ( for me ) and need it to hit 140 to get out in front To optimistic do you think ? Thinking about buying in again...but worried about 'falling knife' scenario I'm realatively new to trading and would appreciate (( sensible ) ( AND OR )( humourous )) replies Kind regards Jim
Now again on this damp monday morning...and sticking with the HHGTTG anecdotes ( for those that know ) the words 'don't panic' in bright red letters on the front cover...the style soon settles down...and predictions this morning are 'mostly harmless' with a minimal slide of 1/2 Percent...looking at recent volumes it looks like the more 'skittish' investors have already left us...so a quiet day perhaps ? Kind regards The Original Jimster
I'm thinking its s good thing the volume is low at the moment. Monday will be volatile again with the latest half measures for covid 19 causing concerns elsewhere... Here in our quiet backwater we can adjust to recent news and politely welcome new investor's to this quality brand...kind regards...the jimbo
I believe the stalled SP has a lot to do with the situation of the covid-19 and that bloody Brexit talk uncertainties rather than the markets' influence nor the poor interim results. If one or both of the above mentioned issues were solved then the SP will head north once again quickly.
I managed to buy more on the silly drop this morning, more to do with filling a buy order imo than anything else. Online presence strong. Street presence sales will start increasing as public comes out with greater confidence. Cash balance is very good.. and BoD have severely decreased cash burn. Sit back and relax... this will get higher in a few sessions. I don't expect back to pre-covid sp of 400p but I do see 150-200p as sales, especially with online presence increases...especially through and after Christmas!
I suspect you are right, I'm mostly miffed that this swing has turned a healthy profit in a massive loss - however I'm going to hold for at least the next 6 months and we've seen plenty of swings like this over the last 6.
Well I just topped up some more... best to take advantage here, should be nowhere this low, well well overdone. Enough cash plus positive future guidance, especially with an online focus/presence.
" ECommerce sales up 41.8% (up 41.1% in constant currency) to £74.2m, supported by continued investment in our digital business and significant improvements to our customer journey. Growth in our directly operated eCommerce channels of 56%."
I dont really understand the price drop here. I really was thinking 150 was possible post results given the positive cash situation - they believe they have the funds to see it through to the other side of the pandemic so it feels like a good medium term holding. Down sharply again this morning.
I feel like cash generation is key here and therefore the results are actually really positive, If it was the other way round and it was the case that sales weren’t down much but burning cash that would have been far more concerning in my eyes.
Given the cash generation this just seems like a solid covid recovery play, once the vaccine is here this should recover further and who knows may have picked up some additional e-commerce customers and the investment in that area is certainly a good move.
It has risen quickly but then again what hasn’t through this vaccine news, luckily I sold some when it was up this morning but not all. If it drops much further I’ll be topping up more to hold longer term.
As you say Knowbodyyouknow, the foundations are there.. and tbh I'm more interested because of their online sales focus. I was also in BWNG, and would still be in if they didn't have the awkward placing, but awarded an allocation of shares through the placing which is still less than current sp...BUT the focus over there was also streamlined towards online sales and it's now the backbone of the company so to speak. I see the same here with TED, the drop was overdone and if anything should climb back to 125p as a base before climbing further. As I said before Christmas is just round the corner and we're looking at a good sales forecast for the period.