Feel very positive about Hotel Chocolat, I believe its a very strong brand with a very dedicated and driven CEO. You only need to go into the respective store to identify the difference between them and Thorntons.
Strong performance during lockdown is only going to be enhanced by the reopening of the economy and the resulting inevitable spend on self indulgent luxury goods.
RE: Warner Media and Disney will stream movies to their own platforms. Look at all the other major studi06 Dec 2020 09:59
The market definitely overreacted but it doesn't seem to like Cine as there are too many people betting against it. Momentum on this share can shift sooo quickly. Generally takes an ages to rise and seconds to drop.
RE: Can't see this week being too positive06 Dec 2020 09:57
This is an interesting one. If agreement can be made for brexit and there is confirmation of vaccine role then you could see a rise.
I think these articles and comments about brexit deal not being agreed is bluster, there is a reason Dominic Cummings was kicked out of No.10 and that was so an agreement could be met.
I don't know about anyone else but I feel battered and bruised by this share. I got absolutely destroyed by a stop loss I had placed which sold all my shares for 59p on Friday opening. I had place it at 70p so I could bank some profit. I had an average if 46 but it was annoying as market opened in 60s so immediately lost out on a bit of profit. Not sure why there was a disparity there!?
Its frustrating as I was making a 12k paper loss a few months ago and managed to hold my nerve but when your profit it is under threat its harder to hold.
I bought back but couldn't get as many shares as I had before (still a decent chunk of 40k).
I suppose its a valuable lesson, stop losses are clearly dangerous. I've been trading successfully for years but I generally trade one or two shares at a time when I see opportunity for real profit and never used a stop loss before.
Absolutely, to someone who has been on the Cine rollercoaster for some time they feel a little nieve. Dont forget that Cine, for the most part, seems disconnected from market sentiment . I assume this is down to the high level of shorters but don't actually know why.
This share is completely disconnected from reality. Months on this emotional rollercoaster has left me very frustrated and fed up. I'm still in profit, have been since £ 0.46 but this share should be flying...
I think it think it still will go to 60-70s this week, why wouldn't it? We've just received the best news since lockdown 1 and it its only mid 50s. We saw far greater spikes earlier in the year on news which was a lot less significant. The share price is being manipulated by the old boys club.
Anyone else noticed that certain people only believe the negative press and when there is positive press they argue against it?
I ask these people whether you ever think the timing of press releases are significant or not? Even LTH know what ALL options have been on the table for some time, admittedly some will be more palatable than others, so why publish this fact at the times they have ? I've been in this share for a many months and never have I been more convinced of the possibility of a share price being manipulated. Positive news is generally immediate followed up by articles reiteratiing the same old arguments, we're in 6bn of debt, we need the debt waivers, the future if cinema is dead, 'x' film is going striaght to streaming etc etc.
The last couple of days of press releases and news have been the most positive for cine in a long time, that is irrefutable. Please just let us LTH bask in the moment.