Whereas O'Leary's pay package increases I notice the cabin package size decreases. It is significantly smaller than Easyjet's cabin bag allowance. They still insist on splitting up families in single seats all over the plane unless you cough up to purchase seats together. Ryanair still trying to rip off paying customers through hidden costs I see. I will choose Easyjet from now on for my flights. Any news from BBC Watchdog lately?
TCG going into administration is good news for Easyjet and Ryanair who will be paid to return passengers home and also benefit from holiday business as people will be booking with them in future as they're more reliable than TCG. And when customers experience the smaller cabin bags and check in chaos of Ryanair Easyjet will be the long run winner.
WARNING : January 2014 the SP was 2590. I know coz I sold them then. Been in and out since then ... buy low sell high, etc. Days of £36 long gone. Historically they're on a 5 year downturn. They are still overpriced right now and 2000p would be fair price for a company who can't grow LFL sales. I will dip back in at that level. No, it doesn't make sense to open new stores - the initial risky overheads are massive and then you're into a cycle of declining LFL sales. Also online clothing retail is predicted to double in next 5 years . Go figure ... Primark will be left with a load of empty units.
LFL sales are down. It's a worrying sign when customers no longer want your £2 T shirts, £5 jeans and £10 jackets. Fashion is all about brands and the young feeling/looking cool. Primark's been in decline for a few years now ... can't keep opening new stores when LFL is in decline - just doesn't make sense. SP is under pressure and will go down more IMO.
current rise is just the beginning05 Sep 2019 11:49
This current rise is just the beginning. Plenty of buyers still coming in today at 280 hoovering up the sellers. When results in detail out on 25th and the press and more brokers start taking notice these will be sailing way past 350p.
I use chrome spicey - never had an issue. btw , rise in BOO is promising - with trading update due in Sept, new employee share scheme to boost morale and efficiency, new warehouses on full stream and all those extra Love Island and heatwave summer sales. SP to get to 270p in Spetember I reckon.
Great news. Long term suffering holder here. I will not sell. These are still well under-valued and I'm waiting for a return to fair value above 200p. It may take a while but in the meantime I'll bank my 6% yield and eventually we'll get there one way or another. This is the start of the turnaround. Bye bye Bears.
Excellent company. Lots of demand for houses. Good hedge against Brexit uncertainties. Big divvies to come next month. Going to £42 and beyond. Buy now , set a movable stop loss and enjoy the money coming in.
Viewing figures are up this year and it's been a good watchable season. About to launch twice a year. BOO adverts getting regular exposure to 6M + viewers. BOOs costs of marketing will have been paid months ago so they're effectively getting "free" extra sales. Hot weather and school holidays provide more tailwinds. I'm well in profit but will wait to see 270p by next results announcement.