I wrote an article back in March bout the importance of the pareto principle in business and that 'i trust the views and instincts of founders/co-founders inherently much more than chairman with historic general experience but massively less skin in the game'. Since that article - which was primarily centred on boohoo (BOO) shares in the online fashion company have done rather well, showing that the co-founder's focus and elbows out manner has been very helpful for shareholders. But what about the other company mentioned in that article, Superdry (SDRY)?
Following a more than 20% share price fall to 800p on a trading update last month, shares in fashion company Superdry (SDRY) are currently more than 6% lower and below that price today on the back of a “Pre-Close Trading Statement”…
Tom mentioned clothing retailer Superdry (SDRY) in a bearcast just under a week ago and highlighted the recent profits warning, which was based on warm weather hitting sales of fleeces and the like. The shares are down at five plus year lows and this is starting to have an impact...on the rhetoric from one of the founders. I was amused to read in an article in the deadwood press earlier today that:
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