Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Happy Birthday to the Mrs & Guardian reading sister N - where does the bailout madness stop?
MediaZest – argues “cost cutting measures to help secure the long term future of the group”. Will they?...
Letter to Marcus Stuttard at AIM Regulation – Ref Conroy Gold & Natural Resources blatant rule breaches
Nothing to particularly excite in today's regulatory news disclosure crop. You know my bearish thoughts on Ted Baker (TED) and since I concluded in that piece that it was 'in short, a business still searching for a workable and profitable strategy', the shares have halved again, aided by today's profit warning and booting out of the Chair and the CEO. I reckon the pre and post Christmas sales in its shops may sport a bargain or two. By contrast, Watches of Switzerland (WOSG) is a stock that continues to perplex me…
A month or so ago I wrote about Watches of Switzerland (WOSG), observing that 'if I owned shares in this one, I would be calling time on them'. Admittedly, that was a terrible witticism but you get the general investment view. If you plan on offering a premium product then you have to accept the fluctuations of the cycle…
I am trying to remember if the watch I wear cost me below or above £100 when I bought it a few years ago. At worst it was just into the triple digit zone but the basic point is that I do not wear an expensive watch. As I have observed before, fortunately for the world's retailers there are plenty of people out there with a greater propensity to consume...and on watches specifically this brings us to recent IPO Watches of Switzerland (WOSG)…
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