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Fevertree warns – told y’all, worse still to come

Lucian Miers and I both warned that this would happen as, I think, did the Dark Destroyer Matt Earl. Chris Bailey is a non-drinker and disagreed. Never trust a non-drinker, as my pal Evil Knievil (not a non-drinker) would say. On 19 May Fevertree (FEVR) told us to expect flat FY EBITDA of £63 million to £66 million. Today, less than two months later…..

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It is not about the rear-view mirror – add to Fevertree short

Lucian Miers wrote here a couple of weeks ago about Fevertree (FEVR) where he remains short. There may be some people laughing at him as the fizzy drinks group fairly promptly served up a trading statement suggesting that it was on track to meet forecasts. But that is looking in the rear-view mirror. What is important is what happens going forward.

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Fevertree: Not too Late to Short

Until late 2019 shorting shares in Fevertree (FEVR) was an extremely unsuccessful strategy. Its has been a great British success story: a powerful global brand that in twenty years has conquered all before it with superb marketing of a great product.

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I continue to no longer recommend selling your FeverTree shares (although I still haven’t tried its products)

It is good to see UK markets opening again this morning. No doubt a few people are worried about higher Bank of England interest rates this week, but frankly I would worry more if it did not raise interest rates (as that would tell you it feared the likelihood of a recession too). Meantime, elsewhere I note that there is an upcoming change at FeverTree (FEVR)...

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Why I no longer recommend selling your FeverTree shares (though I still haven’t tried its product)

noted back in September last year that “I am still avoiding FeverTree (FEVR)” and since then the stock has fallen from above a 23 quid share price to just under 16 quid. So what should I now be thinking about the company still obsessed by the potential from the “long-mixed drink category from retailers, spirits brands and consumers, especially given the increasing focus on premium segments"?

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