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Gear4music – trading update, “confident” or follow the CEO?

Online musical instruments and music equipment retailer Gear4music (G4M) has made a trading update on its third quarter to 31st December 2021 emphasising “UK sales growth continued to be robust… a strong pipeline of new products, e-commerce system developments and new website features”. So why do the shares remain below 700p?…

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New Variant Crash is a Buying Opportunity Says 'Hybrid Car' Owner

Hello, Share Changers. Some folks regard this old punter as old fashioned. Even though I own a hybrid car; petrol and coal. And my old-fashioned view is that Friday’s mini crash is nothing more than an opportunity to top up our shares. Stacey’s Law says such corrections are usually an excuse for big traders to sell stocks only to buy them back at reduced prices.

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Gear4music – from “confident” of full-year in-line with expectations to profit warning… in less than 5 weeks!

Previously writing on online musical instruments and music equipment retailer Gear4music (G4M), in June with the shares at 960p I concluded on the watchlist whilst I continue to see how the unwinding from government restrictions plays out. The shares last closed at 800p, but are currently down at around 700p on the back of results for the company’s half-year ended 30th September 2021. However, with it having updated on trading only last month, what’s going on?…

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Gear4music Could be In Tune for a Share Rise After an Unfair Retreat

Hello, Share Shakers. When I first commended Gear4music (G4M) a few years ago, there was no such thing as covid and the shares dropped back on retail worries. But once folks were forced to stay at home the sale of music instruments and associated stuff went through the roof. So Gear4music multi-bagged. Recently though the share has retreated a bit and I think might now have a reasonable entry point here.

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Gear4music – does not expect to achieve what it did last year… but share price rise?...

Online musical instruments and music equipment retailer Gear4music (G4M) has announced results for its year ended 31st March 2021 including that it “does not currently expect to achieve the same level of full year profitability during FY22 that the group achieved during FY21”, yet the shares are currently 3.5% higher at 960p. Why’s that?…

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ThIs Company's Alive with the Sound of Music -Tinkling Cash Registers

Hello Share Takers. You wouldn’t have thought it, but a Yorkshire company which sells music stuff has become a multi-bagger in the last few years. And much of the success seems due to the lockdowns. Simply, people have been trying to fill their unexpected spare hours by fulfilling lifetime ambitions to learn how to play a musical instrument.

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Gear4music – trading ‘exceeded previous expectations’, but sustainable?

Online musical instruments and music equipment retailer Gear4music (G4M) has made a trading update including “both our UK and European operations have performed well post Brexit, helping to drive revenue growth and support margins that have exceeded our previous expectations”. But what of the shares, currently more than 10% higher in response, at around 800p?…

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This Online Powerhouse Strikes the Right Chord When it Comes to a Strident Share Price

Hello, Share Shakers. After a shaky start, one of my more successful suggestions continues to pile on share value. But I think there’s more upward action to come. The biggest driver seems to be the virus, so I can’t take much credit. But let’s look at the story from here…

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The Hills are Alive with the Sound of Gear4Music's Cash Tills

Hello Share Mates. One of my recent choices for your further inspection is going from strength to strength. The full-year numbers from Gear4Music (G4M) were as good as I thought they might be. The share price rose further on the news, but I think progress will continue…

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Gear4music Soars as Lockdown Victims Look for Something to Do. And the Boom Could Last Beyond the Virus

Hello, Share Swappers. One of my less successful tips redeemed by the epidemic - and there have been a few - is Gear4Music (G4M). Its online sales are booming. When I first bought shares in this company the share immediately saw a big fall. But the red number turned to blue, even before the virus struck...

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The Hills are Alive with Higher Demand at Gear4music

Hello, Share Spellers. My talented colleague Steve Moore is a whizz at spotting weakness in stock market news announcements that seem to paint a too glowing picture of a company’s prospects. But I rather think he may be a bit too pessimistic towards the latest trading update from Gear4music (G4M)...

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Gear4music – updates including “high demand we have encountered since late March”...

Gear4music (G4M), “the largest UK based online retailer of musical instruments and music equipment”, has updated on trading – and the shares have responded 11% higher to 277.5p...

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This Company Hits the High Note on Profitable Growth So We Might Expect the Share Price to Sing

Hello, Share Scrunchers. Though Gear4music (G4M) is a horrible name, I did like the cut of this AIM company’s jib and bought the shares after what I thought was an unfair decline. Sadly they plunged further. But I was gratified to see the other day that they had begun recovery and my holding showing a 10% profit. Now comes more good news...

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Explaining to a moron why I am not an insider dealer

I start with an interruption from a tinker, a real one. I know what scrap iron is worth you cannot fool me mate! Then explaining to a moron why I am not in an insider dealing ring with Brokerman Dan. Then it is onto Kier (KIE), more on Big Dish (DISH) where the whole board MUST be reconstituted and finally a long section on Gear4Music (G4M).

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Gear4music – argues “delivered on our stated priority”… so why a further 10%+ share price fall?

Musical instruments and equipment online retailer Gear4music (G4M) has announced results for its half year ended 30th September 2019, emphasising “we have delivered on our stated priority of materially improving gross margins” yet “revenue increased by £6.9m (16%) during the period to £49.4m” and “we are confident ahead of our peak trading period that the group is well-placed to deliver EBITDA for the full year in line with the board's expectations”. The shares have though currently responded to around 215p – more than 10% lower!...

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: my daily chat with my friend the IRA man

Anyone who follows me on twitter knows my feelings about the vermin of the IRA but I have a daily chat these days with my pal the IRA man about Brexit. I discuss its effect on shares and suggest that a far bigger political threat is really not priced in. I explain why I know Yourgene (YGEN) is having a trading statement on Monday and what makes good journalism. I look in detail at Mobile Streams (MOS), insolvency law and the nature of trade receivables and at Gear4Music (G4M) and its latest warning which is enough to turn a man to drink, the shares remain a stonking sell. Finally. get your wallets out!

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: I'm a professional cynic but my heart's not in it, for today at least

In today's podcast I look at Rightmove (RMV), Cluff Natural Resources (CLNR), Red Emperor (RMP), Pantheon Resources (PANR), 88 Energy (88E) and Gear4Music (G4M). Now I want you to consider Jim Mellon. I am not always that kind to him but he has today pledged a material sum to sponsor the Rogue Bloggers walk for Woodlarks for which I thank him greatly. If Jim can do that so can you, I am sure all listeners can spare a tenner (or more) so please donate HERE

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: It looks as if the move to the Grim North is full steam ahead

Well so much for a slow housing market! It looks as if it is full steam ahead on a move to the Grim North! Away from that, in today's podcast I look at Revolution Bars (RBG), Photonstar Led (PSL), Debenhams (DEB), Flybe (FLYB), Gear4Music (G4M) and Goals Soccer Centres (GOAL). And I commend to you Gary's fine piece on Eqtec (EQT).

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - a hot tip from Brokerman Dan

In this podcast I thinkI agree with Dan's tip. I then look at Independent Oil & Gas in light of Jim Armitage's article in the Evening Standard which takes this scandal forward some more. I cover ramp dog Chesterfield (CHF), Marks & Spencer (MKS), Gear4Music (G4M), Halfords (HFD), Starcom (STAR), UK Oil & Gas (UKOG), Angus Energy (ANGS) and the zero scenario, and Carclo (CAR). Tomorrow I may have better things to do than a bearcast as is the case every January 12. Or maybe not!

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Halfords Share Drop Not Justified as the Company Has a Cunning Plan

Hello, Share Followers. Halfords (HFD) is a famous high street name. But a respected brand can still lose favour among customers. It’s a bit odd here though as Halfords can steal a march on its more online rivals - as it sells a lot of stuff that needs to be seen in the flesh and is not so easily bought over the net. Bicycles for example...

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: AAOG £4m placing at 10p? And what do IFA's who have stuffed clients into Woodford do now?

In today's bearcast I bring you a hot rumour. The King of the spiv bucket shops Jon Bellis of Novum is apparently trying to raise £4 million at 10p for Anglo African Oil & Gas (AAOG). I look at Sound Energy (SOU), Andalas (ADL), delays in selling houses and in a similar vein what IFA's who have put clients into Woodford funds do next. I also look at Gear4Music (G4M) and director share buying which is a sell signal. I make a brief comment on Optibiotix (OPTI) and almost tie it in with a mother-in-law joke but resist the temptation.

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: a tale of two Morons - Craig the IOG shareholder and a chap called Neil

In today's bearcast I have a hot rumour about Neil Woodford and I look at a moron called Craig who owns shares in Independent Oil & Gas (IOG) and is a classic moron. I look at that company at Circassia (CIR) - a Woodford dog - and at Gear4Music (G4M). Tomorrow I take my family and my son Joshua's godfather Lucian Miers to the London Stadium to see mighty West Ham in the cup so I'm not sure when Saturday copy will arrive.

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Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - We Bears are usually right - ref IQE

Recorded at the bottom of the valley underneath the abandoned convent, to avoid the noise of hard at work labourers at the Greek Hovel, this is my last full day in Greece. In today's bearcast I look at IQE with reference to the growing short; at Tekcapital (TEK) and getting a new broker; RM2 (RM2 and at Gear4Music (G4M) which is surely massively overvalued?

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Gear4music – overall sales growth “ahead of our expectations”… so why a share price decline?

A trading update from online musical instruments and equipment retailer Gear4music (G4M) includes “sales growth during the period of 36% being ahead of our expectations”… so why a current approaching 5% share price fall, below 600p?…

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