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  • A
    market cap is a quarter sales
  • J
    This stock has been falling for ages I bought last October what I thought was a good price still got it needless to say I am carrying paper losses

    The people that are selling now must have incurred large losses hopefully it will start to rise in the future

    Anyone else sitting this one out in the hope of at least breaking even.
  • D
    Price to book value is 0.7 and I'm excluding goodwill and value of assets that have been amortised. That's a buy all day long, if they liquidate everything today and pay their liabilities they will return 12 pounds at least to their stockholders.
  • M
    when will this stop going down, I am in both this and boohoo. I will buy more of both when the massacre ends
  • D
    Profit warning today 05/09/22..Profit to be right at the very bottom of previously guided range
  • k
    Debt is their cancer, much larger than mrk cap with rising interes rates, don't get caught out by the dead cat bounces, this will drag down to 400
  • E
    Elon Musk Jr.
    🚨 Great news from the company today.

    “Asos (ASC.L) has forecast a profit margin of at least 8% over the long-term, as it aims to boost investor confidence in the wake of the abrupt exit of its chief executive.

    It reiterated its £7bn ($9.5bn) sales target over the medium-term, the next three to four years, with a margin on earnings before interest and tax of at least 4%. This reflects a compound annual growth rate of 15% to 20%.”
  • T
    ASOS is becoming very tempting now trading at a P/E 19 still growing between 12-25% very year currently. One of the biggest UK Online retailers I know I shop on there as it’s so quick and easy. My only real concern is the margins of less than 10% hat are peoples thoughts? I brought last year and flipped for a 30% profit but want a long term hold if buying back in.
  • E
    Running up nicely
  • T
    I think I’ll wait until after earnings to decide if I’ll start a position I personally love the Asos brand and it will continue to do well in the future it probably needs a management shake up tbh. It’ll remain on my watchlist for now!
  • D
    P/S ratio of 1 with 25% YoY growth... This massive drop looks like an overreaction. Thoughts?
  • E
    1 time issues with supply chains, competition from retail stores reopening and still a strong increase in profit and revenue... Worried about free cash flow but il wait long term to see if that's a long term problem
  • B
    Barren Wuffett
    A reversion to the mean, Except now the company is cheaper than it ever has been on a relative basis. on opportunity to scale in.

    "Price is what you pay, Value is what you get"
  • G
    Does anyone know how to value this company?

    I tried a price to free cash flow and it was beyond ugly.
  • T
    I may start a position in Asos again for a long term hold I have previously owned in 2019 and sold out for a 30% profit at the time. The fundamentals are good the P/E has come right down the market cap at less than £2 Billion with plenty of growth ahead Asos just needs to sort out it's chain issues and really needs to improve on these profit margins.

    That said I've been seeing a lot more advertising on Youtube especially recently which could help drive up revenue.
  • a
    Doesn’t look good the resignation 3 days before earning announcement
  • D
    £15.8 million pound loss from £115 million profit last time..The figures are about as bad as feared..The board today state that cost inflation will get even worse in next six months..They are pinning their hopes on America..2022 is a right off for ASOS.A very definite sell.
  • N
    Does someone know at what price Nick Sleep bought in?
  • E
    What’s driving today’s gain folks? 👍🏻
  • B
    The extra revenue being generated by shoppers migrating online is dropping to the bottom line for ASOS. The firm has also been cutting costs. And City analysts have pencilled in an impressive three-figure percentage hike in earnings for the next trading year to August 2021. And rising earnings could be the thing that puts a rocket under the share price.