15th Apr


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Really interested to read your commments on Missguided. My 20 year old student daughter cited Boohoo, Nasty Gal and PLT (she was shocked and impressed they were all the same company) as well as Missguided as the go to brands for young women. So I was quite surprised to hear Missguided doing so badly. I’ve said here before I would sell up if Boohoo (LON:BOO)…

ASOS (LON:ASC) sells branded goods therefore paying for the privilege. Boohoo (LON:BOO) sells their own high fashion range - fast, cheap, responsive to demand. I sold  Superdry (LON:SDRY), ASOS (LON:ASC)  and Sosandar (LON:SOS) a while ago.  Long term holder of Boohoo (LON:BOO) and Next (LON:NXT).  I see Next (LON:NXT) and their excellent management adapting to the  retailing market using their established distribution networks.  They serve…

Are there any plans to have a Stockopedia fund or if that’s not possible are there any funds based on Stockopedia algorithms? I am interested but don’t really have the time to do my own research so would love to invest in a passive fund using your fundamentals

"yawning gap in UK fashion retail for women aged 35-55, who were too old for younger brands like Asos, but not ready to go frumpy with M&S." I am firmly in that target market but find the website boring and many of the items unflattering and frumpy - only a few items that I might not expect to find in M&S - and even they…

"I do think there is a degree of anger that this upstart is taking their business and destroying the profit pool. " You bet! Hence the need for PURP to defend itself. This is an entire industry under threat that has been ripping of customers for years- any wonder they don't like it? Up front fees ensure commited sellers and an efficient model. It bring…

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