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...
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...
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)...
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...
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...
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!...
Previously writing on online musical instruments and equipment retailer Gear4music (G4M) in September as the shares slid below 600p, I concluded such a rating demands at least growth as anticipated; not “slower than anticipated” roll-out, “gross margin compromise” and potentially worse – and, even without all that, is still likely highly dependent on a continued bullish stock market. As such, at this juncture, I avoid. The shares are currently sliding below 300p on the back of a “Trading Update”…
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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