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Fevertree – its all about cash for me

The market seems to like today’s full year numbers from FeverTree (FEVR) but then expectations had already been muted. Under-promise and over deliver as the old adage goes. Me? I am an old fashioned sort of chap who does not like companies funding not only their entire ordinary dividend but also a special not from earnings but simply by running down cash. Is that long term smart in this uncertain world?

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…..


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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