Marston’s PLC (MARS)

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Marston’s PLC Company Profile

Marston’s PLC Company Profile

Marston's PLC operates managed, franchised, tenanted, and leased pubs, bars, restaurants, and accommodations in the United Kingdom and internationally. The company operates through Pubs and Bars, and Brewing segments. It provides cask, kegs, and packaged beers through its six breweries under the Pedigree, Hobgoblin, Wainwright, and Shipyard brands, as well as under the licensed brands, including Estrella Damm. The company operates through approximately 1,365 bars and pubs; and approximately 1,665 rooms. It is also involved in the property management; telecommunications; and insurance businesses. The company was formerly known as The Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries PLC and changed its name to Marston's PLC in January 2007. Marston's PLC was founded in 1834 and is headquartered in Wolverhampton, the United Kingdom.

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  • Shorters again…..complete and utter 🤬🤬🤬
    • What is going wrong still, or are the shorters continuing on their path of destruction? Or maybe they are teetotals and which case go and get wasted elsewhere and leave the hospitality stock sectors to recover
      • Short sellers with no morals just greed hitting this stock…..what comes around goes around just like Gamestop, one Hedge Fund has pulled the shutters down as a consequence of that greed,
        • how can there be value in a company who can't trade..and I pubs are opening as they were previously...IF YOU have tried to buy a drink and download the app and order at the table ... it's impossible..apart from die hard drinkers... SELL before you lose your shirt.... no value at 90p
          • Shorting this stock is adding immense impact on its share price! Guys/Girls, we are exiting lockdown so have an ounce of sense and let those “loyal” investors gather back some loses
            • Will the impending departure of the CEO directly impact the price?
              • In business you need all the cogs turning, those cogs are made up of large perfoming wheels to small wheels and without either the company will not function. Asset strippers are not interested that removing parts of an engine will have an impact on the overal perfromance, their interest remains solely on lining their coffers
                • Performed well without any Private Equity buyout and will survive going forward.Private Equity would asset strip and keep the performing parts...close non profit making pubs etc. This is the 3rd offer Marston’s has recieved and by far the highest share offer, £1.05. Does that tell us they are holding out for a higher offer?
                  • can we hope for a white knight or am I being too hasty?
                    • Reuters - Marstons have received an unsolicited offer from Platinum Equity Advisors for a possible cash offer, pruvate equity buyout. Good and bad, asset strip, hive off and keep the performing parts....hence the share price increase. HOLD for further update
                      • I like the look of Marston's as a small investment punt. Im keeping a daily eye on them. If they drop again to anything below 40.00 I'm in.
                        • Just bought into this under valued stock, post lockdown and mass vaccination, in due course pubs will reopen and this will find running legs
                          • Long play hold your nerve upside to come —out at 85-90 to lock in profit
                            • Yes, hope will get there... but looks like they are going to pay the final dividends coming month?
                          • Marston will not fail now it is partnered with carlsburg if i was everyone id buy in more in regular invesments and average up for safety with the volatility
                            • Omg this stock and cineworld I'm stuck both ibougt at 70p plus I don't know what to do should I sell them or hold for few years
                              • its a risky speculative stock, you shouldn't have bought in if you were not prepared for volatility. Presumably you bought it because you believed pubs would recover over time so you should hold, why would you sell.
                              • Tnx bro
                              • Hold !!
                            • Fair value for Marston's is 69p
                              • cannot believe it pubs are now open but Marston's share still down
                                • It doesn't mean that everyone will go in!
                              • Tomorrow it will start with15% high.
                                • Any chance this stock rise upto 80p on Monday 6th July
                                  • I guess not
                                  • I'd say you got a 50/50 chance of 80p by July 2021 IF you assume Covid-19 treatments/vaccine proceed well and there is no full-on global capitalism meltdown in the meantime.  I'm taking the meum view an holding (tight - i's gunna be bumpy).
                                  • It did touch on 85p on a 8th June
                                • Lots of UK residents with money in their pockets looking to get out and spend, particularly on low ticket items/entertainment.  Many will have little appetite for spending on holidays abroad so the 'holiday' cash will be spent at home ... a good summer should also support this.  I'd hope sales will match or exceed last summer and the share price may reflect this with some upside to come.
                                  • pubs tipped for drinking spree, this share is going to gain %vol
                                    • why is the price so low now? surely this is a strong buy at 54p!!!! especially with pubs reopening.
                                      • because most of the people in UK working from home and not go to the pub after a long day in the offfice....
                                      • The share price only covers the value of the newly merged brewing business. Thete us no equity value for the net £500m freehold properties - after debt, nor the £237m of cash coming inBizarre...
                                    • Seriously though - all good news is now in ... just reality now .... I'm hoping for a long, steady rise to 75-95 over the next 12 months or so.
                                      • Nope.  But I'm drinking  copious amounts of Pedigree in an effort to boost sales/
                                        • will this will this share see 80p this week, any thoughts?
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