Ocado Group PLC (OCDO)

1,921.50
+22.50(+1.19%)
  • Volume:
    732,672
  • Bid/Ask:
    1,820.00/2,125.00
  • Day's Range:
    1,894.50 - 1,941.50

OCDO Overview

Prev. Close
1,899
Day's Range
1,894.5-1,941.5
Revenue
2.33B
Open
1,902.5
52 wk Range
1,823.24-2,914
EPS
-0.18
Volume
732,672
Market Cap
14.42B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
1,094,808
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
0.64
1-Year Change
-1.86%
Shares Outstanding
750,485,614
Next Earnings Date
05 Jul 2021
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Ocado Group PLC Company Profile

Ocado Group PLC Company Profile

Sector
Services
Employees
18618

Ocado Group plc is a United Kingdom-based online grocery retailer. The Company's principal activities are grocery retailing and the development and monetization of Intellectual Property (IP) and technology used for the online retailing, logistics and distribution of grocery and consumer goods, derived from the United Kingdom. The Company offers end-to-end operating solution for online grocery retail based on technology and IP, suitable for operating its own retail business and those of its commercial partners. The Company's brands include Ocado, Ocado Smart Platform, Sizzle, Fetch and Fabled. Sizzle is a kitchen and dining store. The Company's Ocado Smart Platform is a solution for operating online retail businesses. The Company's Ocado Smart Platform combines its end-to-end software and technology systems with its physical fulfilment asset solution.

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  • why Ocadobis dropping so badly
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    • overvalued. it was up 200% since start of last year. Time to take profits.
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    • I see it going back up a bit with Europe going back into lockdown
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  • wow
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    • why tf did this drop. no reason
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      • A new four-step plan to ease England's lockdown
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      • long term it will bounce back though right to 3000. With earnings etc?
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      • So I could buy it at a decent price.
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    • The share price on this is going to drop substantially in the coming weeks due to the lawsuit, now isn't the best time to buy. Watch this share very closely!
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      • With coronavirus contiuning, i think its likely people will depend online shopping for quite sometime. Not good time to sell
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    • https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/933578/ocado-stumbles-as-autostore-files-fresh-lawsuits-over-robotic-retrieval-system-933578.html
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      • Should I buy that is so low?
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        • potential buy?
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          • A lot of potential here
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            • you are a bit late though
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            • Better late than never as they wiuld say
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          • clearly it wasn't a sell but a buy!
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            • More interesting figures from the 2014 Financial report.. . The Chief Exec review states that Ocado will employ 11000 by end of 2015, up from 8500 at end 2014. Payroll cost in 2014 was £190m, so the increase in numbers implies an increase in payroll cost of £60m. If sales are up by 15% then EBITDA will only go up by say, £12m, so that means a huge, huge loss in 2015. . Looking at the cash flow, there is going to be capex of £150m in 2015. Net debt was £99m at end of 2014, so by end of 2015 the value of the business (218m at end 2014) is likely to be less than the total debt. . To my mind it's like owning a house that's worth less than the mortgage and borrowing more on top to pay the interest. . I say sell
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              • Looking at the next announcement on 11th Sept, of sales for the 3 months to end August I've been looking at shopping price baskets as reported by Which for June-July 14, compared with the same months in 2013. The Which monthly basket costs for Ocado, Tesco, Waitrose and Sainsbury are all down by 9 to 10%. For Ocado the basket cost drops from £212 to £191, or 10.3%.. . Ocado sales growth for 3 summer months of 2013 over 2012 was 16%. If the Which averages carry through to 2014 sales, it could mean only 6% growth on the underlying Ocado business. Even if you add in 5% for fees from the deal with Morrison it's 11%, but then again the MRW contribution must have been expected to be additional, as opposed to being needed to get to a respectable number. And this is just the top line impact without discussing margins.. . Please correct me if my numbers or assumptions look wrong
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