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(BOSS)

· Xetra
· Valuta i EUR
Xetra
Senest
46,99
I dag %
-2,06%
I dag +/-
-0,99
Køb
0,00
Sælg
0,00
Højest
47,90
Lavest
46,72
Omsætning (Antal)
446.401
· Xetra
· Valuta i EUR
Xetra
· Xetra · Valuta i EUR
· Valuta i EUR
Xetra
Senest
46,99
Udvikling i dag
-2,06%
-0,99
Køb
0,00
Sælg
0,00
Højest
47,90
Lavest
46,72
Omsætning (Antal)
446.401
Q1
22 dage siden58 min
1,35 EUR/aktie
Seneste udbytte
2,81 %
Direkte afkast

Ordredybde

Lukket
Antal
Køb
0
Sælg
Antal
0

Seneste handel

TidPrisAntalKøbereSælgere
----
Volumenvægtet gennemsnitspris
47,12
VWAP
47,12
Omsætning (EUR)
21.032.383

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Corporate Actions

Næste begivenhed
2024 Q2
1. aug.
Tidligere begivenheder
2024 Generalforsamling14. maj
2024 Q12. maj
2023 Q47. mar.
2023 Årsregnskab1. mar.
2023 Q32. nov. 2023
Data hentes fra Morningstar, Quartr

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Q1
22 dage siden58 min

Nyheder og Analyser

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Corporate Actions

Næste begivenhed
2024 Q2
1. aug.
Tidligere begivenheder
2024 Generalforsamling14. maj
2024 Q12. maj
2023 Q47. mar.
2023 Årsregnskab1. mar.
2023 Q32. nov. 2023
Data hentes fra Morningstar, Quartr

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  • 1 time siden
    1 time siden
    Hvad sker der her?
  • 24. jan.
    24. jan.
    Hva tenker dere om Boss i år?
  • 21. mar. 2020
    21. mar. 2020
    I've been looking at this company for quite some time. My idea to look into the stock was sparked after buying several fragrances and clothes from the BOSS and HUGO brand, and I must say I'm impressed with the constant quality they deliver. After taking a closer look into the company structure and financials, I have decided to buy the stock with the next 14 days, considering the price it has been set to by the market. I have already taken into consideration the short term consequence HUGO BOSS will face like so many others in the market right now. However, this is both a company and brand that i believe in, and which I can see stand the test of time. On top of this, it appears to have a rock solid governance which will ensure both its stability and sustainability for years to come. I recommend everyone to take a good look at their latest annual statement. It will discuss a lot of interesting points. https://group.hugoboss.com/fileadmin/media/hbnews/user_upload/Investor_Relations/Finanzberichte/2020/HUGO_BOSS_Annual_Report_2019.pdf
    20. nov. 2020
    20. nov. 2020
    I agree with you. Hugo Boss has great potential. The stock price has made a W-formation and despite 2nd wave there is light in the tunnel as several vaccines are on their way. Hugo Boss have a strong balance sheet (with limited net debt if leasing is exclued) that will weather another 3-6 months of (partial) lockdown. Q3 2020 showed that Boss quickly returned to profitability as stores reopened. I guess that Q4 will be somewhere between Q2 and Q3; not as bad as Q2 but more lockdowns than Q3. The licensing business is very margin strong: app 90% EBIT margin for the 3% of total sales (eyewear, fragrances, jewellery/watches (see Movado)). At 20-22 EUR the stock was valued at a lower EV/Sales than when it was down at 9 EUR in 2009. At that time the company had much higher net debt which kept me from buying causing me to miss out a rally to 120 EUR. Many see Boss as a formal wear company but only app 40% is formal wear and less than 1/5 of revenue come from suits. 50% are casual. Many US investors seem to believe that Boss is a formal wear company since that is the impression that many have in the US and Boss has a much higher percentage formal wear in the US market. This leads some US investors to put Boss in the same bucket as Tailored Brands, Brooks Brothers etc that have gone belly up. This is a misconception: Boss has for years adapted to the casual wear trend and kept its brand strong also in casual wear. Example: the HBO-serie Billions show that for many office workers have been wearing casual / smart casual for years. The nerd in the serie (responsible for compliance) is the one wearing suit, tie and west. Hugo Boss can be seen in posh Swedish neighborhoods (e.g. 60 year-old-men wearing their jackets as well as in the "hood" where the "bros" wear their caps, t-shirts etc, i.e. from a brand perspective it is catering to the same clientel as Mercedes car (at least that is my impression). What about the numbers? What about post-corona? My take is that Boss will hopefully be able to return to a pre-covid EPS around 3-3.40 EUR. The momentum going in to this year was strong so the brand was not hurting pre-corona. The shift towards online trading in the years to come (target is to make 400 MEUR revenue online) within a few years and growth in China are the bright spots. With a high value avarage online basket, the postal costs are relatively low for Boss in comparison to low price, fast fashion peers. What about main shareholders? In addition to the potential operational turn around this is a very interesting point: the largest shareholders is an Italian textile family (Marzetto) who is also a supplier to Boss. They have increased their stake from 10 to 15% this year. The second largest shareholder (or shareholder to be?) is one of UK's prime fashion players: Mike Ashley (Frasers). On July 3rd 2020, it was reported that he, through options, had secured access to more than 10% of Boss shares. I do not know if the delivery of the stocks are dependant on the strike price when the options are due in December 2020 and March 2021 but it is reported that Mike Ashley seeks a seat at the board so my assumption is that he ultimately will have a 10% stake. In June Manager Magazin reported that the Italians is looking for a PE-partner and Mike Ashley have recently also added massively to his Mulberry position so there are is lot of exciting potential that the big boys will get into a fight over the control over Hugo Boss. https://www.manager-magazin.de/unternehmen/handel/hugo-boss-grossaktionaer-pocht-auf-sitz-im-aufsichtsrat-a-1307994.html Disclaimer: I own Hugo Boss shares today, I may sell tomorrow or keep the shares for years... before investing, do your own research. All stocks can go to zero. My EPS assumption of 3 EUR in 2022 or 2023 may be totally wrong and much too high.
  • 18. mar. 2020
    18. mar. 2020
    Today I dipped my toes into the equity market again. I bought in the closing moments the fucking Wehrmacht!! - how many can say that. Hugo Ferdinand Boss founded the company in 1924. In the 1930es it provided uniforms to especially the Nazi party and once the war got going to the Hitler Youth and Waffen SS. Mr. Boss died in 1948 and after the war it changed focus to making mens clothes. It is today a leading upper class mens clothes. Having survived just about anything you can throw at it, I think its really safe. It will be here for the next 50 years. Their last Q was good (and that comes even after all the Hong Kong problems) and they doubled their free cashflow. They also raised their dividend from 2.70 euro to 2.75. Today they are paying a rocking 12% which is just insane. Their P/E is 7..60 as far as I can tell and its hugely undervalued. They are probably looking at some really bad Q for the next 2Q...but who isn´t. I´m buying for what lies after the virus is under control. Oh yeah and the pic is of Himmler visiting a KZ camp...wearing a Hugo Boss uniform.
    19. mar. 2020
    19. mar. 2020
    Deres regnskab var fornuftigt, og kursen er halveret siden … Jeg er selvfølgelig træt af at jeg ikke solgte (har ikke et nært forhold til Boss), men holder fast i positionen nu. Der er ikke rigtig andet at gøre.
  • 17. feb. 2019
    17. feb. 2019
    kan ikke helt finde hoved og hale eller om der er nogle nyheder på vej i denne aktie. Kan ikke finde ud af om jeg skal supplere
    18. feb. 2019
    18. feb. 2019
    December regnskab 7-3-2019, 1.61% stigning i dag
Kommentarerne ovenfor kommer fra Nordnets sociale netværk Shareville og er ikke blevet redigeret eller gennemgået af Nordnet. Det betyder ikke, at Nordnet giver investeringsrådgivning eller investeringsanbefalinger. Nordnet påtager sig ikke noget ansvar for kommentarerne.
Q1
22 dage siden58 min
1,35 EUR/aktie
Seneste udbytte
2,81 %
Direkte afkast

Nyheder og Analyser

Nyheder og/eller generelle investeringsanbefalinger eller et uddrag af disse på denne side og i relaterede links er produceret og leveret af den angivne leverandør. Nordnet har ikke deltaget i udarbejdelsen af materialet, og vi har ikke gennemgået eller foretaget ændringer i materialet. Læs mere om investeringsanbefalinger.
1,35 EUR/aktie
Seneste udbytte
2,81 %
Direkte afkast

Shareville

Deltag i samtalen med SharevilleBliv en del af vores forum for investorer. Følg andre, og diskuter aktier og fonde.
Log ind
  • 1 time siden
    1 time siden
    Hvad sker der her?
  • 24. jan.
    24. jan.
    Hva tenker dere om Boss i år?
  • 21. mar. 2020
    21. mar. 2020
    I've been looking at this company for quite some time. My idea to look into the stock was sparked after buying several fragrances and clothes from the BOSS and HUGO brand, and I must say I'm impressed with the constant quality they deliver. After taking a closer look into the company structure and financials, I have decided to buy the stock with the next 14 days, considering the price it has been set to by the market. I have already taken into consideration the short term consequence HUGO BOSS will face like so many others in the market right now. However, this is both a company and brand that i believe in, and which I can see stand the test of time. On top of this, it appears to have a rock solid governance which will ensure both its stability and sustainability for years to come. I recommend everyone to take a good look at their latest annual statement. It will discuss a lot of interesting points. https://group.hugoboss.com/fileadmin/media/hbnews/user_upload/Investor_Relations/Finanzberichte/2020/HUGO_BOSS_Annual_Report_2019.pdf
    20. nov. 2020
    20. nov. 2020
    I agree with you. Hugo Boss has great potential. The stock price has made a W-formation and despite 2nd wave there is light in the tunnel as several vaccines are on their way. Hugo Boss have a strong balance sheet (with limited net debt if leasing is exclued) that will weather another 3-6 months of (partial) lockdown. Q3 2020 showed that Boss quickly returned to profitability as stores reopened. I guess that Q4 will be somewhere between Q2 and Q3; not as bad as Q2 but more lockdowns than Q3. The licensing business is very margin strong: app 90% EBIT margin for the 3% of total sales (eyewear, fragrances, jewellery/watches (see Movado)). At 20-22 EUR the stock was valued at a lower EV/Sales than when it was down at 9 EUR in 2009. At that time the company had much higher net debt which kept me from buying causing me to miss out a rally to 120 EUR. Many see Boss as a formal wear company but only app 40% is formal wear and less than 1/5 of revenue come from suits. 50% are casual. Many US investors seem to believe that Boss is a formal wear company since that is the impression that many have in the US and Boss has a much higher percentage formal wear in the US market. This leads some US investors to put Boss in the same bucket as Tailored Brands, Brooks Brothers etc that have gone belly up. This is a misconception: Boss has for years adapted to the casual wear trend and kept its brand strong also in casual wear. Example: the HBO-serie Billions show that for many office workers have been wearing casual / smart casual for years. The nerd in the serie (responsible for compliance) is the one wearing suit, tie and west. Hugo Boss can be seen in posh Swedish neighborhoods (e.g. 60 year-old-men wearing their jackets as well as in the "hood" where the "bros" wear their caps, t-shirts etc, i.e. from a brand perspective it is catering to the same clientel as Mercedes car (at least that is my impression). What about the numbers? What about post-corona? My take is that Boss will hopefully be able to return to a pre-covid EPS around 3-3.40 EUR. The momentum going in to this year was strong so the brand was not hurting pre-corona. The shift towards online trading in the years to come (target is to make 400 MEUR revenue online) within a few years and growth in China are the bright spots. With a high value avarage online basket, the postal costs are relatively low for Boss in comparison to low price, fast fashion peers. What about main shareholders? In addition to the potential operational turn around this is a very interesting point: the largest shareholders is an Italian textile family (Marzetto) who is also a supplier to Boss. They have increased their stake from 10 to 15% this year. The second largest shareholder (or shareholder to be?) is one of UK's prime fashion players: Mike Ashley (Frasers). On July 3rd 2020, it was reported that he, through options, had secured access to more than 10% of Boss shares. I do not know if the delivery of the stocks are dependant on the strike price when the options are due in December 2020 and March 2021 but it is reported that Mike Ashley seeks a seat at the board so my assumption is that he ultimately will have a 10% stake. In June Manager Magazin reported that the Italians is looking for a PE-partner and Mike Ashley have recently also added massively to his Mulberry position so there are is lot of exciting potential that the big boys will get into a fight over the control over Hugo Boss. https://www.manager-magazin.de/unternehmen/handel/hugo-boss-grossaktionaer-pocht-auf-sitz-im-aufsichtsrat-a-1307994.html Disclaimer: I own Hugo Boss shares today, I may sell tomorrow or keep the shares for years... before investing, do your own research. All stocks can go to zero. My EPS assumption of 3 EUR in 2022 or 2023 may be totally wrong and much too high.
  • 18. mar. 2020
    18. mar. 2020
    Today I dipped my toes into the equity market again. I bought in the closing moments the fucking Wehrmacht!! - how many can say that. Hugo Ferdinand Boss founded the company in 1924. In the 1930es it provided uniforms to especially the Nazi party and once the war got going to the Hitler Youth and Waffen SS. Mr. Boss died in 1948 and after the war it changed focus to making mens clothes. It is today a leading upper class mens clothes. Having survived just about anything you can throw at it, I think its really safe. It will be here for the next 50 years. Their last Q was good (and that comes even after all the Hong Kong problems) and they doubled their free cashflow. They also raised their dividend from 2.70 euro to 2.75. Today they are paying a rocking 12% which is just insane. Their P/E is 7..60 as far as I can tell and its hugely undervalued. They are probably looking at some really bad Q for the next 2Q...but who isn´t. I´m buying for what lies after the virus is under control. Oh yeah and the pic is of Himmler visiting a KZ camp...wearing a Hugo Boss uniform.
    19. mar. 2020
    19. mar. 2020
    Deres regnskab var fornuftigt, og kursen er halveret siden … Jeg er selvfølgelig træt af at jeg ikke solgte (har ikke et nært forhold til Boss), men holder fast i positionen nu. Der er ikke rigtig andet at gøre.
  • 17. feb. 2019
    17. feb. 2019
    kan ikke helt finde hoved og hale eller om der er nogle nyheder på vej i denne aktie. Kan ikke finde ud af om jeg skal supplere
    18. feb. 2019
    18. feb. 2019
    December regnskab 7-3-2019, 1.61% stigning i dag
Kommentarerne ovenfor kommer fra Nordnets sociale netværk Shareville og er ikke blevet redigeret eller gennemgået af Nordnet. Det betyder ikke, at Nordnet giver investeringsrådgivning eller investeringsanbefalinger. Nordnet påtager sig ikke noget ansvar for kommentarerne.

Ordredybde

Lukket
Antal
Køb
0
Sælg
Antal
0

Seneste handel

TidPrisAntalKøbereSælgere
----
Volumenvægtet gennemsnitspris
47,12
VWAP
47,12
Omsætning (EUR)
21.032.383

Husk på, at en investeret opsparing kan gå både op og ned i værdi. Selvom opsparing i aktier historisk set har givet gode langsigtede afkast, er det ingen garanti for fremtidige afkast. Der er en risiko for, at du ikke får de investerede penge tilbage.

Mæglerstatistik

Ingen data fundet

Andre har kigget på

Corporate Actions

Næste begivenhed
2024 Q2
1. aug.
Tidligere begivenheder
2024 Generalforsamling14. maj
2024 Q12. maj
2023 Q47. mar.
2023 Årsregnskab1. mar.
2023 Q32. nov. 2023
Data hentes fra Morningstar, Quartr

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