Naked Wines: Taking An Asset-Based Approach To Valuation

Nov. 18, 2022 2:30 AM ETNaked Wines plc (NWINF)5 Comments
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  • Naked Wines was caught out in the current economic slowdown, but management has reacted and downside risk now appears limited.
  • Customers (called Angels) tend to be affluent and sticky, pointing to a gradual recovery into FY3/2024.
  • Our asset-based valuation analysis combines estimated net cash and inventory in FY3/2024, and we rate the shares a buy.

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Investment thesis

Naked Wines (OTCQX:NWINF) has been focused on investing in growth but is currently experiencing a business slowdown, compounded by inventory build-up. Management has reacted, focusing on cutting costs to improve profitability and destocking, and has access

Key financials with consensus forecasts

Key financials with consensus forecasts (Company, Refinitiv)

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