Fevertree Drinks (FEVR) has become a darling stock for Aim investors, having risen over 1500 per cent since its initial public offering in 2014. Revenues grew to match the share price and now investors wait with anticipation as the company tries to break into the lucrative US market hoping punters pick up its premium-priced tonics and mixers.
But, has the share price grown too far? Are there risks with its attempts to break into the competitive US market? Or is the current share price either accurate or even at a discount compared to the potential revenue growth on offer?
Listen to Investors Chronicle specialist writer Julia Faurschou and manager of the Merian UK Mid Cap Fund (GB00B1XG9482) Richard Watts fight it out in the latest Bull vs Bear podcast.