|26 Jul 2014||djderry||I'm looking at the investment proposition here.It takes me a long time to come to a decision.I try to seperate the wood from the chaff .( if they manufactured the traditional pallet,there would be a weak attempt at a pun here).I certainly can't base much of my decision on what 'star investment managers do,particularly if it's a very small position,which may,or may not be an... read more...|
|26 Jul 2014||writz||It's not the pallets themselves, it's the way the company can manage pallet distribution and movement more cheaply and with less hassle than a client using their own. The key is their very high level contacts in blue chip companies that make heavy use of pallets: RM2 understand how the system works and can make a profit by cutting costs for these large operators. Yes, at this point it's... read more...|
|25 Jul 2014||phowdo||Cant see the attraction either.
You could penetrate the moat here with a few wooden pallets found by the roadside.
|25 Jul 2014||stegrego||I think woodford must have been smoking something when he bought these....
Absolute steaming pile. read more...|
|25 Jul 2014||dewtrader||
77 million dollars loss.... nice.
How the hell did people fork out over £100 million to fund this pile of .....?
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|25 Jul 2014||andygibb101||IC article:
Join directors and Neil Woodford buying RM2
Neil Woodford’s fund buying shares
Well connected board of directors
Innovative product with huge market
Uncertain order timeline
It’s usually worth paying attention to director
dealings, as share purchases can often be
a signal that the trading performance of... read more...|
|24 Jul 2014||skyship||Tipped in tomorrow's IC... read more...|