Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aquatic Food LSE:AFG London Ordinary Share JE00BQQG1J93 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 14.00p 13.00p 15.00p 14.00p 14.00p 14.00p 36,764.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 10,229.1 1,900.0 13.1 1.0 15.85

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Date Time Title Posts
16/11/201613:42Aquatic Foods Group - Fishy stock127.00
30/9/200919:38Mwana Africa125.00
12/12/200720:33AFGANISTAN1.00
24/2/200615:05African Gold284.00
09/12/200516:13A F R I C A N G O L D1,027.00

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10/12/2016
08:20
Aquatic Food Daily Update: Aquatic Food is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AFG. The last closing price for Aquatic Food was 14p.
Aquatic Food has a 4 week average price of 14.03p and a 12 week average price of 13.76p.
The 1 year high share price is 25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6p.
There are currently 113,226,081 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 69,354 shares. The market capitalisation of Aquatic Food is £15,851,651.34.
12/11/2016
17:49
brwo349: hxxp://www.shareprophets.com/views/13734/aquatic-foods-group-plc-yet-another-aim-listed-china-norfolk Why have the shares crashed, with only good news in trading updates – and, indeed, a ‘know-of-no-reason’ RNS in the face of the share price decline? Why has Mr McLean stepped down from this poster-boy for all that is good about AIM-listed Chinese companies (apart from the share price)? Why is the company trading at a substantial discount to cash, and (at worst) on a par with net unrestricted cash, yet is awash with the stuff in ever growing proportions and company growth is around 25%? Could it be that as with, say, Jiasen (JSI) nobody believes the numbers? Given the recent history of AIM-listed Chinese outfits, who would take the risk here? Given the lack of action by the FCA, AIM Regulation, the LSE and all the other regulators which could have stepped in over Naibu (it is not as if they weren’t warned) and now the quiet delisting of Sorbic and Gate in the wake of unexplained Nomad resignations, what reassurance is there for investors that this is not just another Norfolk? Aquatic just could conceivably be the bargain of the decade, but as with Jiasen which currently trades on a discount to (claimed) cash of about 80% and sitting on an historic yield of 80% plus, who would take the chance? Are the numbers presented just codswallop, shoal upon shoal of red herrings presented by a shiver of sharks? (ok, enough cheap fish gags…) But In the absence of the LSE showing any sign of taking its responsibilities seriously (other than to grab as much money as possible in the short term, and allow the crony capitalists to do the same) this has to be yet another AIM-Casino China bargepole stock. - See more at: hxxp://www.shareprophets.com/views/13734/aquatic-foods-group-plc-yet-another-aim-listed-china-norfolk#sthash.yGf5joqp.dpuf
11/11/2016
19:47
brwo349: cottoner That contract with the Peterhead company is for less than 1% of the stated annual revenues. It's peanuts. I don't deny there will be a legitimate, very small underlying business here but the financials are fictitious. Revenues, profits, the balance sheet are all fabricated. Of that I am 100% certain. The reason I know that is because of the share price. Insiders would be re-mortgaging their homes to buy shares at anywhere near this price.
25/8/2016
06:27
rupe1958: speccy1 - interesting blog. Thanks for the link. Re. AFG, there are reasons to be optimistic. In particular because of the high calibre new Finance Director from West China Cement (very good company). The share price has gone much too low. AFG IPO'ed at 60p and there's no reason it shouldn't get back there in a year or so. In the meantime we get a 10% dividend, which might rise. Q2 trading statement next week perhaps?
24/8/2016
19:15
speccy1: Woohoo! Nice to see the dividend land in my account at last. Also nice to see the bid price climb by 2p when the share price just climbed 0.5p. That was enough to wipe out 20% of my losses on this share. Still quite a way to go to get above water though. It also means the title of my Nemesis Share has passed from AFG to OPTI - but with OPTI posting interims tomorrow AFG could win the title back! More on this thrilling battle in my blog :) hTTps://speccyinvestor.blogspot.co.uk/ I first bought shares here when I was extremely naive. The thought that there could be anything dodgy just didn't register. As I looked more into the history of Chinese AIM stocks I became terrified at what I had done, but the more I looked, the more confident I became this company was for real. It was hard to maintain that faith when sitting on £1,000 loss, especially as a comparatively small investor. I have bought more recently, particularly after the appointment of the new Finance Director. This has brought my weighted average price down from 35p to 22p, so now it's just a case of sitting back and hoping the profits and dividends continue to flow. Maybe in a few years I'll break even...
12/8/2016
11:27
bmk1: LSE:RCI OKSearch Rapidcloud Share News (RCI) 7Follow RCI Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description Rapidcloud LSE:RCI London Ordinary Share JE00B8FX4C95 ORD NPV Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade +13.00p +48.15% 40.00p 35.00p 45.00p 45.00p 30.50p 30.50p 162,006 11:39:48 Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) Software & Computer Services 179.3 5.8 43.9 0.8 8.68 Print Alert RapidCloud International PLC Channel Sales Partner for Alibaba.com in Malaysia 12/08/2016 10:57am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Rapidcloud (LSE:RCI) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Friday 12 August 2016 Click Here for more Rapidcloud Charts. TIDMRCI RNS Number : 0553H RapidCloud International PLC 12 August 2016 RapidCloud International Plc ("RapidCloud", the "Company" or the "Group") Appointment as Alibaba.com Channel Sales Partner for Malaysia RapidCloud International plc (AIM: RCI), an enterprise cloud computing infrastructure, software and solutions provider based in Southeast Asia, announces that its wholly owned subsidiary, RapidCloud (M) Sdn. Bhd., has been appointed by Alibaba.com, a global B2B platform of Alibaba Group, as an authorised Gold Supplier membership channel sales partner for Malaysia. This appointment will place RapidCloud (M) Sdn. Bhd. as one of Alibaba.com's authorised Gold Supplier Membership channel sales partners in Malaysia. This appointment will enable RapidCloud to help Alibaba.com enroll Malaysian SMEs into its Gold Supplier membership, offering Alibaba.com's Malaysian Gold Supplier members, typically exporters, traders, retailers and manufacturers, certain value-added services via the international business-to-business platform operated by Alibaba.com. In addition, RapidCloud will be able to up-sell its existing software suite including digital marketing, e-commerce and sales automation tools, e-mail and cloud services as well as provide local support and training services to both existing and prospective Alibaba.com Malaysian Gold Supplier members. It is expected this agreement, which is complementary to the partnership with Alibaba Cloud (the cloud computing arm of Alibaba Group) announced on 8 March 2016, positions RapidCloud well to sell both Alibaba tools and services and its own proprietary software to Alibaba.com Gold Supplier members to enable them to rapidly expand the volume of transactions they complete, thereby adding significant value to those enterprises. RapidCloud will initially deploy at least 30 sales people to capture this market opportunity over the first six months of the agreement, which will expand to at least 40 sales people within the first year of the agreement. Raymond Chee, Managing Director of RapidCloud, said: "The partnership with an esteemed global business-to-business leader such as Alibaba.com will enable the enterprises in Malaysia to benefit from this powerful trading platform. We believe the ability to procure local support, training and access to other B2B products proprietary to RapidCloud, from a local company they are familiar doing business with is particularly compelling to customers and ultimately benefit enterprises across Malaysia. "Collaboration with partners who can offer complementary products and services will undoubtedly play a central role in RapidCloud's organic growth strategy. This partnership with Alibaba.com fits particularly well with this strategy and delivers significant value to our shareholders." CONTACTS
17/7/2015
16:01
pugugly: Anyone still following ? Share price starting to look like the usual Chinese Takeaway. Rupe: Thanks for your research on the Deputy Chairman - Could the share price decline be related ?
18/10/2005
07:36
wstirrup: There is no doubt that there are miners in so-called western nations who because of existing infrastructure face fewer problems getting the ore to the surface, to the refinery, and thence to the assay office etc. No doubt this speeds new exploration too. However, MY interest in AFG has been precisely because it is NOT in the west. Africa is by and large still an underdeveloped continent. The last of the world that requires good governance, and while tinpot dictators like Robert Mugabe exist, Africa will not take its place in world affairs, with his backward look at colonialism. India too suffered because of a backward look at our time there, instead of building on the legacy of good governance. Though she is now changing. AFG (and thus Mwana) will have the lowest mining costs due to extremely, low wage costs, and will bring much needed capital, and employment to that part of the world. I have a balanced portfolio, with shares in companies in the U.S., China, UK, Africa, and one or two with multi-national connections. My investments are for the medium term, largely for when I retire, but I take your point that the AFG share price has not reflected the 80% or so rise in the Gold price since 2001/2. That, in my mind, is a foregone conclusion that in the fullness of time it will be corrected. As to whether I have profited from AFG, it is rather the business of myself and the TAXman. Your affairs (as your opinions) are your own business. I try as far as possible to post information and informed opinion of others, and yes I do feel a little like the "Boy who cried Wolf!" over the last year or so, due to the failure to see the price reflected. (I guess most investors in AFG are quite small, and those with the shortest time horizons in the main) and that might account for the slow decline. BUT, I am as firm in my belief today as the first day I acquired (for me) a sizeable chunk of AFG that it will turn out to be a sound investment. You are of course, entitled to disagree. An investment, unlike mere "speculation" is like a Tree. You don't plant your seedling today, and reap the fruits tomorrow. W.
06/10/2005
19:16
the gull: WStirrup Last year you called gold $450 for Dec 04, you got that right. This year you called gold $500 for Dec 05, looks like you may be right again. AFG share price not changed, I have missed the boat with gold but I may be able to make it up here as the likely hood of them developing mines now is more probable than it has been in the past. I have to think that the possibility of financial backing is also better as this is now an african/western business & western countries have hinted at helping out African business.
23/12/2004
16:38
wstirrup: Just to give you all some christmas cheer. I set up my AFG Share price model in Excel today, to give some meat to the idea that the share price is currently undervalued. I can now factor in Gold prices, exchange rates, EPS, P/E, Production figures and other things to get some idea of likely price. I ran some figures into it - Eg: 100,000oz p.a. $1.90/£1.00 etc. etc... Worse case scenario? about 30p share... If the best case scenario occurs with 500k oz p.a. a good gold price and favourable exchange, we could be looking at £2.00 per share. Now THAT would bring a smile to your face wouldn't it? :¬)) W.S. Have a happy Festive season peeps, and don't overdo the indulgence.
15/11/2004
00:10
wstirrup: One more thing. As I write the Gold price is bouncing off a support level at $433. That would have been unthinkable 12months ago. $450 here we come... The AFG share price is going through a saucer (cup if you prefer) formation. This bodes well for theprice in the snhort term too. And the Gold price is doing exactly the same. Check out the 1975 - Present chart... WHY do you think I posted the charts at the thread header? W.S.
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