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Camkids LSE:CAMK London Ordinary Share JE00B8L30R08 ORD NPV
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  +0.00p +0.00% 4.25p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
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Personal Goods 10,512.4 2,467.6 2,359.2 0.0 3.30

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12/8/2015
05:42
tradingstock247: Camkids (LON:CAMK) Share price: on its way to zero, but currently 5.25p (down 20% today) 12th August 2015 http://www.directorstalk.com/camkids-loncamk-share-price-on-its-way-to-zero-but-currently-5-25p-down-20-today/
29/4/2015
04:35
caradog: Swooped, it's hardly irrelevant when a comparable company collapses. It's not just nationality that Naibu and Camkids share. They sell the same goods in the same market using, as far as I can see, almost identical business models and have raised finance on AIM rather than locally. The share price is below claimed cash per share and the dividend has been passed when it, on paper, could easily have been paid. The market is factoring in a catastrophe, possibly a total loss. Could be wrong, but just looking at the share price graph in the header tells you that near-catastrophe is already a reality for any investor who bought in just 18 months ago. if you back the company in the face of all that you are very brave or foolish and deserve any profit or loss you make.
09/3/2015
14:46
philjeans: Ignore the lying shorters - who come up with a fresh user-name every week like this "rugby" creature; it's the same old nutter stigologist with yet another avatar! Time to get back in here? Let the directors do the talking; Camkids Group PLC 04 February 2015 Camkids Group plc ("Camkids", the "Company" or the "Group") Trading update and statement on share price Camkids Group plc (AIM: CAMK), a leading Chinese designer, manufacturer and distributor of branded outdoor clothing, footwear and equipment for children and teenagers, announces the following trading update. As explained in the Group's trading announcement on 17 November 2014, the Group's distributors are adopting a cautious approach towards 2015 given the macro-economic backdrop in China and the reduction in consumer spending. In light of this backdrop, in December 2014 certain of the Group's distributors requested the postponement or cancellation of some orders which, by way of a commercial gesture aimed at maintaining good relationships with certain of the Group's key distributors, totalled RMB 79m (unaudited). As a result of this the Directors anticipate that the Group's net profit after tax will be approximately 12.5% (unaudited) behind market forecasts. The Board has been reviewing the Group's planned cost base for 2015 with a view to maintaining the Group's net profit as much as possible and further announcements will be made at the appropriate time. As announced on 29 September 2014, the Group has purchased an additional piece of land not far away from the existing factory in order to develop the Group's new facilities. Construction had originally been scheduled to commence in early 2015. As part of the Group's review of its planned cost base, the Group has decided to delay the construction whilst it evaluates other potentially cheaper alternatives, including leasing or purchasing an existing one. The Group's cash balances as at 31 December 2014 were RMB 410m (unaudited). The Group is increasingly looking to manage its treasury function in a more pro-active manner and in April 2014 placed approximately RMB 100m in a 12 month deposit account at a 3% pa interest rate. The Directors note the recent falls in the Company's share price and consider that the current price fundamentally undervalues the Group. As stated above, the Group's cash balances as at 31 December 2014 were RMB 410m (unaudited), equal to 57p per share or 370% of the Company's market capitalisation as at 3 February 2015. The Group remains committed to its AIM listing.
07/3/2015
07:37
philjeans: Ignore the lying shorters - who come up with a fresh user-name every week like this "rugby" creature; it's the same old nutter stigologist with yet another avatar! Time to get back in here? Let the directors do the talking; Camkids Group PLC 04 February 2015 Camkids Group plc ("Camkids", the "Company" or the "Group") Trading update and statement on share price Camkids Group plc (AIM: CAMK), a leading Chinese designer, manufacturer and distributor of branded outdoor clothing, footwear and equipment for children and teenagers, announces the following trading update. As explained in the Group's trading announcement on 17 November 2014, the Group's distributors are adopting a cautious approach towards 2015 given the macro-economic backdrop in China and the reduction in consumer spending. In light of this backdrop, in December 2014 certain of the Group's distributors requested the postponement or cancellation of some orders which, by way of a commercial gesture aimed at maintaining good relationships with certain of the Group's key distributors, totalled RMB 79m (unaudited). As a result of this the Directors anticipate that the Group's net profit after tax will be approximately 12.5% (unaudited) behind market forecasts. The Board has been reviewing the Group's planned cost base for 2015 with a view to maintaining the Group's net profit as much as possible and further announcements will be made at the appropriate time. As announced on 29 September 2014, the Group has purchased an additional piece of land not far away from the existing factory in order to develop the Group's new facilities. Construction had originally been scheduled to commence in early 2015. As part of the Group's review of its planned cost base, the Group has decided to delay the construction whilst it evaluates other potentially cheaper alternatives, including leasing or purchasing an existing one. The Group's cash balances as at 31 December 2014 were RMB 410m (unaudited). The Group is increasingly looking to manage its treasury function in a more pro-active manner and in April 2014 placed approximately RMB 100m in a 12 month deposit account at a 3% pa interest rate. The Directors note the recent falls in the Company's share price and consider that the current price fundamentally undervalues the Group. As stated above, the Group's cash balances as at 31 December 2014 were RMB 410m (unaudited), equal to 57p per share or 370% of the Company's market capitalisation as at 3 February 2015. The Group remains committed to its AIM listing. - Ends
06/3/2015
15:28
philjeans: Camkids Group PLC 04 February 2015 Camkids Group plc ("Camkids", the "Company" or the "Group") Trading update and statement on share price Camkids Group plc (AIM: CAMK), a leading Chinese designer, manufacturer and distributor of branded outdoor clothing, footwear and equipment for children and teenagers, announces the following trading update. As explained in the Group's trading announcement on 17 November 2014, the Group's distributors are adopting a cautious approach towards 2015 given the macro-economic backdrop in China and the reduction in consumer spending. In light of this backdrop, in December 2014 certain of the Group's distributors requested the postponement or cancellation of some orders which, by way of a commercial gesture aimed at maintaining good relationships with certain of the Group's key distributors, totalled RMB 79m (unaudited). As a result of this the Directors anticipate that the Group's net profit after tax will be approximately 12.5% (unaudited) behind market forecasts. The Board has been reviewing the Group's planned cost base for 2015 with a view to maintaining the Group's net profit as much as possible and further announcements will be made at the appropriate time. As announced on 29 September 2014, the Group has purchased an additional piece of land not far away from the existing factory in order to develop the Group's new facilities. Construction had originally been scheduled to commence in early 2015. As part of the Group's review of its planned cost base, the Group has decided to delay the construction whilst it evaluates other potentially cheaper alternatives, including leasing or purchasing an existing one. The Group's cash balances as at 31 December 2014 were RMB 410m (unaudited). The Group is increasingly looking to manage its treasury function in a more pro-active manner and in April 2014 placed approximately RMB 100m in a 12 month deposit account at a 3% pa interest rate. The Directors note the recent falls in the Company's share price and consider that the current price fundamentally undervalues the Group. As stated above, the Group's cash balances as at 31 December 2014 were RMB 410m (unaudited), equal to 57p per share or 370% of the Company's market capitalisation as at 3 February 2015. The Group remains committed to its AIM listing. - Ends -
04/2/2015
09:30
philjeans: 04 February 2015 Camkids Group plc ("Camkids", the "Company" or the "Group") Trading update and statement on share price Camkids Group plc (AIM: CAMK), a leading Chinese designer, manufacturer and distributor of branded outdoor clothing, footwear and equipment for children and teenagers, announces the following trading update. As explained in the Group's trading announcement on 17 November 2014, the Group's distributors are adopting a cautious approach towards 2015 given the macro-economic backdrop in China and the reduction in consumer spending. In light of this backdrop, in December 2014 certain of the Group's distributors requested the postponement or cancellation of some orders which, by way of a commercial gesture aimed at maintaining good relationships with certain of the Group's key distributors, totalled RMB 79m (unaudited). As a result of this the Directors anticipate that the Group's net profit after tax will be approximately 12.5% (unaudited) behind market forecasts. The Board has been reviewing the Group's planned cost base for 2015 with a view to maintaining the Group's net profit as much as possible and further announcements will be made at the appropriate time. As announced on 29 September 2014, the Group has purchased an additional piece of land not far away from the existing factory in order to develop the Group's new facilities. Construction had originally been scheduled to commence in early 2015. As part of the Group's review of its planned cost base, the Group has decided to delay the construction whilst it evaluates other potentially cheaper alternatives, including leasing or purchasing an existing one. The Group's cash balances as at 31 December 2014 were RMB 410m (unaudited). The Group is increasingly looking to manage its treasury function in a more pro-active manner and in April 2014 placed approximately RMB 100m in a 12 month deposit account at a 3% pa interest rate. The Directors note the recent falls in the Company's share price and consider that the current price fundamentally undervalues the Group. As stated above, the Group's cash balances as at 31 December 2014 were RMB 410m (unaudited), equal to 57p per share or 370% of the Company's market capitalisation as at 3 February 2015. The Group remains committed to its AIM listing. - Ends -
07/1/2015
10:48
silkywhite: AIM rocked by dividend culture clash By Andrew Hore | Tue, 30th September 2014 - 09:03 Share this AIM rocked by dividend culture clash Children's clothing and footwear company Camkids (CAMK) has followed logistics business China Chaintek (CTEK) in cutting its dividend but dressing this up by offering a higher scrip dividend. Cutting the dividend is a symptom of the problem, which is that the cash dividend levels used to attract investors were too high in the first place. The management of Chinese companies can't be expected to understand UK investors and even British company management teams will not necessarily comprehend that some shareholders are predominantly interested in growth and others want an income. Investors seeking income would generally prefer a predictable, and hopefully rising, dividend and not one which moves up and down each year - and they do not want additional shares. A major Chinese shareholder tends to be happy to take shares rather than a cash dividend so they have a different mentality. This is why companies have advisers - they are not there just to sell shares. They should be advising their clients that a steady, progressive payout is better than a rollercoaster dividend. Whether the company listens or not is another matter. More recently Chinese companies, such as Camkids and China Chaintek, have floated on the back of the fact that they can generate cash and pay dividends. Their brokers have sold the shares to investors on the back of apparently attractive yields. So, it was in the interests of the brokers that the yields were high and their analysts initially predicted that the dividends would be edged up. Both Camkids and China Chaintek were both growing companies when they floated and that growth requires funding. The advisers should have made sure that there was enough cash being kept in the business so that expected and additional growth opportunities are covered. They will surely have advised the companies on the appropriate level of dividend. Laughable dividend announcements The initial problem of too high a dividend has then been compounded by the laughable dividend announcements which believe that the scrip dividend is the main dividend and the cash dividend is just a potential alternative kindly offered by the company. To quote China Chaintek; "the company will pay an interim scrip dividend of 2 pence or a cash alternative of 1 pence". I may be old fashioned, but to me the cash dividend is the dividend and then shareholders can be offered an alternative of taking the dividend in shares. Yet again, this is the advisers' fault not the company's. Even if the company thought that this was an acceptable wording then they should have been advised against it. More likely, though, the advisers thought that this was a good way of announcing a cut in the dividend as an unchanged dividend and save face. On top of this, the amount of cash involved is pretty small with the main Chinese shareholders tending to take their dividend in shares anyway. China Chaintek, which is advised by Daniel Stewart and previously had ZAI Corporate Finance as nominated adviser, halved its cash dividend to 1p a share, while maintaining the scrip dividend. Based on the take-up of the scrip dividend when the final dividend was paid, and assuming no additional scrip dividend take-up, this will save around £110,000. Halving the final dividend will save a further £220,000. Cash generation China Chaintek had more than £40 million in the bank at the end of June 2014 and it has been generating cash, although it does require around £60 million to complete the construction of a new facility by 2016. Additional cash will also be required to open regional centres to satisfy e-commerce demand. Previously, Daniel Stewart forecasts suggested that continued cash generation meant that there would be cash left after investing in the new facility. Similarly, Camkids, which is advised by Allenby, says that it is paying an increased scrip dividend of 2.4p a share or 2p a share cash dividend. The cash saving for Camkids on cutting its interim dividend by 0.3p a share is £231,000 - if everybody took cash. The main 66.9% shareholder took shares last time and, although he says he will not increase his percentage shareholding he is likely to take most of the dividend in shares again, this suggests that in reality less than £80,000 would be saved by Camkids. Camkids had net cash of £48.6 million at the end June 2014, which, at the equivalent to 64p a share, is higher than the share price. Admittedly this is a high point for cash and it is likely to be much lower at the year-end. At the end of 2013, net cash was just over £30 million and Allenby reckons that it should be more than £40 million at the end of this year. Allenby also forecasts cash that is the equivalent of more than £50 million by the end of 2015. It should be noted that RMB/£ exchange rate movements will affect these figures to some degree but the underlying cash figure is expected to increase. Forward planning needed It is always right for a company to cut its dividend if it needs to conserve its cash. Both Camkids and China Chaintek do have investment programmes and new opportunities have come along, but the dividend reductions should not have been needed. There should have been enough forward planning to cover these additional opportunities and the dividend should have been set accordingly. A special dividend could be paid if the company had more cash than it required. Admittedly, these dividends may have helped to sell the shares but they have not helped to hold up the share price. This will have disappointed the management teams and there is a suspicion that this could be why they may not be keen to continue to pay the previous level of cash dividend. However, much of the share price weakness has been due to stock overhangs - something that the adviser needs to manage. If these companies increase the cash dividend next year there will be no confidence that it will not be cut again the following year, thereby negating the attraction to investors seeking a steady income stream. It is very easy to attack Chinese companies when things go wrong, and there are additional pitfalls to investing in any non-UK company, but in reality it is the advisers' promises that attract the companies to AIM. If their advice is poor then it is the company and the investor that lose out.
30/9/2014
11:18
jerc: UBER-TIPSTER SIMON THOMPSON (investor's chronicle) -Still very upbeat in this update published for online subscribers today........ " The share price of Camkids (CAMK: 54p), the Aim-traded Chinese designer, manufacturer and distributor of outdoor apparel, has been incredibly volatile in the six weeks since I advised averaging down your holdings at 51p (‘Bargain shares new buying opportunities, 12 August 2014'). This is almost entirely down to a number of factors, none of which reflect the operational performance of the company. The cancellation of the dividend at Chinese rival Naibu (NBU: 23p) clearly spooked investors and prompted me to exit that particular holding, but it also had a negative effect on sentiment towards Camkids. To compound matters a suspected fraud at Frankfurt listed Chinese company Ultrasonic has created further concerns and highlighted the potential for financial irregularities in companies from the region. It’s hardly a surprise then that some investors have tarred Camkids with the same brush and dumped the shares. But these worries have proved wholly unjustified. For starters, the company has just declared a 4 per cent rise in the interim scrip dividend to 2.4p a share. Shareholders can alternatively opt for a cash dividend of 2p a share, the same as the final dividend declared earlier this year. The company can easily afford to make the payment because in the latest six month trading period its operating profit rose 3.5 per cent to £12.6m (using a sterling Renminbi exchange rate of £1:RMB9.99) on revenues 5.8 per cent higher at £45.9m. Net profits of £9.1m covered the £1.5m cash cost of the payout almost six times over. Furthermore, with the first half of the financial year strong for cashflow as distributors settle accounts for sales made in the seasonally stronger second half, the company’s net funds increased from £31.1m at the end of December to £48.6m. That’s the equivalent of 64p a share, or 10p a share more than Camkids own share price. Or put it another way, with Camkids commanding a market capitalisation of £40m, or half its net asset value of £80m, we are getting a free ride on half the company’s assets and £8m of its own cash. It’s worth flagging up that the company has no bad debts amongst its distributors too. That’s important because Camkids’ extends credit for 120 days and had trade receivables of £33.3m at the end of June. Extreme undervaluation Such an undervaluation seems extreme to say the least, even after factoring in the negative sentiment towards Chinese companies, given that Camkids’ board are able to easily fund that 4.4p a share dividend in the future. The rolling 12-month yield is 8.4 per cent. It’s clear to me too that the company’s planned investment in a new production facility at a cost of £20m – the current one is running at 85 per cent capacity – can largely be covered by cashflow over the next couple of years without eroding that bumper cash pile. It’s also worth pointing out that Camkids’ focus on the children’s market is a key differentiator of the business from the cut throat adult apparel and clothing market. Based in the Fujian province in China, the company sells its merchandise to 17 authorised distributors operating over 1,300 franchised retail stores. True, the children’s branded clothing market is still highly competitive and a number of global brands are offering larger discounts on their product ranges in China. But by offering value for money branded outdoor clothing for teenagers and children, and targeting tier three and four cities in China to expand its reach – the number of retail outlets has increased from 1,100 since June 2013 – the business has been able to withstand these pressures. Addressing shareholder concerns A key issue concerning investors, and weighing on Camkids’ share price, has been the 66.9 per cent shareholding of chairman Zhang Congming. That’s because if he continues to take up the dividend as a scrip option, and other investors opt for the cash payment, then his holding will eventually increase to 75 per cent of the 77m shares in issue. It is at this level at which a delisting of the shares from the Alternative Investment Market could take place, if he so desired. Mr Congming was issued with 1.58m scrip shares in lieu of the final dividend of 2p a share in July which raised his stake from 66.28 per cent of the issued share capital. It’s therefore worth noting that although Mr Congming will opt for the scrip option for his interim payout, the number of the scrip shares issued will be capped so that his percentage shareholding in the company will not increase. The balance of the dividend will be paid in cash to him. I feel this is a wise decision and one that should help allay investors’ fears about Camkids’ Aim-listing and the motives of the majority shareholder. Another issue affecting sentiment has been selling by some Chinese shareholders who backed the company before it listed on Aim. But I understand that the stock overhang has now cleared which could be significant given this has been a dead weight on the share price. Value on offer Post the half-year results, analyst Matt Butlin at nominated adviser and brokerage Allenby Capital edged up his 2014 EPS estimate by 3 per cent to 26.6p, reflecting recent weakening of sterling against the Renminbi. This is based on full-year pre-tax profits of £27.3m, down around 10 per cent on 2013, on relatively flat revenues of £109m. True, there is a strong second half bias to Camkids’ sales (58 per cent of the full-year revenue estimate), and even if that forecast is hit then profits are still expected to decline for the 12-month period. However, I feel that this is more than reflected in the current valuation as the shares are only rated on a miserly two times earnings estimates. It is also fair to say that such a rating would imply the company has gone ex-growth. That is close to the mark as Allenby forecasts 2.5 per cent uplift in revenue and pre-tax profits next year. But even taking that into consideration, such an earnings multiple is simply too harsh for a profitable and cash generative operation. Other investors may be starting to see things my way too: the shares jumped 18 per cent post results, albeit only back to the level of my update last month. Admittedly, it’s going to take time for sentiment to improve to the extent that Camkids can command a more sensible rating, but I still feel it will eventually and on a bid-offer spread of 52p to 54p, I remain a buyer of the shares. "
06/6/2014
14:20
graham1ty: It is tipped again today by ST in the online version. Here is part of it: Chronic undervaluation However, the chronic undervaluation is even more extreme because Camkids' net cash ended the year at £30m, or 40p a share. That's the equivalent of 60 per cent of the company's current market capitalisation of £50m. In other words, strip out the cash pile and the equity is being valued on just one times net profits. Moreover, with cash flowing into the business post the year-end as inventories have been turned into cash and distributors settled accounts, net funds reached £37m, or 49p a share, by the end of February. The cash pile aside, the dividend is attractive: Camkids declared a full-year dividend of 4.3p a share and one covered six times over by post-tax profits. It also means that with the shares being offered in the market at 68p, the historic yield is chunky at 6.3 per cent. Trading on a 25 per cent discount to book value, priced on a cash-adjusted PE ratio of one, yielding 6.3 per cent and with the trading update confirming profits are in line with analysts' estimates after five months of the current financial year, I can't see how the shares can be anything other than a bargain buy. The chart formation is also positive as it appears from my lens that the share price has based out and a further attempt to breach a former support level of 82p is on the cards. I would be buying now, as there is no reason on fundamentals why the shares should be so lowly rated. Moreover, if Camkids' share price does rise above the 82p level, then the 88p listing price in December 2012 would be the next obvious target. My own view is that the company's equity is worth at least double the current share price and I have no hesitation in repeating my previous buy recommendation.
28/4/2014
13:11
yasz: Simons's previous comments - In my opinion, we need some perspective here. At the current level Camkids shares are woefully undervalued on fundamentals and from a technical perspective are massively oversold too. The 14-day RSI is on the floor and is giving a reading well below 20! The share price is also 40 per cent below its 200-day moving average. Moreover, if short sellers have moved in, as I am sure has been the case, then any good news flow later this month will undoubtedly see short covering as they scramble to close their short positions. With the company's full-year results due out in mid-April, we don't have long to wait for what should be a decent set of results to prompt that. Chronically undervalued on fundamentals Indeed, we already know that the company's revenues and post-tax profits both increased by more than 14 per cent in the 12 months to end December 2013. For good measure, the order book was ahead 7 per cent in the first two months of the current financial year. We also know that Camkids has not been impacted by rivals discounting due to the resilience of its end markets in children clothing and the less crowded outdoor sportswear such as hiking, climbing and skiing. This business focus differentiates Camkids from general sportswear companies which tend to target markets for running, basketball, soccer and tennis. These specific end markets have endured a torrid time due to intense competition and overproduction. It is this misunderstanding of Camkids business which explains why the shares are so lowly rated. In fact, assuming EPS rises from 26.3p to 30.8p last year as analyst Matt Butlin at brokerage Allenby Capital forecasts, then the historic PE ratio is only two! And it's not as if the company has any financial worries to justify such a ludicrous rating. For instance, on the back of a bumper cashflow performance the company's net funds had swollen to £31m at the end of December, or an eye-catching two thirds of its current market capitalisation of £47m. Strip out a cash pile of around 40p a share from the current share price of 60p, and the shares are trading on a cash adjusted historic PE ratio of 0.7! Furthermore, it's not as if earnings growth is expected to grind to a halt as Allenby expects a modest rise in EPS to 32.1p in the current financial year. The investment case is also underpinned by significant dividend support. Having declared a 2.3p a share payout at the interim stage in September, analysts are pencilling in the declaration of a 3p a share final dividend at this month's results, rising to a total payout of 5.9p in the current financial year to end December 2014. On this basis, the prospective dividend yield is 9.3 per cent, rising to around 10 per cent in 2014! There is substantial asset backing too as Camkids equity is being valued 20 per cent below its last reported book value at the end of June. Clearly some discount needs to be factored into the valuation because Camkids is a small cap Chinese company, a segment of the market investors perceive carries more risk and something I was well aware of when I recommended buying the shares in the first place in February, but a forward dividend yield of 10 per cent and a cash adjusted PE ratio below one are extreme valuations in anyone's book. It's also fair to say that this miserly rating is unsustainable: either Camkids will in the very near future deliver results inline with analysts' estimates, and report a decent trading update to confound the sceptics, or it will warn on current year profits to justify the share price falls we witnessed last week. However, I just can't see that happening as the company issued an upbeat trading update little over six weeks ago and there is no indication that trading has deteriorated since then. If anything the read across from other Chinese retailers has been positive. For example, the board of Hong Kong listed 361 Degrees, a mass market, Fujian province, sportswear brand targeting the 18-30 age group, reported that the worst in the industry has passed. 361 Degrees' underlying sales actually rose in the final quarter of last year after several successive quarters of declines and has been expanding the number of children outlets even though it has been cutting back on its total number of stores. This adds credibility to Camkids strategy of targeting the kids market. So although Camkids share price decline will have unnerved some investors, I am not changing my positive stance at all. The chronic undervaluation is extreme on any measure and priced on a bid-offer spread of 58p to 60p the massively oversold shares rate a value buy in my book ahead of the forthcoming financial results.
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