|Finsbury Food Group
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Finsbury Food Share Discussion Threads
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|Am I right in understanding that the latest LTIP literally gives the shares for free to the Directors if the attached conditions are met? I sincerely hope not. It's good to have incentive schemes and perhaps these should allow directors to buy shares at the historical market price but no way should these already well paid people receive several additional multiples of their salaries just for doing their job well. This is symptomatic of the worst of our capitalist society.|
|an unhelpful signal from our chair.|
|So, it's Lonfin that have caused the recent share price dip - can't see it lasting long given our recent results and continued strong progress.|
|Any profit-taking seems to be balanced by more buying - after a little airing in the journals, we should see a sustained rise towards 150p.|
|Should have updated this yesterday to make several important observations:
Net operating cash earnings came in at £20m+ though below my £25m projection, can be used to repay loans and meet CapEx.
Dividends payout has doubled from last year, expect it to increase in the future, as the company completes repaying off its loans or pay down debt to a level agreeable with its banking creditors.
N.B. The cost of borrowing is cheaper than equity!|
|There are several things interesting about Finsbury Food giving it a decent competitive advantage, they are:
-Food licensing for big names like Disney.
-Producing famous cakes like The Simpsons, Hello Kitty and Peppa Pig.
-Manufacturing bread and cake for big grocery retailers.
-Also, service snacks to pubs, coffee chains and hotels.
All these niche areas have improved Finsbury’s operating margins and will lead to a future increase in dividend increase.
The shares have made a good recovery for three years and holders are likely to see a further 50% upside.
For more click here: hxxp://www.stockopedia.com/content/finsbury-food-group-done-a-five-bagger-and-still-presents-compelling-opportunities-150836/
All the best!|
|Ta Jambo - how is life in the gorilla enclosure these days?|
|Update from Panmure this morning, taken from Research Tree:
"FIF has delivered FY16 results slightly ahead of expectations. The results attest to FIF’s evolution, over the seven years of the current executive management team’s tenure, into the UK’s leading speciality baked goods manufacturer achieved through a consistent and unrelenting focus around: (1) customer/ consumer needs; (2) new product innovation; and (3) investment in a high quality asset base to drive low cost/efficiency and support operational excellence. The shares have been very strong recently (c.10% in the last month, thereby delivering +20% outperformance relative to the wider stockmarket over the past year) and have pushed beyond our 127p TP. Combining this with the lack of an upgrade to our FY17E PBTA, the shares may therefore pause for breath. We remain however very positive on FIF given: (1) its dominant scale to capture the available long-term growth opportunities; (2) its valuation discount (c.15%) to its small/mid cap peers; and (3) the likely M&A momentum/ optionality as an added investment attraction."|
|We are certainly attaining a critical mass that should enable us to strategically acquire promising bite-size complementary businesses whilst being big enough to fend off all but the most outlandish takeover bids. Given our outlook, it would be difficult for a predator to take us out for less than £2.50ps IMHO.|
|indeed nice results and an upbeat outlook
the 5% organic growth is an important result and great to see
the industry remains ripe for consolidation and I think FIF is positioning itself perfectly to participate in that consolidation, should the opportunity arise
I expect there are plenty of M&A opportunities out there, but that they are very optimistically valued by their current owners just now.|
|Superb results with every prospect of continued growth. Looking an attractive proposition on just under PER15 with very modest indebtedness, efficient systems and the capacity fot significant increase in turnover. All in all, this has been a prime example of a well-run, progressive company for the last few years with the market rightly responding to the consistently improving performance. I'd be very surprised if the share price doesn't continue climbing steadily towards 150p|
|know what you mean JP - more evidence of the mythical free market.|
|Hilton Food put out a positive statement recently, may be a bit of a read across here?|
|Tipped by Questor in Telegraph today may explain the rise.|
|price action like this always make me wonder if the forthcoming announcement has already been seen
am I paranoid?|
|I've got a few more than that but wish I'd put in many times the amount. Hindsight eh!|
|thanks, agree its a great share at the moment. just wish I had invested more ...only £500 @.21 ( hence why I am/was thinking of selling)|
|I've been here for several years when the share price was in the 30s - it's been a wonderful share to hold, watching the board make countless prudent moves that have yielded continual growth and dividends. The outlook remains strong and so I'd say why move you're money unless you know of dead certs elsewhere that can outperform. If only all of my shares had been this good.|
|Anybody got any predictions on how high this can go? Been greedy don't want to sell too soon.|
|strong performance today|
|Here we go|
|breakout looks imminent.|
|sp really holding up well despite some profit-taking - I'd be surprised if we don't see a further surge from here well into the high 130s. The fundamentals are just so solid coupled with modest debt levels|
|Looks as if the Mkt is catching-on to our TS news.|