Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fox Marble LSE:FOX London Ordinary Share GB00B7LGG306 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 11.00p 10.50p 11.50p 11.00p 11.00p 11.00p 20,000 06:30:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.8 -2.8 -2.0 - 19.92

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Fox Marble Daily Update: Fox Marble is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FOX. The last closing price for Fox Marble was 11p.
Fox Marble has a 4 week average price of 8.50p and a 12 week average price of 6.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 12.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.50p.
There are currently 181,067,074 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 139,628 shares. The market capitalisation of Fox Marble is £19,917,378.14.
hector108: For devotees of the dark art of technical analysis or 'charting', the Fox price is at a critical point. Should it move through the present level on reasonable volume, then 16.5p should be easily attainable. In any event, the recent Beaufort write up and quite remarkable unsecured loan (especially given the relatively small shareholding of the director involved) both add substantial credibility to the strong buy case. Keep an eye on the chart!!
clocktower: If the loan cannot be repaid for any reason, I expect the parties concerned could agree to convert it for stock at a huge discount to any current share price and dilute every other holder out of site.
discusser: Warren Buffet says once you've made up your mind to buy the company for good reasons, do so and forget about the share price and keep the shares for a long time. I have shares in three companies where a) I think they have a terrific product b) lots of people will want it c) a large corporation or extremely rich moneybags backer is linked up with them in some way. I don't have much knowledge of their margins and they are not yet profitable as far as i know, though two of them seem to be about breaking even. Maybe they are speculations rather than investments.
czar: 18p will be a start but fully expect £1 a few years out, and dividends. Perfect for a retirement fund, dividends could easily be more than the current share price in the future.
haroldthegreat: thank you caradog for the information . when it is introduced I will look out for cans to take to the large stores and supplement my income diminished by my fox shares. Andy this is the answer to all fox holders problems. if you pick up 3 recyclables at 5p it will make up the loss on each fox share held. Probably be better than waiting for a dividend. This is the Eureka moment, get rid of all rubbish aim shares in the portfolio and go on the prowl for recyclables with a deposit on them. When I was a kid one got money back on Corona bottles. Just remembered . Cannot remember the amount of the deposit though ? Any other senile fox shareholders know the answer ? have googled it and found Ajred on 2014-06-17 12:48:52 When we were kids in the sixties there was a large building site near us where we would play. The builders would just throw away their empty Corona bottles and we would spend hours searching for them so we could take them to the Corona lorry for a 3d refund. I think a bottle of Corona cost about 1/6d so 6 empties would result in a bottle. My mum would rarely buy Corona as it did not last long enough! BUT IS THIS CORRECT ? and more searching gives the sum today after inflation so 3d is just over 1p in todays money with inflation becomes Price then, price now Amount: (price then) £ s d 3d Year:1956 Calculate Result Result: £ 0.30 so my assumption becomes 1 bottle collected gives the same increase in wealth as buying a fox share at 20p and waiting 100years for it to reach 50p. However one must give a wealth warning with this scheme as if you drop the bottle you will not make any income from it ,but you will be better off than buying the fox share and seeing a 13p loss on it now. flaw in my argument is you will not be alive to see the return in 100 years time. Unless you wish to purchase Haroldthegreat long life pills at 100£ per month. Soon to be Aim listed . Remember aim shares held for 2 years are IHT free.
miss womble: What is happening? Only sales today albeit small ones and the share price goes up almost 5%. Very suspicious methinks. MW
haroldthegreat: Caradog surely you do not expect to find a stonemason or stone distributor in times square. No doubt more entertaining investigations will appear. It is better than taking alcohol or antidepressants watching the decline in the share price.
exbroker: E. D. In this case it looks like the seller was a market maker, the trade was reported on the LSE and Plus markets at the same price, hence if there was stock in the market there is less of it now = Better for share price!
haroldthegreat: The share price continues to decline ,as in previous years. A RNs stating at least they are polishing and completing the product themselves would help. The problem there is that they stated the holy grail was the high profit to be made at that point.if the reality is different the price will collapse further.
andy: Wols, Exactly! Tom's article really is poor, in that he accuses people of: "which, according to the knockers, means it is going bust/is a fraud and that Fox will issue a profits warning" If he is referring to this thread, where did anyone make any of those comments? "This has seen the shares drift to 7.75p" No, the LACK OF SALES (as opposed to orders) has seen this drift to 7.75p. In fact before the Eboracum "news" was mentioned on the thread, the share price was lower! "As it happens Eboracum is not the major customer, it is one of the larger customers but there are now quite a few" Ok, do they include Banyan and Zhong, and how many sales have they processed recently between them all? Why not name the largest customers? "It pays to make phone calls to establish what is really going on." Who should we ring, Scott Oldfield? "a string and growing order book with a factory able to service its customers, including Eboracum." But SALES are needed, Fox have been poor this far in converting orders into sales. And then he goes on to accuse people (presumably us) of "fake news", basically lying!
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