Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Swallowfield Plc LSE:SWL London Ordinary Share GB0008667304 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 310.00p 300.00p 320.00p 310.00p 310.00p 310.00p 7,514 07:41:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 74.3 3.1 15.2 20.4 52.28

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10/12/201713:02SWALLOWFIELD Time to start buying. WAY below NAV and growing!707
16/11/201617:33Starting to pick up but a little more openness would help-
15/3/200611:06SWL with Charts & News-
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10/12/2017
08:20
Swallowfield Daily Update: Swallowfield Plc is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SWL. The last closing price for Swallowfield was 310p.
Swallowfield Plc has a 4 week average price of 300p and a 12 week average price of 267.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 420p while the 1 year low share price is currently 237.50p.
There are currently 16,865,401 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 69,932 shares. The market capitalisation of Swallowfield Plc is £52,282,743.10.
25/9/2017
12:46
karadas09: @martinthebrave. Looks like you were right, the finals have certainly reset the share price. Happy to hold these for a good while longer.
16/9/2017
11:37
countryman5: Were directors substantially rewarded when the share price reached £4? Does this mean clawback now that price is below £3? Tin hats for directors at AGM?
28/2/2017
16:29
hastings: A few thoughts, numbers that may be of interest. Http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/business/business-news/share-price-up-beauty-cosmetics-12669747
07/9/2016
11:16
investoree: What on earth is going on with the share price and where is the hidden value in SWL that Soros has apparently found? Am tempted to sell before they fall back having held for many years.
12/11/2015
21:31
countryman5: Well attended AGM with very up-beat presentations. Lots of new irons in the fire. LTIP kicks in when share price reaches 220p for well deserved Executive Directors.
16/10/2015
21:32
baner: no no this surge in the share price is most likely because there are rumors Shena Winnings and Ian McKinnon are imminently doing a come back here - the "Super Team" protected by certain pigfarming shareholders in the company a couple of years ago...........
27/2/2015
13:59
smithie6: btw Nephets 1) PG is expecting a cash lump sum from another co. where he has a big holding being bought.... so, in advance he could perhaps be investing some of that cash... 2) CRL Creightons share price also doing well in recent months.... as well as the SWL share price also produce/sell cosmetics etc Twitter @Fulltimeinvest
20/3/2011
17:15
markt: Hi Topvest (Apologies to any SWL readers...as I wander off thread a little with this post) I disagree when you say that "WSE has generally good investment record, if not spectacular" WSE share price and NAV is lower now than it was 10-15 years ago. 2006 warrant exercise price was 64p, X millions exercised if my memory is correct a South African mining Pension Fund bt 2.7 millions of new WSE shares at 56pin 1996-1997 (converted for 4:1 consolidation later). Warrants issue shares of 2007 resulted in 50p/share effective price, millions of shares exercised; 2 new for 5 old. . Total number of WSE shares has increased from 11M to 18M now. All of those shares are showing a notable loss, so the performance has not been spectacular. And the WSE share price now is 37p-43p. Definitely not spectacular !!. On the plus side, the WSE NAV and share price has been increasing since the market low of April 2009.....and if it manages to continue then the share price will hopefully increase. (the investment is Northbridge, I would agree has performed in spectacular way, from 1 pound cost to be in the 2 pound region now....but !!....imho, WSE did not take up all its rights in the rights issue at 125p !; turns out it was not a rights issue but a private placing, why ?) (WSE and LFI have sufferred drastically by staying invested in companies when the share price was falling, MWB, CRE..loss of millions of pounds...a major -ve factor of the LFI/WSE investing model/strategy imho. MWB was 300p, now it is 43p, LFI did not sell out, result, LFI share price crashed from 50p to 15p) Although one must admit that the last 10 years have been difficult times for investing, with market ups and downs, the 2007-2009 economic crash and banking collapse being the biggest for many decades. And with hindsight any analysis is of course very easy. And LFI/WSE are still around with NAV in same region as in the past, so there is the chance of recovery. While many companies have gone bust over the last 10-15 years. Hence at "this exact moment in time", the conclusion imho is that the the WSE/LFI investment strategy/model does not work. In the future hopefully it will be different. WSE and P.G. are trying to make things happen at SWL, eg. the EGM....hopefully we will see more news over the coming months...and hopefully the SWL share price may increase over time. WSE and P.G. have big investments in SWL so any changes they try to make, one can assumes that they expect to be beneficial to themselves, and hence to all shareholders. P.G. and WSE/LFI have lots of contacts and contacts of contacts....so I am hoping that any future changes at SWL that WSE/P.G. want would be beneficial to all SWL shareholders. P.G. owns around 30% of approx. 20 companies (or more) so he clearly has a lot of contacts with other directors and chairmen. Just a case of waiting to see what unravels I think.
19/3/2011
21:42
markt: One thing I don't understand about the SWL development approach.... Why develop a new factory in the Czech Republic (where labour costs are much lower) BUT also plan to develop the UK factory. If it is best to operate the factory in the UK then why open a factory abroad ? And if production is best done in the Czech republic then why plan to develop the 2 UK factories ( new manufacturing rooms at Wellington and Bideford are coming on line now) and operate 2 factories in the UK and 1 in the Czech Republic (extra management costs, security costs, more tax complication, extra inter factory transport costs etc) ? (SWL have been there before, with a factory in Belgium...which they then closed) The Czech factory has problems of production volatility. (if UK and Czech factories were 1 then there would be less volatility, the volatility has been created by the directors opening a factory in a distant country and moving some product lines there......so, volatility created by the directors). Production volatility reduces profitability (if production team are waiting since have nothing to produce.....or lightly loaded....; recent results show turnover up but profitability down !!) ==== WSE and P.G. can see the costs for the new manufacturing rooms arriving in this reporting period....and see that profitability remains low.....that is perhaps part of their reasoning for calling the EGM (my guess)...seeing that increasing profitability is very slow in arriving, or not at all. They are perhaps not so happy that the last report announces that the profit margin will reduce, when the aim of the company is to increase the profit margin. (and as big shareholders they want the see that profit margin will go up) Perhaps they are also concerned about the cosy image of the board. That is the image I have anyway. The current chairwoman was an ex-director if my memory is not wrong. And the board has recently called up Mr Organ, another past director. I can't see ex-directors as being likely to arrive and shake up the company or being willing to make significant changes to increase the profitability. (personally I would prefer a higher % of the dirs. to be like the ex-L'Oriel chap..with direct sector experience.....). ===== If I was WSE/P.G. (noting I have no experience in the SWL sector, and no interest in the sector !, yes I am invested via WSE) I would want the total value of Inventories and Receivables to be reduced. 18M pounds and cap. value of the company is only 15M !. 18M is high number imho compared to profit of approx 1M/year. Too high imho, especially if profit margin is small. And 2 customers are 35% of the revenue. If 1 customer from this 18M of Inventories/Receivables does not pay, or can only pay 1/2 then profit for the year would be killed. If 10% of receivables was not received = 1.8M, equals 2 years of profits ! One of the risks with SWL. ==== SWL share price has gone up since WSE invested....and other companies where WSE has invested the share price is now lower, X years later. So SWL has done better than some others. Doctors Direct went bust I believe, 750k or so lost, from WSE. (way over valued when invested imho, crazy). ==== Interesting imho that P.G. is receiving a high % return via the dividend. Nice to see that one of his investments has performed, so many have not ! (P.G. paid around 40p for large number of his shares, and dividend is around 6p I think, so a good return....but not so important, the past is the past). The dividend that is paid to WSE is consumed by the running costs of WSE. The WSE shareholders never get any of it. The money that WSE/LFI receives by having people sitting on the boards of companies where they invest helps pay the running costs of WSE/LFI. (Except for Mr D.C.Marshall, his pay for being on any board goes direct to an un-named company (I assume Mr Marshall's company, to avoid tax perhaps), not to WSE/LFI).
07/3/2011
19:27
markt: SWL compared with WSE and LFI (companies effectively controlled by Mr D.C.Marshall and his associate Mr Robotham) since 2000.... SWL average price around 80p. Price now, 140p. 75% higher. LFI average price perhaps around 25-30p. Price now 21p to buy. Below the average price. WSE. average price perhaps around 50p (eye averaging). Price now 43p to buy. Below the average price. So, at the moment, the SWL share price seems to have outperformed the WSE and LFI share prices since 2000. ...BUT, should also take into account the dividends paid, WSE has been paying 2p in various years (1 year no div) , 10 years = 20p. LFI have been paying around 1p div. , over 10 years = 10p. (rough numbers, you can add it up exactly if you want). If adds these dividends, then SWL share price still outperforms WSE and LFI share prices over 10 years, from what I can see anyway.
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