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Aquatic Food LSE:AFG London Ordinary Share JE00BQQG1J93 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 12.50p 0 05:00:01
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 10,229.11 1,899.97 13.06 0.9 14.2

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stampylong trader: For Po Ling. I think when people see an a vacancy for a role - most people do not look at the company share price and other publicly available info, well not in depth. We as investors would probably do just that before applying for the job. Or she saw what we saw but the remuneration package was big enough to take a gamble and it would work out. I gave Po the benefit of the doubt and I thought she could turn the boat around, but she hasn't been able to. No reason was given for the resignation and no CEO "we wish her the best in her future endeavours" usual spiel. (I didn't invest)
caradog: Indeed, brwo, I posted some weeks ago the two non-execs, Sweet and Yap, had overseen catastrophic destruction of shareholder wealth in other companies, and that Yap was being economical with the truth in claiming he had a masters degree. No response. WCC share price collapsing some months after Po Ling left, amid concerns about accounting methods. Faith unshaken. The repeated AIM flotation of dubious Chinese companies is just another example of gross failure of regulation - Camkids, Naibu, China Chaintek, etc etc. Just read this: htTp://
galeforce1: Stirrup - it's definitely tempting to top up here, despite the big spread and despite the lack of news. But I think I think I'll wait to see details of the final dividend, even if that means paying more per share. It's not so much because of the actual GBP involved in the dividend. I'm concerned that if the company slashes the final divi (in the way they did with the interim divi) then credibility in the company won't improve, nor will liquidity and the share price will go on lingering at these current ultra-cheap levels, where the market cap in about a quarter of the cash on the balance sheet. If they pay a decent final dividend and state that they intend to go on doing this, then I think the share price could do quite well. A return to the IPO level would be a rise of about 5x.
galeforce1: I heard that AFG's NOMAD and the UK auditors are off to Yantai this month to take a look at AFG's operations. That seems positive. If AFG are paying for the NOMAD and auditors to visit them, that suggests a continuing commitment to a UK listing. I'm sure we won't get the Finals until that visit has taken place, so that means end of May/beginning of June. If the board decides to hold the final dividend at last year's level of 0.7p then we should see a decent rise in the share price. But whether they will do that is anyone's guess. I think they will probably reduce to 0.5p. At the current share price that would be total yield of about 6%.
brwo349: I am in absolutely no doubt whatsoever the accounts are false. There is not even a tiny part of me that believes they are true. Not even a minute part. The share price is the clue and why no directors or major shareholders are buying at an unbelievably cheap price. If this is a legitimate business why was it listed on the London AIM market when 95% of the other Chinese businesses have been unmitigated disasters for shareholders. If you owned a great business like this is supposed to be the last thing you would do would list it on the AIM market. Po Ling may be an honest person. After all how can she personally verify all the financials? It is up to the auditors to do that. Remember all the other Chinese frauds had their accounts signed off by auditors. I'm sure it is not difficult to forge an invoice for example. I think there may be a very small real business here but nowhere near the size portrayed. Shame on the people involved with this. It's shameful. They must look on western investors as sheep to be sheared. Maybe they are right. Some deserve a good shearing but not all.
galeforce1: It's not a good share for trading, because of the spread. When volume rises a bit, like today, the MM's push the spread right out and kill any volume. The best thing to do with AFG is to ignore the bid price and be prepared to hold these for several months or maybe longer than that. The market cap is crazily low here and sooner or later the share price here is going to at least 50p.
galeforce1: Amazing share price rise today at Haike (HAIK) another Chinese AIM-listed stock. Up about 100% as I type, taking its market cap from £5m to around £10m. If AFG can produce a decent Q4 trading statement it would be nice to think something similar could happen here. Perhaps not quite so dramatic. But perhaps the market cap could move from the current £15m to something more sensible like £25m. AFG is in many ways more investable than Haike. It's a bigger company, with a turnover almost twice Haike's. Haike's unaudited profit for 2015 is about £2m, whereas AFG should do something closer to £10m. A re-rating here is imminent, I think.
galeforce1: Caradog - no problem. It's nice to see that someone else is taking an interest in this totally unloved stock. But I suppose it's not surprising that the remaining Chinese companies on AIM are still unloved, given the series of disasters and frauds in 2015 (with Naibu, Camkids etc). Although AFG mainly sells frozen fish I think they also sell some fresh fish, but I don't know what the proportion is. Someone asked that question at the AGM. I don't remember the answer. Hopefully we will see the AFG share price doing well in 2017. It's possible the company will take on a broker and try to give it a bit of a push later this year. The UK-based NEDs said they advised the board that any attempt to do that in 2016 would be a waste of time and effort. I'm sure that was the correct advice. But with a strong new CFO in place, and calmer views towards Chinese companies beginning to be heard, a marketing push might work better now. But the company would need to suggest a better divi, I think. We should see the full year results a bit earlier this year, maybe in March or April. The AGM might get moved forward to June. Perhaps the Chinese execs will visit then as part of the marketing push. We should see the Q4 trading statement around the end of Jan/ beginning of Feb. Nothing much is going to happpen till then. I'm tempted to add, but already have quite a big holding, after regular buying through 2016.
brwo349: hxxp:// 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://
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