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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cake Box Holdings Plc LSE:CBOX London Ordinary Share GB00BDZWB751 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  10.00 5.56% 190.00 185.00 195.00 190.00 179.50 180.00 296,867 13:35:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 21.9 4.2 8.4 22.6 76

Cake Box Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/1/2022
16:05
https://darkhorseresearch.substack.com/p/weekender-26
saurish
28/1/2022
14:08
This will be a bargain when it stops falling. Its a great business the problem as was mentioned in the article by TMFMayn is the management seem to be still thinking its their own company. Hopefully this drop will waken them up to reality and they become more open and honest with the rest of the shareholders. I am not one anymore I sold long ago as as I thought it was over valued, as I say will be a bargain when it stops. TMFMayn good to see you kept the old name from TMF.
pogue
28/1/2022
12:57
The management here really are idiots.I first raised the breach of security data several months ago.Will these fools ever learn?
investographer
28/1/2022
10:36
Oh boy, what now?
purplepelmets
24/1/2022
17:02
In deed saurish, As I see it this simply gives us a bit more detail about what we already knew last year, my take is that Cbox has since strengthened the Board with more experienced market operators and ,hopefully, now in a much better position. I suspect they will be on the naughty step for a time but the market has a surprisingly short memory imo. ' '' .....The errors noted have no impact on the Group's reported profits, cash flows or balance sheet and the Company received a clean audit opinion for the year. As previously announced and as we continue to grow the business, a key priority for the Board remains underpinning growth with the appropriate level of experience and expertise for the Group's central functions, internal controls and processes. BDO has also been appointed to assist with implementing improved internal audit practices. The Board confirms that, since the Company updated the market with its half year results in November, trading in H2 has continued strongly and in line with expectations for the full year.''
parttime
24/1/2022
12:12
To all for the sake of clarity. It's not me who's written the article. The link is to the Twitter account of the person who wrote it who is not me. Sorry for the confusion. I'm a holder, who is waiting for the management response to this whole saga!
saurish
24/1/2022
11:39
@Saurish - "because the wrong figure has been circled here: £2,016,111 instead of £1,860,396 and this is most likely “The franchisee support fund”. He's highlighted the right figure. 2m is phantom. Payables should have increased by 1.86m & shown under it. The increase of 1.86m should not have been under " "Increase/(decrease)in other financial assets" > under your thesis. 2 things wrong here: 1) The figures should be switched if that's the case. 2) CFO is definitely inflated by 2m.
cirlbunting1
24/1/2022
10:44
Just think this is tainted now. Got out in the morning, will probably shoot up 50% now
mngf
23/1/2022
21:14
PATTISSERIE VALERIE PART 11 RUN FOR THE HILLS GATHER WHAT YOU CAN DONT LOOK BACK
purple11
23/1/2022
21:06
A counter argument to Maynard Paton reporthttps://twitter.com/blackswanshares/status/1485188276881342472?s=21
saurish
22/1/2022
22:09
The article is very good. Auditors walking for those reasons is a concern as it implies a lack of trust in management. From a 5 minute look there are some red flags and the cash flow statement is pretty obviously incorrect. As I've said before, something doesn't quite feel right with this company and the article has definitely revealed some worrying aspects for anyone willing to do the work on the numbers. The cash flow statement includes a c£1.9m cash inflow for an increase in other financial assets which is too high and the wrong way around! It's not clear what the c£1m of other financial assets are, but I suspect are loans to franchisees or something like that. If Other financial assets increased by c£0.9m in the year, then its a £0.9m cash outflow and not a c£1.9m cash inflow...hmmm! There is also a c£1m cash outflow from a build-up in debtors and a c£2m creditor stretch. Lots of related party transactions and franchisee debtor build-up, but no bad debt provisions. Be careful with this one!
topvest
22/1/2022
17:10
The accounts were filed last July and the auditors resigned in October. This is all old news and must surely have been factored in to the share value by now.
ditchsid
22/1/2022
17:04
Have management been given the right to reply or not.
thelongandtheshortandthetall
22/1/2022
11:39
[SharePad] Small-Cap Spotlight Report: CAKE BOX #CBOX
 An auditor becoming “concerned about the robustness of the Company’s control and governance frameworks” seems very alarming to me hTTps://knowledge.sharescope.co.uk/2022/01/21/cake-box-holdings-cbox/
tmfmayn
22/1/2022
09:11
Interesting article...
johndoe23
22/1/2022
00:41
https://maynardpaton.com/blog/Ouch
hydrus
18/1/2022
13:57
Agree with henryatkin. Also anyone seen the Chamdal's justify their November sale? Are they creating liquidity or just cashing out as think it's peaked...
jimmy2fingers
08/12/2021
16:59
I don't see why ASDA would want to own CBOX any more than Tesco would want to own Krispy Kreme or Morrisons want to own Timpson's shoe repairs/key cutting. It won't happen.
henryatkin
08/12/2021
14:50
My money is on a £6 per share by Asda- where Cakebox is now being successfully rolled out
martingredo
08/12/2021
14:48
Imo will be a £6 a share bid
martingredo
08/12/2021
09:55
Only a matter of time imo before Asda take over this share at £6 per share
martingredo
26/11/2021
00:25
Yep. Read the RNS. Thanks. Whether it's him or his wife is a bit immaterial. I did think based on the Stockopedia reflection whether to just leave profits invested and take capital out. But since my holding is just 1.5 percent of my SIPP and the CAKE holding is up 58 percent I think I am better off seeing this as a decent long term hold and just top up if the price slides back to 300p. Give this another few years and it is likely to be just a much better and more established business and probably one of the local high street survivors.
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