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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cambium Global Timberland Limited LSE:TREE London Ordinary Share JE00B1NNWQ21 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 6.25 6.00 6.50 6.25 6.25 6.25 3,610 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Forestry & Paper 0.0 -0.2 -1.1 - 5

Cambium Global Timberland Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/8/2010
14:38
enjoy your week
ariane
03/8/2010
09:54
Results today, and another 3p divi. This is apparently regular and is costing about £3m, around half of the annual fall in NAV, and since they've created an enormous distributable reserve, they could carry on like this forever *except* that it's not being refilled by operating profits! Haven't yet looked at how much the board and managers are extracting from the company. If this starts to perform like the forestry ETF (epic WOOD) it should do well. Haven't bought and might not. EDIT: bought some on 03/08.
jonwig
01/8/2010
08:29
only treesing yew
waldron
25/7/2010
08:39
FY results should be announced next week - was 29/07 last year. Though I'm not expecting much I might buy some if the outlook is positive.
jonwig
03/7/2010
16:47
looks like he's branched out on his own
waldron
22/6/2010
14:58
I wondered if you were - haven't heard from you in age's. pc
pc4900074200
22/6/2010
14:53
still here
wild bill
05/6/2010
09:24
I only have a toe hold just now as i banked a smal profit. But Yes i agree TREE is a good long term investment.
tenapen
05/6/2010
09:06
Yup, I see the latest NAV is 89p (Jan 2010) and they paid a 3p divi last August. NAV will probably show a decline next time, and divi is probably not secure. Even so, I'd see these as a long-term investment.
jonwig
05/6/2010
08:56
Thanks for the link jonwig.
tenapen
05/6/2010
08:47
Mentioned in FT today as part of an article on investing in forestry: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/21a7813e-6ffe-11df-8698-00144feabdc0.html Article also mentions the Phaunos Timber Fund; I'm not so keen on that as I'm not a fan of Four Winds AM. Looks interesting.
jonwig
10/4/2010
17:17
The 'Trend Spotter' says Buy. http://quote.barchart.com/texpert.asp?sym=tree.LS&code=BSTK Short Term Indicators Average: . 100% - Buy Medium Term Indicators Average: . 50% - Buy Long Term Indicators Average: . ..67% - Buy Overall Average; . . . . . . . . .80% - Buy
tenapen
09/4/2010
11:49
With house price's both here and in the US rising and green shoots of recovery in the construction industry its no wonder there have been some 100k trades (mid price) in the last few days. With any overhand being eaten away its nice to see the share price ticking up. Regards.
tenapen
25/3/2010
20:30
400,000 bought / Sold at Mid Price (74.5p) the largest TREE trade i have seen.
tenapen
22/3/2010
18:44
Cheers Graham, ill give it a try. Its just the same TREE thread but with a better title IMO. As much as i have high hopes for TREE, it isn't with all the will in the world a"Great Name, Great Share".
tenapen
22/3/2010
14:27
tenapen. Apologies for not responding earlier. As I noted in post 30, all you need do to see a PLUS quote/trade is put into your monitor the epic followed by .GB - don't forget the full point between the epic and the GB!! Just off to look at your new thread....
grahamburn
20/3/2010
20:01
I hope all who are interested in TREE will join me on a new thread with a better title. http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=22073935 Regards.
tenapen
20/3/2010
19:58
.Cambium Global Timberland Limited (the "Company") Net Asset Value ("NAV") The Directors of the Company wish to announce that the estimated, unaudited NAV as at 31 January 2010 (calculated under IFRS and including current year revenue) is as follows: Net asset value per ordinary share 31 October 2009 = £0.91 31 January 2010 = £0.89
tenapen
20/3/2010
19:45
http://www.fao.org/forestry/en/ http://www.independent.co.uk/money/spend-save/invest-in-forests-where-money-really-does-grow-on-trees-525952.html http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/money/investment/article6989411.ece QUOTE; China's appetite for raw materials will be a key factor in determining the future price of timber. Some analysts have predicted that prices could soar by 300 per cent over the next decade as China imports vast amounts of timber to build new homes for the 20 million people moving to the cities each year. Regards,
tenapen
20/3/2010
19:40
http://woodforgood.com/ http://www.fao.org/forestry/en/ http://www.cambiumfunds.com/index.html Overview Cambium Global Timberland Limited ("Cambium") has been established to invest in a global portfolio of forestry based products. Cambium seeks to invest primarily in forestry assets which are or can be managed on an environmentally and socially sustainable basis. Cambium will seek out opportunities to gain value from the certification of its forest management systems, from the commercial development of environmental products and services, and from the reduction of risk by community engagement and workforce development. Investments may be managed for timber production, environmental credit production or both. The company will not engage in processing facilities. Cambium Global Timberland Limited was incorporated and registered in Jersey, Channel Islands. Cambium raised £104,350,000 in a placing by Teather & Greenwood Limited and joined AIM and the Channel Islands Stock Exchange on the 6th of March 2007. CP Cogent Asset Management, LP has been engaged by Cambium to act as the global asset manager and is responsible for all investment decisions. CP Cogent Asset Management, LP is a part of Cogent Partners, LP a quickly growing boutique investment bank with offices in Dallas, New York, London, and Tokyo. New Forests Pty Limited is providing investment advisory services. New Forests will advise on establishing a portfolio that comprises geographically diverse assets located in mature and developing markets as well as driving returns from emerging environmental markets such as carbon, biodiversity, and water quality. Returns from timberland are influenced by three factors: (i) biological tree growth; (ii) timber price changes; and (iii) changes in the value of the underlying land asset. The Company aims to establish a portfolio comprising geographically diverse assets located both in mature markets and in developing markets where potentially higher returns may be generated but with commensurately higher risk. Significant Holdings, up-to-date, I think: Baillie Gifford .............. 17,130,000 16.45 Rensburg Sheppards Inv Mgt ... 10,147,653 9.75 British Steel Pensions ....... 10,000,000 9.60 SVM Asset Management .......... 6,200,000 5.95 Artemis Inv Mgt ................5,125,575 4.92 Speirs & Jeffrey, stkbkrs ..... 4,426,006 4.25 Stafford Timberland ........... 4,363,487 4.19 Ashcourt Asset Mgt ............ 3,997,610 3.84 AXA Framlington Inv Mgt ....... 3,723,000 3.58 Rathbones ..................... 3,698,176 3.55 Co-operative Asset Mgt ........ 3,465,000 3.33 West Yorkshire PF ............. 3,150,000 3.03 D Adamson ....................... 550,000 0.53 C McGrady ....................... 300,000 0.29 M Richardson .................... 150,000 0.14 W Spitz ......................... 100,000 0.10 R Rickman ........................ 25,000 0.02 Total 104,130,000
tenapen
19/3/2010
15:56
Cheers Graham, I never look at PLUS. Ho Hum for the sells :-) i just top up £500 every so often with the hope that one day this one comes good. Regards. No wonder i stay well clear of plus. Could you post the link for the page Graham as i can not find it, Cheers.
tenapen
19/3/2010
13:59
A 748 trade showing on the PLUS market (tree.gb on ADVFN) - more or less 750(!!), tenapen. But some larger sells just gone through on the main market.
grahamburn
19/3/2010
13:21
The volume as picked up of late so i topped up again with a big 750 +/- not showing as yet.
tenapen
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