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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
  0.25 4.17% 6.25 6.00 6.50 6.25 6.00 6.00 0.00 14:32:47
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
06/11/2012
17:03
I bloody well hope we get a positive response to this strategic review that is underway, TREE has underperformed its peers and its time for some good news here...
lionheart79
10/7/2012
16:13
jonwig, thanks. I notice lumber prices in the USA up 20% ytd. Presume if company survives as is, a divi cut will be part of the strategic review. Agree - it's day will come.
ptolemy
06/7/2012
12:25
Ptolemy - TREE is observing AIC Best Practice: https://www.atstaction.co.uk/AICCodeofCorporateGovernance2010.pdf Separation of managers and BoD is part of this, hence non-exec status. Whether Cogent are the main culprits, or whether the capital structure of the fund (debt) weighs down performance I can't say. I do know that forestry hasn't been a performing asset for the past four years. (No position, but interested in the sector - its day will come.)
jonwig
05/7/2012
08:52
Does this boil down to a disagreement between McGrady and the board? In aggregate the ID hold a minuscule number of shares. Rather unusual that the company doesn't have any executive directors. Perhaps they need to look at the corporate structure rather, rather than just replacing the investment manager.
ptolemy
07/2/2012
10:12
another little tick up?
morkandmindy
07/2/2012
10:00
Very large trade just gone through, price bumped up. Any thoughts?
morkandmindy
27/1/2012
08:44
lionheart - the ETF, "WOOD" has performed very well this year. Sadly, I sold it much too early. If timber as an asset improves, I think TREE will be taken over, providing you with a decent price exit.
jonwig
27/1/2012
00:54
Not too happy with 23rd Jan interim statement. Nav per share down to 0.71. I still believe in timber as a fantastic commodity, but do wonder if cambium will ever turn a profit... Even if thy maintain the divi
lionheart79
05/8/2011
08:04
10 OUT 10 4 YOUR USUAL OBSERVATION ABILITIES
waldron
02/8/2011
10:04
Please excuse the leg pull but isn't it unusual that zoos only have one giraffe but a quantity of elephants
wild bill
28/7/2011
10:09
HAZEL SOUNDS QUITE A TREE(t)
ariane
25/7/2011
18:36
Radio 4 had an article about hazel and they mentioned that the Chinese are the largest buyer of British Hazelnuts! Some Zoo's buy the leaves and branches to feed their elephants and giraffe!
praipus
25/7/2011
12:23
Sorry, I can't answer the hazel question. I am growing the willow for fuel, I own the land but they don't take too much space, I'll answer the other part of the qestion when I cut them down, about 5 years from now...
wild bill
25/7/2011
11:06
Impressive growth. Hazel questions: What are Hazel like in comparison? Speed of growth? Market rate? Willow Questions: Where can you sell them? Do you own the land they are on? Do they cost much to harvest?
praipus
25/7/2011
10:53
my 800 willows are now circa 5 ft (started life at 6" about 20 months ago)
wild bill
22/7/2011
18:20
lionheart ... it's listed on the Channel Islands Stock Exchange, which is a recognised exchange for ISA purposes. This looks to be ready for another upswing, so good luck.
jonwig
22/7/2011
17:55
So I bought a few today, been looking at this sector for ages. Rather surprised I was allowed to buy in my ISA though... AIM listed, but as a 'fund' is that the reason they let me?
lionheart79
22/6/2011
09:28
Hi Jonwig, It felt for me that investing in wood / forests would be a no brainer in this carbon off-setting world ! sadly not that easy. Regards.
tenapen
22/6/2011
09:23
Yes, I followed that story, but won't visit it with cash! Incidentally, I did buy some PTF (despite the higher mgt charges than TREE), though I might miss some corporate action here.
jonwig
22/6/2011
09:17
Investing in Wood is not plain sailing even for the best of them !. http://noir.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601010&sid=a_vWgU68ww5U Paulson Not Alone as 'Mistake' on Sino-Forest Hurts Davis Funds Cont...
tenapen
19/4/2011
16:00
tenapen - PTF might actually be a better proposition now than TREE. NAV of $1.11 against share price of $0.80. Anyway, I sold my TREE at the end of last week. I'll look more closely at PTF over the (very long) weekend.
jonwig
17/4/2011
13:13
FINALS DDD Group, LiDCO Group, M. P. Evans Group, NetDimensions Holding Ltd. (DI), Phaunos Timber Fund Ltd. -------------- With Phaunos Timber Fund issuing their final results on Monday, their forward looking statement could give some out some clues as to where TREE are heading !.
tenapen
06/4/2011
08:24
Thanks GB. Here it is (more than the snippet): http://business.scotsman.com/business/One-to-watch-Cambium-Global.6746674.jp
jonwig
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