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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
08/9/2015
19:25
incredible. muppettry on the grandest scale.
lionheart79
21/1/2015
13:08
I've decided not to participate in the tender, in the vague hope the capital raised from the disposal of remaining assets will be higher than expected. Also 20% doesn't amount to a lot of cash for me.
lionheart79
07/1/2015
17:49
I'm tendering my basic entitlement.
topvest
07/1/2015
10:23
View: if you hold the NAV should rise as a result of the tender. Vulnerability to the underlying is increased for better or worse. I'm tendering some because I need the money. I followed a value arbitrage investor in (see WAM thread). http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=24182742
praipus
07/1/2015
09:04
You need to read the section "Background to and reasons for the Tender Offer" Http://www.cambium.je/NewsPDF/CGTL%20-%20Tender%20Offer%20Circular%20-%20January%202015.pdf
praipus
06/1/2015
22:30
So they are offering to buy 20% of our shares at 25p... Is this the start of the winding down of the Company?Hardly seems worth it for my holding. What is everyone else doing, or if you have no holding, any views?
lionheart79
03/12/2014
12:08
Difficult not to agree with you. Pleased to see a NAV being printed....at last a step in the right direction.
praipus
26/11/2014
10:34
nav down to 33p which doesn't include future disposal costs etc http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2014/article/64566117
hugepants
12/11/2014
13:20
RNS Number : 8054U Cambium Global Timberland Limited 21 October 2014 21 October 2014 Cambium Global Timberland Limited (the "Company") Publication of Net Asset Value ("NAV") The Directors of the Company wish to announce that in the light of the changes to the operational management of the Company approved by shareholders at the AGM on 16th October 2014, it is intended to replace the publication of the "desk top" net asset value as at 31st July 2014 with an accelerated announcement of the 31st October 2014 net asset value (which will still be subject to review by KPMG) based on the independent third party valuations for that date together with consideration by the Board and the Operations Manager of any other relevant information. A further announcement will be made in due course.
praipus
12/11/2014
13:18
must have wanted their money back
praipus
13/10/2014
09:25
Now thats a todo its just gone blue Has someone bought a tree from the company ??
h d shoring
08/10/2014
16:00
Could this end up as a shell with significant tax losses ? Must eventually be worth something to somebody ?
h d shoring
04/10/2014
12:16
Suits just rinsing this Dry! Despicable. No accountability or thought for shareholders whatsoever. The sooner it's wound up the better.
lionheart79
18/9/2014
17:25
No correlation with LB Lumber Long ETF's criminal levels of mis management at TREE?
praipus
31/8/2014
19:31
Hi Topvest, I had such high hopes that i had finaly found a winner when i bought these. Sadly it was another failure but i got out without too much of a lose. Reading your above figures, these should have been on Ofex / Plus (not sure of its present name) and described as high risk even for that market. Regards.
tenapen
31/8/2014
18:16
They had revenue of just £42k versus £53k in the prior year. Compare that with admin costs of £1,268k and forestry expenses of £1,251k and you do see what an absolute nonsense this all is, particularly when they overpaid for the assets in the first place. I know the timber revenue is back-end loaded, but when?
topvest
31/8/2014
18:13
Well this has been a spectacularly poor investment. Hopefully, they will be able to return a reasonable amount of cash of 30p+ but not overly confident. A merger with Phaunos is a possible way forward, but that company is nearly as bad. Timberland....avoid...lesson learnt! If an asset doesn't generate good cash flow then its probably not a great investment!
topvest
29/8/2014
10:44
Australian disposal news http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2014/article/63411923
praipus
30/7/2014
14:46
One arbitrageur out another goes in.
praipus
31/1/2014
16:18
Half year report http://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=60866300 The main issue seems to be Brazil. Not allowing non nationals to own land...lol Ok for Brazil to sell football players just not tree's or earth!..lol! From emerging BRIC tiger economy bread basket of the world to medievel witch hunting and the laughing stock of South Americs's. Sad really.
praipus
01/1/2014
17:28
Yes, very poorly run. Just goes to show that having a top notch Chairman doesn't always count for much. It looks to me like Cambium and Phaunos both just invested shareholders' money in a load of over valued timber assets. Whoever sold them their initial portfolio must have been very happy indeed. I will never invest in timber again. The negative cash flow is a very strong hint. I should have known better, so I have myself to blame, but at least I have only got a few. Baillie Gifford must have been drunk at the wheel to invest £17 million in this rubbish. It's a clear orphan asset, if there ever was one. Should be some upside at some stage, but I wouldn't hold your breath!
topvest
01/1/2014
13:32
Yea... Shares magazine reckons the Forestry & Paper sector has risen 45% in 2013, one of the top performers.What on Earth is going on here for TREE to be opposite!
lionheart79
20/12/2013
15:48
Dunno, read somwhere that timber is/was correlated with economic growth...
praipus
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