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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Camellia Plc LSE:CAM London Ordinary Share GB0001667087 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7,375.00 7,350.00 7,400.00 - 0.00 16:29:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 291.5 22.3 300.5 24.5 204

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/1/2021
14:16
I like to have it in my portfolio. Beyond commodity fluctuations it should hold it's value due to the underlying assets and the prudent administration. If you want a diverse portfolio there might not be any other shares you could get that would be comparable in terms of sectors and locations, also there is diversity within the company itself, e.g. cold-chain distribution and powder coating something or other. That said it is only 2% of my portfolio.
nerdlinger
07/1/2021
13:58
Will it or won't it confirm the larger INVH&S pattern? Need eod close above 7490 to confirm.
bamboo2
26/12/2020
19:06
Nerdlinger, yes the spread is off-putting. There is no Golden Cross here yet, but it looks inevitable early in 2021. Kakuzi is already in the price imo. Tea and other products pricing look like they could be on the rise. ============================== I have spent the last few years attempting to trade both reversals, as is the case here, and continuation patterns. 2020 has so far seen continuation patterns win time after time. I have, however, not let that put me off looking at reversals, and I have found Sperandeo's 1-2-3 trend change pattern works quite well. I'm still quite new to trading and happy to have a go at trading any UK based stock.
bamboo2
26/12/2020
17:51
I'm surprised to see trader talk about this share considering the big margin between buy and sell prices. That said, the Kakuzi legal action really smells of hedge funds trying to lower the price for a trading profit so who knows. I'm just invested for the long term, currently in the red but not overly concerned. So is the Golden Cross backed up by any similar commodity price movements?
nerdlinger
26/12/2020
12:21
Piedro, I tend to keep to the 'standard' 50/200sma cross, as this is quite widely used. The data input I use is normally last market price, as mid priced based charts seem to produce slightly different values for indicators, and often show things like gaps, that are not evident on the last market price based chart. All live and interactive charts produced by advfn are mid price based.
bamboo2
26/12/2020
11:58
bamboo2, thank you, and Best Wishes for the New Year Which SMAs are you using for your g.cross?
piedro
26/12/2020
10:33
Piedro, Seasons greetings! Just checking out charts for any possible inter Xmas to New Year moves, and noticed on my last market price based chart, that the close on 24/12/2020 was the first time that price has closed above the 200sma since 1/8/2019 200sma is bottoming and the chart could show a golden cross as soon as February 2021
bamboo2
20/12/2020
12:08
Piedro, In looking for the upper trendline break, you have to decide on timescale for the trendline. I can see why May caught your attention. Using a daily chart I can see that steps 1 & 2 were fulfilled soon after, but not step 3 I almost went for it in October, but a H&S pattern had confirmed by then, and that kept me wary. The higher low at the start of November is what I consider step 1. Step 2, the test of the low at step 1, is at the beginning of December. Step 3, confirmation of the trend change, is the eod close on Thursday December 17 above the recent high.
bamboo2
20/12/2020
07:21
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atino
20/12/2020
07:07
Good luck bamboo2. I topped up back in May thinking the downward trend had been broken. Would Sperandeo's 1-2-3 have saved me? [Chart from ShareScope]
piedro
18/12/2020
15:21
Piedro, I have been watching the chart, and we have finally got confirmation of a trend change. This is using Victor Sperandeo's 1-2-3 trend change method. Http://thepatternsite.com/123tc.html Bought a few.
bamboo2
24/11/2020
07:38
The teacup from the victims lawyers point of view. hTTps://www.leighday.co.uk/News/Press-releases-2020/October-2020/Camellia-Plc-faces-legal-claim-in-London-for-alleg
flyfisher
15/11/2020
09:51
storm in a teacup...
scepticalinvestor
26/10/2020
14:28
What about the issues at Kakuzi?
crumppot
26/10/2020
12:33
Hi bamboo2, We are certainly honored having you looking in. Perhaps a basket case but plenty of cheep assets. Danger of expropriations in Africa and tea not trendy cf #216
piedro
26/10/2020
11:33
Hi Piedro, This is on my monitor. A few potential turns show on my chart, 28/10/2020 and 2/12/2020 Whats the case for buying?
bamboo2
19/8/2020
13:08
FYI, Global Tea Prices Rise Unexpectedly by Dan Bolton August 14, 2020 https://tinyurl.com/yx96qmyg Indian Tea’s Sustainability Story by Aravinda Anantharaman June 25, 2020 https://tinyurl.com/y57ckcqu
piedro
18/8/2020
06:06
Getting rid of Horizon Farms. There is plenty more pruning to be done. Will the Brazilian farm also go? South America is becomming more stable and has a good climate for Avocados and the Argentine tea plantations are reasonably respectable. AIMO
piedro
09/7/2020
21:42
Still wouldn't touch this even with Prince Charles's large wad. The changing climate, over production, new regulation in Kenya, Covid 19 in India could mean you get royally screwed over.
mach100
09/7/2020
14:30
Good call of yours Tired(not so old)Broker at 7750. Just traded at 8200.
coolen
03/6/2020
15:24
" I wouldn't leave my teabag in here for too long!" That's just what is necessary here. This is a long term recovery play where the rearrangement of assets will take years. IMHO, BWDIK.
piedro
28/4/2020
21:23
The update was disappointing and I am only surprised it didn't fall yesterday. Maybe like those automated coffee-makers there is a delay switch. Given that there are quite a few beaten down shares whose prospects are more blended that Camellia I wouldn't leave my teabag in here for too long!
mach100
28/4/2020
10:36
The recent share price weakness is a buying opportunity at 7750 offered.
tiredoldbroker
06/1/2020
11:54
FWIW, From their latest presentation H1 2019 STRATEGIC HIGHLIGHTS  Completed the acquisition of two tea estates in Assam  Signed an agreement to acquire a 466Ha farm in SA  Further investments in Agriculture: - Trial of blueberries at Kakuzi in Kenya is progressing well - The Simpson dam wall and spillway project at our Mambedi estate in SA is now completed - Trial planting of avocado near Kitale in Kenya continues with encouraging early results - Continue to make progress with registration of the land purchase in Tanzania  Successful launch of Camellia’s first ESG report
piedro
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