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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
  -150.00 -2.1% 7,000.00 6,900.00 7,000.00 7,100.00 7,000.00 7,100.00 971 09:36:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 291.5 22.3 300.5 23.3 194

Camellia Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/6/2013
22:15
Focus on small caps for your research and look at those that enter and exit the small cap index for liquidity reasons, they offer the best trades, that's 20 years of trading them not a spreadsheet talking!!
exbroker
23/6/2013
21:33
Interesting strategy. I may do some research on the impact tracker buying/selling has on securities of differing fundamental qualities.I got in around 8500. Only a a small portion, with the illiquidity, small float etc holding me back. Not sure I'm as confident as you on the immedite short term return to value, but hey it'll be fun watching.
it_trader
21/6/2013
18:55
Index tracking is what i do. FTSE.com has the details, but its a black art not a science, which makes it so much more fun. I bought a few in the auction at 8000, the index volume is not over and there is an active seller, who may be at the higher levels. I think that around here they are an interesting investment.I will buy more if i can at around 8000
exbroker
21/6/2013
11:24
Exbroker: Where did you find out about CAM leaving the index?
it_trader
21/6/2013
11:02
Yeah I get that impression too, or they would have done a stock split years ago. I'm invested here but with the board not really caring about shareholder value in the traditional sense i.e. whether the stock price is rising, and a low divi yield, I'm not sure for how long.
it_trader
20/6/2013
14:51
It is all ypou describe but the management have no interest in being a public company, its an accident of history and with a 50% holder who have cross directors what is going to change and why?
exbroker
20/6/2013
14:50
One reason is that the market's last respected tea sector analyst retired in 1987.
coolen
20/6/2013
09:29
Any ideas why this share doesn't seem to grab the imagination? Is it the price, low volume, smallish free float? It seems quality and cheap to me.
it_trader
20/6/2013
09:05
I only get the FT on a weekend, the world has gone electronic now!! Misc food producers is how I would classify it but with all the other non food bits who knows.
exbroker
19/6/2013
21:49
As I stopped buying the rag when it rose to 1/3d each day, can you tell me whether Camellia is still listed under "Teas" in the FT, or is it under some other Plantations category ?
coolen
18/6/2013
21:14
Let the sellers sell they have to deal relative to the index close, we have the luxury of dealing absolute! I smell value, I small burnt tracker, I smell a long term great opportunity!
exbroker
18/6/2013
14:29
Coolen we do seem to overlap on a number of stocks, GLE and CGS being just 2.
exbroker
18/6/2013
13:10
The stock will be very volatile this week and will have heavy volume on Friday into the close, this is your opportunity to buy cheap stock to help the trackers out, use a limit and get your broker to display it on the SETS board, all proper brokers can do this. Make sure it is good for the closing auction of Friday that the indexing price so could be the low point as well, Look at the graph for RE. from June last year they fell out mid June and look at the bounce back.
exbroker
18/6/2013
08:29
Another tumble today. Any thoughts ?
coolen
10/6/2013
21:41
Exbroker, thanks for that. Presumably flat commodity prices rather than any slowdown with the banking side are the cause of the recent slide ?
coolen
10/6/2013
09:15
Warning it looks as if Camellia will fall out of the index on June 21 for lack of trades, this will mean the trackers are sellers, expect volume and volatility.
exbroker
08/7/2011
08:37
Not much traffic on this thread but I like Camellia. The Motley Fool has just published a favourable review of it as a value share. http://www.fool.co.uk/news/investing/2011/07/07/a-share-for-the-patient.aspx
anhar
24/11/2010
16:34
Share price falling a little. Has anyone any thoughts on Camellia??
crumppot
29/10/2010
15:08
share price increased a lot recently. Near all time high.
crumppot
21/10/2010
11:45
Nice to see the recent share price increase. any thoughts on this one?
crumppot
22/8/2008
08:25
Yes, you can add Leopard Minerals to the list. 100% loss. Just a brief note, no real post-mortem. Leopard Minerals haven't filed accounts at Companies House so the money could have gone anywhere. Looking at the original prospectus there's a case for it having been mis-sold to investors in my opinion.
rhm
19/6/2008
14:54
This company should be viewed with extreme caution as the list of shares that they have pumped and dumped seems to be growing all the time, there are very few if any sucess stories and the majority of the investmetns have lost over 90% , would like others peoples comments on them and there dubious practises Companies that they have help get away only to collapse HTT hot tuna 50p to 2p MNSS appears to be a big loss Belitung Zinc 90% loss and turned into IVK shares i am sure there are others Be careful with this lot
pnepne
26/11/2007
15:58
this company is undervalued. the problem is working out what it is really worth. their major shareholder g fox wants them to be valued at a low price so that they can keep buying in shares themselves. alcatel the belgian pension scheme has realised this and bought in substantial amounts of shares. i have been a holder for a long time as i think that at some point the share price will more accurately reflect what the co is really worth. camellia tries and keep a very low profile. their head office itself is a mansion and has fantastic picture collection of mainly french impressionists - worth millions i would estimate. all of it undervalued as they are not using the IFRS method. whenever they sell assets they always seem to make large profits as they are in the books at historical cost rather than market/fair value.
crumppot
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