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 -1.63% 9,050.00 8,900.00 9,200.00 9,200.00 9,100.00 9,100.00 1,468 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 309.8 52.5 912.4 9.9 250

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/2/2014
12:50
A slow but steady buy back of ords since 10th June 2013 , 17,500 so far costing circa £1.58m ( 0.6% of shs o/s ) . Small beer but makes sense given cash on b/s and NAV north of £130 .
bench2
24/1/2014
14:12
For your interest ... [Edited]
piedro
14/1/2014
23:43
The index exit was the reason for the fall, look at the graph the year low was the auction on the Friday of index week, wish I had bought more than 1400 in the auction, I did add a few the next week so average is ok. If they go back in the look for over £100 as a starting point.
exbroker
14/1/2014
21:34
Exbroker, welcome back to the Cam thread. The stock has certainly missed out on recent market strength elsewhere. Is it commodity prices that are holding this back or more affected by tumbling out of the index ?
coolen
09/1/2014
15:25
I am still a holder, they are better today as the seller was bid and did not sell any if he reappears they may go easier. I am in for more than the few pounds a share I am up at the moment, they could go back to £100 by end June.
exbroker
08/1/2014
15:01
What a lovely company. Seemingly not understood by the market in general, or too much work - LOL
piedro
13/7/2013
11:26
Its not a difficult strategy but it requires a bit of work and discipline. The best results are in the liquidity trades each year at the annual review in June. Buy those going in before the market finds out and sell to the trackers, then buy those coming out for liquidity and hold for min 3 months, longer if the liquidity looks to indicate a return to the index the following year. Find beach and palm tree or Test match and relax........
exbroker
04/7/2013
09:29
Exbroker .Your earlier warning proved a good shout.I sold, having held CAM for ages.A tenfold increase over the years is very welcome,even though I missed out on the recent high.Hopefully the proceeds,now re-invested will continue to bear fruit.B.B.
bronco buster
04/7/2013
09:04
I came here looking for value and stumbled across your strategy Exbroker. Loving it at the mo. I know the volume isn't too great but hey that plays a part no doubt.
it_trader
24/6/2013
17:18
I could not get the borrow so went long at 8000 in the auction and added further today at just above that level.
exbroker
24/6/2013
08:45
Cheers for that Exbroker I will do that. Am I right in presuming when you found out about the index de-listing you have shorted Camellia down, and then going long from 8000 as you've indicated?
it_trader
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
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