Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cello Health Plc LSE:CLL London Ordinary Share GB00B0310763 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -0.40% 125.50p 124.00p 127.00p 126.50p 125.50p 126.00p 46,233 11:44:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 165.6 8.4 6.3 20.0 132

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13/7/2011
09:07
I would say that, following that mark up and Director buying, any mark up on the bid would confirm support reached and moved away from, and that would signify the 'bottom' to me. MMs playing shrewd with the bid at present, just in case any more 'mugs' offload at 34p........
santangello
13/7/2011
08:10
To any holders looking to find the bottom.....there's your first clues......... I did a test buy this am and was quoted almost the full ask, so looks like MMs are primed to mark these up soon, on any buys ?
santangello
13/7/2011
07:33
RNS Number : 2811K Cello Group plc 13 July 2011  13 July 2011 Cello Group plc ("Cello" or the "Company") Directors' share dealings The Company was notified on 12 July 2011 that on that day Allan Rich, the Chairman of the Company, and the self invested personal pension ("SIPP") of Mark Scott, the Chief Executive of the Company, purchased ordinary shares of 10 pence each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") as follows: Name No. of Ordinary Shares purchased Price per share Resultant beneficial interest in Ordinary Shares Resultant beneficial interest as a percentage of the issued share capital Allan Rich 27,000 36.0p 977,785 1.3% Mark Scott (SIPP) 14,000 35.5p 788,719 1.0%
welsheagle
12/7/2011
20:40
So ... does this look like a bottom? It's somewhat difficult to tell given the ahem volume today. I'm somewhat assuming that this isn't especially popular amongst those who like the racier end of the spectrum, though I can't be certain seeing as I am one of those and it certinaly isn't one for the traders, so most of the action will be on assessed long term value. So I suppose I'll have to disagree on just what value that is with those who've let their shares go.
hpcg
11/7/2011
12:40
QS9....the company at this valuation will be getting mulled over.......
santangello
11/7/2011
12:21
Interesting and mature comment/s hpcg. A below expectation H2 is MORE than factored into the s/p, and on current valuation, without new acquisitions appearing on the bottom line, these sit at a ridiculous level at present.
santangello
11/7/2011
06:58
at what point a takeover target?!
qs9
11/7/2011
01:07
I think when I add here I'll wake up the MMs. But only slowly as I think the drip down is creating a superb opportunity to pick up some highly cash generative shares. I'm actually reasonably prepared for a below expectations H2 - for a start its been hinted - but as the multiple here is so undemanding it still makes this cheap. Ultimately the divi will sort out the share price
hpcg
06/7/2011
14:08
If you read the statement impartially, unbiasedly and with even a minimal knowledge of the company, this is a sound statement, transparent, all the bad news out and it really isn't that bad at all. The only reason I haven't added is because I have been adding on the strategic MM walkdown of late and hold massively here. I look forward to the future, with new income streams performing robustly, with confidence and real optimism. It did not surprise me at all to see buyers today. Revised broker forecasts should be encouraging too?????
santangello
06/7/2011
10:50
Oddly enough that statement is better than I thought it would be. Trading across the sector for UK dependents has been really hard all year, but this suggests that Cello's trading overseas has picked up most of the slack. Currently management sees profits for the year to be in line with expectations minus the effect of the loss of the Tesco CQT contract. That was a rolling two year deal, so always vulnerable to re-tendering. Cello has traditionally had a much stronger second half (look at last couple of years). Having been a bit glass half empty on Cello recently, I now think this might be a good time to add.
coopstock
06/7/2011
00:45
Trading statement due anyday now. Interesting to see the spread widen in anticipation of the statement.....looking like a positive sign to me?
santangello
29/6/2011
11:44
Quiet here chaps......are we all on wait and see detail? Be nice to hear if anyone has any current thoughts or information? I suppose the serious holders will be all relaxed and ready for the next statement.....I know I certainly am. Cheers, Santangello.
santangello
25/5/2011
21:03
2 x 100k buys Coop.......... Possibly Directors buying, laughing at the current valuation (I have also always suspected a MBO here.) Looks like a base has now formed. I would have expected 39p on the bid following the 25k sell today, if MMs had been following their pattern this week, but no it stayed firm at 40p. Also, a lot of Stags have no doubt been selling this week after trading these for the AGM statement, and have no intention (unlike us) of holding for the medium term, and to see the heady hights of 70p plus if all goes well???? I would not be surprised to see more buying tomorrow, I am selling other stock at present to be in a position to add more here plus one other stock in a similar position. Situations like this tend not to come round that often.... Let's see what happens next.
santangello
25/5/2011
16:41
I hold so much of this stuff I'm determined not to add. But this price is mad. The stock is worth 70-75p on any sensible valuation (even if current trading is choppy). I look at that 100k buy and I'm feeling very tempted to follow suit...
coopstock
24/5/2011
11:21
A little tick up on the offer....and a buy appearing......support and re entry level? All the panic selling by PIs...no RNS about serious holders following suit, and earnings enhancing acquistions yet to flow into into the numbers......? Level 2 now only 4 v 3 on the bid.....very interesting levels here.
santangello
23/5/2011
12:38
Unbelieveable few days.........I can empathise with some sellers, but certainly didn't expect IC to cloud the issue here so heavily and act as a catalyst to see the MMs mark the stock down so aggressively. Have PIs not read the statement correctly ? It looks like a backdrop is being aired that the company is in trouble...........which it certainly isn't. I can't wait for the next numbers. Support breached and now looking VERY cheap indeed.
santangello
20/5/2011
17:46
oh good IC says sell whoopeee it'll be ok now lol they don't get much right
jon123
20/5/2011
14:50
IC today: "Cello's dud note a cue to quit".
simon gordon
20/5/2011
14:25
Me too, I'm afraid. Sold out for a small loss when it started falling again this morning and broke the trend line. Hopefully the 43/44p support area will hold. Best of luck to all long-termers.
shrout
20/5/2011
12:36
I have to admit to being one of the ones that sold the other day. Cant put my finger on it, but the statement didnt sit well. Will keenly watch to see if things do keep on track here.
stegrego
18/5/2011
23:16
Fair play GHF, well done. Nice to see more educated trading resuming today from PI's. I honestly thought the selling yesterday was riduculous , and it would appear that long term, intelligent holders are well tucked up with these. I couldn't resist just a few more today, just too cheap and with the uptrend completely intact, and Altium reiterating their 79p target, a solid and sensible stratergy to add at times like these. Good luck all.
santangello
18/5/2011
17:57
Further edit to post 534. My apologies for any misunderstanding. Regards GHF
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