Chamberlin Investors - CMH

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Chamberlin Plc CMH London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 9.25 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
9.25 9.25 9.25 9.25 9.25
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glenbo1: Miton not selling its the investors that buy at 54p and sell at 37p that feed the market.Quite incredible really
danny baker: 2realist you're overlooking the value of Petrel, the specialty lighting business which is worth £5-10 million. Once Walsall is humming it should make £2 million a year from turbocharger casings. The value investors here will be happy they didn't have to find the money for a fund-raising to strengthen the balance sheet.
rivaldo: The June edition of Master Investor magazine out this weekend (p.40) tips CMH as one of three AIM companies to grow from "Acorns to oak trees".... Https:// Extract: "Valuation Shares in Chamberlin have more than trebled since last year's lows of 50.5p and at the current price of 152.5p per share the company is valued at £12.14 million. That values the business on a multiple of just 7.8 times earnings forecasts for the year to March 2018 from analysts at Hardman. The multiple falls to 6.5 times for 2019, although there is no dividend expected in either year. While the valuation remains relatively low here the balance sheet is not as strong as some investors might like. The net debt position as at end March 2017 was £6.8 million, up from £3.2 million 12 months earlier, mainly as a result of investing in the new machining facility. In addition, there is a pension deficit of £5.2 million to contend with, with the company making an annual deficit reduction contribution of c.£0.3 million. Nevertheless, these contributions are easily funded out of operating income and interest payments on borrowings were covered a comfortable 4.6 times by operating profits in the last financial year. As a good value recovery play, Chamberlin shares look like a longterm buy and hold."
bench2: Holy Cow it finally comes right for " Le Grande Fromage " . I think the Brexit devaluation of sterling also a bonus . Well done all the patient value investors .
zoolook: So general feedback and impressions are entirely positive which allayed my nerves as I am now grossly overweight here. The event was invitation only for customers, investors and suppliers. The company is now no longer firefighting and has a growth plan with purpose and direction. I could probably write an essay but the main issues the main takeaway points for me are: -The Hardman report was issued publicly because before it was done inhouse by their former NOMAD? but their current adviser doesn't do this as a private service so they had to commission it separately so they thought they might as well make it publicly available (ie no behind-the-scenes softening up for a rights issue) - They did talk about their plans for a new disa foundry and sell the current site to a housing developer but this would be predicated on order growth and bearing in mind the existing foundry is only 50% utilised we are looking a few years of order book growth ahead before this happens though if/when that does happen the scale of the investment might mean a right issue to fund it - It is a MYTH that they only supply to the diesel turbocharger market. Most of their turbocharger housings are currently for petrol engines!!! and they only have a miniscule % of the market so significant growth in a flat mainly untapped market is entirely possible - Their cleaning processes are unique to them and give them a competitive USP to customers in getting rid of sand over European competitors who are restricted by environmental legislation -I worried that now they machine that might mean they deliver finished product lineside on a JIT (Just In Time) basis to assembly plants. Fortunately not so. This is a good thing as they are not running the risk of ruinous line stoppage charges if they fail to deliver I asked the CEO if I could put his presentation in the public domain and he said yes so you can find it here (hopefully): I think they are well placed to win new orders due to drop in sterling, improved QCD reputation, reduced internal costs from productivity improvements and with the spare capacity in the foundry production can be ramped up with little investment. Spoke to Exidor MD too and things seem to be going well there too. Great narrative all round. If price drops back I will buy more. Certainly wont be selling at the current share price Good times.
chrisis33: Also agree this is a good idea, providing a good overview for investors.
cockerhoop: Technically it was issued as a RNS Non-regularity. I think companies should allow access broker notes to private investors and is something that should be applauded.
swanboy0: I see this was tipped by interactive investor top 5 aim shares for this year... could be the kiss of death
coolen: Good spot, Hastings. Nice to see well-researched investment articles appear in what I assume is a regional on-line newspaper of sorts. I've held this stock for 30 years and, to date, it has been a constant 2 steps forward and 2 steps back. Might the involvement of tough investors Gervais Williams (per the article) and Simon Knott (boss of Rights & Issues Inv Tst) finally change this for the better ?
interceptor2: Looks like a buy recommendation in Growth Company Investor today, it will be interesting to read the write up now that they have lost Miles Nolan. Write up not released to non subscribers, but the first sentence looks positive. "Engineering firm Chamberlin (CMH) is a cartwheeling bundle of joy in the puddle of despair that is the business of manufacturing in the North." ic2...
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