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|Worryingly rise based on few shares traded, a total of 12.9k bought against 13.1k sold; MMs rubbing their hands no doubt.|
|It was just really cheap before versus forward projected earnings.|
|Not quite sure what's lit a fire under CMH today, anyone out there got a clue?|
|'I mentioned the Walsall salad, but I think I got away with it' :-)|
|My attempt at humour. Won't happen again|
|Missing the 2nd t in Buffett (bloody spellchecker ) didn't help.|
|I was referring to MRF, rather than your smoozing with Kevin :-)|
|Dudley buffet? It was a Walsall buffet, and very nice too|
I miss him..........Good money to be made on the other side of all the 'Dudley Buffets' trades ;-)|
|Unsurprised by the further move upwards here following on from the trading update.|
|And in even better news that wind-up merchant "My Retirement Fund" has headed for pastures new|
|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 .|
|Appear to be similar to the last Panmure note dated November 2016.
That had EPS of 6.9p for 2017- rising to 18.5p in 2018 and 23.1p for 2019, PER circa 7 falling to a forward PER of 5. Any additional wins or sustained currency weakness could provide for an upgrade on the latter I would have thought.
Seems that Panmure's previous target price of £1.66p may be achieved sooner than later.|
|I might not be reminding everybody if I wasn't already fully loaded ;-).
Are the Hardman figures perfectly aligned with the forecasts you were given hastings?|
|I blame that Zoolook chap..........coming on here reminding everyone what a good recovery story CMH is :-)|
|And a very nice end to the day.|
|The real benefit should be felt next year and beyond as the major order unwinds.The other businesses Exidor and Petrel appear to be going well too, so a nice turnaround.|
|Hardman from 21st March had:
£0.86m (underlying PTP)
12.8p (underlying EPS)
-10.0p (statuary EPS)|
|All looking good. Be good if they restated what current market forecasts are or the range as some (a minority I know) do.|
|Positive enough update this morning with seemingly further opportunities ahead to support the already underpinned next couple of years.|
Yes, but there has not been a dividend for a while.
Foundries are difficult animals to run. The last few years have been tough.
As you say -"Given they are at only 50% capacity at the foundry"
Back in the day, when I was a young management accountant at a foundry, it was said that a foundry made it's profit on a Friday afternoon.
I believe that the two guys in charge are the best thing that has happened to the business in many a day. I would back them to move the business forward from this point.|
|Wow. Not the best investment then (so far). Must have paid for itself in dividends though.|
|Bought Chamberlin on 16 Sept 1991 @ 96p|
The operations are in a good place now and with the machining facility they now have an integrated offering to the market which should be an attractive proposition to customers - even potentially those who do all their machining in house currently.
Given they are at only 50% capacity at the foundry means new orders for castings will magnify profits though if castings are then machined they will have to add a new line which will be operationally straightforward (they have space for 3 more)but require investment in a new line - though given the long term nature of the contracts it is a relatively low risk investment.
I'm excited by the prospects - you can probably tell!|
|Thanks for sharing all the info.|