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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Colefax Group Plc LSE:CFX London Ordinary Share GB0002090453 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  35.00 5.47% 675.00 610.00 670.00 640.00 635.00 635.00 4,744 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 77.9 5.4 45.1 15.0 94

Colefax Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/10/2010
10:30
someone has bought 10,000 at £2 Someone wants this bad- bid approach?
dnfa1975
13/10/2010
20:12
Nice results from WGB today. Wonder how far ahead of forecasts these are? Did over 21p eps last year and say they are seeing an improvement. Results in Jan but reckon their might be a t/s before too long perhaps. CR
cockneyrebel
14/9/2010
07:46
Nice statement - if sales are up 10% odd these are going to do more like 30p eps this year imo. £5m net cash will be more like £7m+ too by year end at that rate. Probably trading on a PE of 4 or less netting off the cash imo. CR
cockneyrebel
01/9/2010
13:29
Try buying somw WGB! - makes dealing in CFX look easy.
essentialinvestor
01/9/2010
12:36
Hope you're still holding salvers - I agree these are cheap - had a few today - hard to get any as the co keeps buying any that hit the market. AGM in a fortnight will liven them up imo. CR
cockneyrebel
22/7/2010
08:57
mulberry for example has less cash similar levels of turnover and profit -but get this it has a market cap of 180 million rather than colefax 23 million -admitedly mulberry might have better growth prospects but someone somewhere has gone bonkers!!
salver2
22/7/2010
08:50
this share is a funny one are there any other luxury companies that trade on a forward price earnings ratio of 5 -once the cash balances are stripped out -cash balances will be about 8 million at the end of this year-no wonder they are keen to buy shares
salver2
24/2/2010
09:21
nice to see that the avoid rec above has resulted in a seven month gain of 40 percent-these are sure to be taken private at about 2 quid a share
salver2
22/7/2009
10:24
Avoid recommendation from Growth Company Investor http://www.growthcompany.co.uk/recommendations/1060012/colefax-group.thtml
investinggarden
16/4/2009
12:10
I've been buying these over the past week or two. With nearly £3m in cash and a market cap of £12m the stock looks cheap, lower risk at this level and a potential beneficiarry of the strong $. WGB has ben bouncing well and is up today on a poor statement, suggesting all the bad news and more is in the price of the likes of CFX imo. CR
cockneyrebel
24/7/2008
15:12
http://www.smallcapnews.co.uk/article/Colefax_confident_of_performance_in_weaker_markets/5388.aspx
scner
08/5/2008
16:57
Shares started trading on the NYSE today apparently! Chuff me, the stock is illquid enough, you can't get any volumje here at times - where do the shares come from to trade on NYSE? CR
cockneyrebel
29/2/2008
14:30
Tipped in the IC apparently :-) CR
cockneyrebel
29/2/2008
13:37
5% rise today, the charts looks in an extremely good position towards a re-rating IMO. Dorset
dorset64
26/2/2008
20:10
Nope, I'm happy tho - wait for the next results in a few months and these will get the punters interested. CR
cockneyrebel
26/2/2008
19:45
Amazed nobody's interested in this one. Dorset
dorset64
07/2/2008
10:28
More co share buybacks yesterday. CR
cockneyrebel
26/1/2008
19:43
by the way usecd to hold alot of wgb-with mixed results -this is a far better co in my opinion nonwithstanding the good new management at wgb-cfx is about the same market cap as wgb-its like saying watford are as good as chelsea!-even though i support watford!
salver2
26/1/2008
17:16
Salver - I agree. I was stunned by these results with the company having been very cautious at the year end - I had wondered if they were just playing to the gallery then because everyone was talking about doom and gloom in the housing market. What's more the furniture division was up 11% ! Look at SCS and Land of Leather struggling and I think this performance really says something. I was gutted because I read the results and thought - buggar, these will be marked up big at the open and I know they are tight to buy at times. So I was amazed to see a mark down. I then thought I must have missed something so I went through the results again. In the meantime the co bought back those shares an triggered the tick up - I could only get 3K at just under the market - gutting when I could have got 10K minutes earlier. I hold WGB but after seeing these results you just have to pck yourself off the floor - recession? What recession? What's more this was in the face of a falling dollar. If that dollar rebounds and we don't see the slow down that many are forecasting these are on a PE much less than 6 too. Net assets of £17m wich among that includes property that's probably not been revalued in years and £5.5m cash on the balance sheet. By the time you get your divi this year and the small reduction in shares for the buy back the net PE these are buyable on is something between 3 and 5 I bet. In my pension - reckon these will one bag over the next 12 months when the market gets its head back together. CR
cockneyrebel
26/1/2008
10:40
the price for this company now is silly-the profits at the interim period were fantastic-the pe is less than six which for a luxury goods co is ridiculous-farrow and ball which are in the same sector -and not as good a co inmho were bought out for 60 million when they were making half a million pounds on 20 million turnover-this co makes 10 times more profit and 3 and a half times more turnover-is valued at a miserly 24 million -for the fnest name in british interior decorating if not the world-by the way i am not some lunatic ramper i used to own over 1 percent of this co and now have a much smaller holding of115000 shares-isold a lot at2 a share approx 15 months ago to lighten up my holdings fearing a slowdown-looking at the price now i suppose i was right-but in a way wrong as iwas factoring in a profits fall -not storming results like this-this share should be a minimum50 percent higher-andten times higher plus if sold for simlar money to farrow and ball-if i were david green i would take the co private and sod the stockmarket
salver2
24/1/2008
17:43
Looks like the company bought back the entire stock overhang today :-) 186K (1.2%) CR
cockneyrebel
24/1/2008
10:33
I totally agree salver2. I bought back in today - current trading 'Good', PE under 5, £5m cash on the b/s - £5m+ property and plant - some huge trades today - I think that's the overhang cleared I reckon. Basically if earnings halved in H2 the PE would still only be 7 ! I think they'll actually grow earnings still and when the market gets it's confidence back these will one-bag imo. CR
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