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Coral Products Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Coral Products Plc LSE:CRU London Ordinary Share GB0002235736 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 16.50 4,789 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
16.00 17.00 16.50 16.50 16.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Products Other 14.39 0.97 1.10 16.50 12.98
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:00:00 UT 4,300 15.90 GBX

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Posted at 24/5/2023 10:51 by hatfullofsky
You should check your facts on Juvenescence - product launch 2025

JG has already made succession planning, Ian Hillman joined when they bought Foil and Film in May 22, he is the natural successor and was made an Executive Director of CRU in December 22, he also owns 5.36% of CRU. I expect him to be the next CEO. JG will move to non-exec chair.

Those that have been here a long time, holding and trading should know this ;-)

Posted at 24/5/2023 09:26 by hatfullofsky
Clock - If But Maybe ....

Have you thought to consider what CRU could achieve in a less challenging market (ie forward looking).

Most companies are reporting "challenging conditions" and revenue decline. CRU appear to have managed that quite well.

Still you could always avoid the strong companies with solid dividends for some Blue Sky Pharma without revenue and burning cash ..........

I prefer to invest

Posted at 03/4/2023 15:44 by clocktower
Well Hat, DEST is on the up today and CRU sliding a fraction but as you say most go up and down but surprisingly CRU has performed very well and on all accounts looks like it should continue to do so. Hence CRU must be a very good buy at its current level, do you not agree. As for EVG, I agree they are also oversold and are very cheap but like you with a number of stocks, we spread our portfolio across an number of stocks, and because of the potential with EVG I am already top heavy, so unless it falls under 3p I will not be adding.

However once the new financial year starts, if CRU continues to slide, I may well buy some CRU shares again.

Posted at 20/3/2023 08:45 by charo
Company has survived 2008 financial meltdown, sterling crisis ,brexit,covid and now secured finance ahead of a possible global credit squeeze.Paid dividends 10 out of 11 years ,looks like 11 out of 12 now.Share price for long term holders since JG up 450%.
Day traders who buy and sell on spikes and dips give some liquidity,whilst causing great volatility.
Board keeps moving group forward ,not always upward,but securely.

Posted at 17/3/2023 07:19 by clocktower
Charo dear fellow, try thinking outside of the box and as you state, the world economy enters uncertain time.

Is now the time to be loading up with bigger mortgages and possibly more debt if another company is purchased that might already have debts that are becoming overwhelming, hence maybe JG can pick them up on what looks like a favourable price?

Hat - maybe you do need to start trying to second guess the implications of these types of transactions, rather than just accept them on face value.

JG has still not restored the share price to its level before the decision they made to enter into the motor trade and appoint a replacement, so that is years ago now, and he is like us, is a bit longer in the tooth nowadays.

Still, there is the dividend.

Posted at 28/2/2023 11:47 by base7
Assuming no unexpected profit warnings our share price is unlikely to multi bag but as the new strategy evolves is proven (& not too many new shares are issued)our share price could re rate to 20p + my view is that in uncertain times we have become a niche player in a fragmented industry paying a very decent (& rising ) dividend & (one day) JG will want an exit with view to his being in his mid 70s -which may result in a capital event.
I am hoping that since our new strategy began to evolve that CRU has become a boring high yielder with some capital growth-which sits comfortably alongside some of my much high risk positions.
Clock may have a personal agenda here-why comment if not invested ?

Posted at 12/12/2022 23:58 by base7
JG referred to the benefits becoming more apparent in H2 so let's see.Wednesdays Investor Meets will be interesting as Cru have never previously involved themselves in charm offensives.Perhaps they have another acquisition in mind but want a higher share price to reduce the number of any share consideration.I would expect lots of bolt on opportunities arising over the coming months
Posted at 01/12/2022 12:50 by this_is_me
It didn't take much buying to move the share price up today, however the share price is still in the same trading range that it has been in for over a year.
Posted at 17/11/2022 11:59 by charo
The yield is high because share price is low.
My personal investment decisions are determined by yields and cover.
I don't chase rainbows and look to invest in asset backed cash generating companies paying dividends out of earnings around twice cover. This means that with depreciation plus 50%of profits reinvested should ensure future of my investment.Finally as share price of coral rises to level its performance warrants yield will fall to market Ave say 4%.

Posted at 08/6/2022 14:25 by clocktower
I doubt if you will continue to see more buy backs now the share price is forming a new higher base unless for some reason the was weakness in the share price

It is important to keep the momentum going with tack-on's as there are businesses that are in stress and JG has the expertise to do deals, even if this means more share deals rather than cash, as long as they are beneficial to all, which you can be sure JG will put at the top of the list.

I would hand JG 2 million options at 15p (the last raise price) if the share price hits 30p by 2023 as he is back on form.

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