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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Finsbury Food Group Plc LSE:FIF London Ordinary Share GB0009186429 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.40 4.48% 56.00 55.00 57.00 56.00 53.50 53.50 730,181 15:28:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 306.3 2.9 -0.6 - 73

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20/12/2013
12:37
Yet another fairly big fall, what's going on?
mrphil
18/12/2013
18:38
mystifying
spaceparallax
18/12/2013
15:53
Good thanks Boffster, hope you are too? Could do with a few more positive days though, such a shame to see great gains to November then watch them dwindle away!
mrphil
18/12/2013
14:15
Nice reversal, I should have been greedy at 58p! Hope you're keeping well MrP
boffster
18/12/2013
14:10
Good question Boffster, starting to get concerned now!
mrphil
18/12/2013
12:05
Any thoughts on this sudden share price dip?
boffster
11/11/2013
09:49
Good to see Ruffer adding
spaceparallax
21/10/2013
14:32
Sorry to all for joining continuing o/t but some on here seem a bit gloomy? We are in a bull market and there are plenty of stocks worth a look. I'll give you a few off my watch list if it helps. DXNS, DRV, CSG, TCG all due a rise soon? ITV, SIV THT going like trains. Don't really know what you are looking for but I am surprised if you can find nothing! I have the other problem - not enough cash to follow all I would like.
petersinthemarket
18/10/2013
10:22
FIF gets a positive mention in this IC article on building the ideal AIM portfolio ("...the shares are trading on a forward PE ratio of just 11, which still offers great value given the potential"): http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2013/10/17/shares/news-and-analysis/the-ideal-aim-portfolio-OMuUTBDCWGYuyHFIn6QnxM/article.html
dashton42
04/10/2013
12:27
I suspect they must rebound soon - all profit-taking dried up and major holders adding.
spaceparallax
04/10/2013
11:32
Just had a first look at these. They seem to be performing well in what is a very competitive market. I am going to wait and see if it pulls back to the 62p line before taking a stake.
salpara111
03/10/2013
18:10
I've looked briefly before at WTM and thought it might pull back so i could find an entry point but it just keeps racing away from me and i'm a bit anxious about buying on the rise at present but thanks i'll have another look. Away on hols at present so just keeping tabs on portfolio but will try and find some time away from mrs woodcutter. WC
woodcutter
03/10/2013
07:18
Thanks Woody, i will take a look. I think WTM is worth a look with results out on Monday, several esteemed investors onboard. FIF still falling but could be due to market sentiment at the minute though your 60p is quite possible and your selling in the high 70's looks shrewd now.
battlebus2
03/10/2013
07:12
b2 We might see 60p again if it keeps falling at that price i'll be interested again Picks and Shovels is a good policy b2, i'm in NBI long time for the same reason so NTQ is definately one to watch. Although i do have few oils and one miner at present. Bought SIA before the special divi, 10% yield, and recent news and future cash flows look to be excellent with 50% FCF to be returned to shareholders yoy for about 8% yield at current share price I've built quite a stake there and also GPK which is moving to NYSE but i'll still hold as it's massively undervalued imv and has promised to return cash to shareholders similar to SIA (GHF is in there too) and recently been nibbling AAZ which also looks undervalued, there's a resouce report due shortly. All three of these appear to have excellent reserves too. I've been looking at SRX too but not bought yet, i think the product has a very erratic market price so not sure about it really. Having said that the presentation on their web site is compelling and the recent director purchase, CEO bought about £350K from memory. WC
woodcutter
27/9/2013
12:45
Sorry for the O/T. I agree Woody i wasn't finding anything myself recently but GHF put me onto a few like NTQ. I only took a modest holding as the revenue only starts to flow from 2014 onwards and as we all know a lot can happen between now and then. Never invest in mining stocks myself but as NTQ is on the peripheral i've allowed it through. Lots of upside to come from the majority of my current holdings so no rush. Keep me posted if you spot something and i'll do the same.
battlebus2
27/9/2013
12:31
b2 i noticed you're hovering around NTQ, i'm interested too but it's more of a punt at present and i'm not in. i tend to agree with Aleman, hard to find true value at present so i'm just nibbling. Perhaps it's one of those periods where you just have to accept that it's best to be out of the market. My cash balance is my largest holding now by some significant margin and i'm disinclined to invest it just for the sake of it too. All of my filters and investment models aren't showing much at all to be honest. For long term investments I'm only considering stocks with exceptional operational gearing at present were a decent uplift in sales with high gross margins and relatively low increases in o/heads can deliver an improved eps and there's very little of that about anywhere. WC
woodcutter
27/9/2013
12:26
boff you've been a great host and i have to give you credit for not tolerating the one or two occasions when we've been on the end of some troublesome posters, i wish you well if you still in, i would have liked to have seen that infamous 90p share price and it may well get there but i think it's going to be a much slower ride from now on. So i guess the answer is look after the baby for us:-)) Woody Bought some AAZ at 32p with the proceeds this morning. I'm not a mining fan but it does look tasty and the chart has a very powerful flag formation developing anyway dyor etc. It's a trade rather than long term.
woodcutter
27/9/2013
11:54
Are you guys all leaving me here holding the baby then ;o)
boffster
27/9/2013
11:51
I've had an excellent run this year with a number of shares and have been taking profits (including FIF which now needs the acquisitions for more progress given the reluctance to pay out the strong cashflows as the fat dividend I was expecting). I'm finding it much harder to find new homes for the cash this year compared to 2008 to 2012 where the financial crisis created a great number of oversold possibilities. All the good ones seem to have recovered now and the rare opportunities I'm finding don't seem as compelling as those in recent years. It may seem a strange thing to say, even though it has been said by some famous investors such as Buffett, but I may not find any more great new investment opportunities until we have another recession.
aleman
27/9/2013
11:22
Good luck Woody, can't decide if i'm safer staying for the M&A or taking the profits and going elsewhere like you. Not seeing any share that's standing out ATM.
battlebus2
27/9/2013
11:00
Sorry guys but i've been offloading this week after giving it some consideration. With the wheat and sugar prices rising after a poor wheat harvest i figured they might get squeezed a bit going forward. Also the share options dilution and my belief that the major share price correction now the business has been turned around all contributed to my decision. I've pretty much tripled my intial investment so i've been very fortunate. It's been a great ride and a good strong thread, big thanks to boffster for controlling it and all the contributors who have mixed some fun with some very detailed analysis. Good luck to those still on board.............time to find a home for the cash now. WC
woodcutter
26/9/2013
16:07
Hmmm, I wonder how many 'employee's can manage to buy 250,000 - no doubt a Director cashing in.
spaceparallax
24/9/2013
10:55
The symbolism of the divi is more important here than the sum
spaceparallax
24/9/2013
07:45
It is a small dividend but i'll spend it just the same :))
battlebus2
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