Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fox Marble LSE:FOX London Ordinary Share GB00B7LGG306 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 12.50p 12.00p 13.00p - - - 0 06:40:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.8 -2.8 -2.0 - 22.63

Fox Marble Share Discussion Threads

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19/1/2018
07:18
BTW I actually suspect Fox might succeed one day. However, because of the unreliability of Fox's RNSs I have no idea how to work out with any degree of certainty whether they will or not.
wolstencroft
19/1/2018
07:14
kaos3: I post here purely for fun. I loved catching Tom W and Chris out Although other people first suspected Eboracum I found that their website was a cheap copy of a competitor's and contained manifest lies (they removed it shortly thereafter), and I found out that Banyan had no assets, no physical presence and the directors were a nominee in some tax haven. I contacted the liquidator of one of Scott's previous companies and found out about how he operates. Chris did answer my questions until he realised I had found some embarrassing things, then told me to ask Eboracum and Banyan directly. Tom denied all this despite me telling him; he made some very funny reports including saying Eboracum was trading about a week before it filed as dormant. I invested in Fox just after they listed; I spoke with both Fox Davis and Brandon Hill who reassured me all was ok. I spoke with Chris who was very convincing. I have learned five important things in my 20 years of investing 1. Don't believe anyone in the City 2. Do your own research 3. Question everything 4. If you find something interesting, share it 5. Most non-profitable companies stay that way
wolstencroft
18/1/2018
19:00
rjmahan18 Jan '18 - 10:41 - 359 of 366Moderate | Ban 0 0 0 Could simply be that you guys are not looking at the same company ? Unless you know for sure that eboracum is the london registered dormant one you can never be 100% sure. Also it could easily be that Eboracum have not completed their accounts with companies house correctly - not Fox's problem. ------- Err, you're grasping at straws here! We know for sure, we are 100% certain, check out Scott Oldfield on Companies House! Then check put Banyan!
andy
18/1/2018
18:24
kaos3 - Your last paragraph has I suggest put your finger on the unexpressed concerns of many of the negative posters here i.e. to run a successful company in marble: To extract, produce finished polished product and sell needs - Local knowledge, local supply, a knowledgeable sales and stockist structure, a lack of plc overheads plus of course a working relationship with their local customers - I suspect from what you say about your Slovene experience that you have avoided investing here. Possibly an interesting trading proposition if one could call the timing correctly but a narrow market - very difficult to deal in volume and if bad news I would sugggest virtully impossible to exit without crashing the price. I could go on and reveal the sacred entrails of the Beaufort research and the various trigger points (both positive and negative) but I will leave this to others as the research is readily available. A G&T calls.
pugugly
18/1/2018
11:42
Goodbye Ex
wolstencroft
18/1/2018
11:39
RJ. Please phone Chris and ask him about the Banyan order. Or the Chinese orders. Or Eboracum's. Fox seem to be very unlucky in getting orders from companies set up by people they know just a few days before these companies making a big order which then comes to little or naught.
wolstencroft
18/1/2018
11:37
RJ I am sure it is the same company because I asked Chris. Scott Oldfield is the director.
wolstencroft
18/1/2018
10:54
rjmahan, You are right - I can hardly think of anything more unlikely than FOX making up orders.
effortless cool
18/1/2018
10:43
Exbroker dont go - these guys are saying the RNS is a fraud - but not so explicitly. I like reading your stuff...
rjmahan
18/1/2018
10:41
Could simply be that you guys are not looking at the same company ? Unless you know for sure that eboracum is the london registered dormant one you can never be 100% sure. Also it could easily be that Eboracum have not completed their accounts with companies house correctly - not Fox's problem. Either are much more likely than Fox making up orders. There is no verification on what you put in to companies house so even if it did say balance sheet £300k it still isnt proof - if, as you guys are suggesting someone at Fox made up a company then RNS'd a fake order.
rjmahan
18/1/2018
09:39
Good luck to all on here, I won’t post any further, I will not be called a liar by some random anonymous fool epically when I have proved that in an RNS the company stated they have a deposit. I know more about this company than you ever will. Any further question Chris Gilbert is your man. Goodbye
exbroker
18/1/2018
09:14
I missed this completely from the recent RNS "The Company expects its full year sales for 2017 to be EUR1.3 million" Rather different to 28th Sept "the company now expects €2.0m to be recognised within 2017 financial year" or indeed 7th Feb "the Company has increased its estimate of its order book in 2017 to €4.1m" To be honest does anyone believe Chris anymore?? I'm not saying Fox wont succeed or that sales won't grow, but how on earth can there be any confidence in what he said. We have had this over promising and under delivering for years.
wolstencroft
18/1/2018
06:02
Exbroker, Public apology - LOL. You are the one that is peddling falsehoods. Any apologies due are due from you.
effortless cool
17/1/2018
22:37
I did contact Chris but he refused to answer my question.
wolstencroft
17/1/2018
16:36
Wols, Exactly, you explained it very well. Over to Exbroker......
andy
17/1/2018
16:30
Andy Creditors and Debtors appear in company accounts - balance sheet - to state the position at year end. It doesn't matter when the parties became creditors and debtors. This is nothing to do with the profit and loss account which largely reflects activities in the past year. If I set up a company and lend you 300k then the 300k must have come from somewhere. If it came from capital it would be reflected in the paid up share capital If it came as a loan it would be reflected as a loan, a liability In addition I would have an asset - the 300k you own me, this would also be reflected in the accounts. Even 10 year's later it would still be reflected in the balance sheet of the accounts - a 300k asset and a 300k liability
wolstencroft
17/1/2018
16:26
Ex Clearly one of us does not know how to read company accounts!!
wolstencroft
17/1/2018
16:22
Exbroker, So will be visible in their accounts for that year then?
andy
17/1/2018
16:06
exbrpker, But the accounts of Eboracum would confirm the money passing through. My question is how could they become dormant if they were trading?
andy
17/1/2018
15:35
exbroker, Have you seen the accounts of Eboracum showing where they received the Euro 0.38 million from? Or did they go dormant before they published the accounts?
andy
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