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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Thorpe (f.w.) Plc LSE:TFW London Ordinary Share GB00BC9ZLX92 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -9.00 -2.67% 328.00 330.00 344.00 330.00 330.00 330.00 56,286 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 110.6 19.6 13.9 23.6 382

Thorpe (f.w.) Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/10/2009
09:22
Nice to see this one come good for you davidosh. :O)
liarspoker
30/10/2009
09:15
My broker says the MMs think it is a tipsheet and they are moving it up on every buyer as they hold no stock.
davidosh
30/10/2009
09:14
sorry I think you have to be a member
martin3042
30/10/2009
09:07
LOL... which street is that Cambium? martin3042, do you have a link to the fool for this article which I'm struggling to find? Thank you, Martin
shanklin
30/10/2009
08:59
tipped on fool
martin3042
30/10/2009
08:57
word on the street
cambium
30/10/2009
08:55
Cambium, where did u hear that?
shanklin
30/10/2009
08:49
A 22% rise on 7000 shares traded and without any news to act as a catalyst ! It must have been tipped somewhere !
masurenguy
30/10/2009
08:48
family rumoured to be selling
cambium
30/10/2009
08:39
Any ideas what has woken up my favourite family run small cap this morning ?
davidosh
10/2/2009
19:53
Whoops! down 9% today. I wonder if that's just catching up with the market, bad news in the offing, or just (big) random fluctuations.
martinc
21/1/2009
11:04
bloodsports...you may find this discussion thread of interest to you as TFW is rarely discussed here. http://boards.fool.co.uk/Message.asp?mid=10984441&sort=whole There are lots of holders on TMF and quite a few attend Agms etc to get a feel for the company. TFW are indeed net cash and substantially so with about a third of the market cap in cash and a very well covered dividend.
davidosh
21/1/2009
10:39
The missus has abit of spare money around and I am constructing a portfoilio. i want safe, secure, divi payers with no or little debt. Am i right in beliving this is debt free and has a well covered divi and years of proven earnings record. It seems to fit he bill. Is there anything I am missing-apart for market conditions!? Cheers
bloodsports
23/9/2008
23:06
Like I said :-) It looks to me as if they now have over £20m in cash and short-term deposits, and no borrowings! There was an increase of £4.47m put on deposit, which at first I mistook for capex. What are they going to do with it? How much does 200 acres of forestry cost?! Another really excellent performance all in all. Of course it is a late cycle business, but even so what is there to be negative about?
westcountryboy
20/9/2008
18:47
Hello David :-) As you know I am a man of few words and I can't think of anything to say at the moment, just like with most of my other stocks... I anticipate a good set of results, a very cautious outlook statement, and very little market reaction. Better that than an opportunistic offer to buy out the company on the cheap, like some Companies From Tyneside...
westcountryboy
20/9/2008
13:24
Just call me Robinson Crusoe ! I am not so sure it has ever been a really popular PI stock although I do know four other serious investors who hold the stock as well as me. It has never had a crazy gang type following but I think John Lee in his popular newspaper column has mentioned the company about a year ago. The number of posters coming here tells you that there are very few indeed that really know about or have researched the company in detail. I like well managed originally family backed style companies where they have moved with the times but always retain the conservative principles. The assets here are rock solid and they have freeholds not hefty rents to pay. The company just builds and builds the cash reserves. The dividend should not be at threat even in a downturn. Good luck if you move from lurking to holding but you are most welcome on the island...Where is your treasure stashed ?
davidosh
20/9/2008
12:44
Hi there...How did you find my island ?
davidosh
26/3/2008
15:23
Blimey...excellent results but the quietest board on ADVFN !!
davidosh
04/2/2008
11:05
On the basis that someone comes here about every third month I thought this may interest you... http://boards.fool.co.uk/Message.asp?mid=10909580&bid=51144 Worth a read as it is an excellent review of the company
davidosh
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