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NFDS Nthn.Foods

0.00 (0.00%)
23 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Northern Foods Investors - NFDS

Northern Foods Investors - NFDS

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Nthn.Foods NFDS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 75.00 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
75.00 75.00
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Posted at 30/4/2024 09:29 by m.j.g
Glad you are back in profit looks like the FTSE is out performing America at last, maybe active investors will start to beat the passive investors.
Posted at 26/4/2024 10:00 by aleman
LOL! You must be a great investor if you can make money in your sleep.

Petrol not gone down around here this week. In fact a couple of more "touristy" stations have gone up a penny, now the season has started. Meanwhile, oil and the crack spread are creeping up so they'll probably have some more rises next week even though we never saw any falls this. Unjustified rises in supermarkets and petrol stations are possibly going to stop CPI hitting 2%.

Diesel now 6p cheaper than petrol wholesale but 8p more expensive retail - a 14p rise in margin v petrol in only a few weeks and the margin on petrol looks to have crept up.
Posted at 26/3/2024 19:13 by aleman
+0.2%. Trusts refusing to rise with improving NAVs again but I don't mind if they all produce higher dividends in time.

A pleasant watery sunshine morning but a very cold afternoon again in the northerly. We went to Yorkshire Lavender a little before their season at a reduced price, where the frogspawn was hatching out, and we had excellent pizzas for dinner at a specialist pub in Malton. I might regret not cutting the grass, though, with drizzle expected all night. 10.5C after 4.2C, but a chilly 7-8C after lunch as it clouded a bit. Everywhere we went was unusually quiet again so it's not just the Lakes. The pizza pub had 4 bar staff serving just two or three tables in the time we were there. Where is everybody? As an investor, it's making me nervous.
Posted at 18/3/2024 17:41 by aleman
-0.1%. Drift continues, aided by PHNX today. Investment trust discounts stopped expanding for a few weeks but seem to have started expanding slightly again.

(There seem to be a few trusts that have got on top of this by offering small partial tenders at increasingly small discounts. Investors then buy in the knowledge that any further discount expansion can be offset later buy tendering but the new buying tends to shrink the discount, e.g. IGC arranged a 6% then 3% discounted tender offer and now issues shares at a premium. The VNH discount has shrunk a lot with their tender offer to the point nobody will probably bother. Just the prospect of a tender offer tends to encourage buying to the point that the tender just about becomes negated. I expect this trend to spread. Investment trusts at bigger discounts could do well in the medium term. This is more an observation than a forecast, though.)

A mostly sunny day, with a slight breeze. Our garden's sheltered southern-aspect sun premium was clear for the first time this year. 16.1C after 7.1C. Late morning felt like a summer's day - probably since there's been no sun this year to adjust to yet! A canopy of high cloud has rolled in over the last hour or so but at least it should lock in some of the remaining slight warmth overnight, though it looks set to bring a little light rain - of course.

Bike ride and trip to shop. Both made problematic by the hollow-headed people that come out when the sun shines, and even though road traffic was surprisingly light again. Prices are edging up in SBRY. Why? Only saved 3% on the Nectar card today.

After biding our time in the hunt, we've finally swapped our reliable, ageing Grand C-Max for another, very tidy, ageing Grand C-Max with 100k less on the clock and a hard-to-find extra 60 horses. With rather more power, I'm anticipating we will have nowhere near the difference the old one had between superunleaded E5 and regular E10 petrol but that remains to be seen. I'm sure I'll bore you all to death with it at some point. For now, I'm just enjoying being able to overtake anything anywhere without having to hunt a long gap in oncoming traffic. I just need to find some roads without cones and pot-holes now .....
Posted at 05/3/2024 00:17 by philanderer
UK investors shun British equity funds in favour of surging US valuations
Posted at 04/3/2024 15:59 by aleman
If UK insurance and pension funds have sold UK share investments down to 4% - and just 1.6% for pension funds alone!!! - , they can't possibly keep selling at the same rate. Meanwhile, hedge funds, private equity and foreign companies have been buying up what UK pension funds have been (recklessly?) selling off for peanuts. One wonders if UK pensions investors will have some kind of legal case eventually for poor allocation for their long term investments?

Meanwhile, will the following now set us up for a bull market under the incoming Labour government?
Posted at 27/2/2024 09:30 by aleman
More staff following the vowels out of Abrdn. Do they think that encourages new investors?
Posted at 20/2/2024 17:13 by aleman
-0.3%. Entirely down to PLUS's fall good (though lower) results , a bumper dividend and a buy recommendation in The Investors Chronicle. :-/

It's starting to rain and the wind has picked up but it's been mostly sunny and mild. Even though damper than I expected, I got the grass cut at the front after raking out a small percentage of the copious moss. There was a lot more grass than expected, too. I'd normally fill a bag or so but got 4 this time and nearly filled the green bin from empty. (Need to empty the compost pit - weather permitting!) A passing group of walkers said it was the first grass cutting they'd seen and the smell was lovely but I think many neighbours missed a good chance to squeeze a cut in, given the recent very rapid growth and predicted weather. 13.9C after 6.7C.

I said the other day that that daffs in the back lawn usually take two weeks to blossom from sunny to shady but that they were all coming out together this year, proving the lack of sun. I was incorrect, they are actually coming out slightly backwards, showing that just the blanket effect of the trees is still warmer than the pathetic amount of sun we've had.
Posted at 06/2/2024 11:12 by aleman
Chart near the top of this linked pdf shows EU retail sales volume graphs that suggest they've been in mild recession for over 2 years, with sales volume dropping 5% from peak.

I'd say that matches what we probably feel as investors. AIM100 and FTSE250 both peaked in Aug 2021. The FTSE250 is down about 20% since then (AIM -45%), which would be consistent with a persistent mild recession. Unfortunately, some people seem intent on making it worse.
Posted at 06/2/2024 09:59 by aleman
Gilts are already just about back to suggesting 4 rate cuts this year, 4 next year and 2 in 2026. They need to wheel out some more central bankers to talk medium and long rates up again. Why do central bankers not see what thousands of investors in Gilts markets (and a fair number of investment houses' forecasts) do? Even if they were to start to cut now, most mortgages are on fixed rates and the average rate would keep rising for about another year. It could take 18 months before any effect is seen in the general economy. They need to get a move on.

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