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NFDS Nthn.Foods

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nthn.Foods LSE:NFDS London Ordinary Share GB0006466089 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 75.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
0 0 N/A 0

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/5/2024
12:32
Off to the cinema with the grandkids this afternoon!
mrphil
28/5/2024
11:44
Good morning. I was late out of bed and aching terribly after trimming the tallest hedge sides. They have gotten way out of control and I have not even got on the ladder to attack the tops yet. I'm being restricted by the wheelie bin capacity struggling to match th eexcessive growth and late start this year. I then had to entertain No.3 with an hour of football yesterday at the local rec. I suppose it saved paying for the gym although we utilised nearby "refreshment" which eradicated the financial gain.

A CBI balance of 20% of retailers reported they’d raised their prices in May, down from 54% in February.

Doesn't this indicate a strong moderation of inflation in recent months?

aleman
28/5/2024
10:38
Morning everyone.

Raining earlier so went back to bed. Up now and it's still pouring down.

Very good lunch yesterday with my wife and her friends who she sees at the swimming club. No other partners turned up so it was just me and six very nice ladies :-)

Mr P , I've notified ii that I will be taking up my NG. rights.

philanderer
28/5/2024
10:05
Sold my WJG (at a small profit) to raise enough funds if I decide to take up the NG. rights offer.
mrphil
28/5/2024
09:58
Morning All.

Holiday hasn't started too well, already been in for a couple of hours this morning as we have two off for funerals and another two down with Covid! All four are key players!

Weather not great so back home sorting out my tax return.

mrphil
27/5/2024
19:27
I did National Service, as National Service Aircrew. Flew Tiger Moths, Chipmunks, Oxfords and Meteors. However bad weather, Illness and the Korean War ending conspired to curtail my training at the Meteor stage, so I became a secretarial oficer and helped run the Married Quarters at 30 MU Stoke heath for the last 6 months. Most people enjoyed National Service, but those who were determined not to enjoy it certainly lost out. My 4 years Reserve Service was done in the Fighter Control Flight of the University Air Squadron. That again was enjoyable and paid me a little for the time spent.

The real point is that those who opt for National Sevice now will be Volunteers. Some will opt to stay in their particular service when their year is over. The services are set up to handle and train new recruits. Those who do the training will be mostly people near the end of their committed service, be it 22 years or whatever. If need be, some reservists can be drafted back to do the job. Those who do not stay on will likely be in the reserve services, like the Territorials or RAFVR. Having a trainded cohort of reserves will be a great adavantage in the event of an emergency.

DF

deanforester
27/5/2024
11:12
A good or bad idea who knows, but at least it stokes debate - which is perhaps the point?

Our forecast has totally changed since 8am - we had sun, cloud and light winds in this afternoons mix - now we have thundery showers and a moderate breeze - it must be a Bank Holiday!

skinny
27/5/2024
10:42
Morning everyone.

wllm, thanks for updating.

Funny old weather yesterday , 30 minutes sunshine, 30 minutes showers and on and on.

Out for lunch today.

philanderer
27/5/2024
10:17
My dad did national service. Said that there was no enthusiasm from those compelled to do it and the army didn't want people that didn't want to be there. I can't see that changing. Plus (as has been pointed out) where are they going to stay etc. And what are the uni's going to do with reduced numbers etc. There was the volunteering thing started by Cameron that was dropped during covid. That was fairly underwhelming.

Not sure who I'll vote for. Will go to a local hustings if they have one.

dr biotech
27/5/2024
09:16
Would the 'grey voters' not think national service would be a good thing?

There's a lot of holes in it but as face value I don't see it as a bad concept? Too many selfish people out there and perhaps this type of scheme might help.. needs lots of ironing out mind.

carpingtris
27/5/2024
09:10
Good Morning.

Gateside, I said exactly that to my wife earlier.

skinny
26/5/2024
16:42
I am beginning to think Sunak is actively trying to NOT get elected.
gateside
26/5/2024
12:44
Well you conceded 86 goals while we conceded 59 - and only 39 in the 35 games Platt played.
aleman
26/5/2024
12:17
It was certainly Magpies defence that needed strengthening so an outstanding signing for us. Reading the forum can see your supporters disappointment and significant he is our first signing, priorities are being addressed correctly for once. Lets hope he is good at dealing with free kicks and corners our obvious weakness.
blueliner
25/5/2024
19:48
I see the Magpies have signed Matty Platt. He does nothing fancy but is a very solid no non-sense central centre-back. Put a couple of quicker and more mobile wide centre backs next to him and you'll probably have a good defensive line for League 2. He's also played quite well on the right of a pair. I'm really disappointed we've lost him. We'd have been in the play-offs if he'd played more than 35 games last season.
aleman
25/5/2024
11:44
Thanks, wllm. It's remarkable that we're all still behind UKX and HIX at +7.6% and +8.8% (Thanks, DF.) but we do seem to be gaining slightly. I certainly am, from well behind.

I had the slight tax hit in January which, naturally, I tend to recover from over time, but a bit of the recent driver is a bit of switching to investment trusts at wide discounts to pick up juicy dividends and recovery to more modest discounts. So far the latter has only happened a little but the stronger dividend flow means I now have a substantial surplus for the months of May and July, which will get credited in due course. Although still fairly modest by portfolio standards, I'm just happy to have any kind of annual surplus over living expenses. It's always been a target and I seem to have finally made it.

I suspect there will be some more mileage in discounts closing and could be be tempted to increase my investment trust holdings further, with both the reinvested surplus income and perhaps the odd individual stock sale. ITs are currently a little over 50% of my portfolio and 8 of the 17 holdings, and increasing them is making portfolio monitoring less time consuming and more relaxing. Less trading and admin is freeing me up to catch up on domestic jobs and exercise more. I have no worries about increasing that further, with discounts still mostly a little higher than average, and a preference for more international exposure since I feel the UK economy continues to stutter into a new political uncertainty from the chaotic old one.

I remain wary we might still get stung by potential new taxes on dividends under the new regime, though, and get knocked back again when I was just starting to finally feel almost comfortable. There is a saying that, if you are not nervous investing, then you are not doing it right! The last couple of times I've started to envisage surplus income, I was hit by some dividend cuts, most recently thanks to Covid. Maybe it will be third time lucky this time and I can manage to stay in surplus, or maybe there is another black swan flapping our way?

aleman
25/5/2024
09:45
Thanks Wllm

My son plays chess for his uni team and tennis. Wonder how many others do.

Lost last night, 4-6/2-6 and 6-4/3-6 0-1. Its going to be tough season. Played well enough by my standards but thats not going to keep us up. faded in the 4th set and had quite a bit of cramp last night, I'm not really fit enough either.


I've often wondered about selling everything and buying 10 dividend paying shares/trusts. Then the likes of safe, boring NG show that nothing is actually like that.

dr biotech
25/5/2024
09:19
Good Morning.

Thanks wllm.

skinny
25/5/2024
08:26
Thanks wllm, enjoy your Chess Congress.
blueliner
25/5/2024
08:18
Thanks for update wllm.
malcolm caton
24/5/2024
23:16
Standings 24/5/2024

Pos:Chg:Name::::::::::Performance

1st = Dr Biotech::::::+7.45%
2nd ↑ Carpingtris:::::+6.33%
3rd = Malcolm Caton:::+5.76%
4th ↓ DeanForester::::+5.67%
5th ↑ MrP:::::::::::::+4.44%
6th ↓ Philanderer:::::+4.17%
7th = Blueliner:::::::+3.60%
8th = Aleman::::::::::+3.50%
9th ↑ Skinny::::::::::+1.11%
10t ↓ Gateside::::::::+0.80%
11t = Wllmherk::::::::-1.25%

Have a nice weekend gents,

wllm :)

wllmherk
24/5/2024
23:13
Not a good week for me on the markets with some of my REIT's and Renewables having a tough time of it.

Worst Faller: ORIT -6.00%
Best Riser: ABDN +3.19%

On the week: -1.53%
YTD -1.25%

Off to a Chess Congress for the holiday weekend so no Tennis tomorrow.

Watched a documentary on Netflix, Ashley Madison, about a dating site for married people, really enjoyable watch, would recommend.

wllm :)

wllmherk
24/5/2024
21:53
Poor performance from my portfolio this Week, down over 2% Not overly sure why I have underperformed others here by such a margin. Though my broker is not showing the nil paid rights in National Grid yet, so I don't think my YTD is that accurate this week.Oh well, I do consider sometimes about selling my whole portfolio and buying about 6 different and diverse Investment Trusts and Global Trackers.YTD is +0.8%
gateside
24/5/2024
20:02
I finished down 0.15%, -1.44% on the week and +1.11% YTD.

Full on children weekend for us.

Enjoy your weekend.

skinny
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