Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Northern 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 75.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:30:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 977.0 7.4 3.0 25.2 359.53

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31/12/2017
10:41
wilkie_hk: A pre-emptive Happy New Year to all and good to see some healthy annual returns on here once more. My year end figure is +12% YTD, which includes dividends. I had two dogs in CLLN and TALK this year, where due to being very busy at work I was slow to react to negative releases. A day's delay in selling out in both added considerably to losses I would have incurred had I sold at market opening on the first day. Notwithstanding this, I had previously recognised that TALK was over valued and I had been looking for the moment to sell out and had set non-executed daily sell limit orders in Selftrade a couple of times, which would have yielded me a respectable profit. So message to self - be more decisive. However, my heavy holding is CRST. A useful article in Investors Chronicle a couple of years ago reinforced by a more recent article (6th Jan 2017 issue) alerted me to share price pattern of housebuilders' stock, researched from 1992, that showed the average return over the first 3 months of the year being 8.1%. I actioned this last year by selling out on half my holding just before the end of the tax year and have topped up again on price weakness this November in readiness to reduce again in April. Hopefully, this will again form the backbone of a respectable return this year. With the unprecedented increase in the UK population and the resulting demand for housing, I am quite comfortable holding housebuilders. Anyway, good luck and judgement to all for the coming year.
18/12/2017
18:09
deanforester: I'm up +0.610% on teh day today (FTSE1200 +0.620%). Best rises: IMI +3.08%, TW. +1.73% and SMDS +1.69%. Worst falls: CLLN -2.99%, BT.A -0.79% and TSCO -0.60%. For a change the big rises came in some of my heavier weight shares, and the falls came in lighter weighted shares. No obvious news on why IMI rose so much, although they bought some outfit in the USA late last week. CLLN keeps featuring because it is moving in 0.25p steps, which are quite a lot on a 16p share price. Just about freezing this morning, with a bit of black ice around. Maybe +5°C this afternoon. DF
13/12/2017
20:37
aleman: Hyden, I think marketmakers trying to square their books over the holiday and then running them with small positions exaggerates whatever the underlying trend is. They move prices faster rather than go short or long for a period when they don't want to be at their desk too much. Markets go up 85% of the time so you will get an enhanced share price rise over Christmas 85% of the time. I reckon they also fall faster 15% of the time, too, but rose-tinted glasses tend to overlook that when they look back. Maybe, I'm overlooking the lack of ex-dividends which drag on the index at other times of year?
12/12/2017
12:52
aleman: A few days of rises has postponed the death cross and lifted the share price above all the usual moving averages - potentially a positive signal but the averages are so close together now it looks more like a flat-lining trend might ensue. Whither next?
12/12/2017
10:01
mrphil: Helping the BP. share price this morning! I see the big four supermarkets continue to lose market share https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/sainsbury-SBRY/share-news/Top-Four-U-K-Grocers-Increase-Sales-but-Still-Lo/76275467
22/11/2017
07:40
mrphil: Morning All. UU. revenue up, profit up, dividend up - share price.......
09/11/2017
22:11
hyden: A terrible day for the Portfolio, -0.99% amidst a sea of red. Fallers outpace risers by a ratio of 4:1. ISAT was easily the worst value faller. The one bright spot was APF which put out a cracking trading statement, prompting a healthy rise in the share price. :-) I have reduced my positions in a number of stocks today, increasing my cash holdings by a further 4 percentage points, or thereabouts. Most of the sales have been at the lower end of my yield curve so my income hasn't suffered much and is still sufficient to keep a roof over my head, should I have cause to draw on it. :-) Weather-wise it was dull with light afternoon rain and a couple of brief bright spots. Very mild with temperatures reaching into the lows teens.
27/10/2017
19:14
aleman: 55% of S&P500 results are now in and many have beaten the reduced forecasts (as is usual). The Factset aggregated forecasts for Q3 earnings is now +4.7% versus +1.7% last week - a considerable improvement but still a weakish result that has not justfied share price rises this summer. Weaker guidance from many has dragged Q4 down from 11.2% to 10.7% and FY 2018 shows its first sign of erosion from 11.6% to 11.4%. Can share prices keep their upward momentum if forecasts are modestly falling? Https://insight.factset.com/hubfs/Resources%20Section/Research%20Desk/Earnings%20Insight/EarningsInsight_102717.pdf
21/8/2017
18:19
hyden: wllm, a dividend yield of over 7% is a worry. The market is effectively pricing in a high risk that the dividend may be cut or dropped. I must admit that I don't know much about Provident Financial except that it was traditionally a doorstep lender. It may be that the market is pricing in an increased risk of recession and doorstep loans are traditionally seen as more risky than other loans in recessionary times which may explain the exaggerated share price movements? The recent results attempt to counter this, stating that the company "... has continued to exercise strong discipline around credit and not observed changes in customer behaviour in relation to either demand for credit or credit performance." For me, the rapid pace of the share price decline is enough to set alarm bells ringing. I was badly burned by CLLN (I lost around half of my original investment), so now I pay much more heed to price movements. Having said this, I see that the short interest is not at all high and, whilst it has been increasing this year, currently stands at just 3.70% whereas CLLN is at 22.6%!
21/8/2017
16:46
wllmherk: Not a good day for me with PFG doing the damage, anyone else hold this stock ? the share price has halved in less than 4 months due to problems,(of managements own making), with the consumer credit division, now yielding a very healthy 7%+, whilst the share price falls are painful I've been topping up, but, not much ammo left. wllm
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