Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Produce Invest LSE:PIL London Ordinary Share GB00B3ZGBY47 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00p -1.52% 195.00p 190.00p 200.00p 198.00p 195.00p 198.00p 3,363.00 09:14:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 185.1 3.5 12.0 16.3 51.66

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/4/2017
22:25
Well he's the chairman so he'd better know something ;))
battlebus2
24/4/2017
22:23
Hmm more director buying .... what does he know ....
catsick
29/3/2017
07:39
I actually chopped out some of my holding after those results, however the director buy would seem to validate the kitchen sinking and some deal afoot theory.....
catsick
28/3/2017
14:57
Good to see you here chrisis33, it's gonna be a long termer with a great dividend while we wait.
battlebus2
28/3/2017
14:32
Bought a small number here Battlebus, following chairman's buy.
chrisis33
28/3/2017
13:16
Good to see a bit of a recovery today, up 10p...on the back of the director buying his first shares
battlebus2
24/3/2017
21:29
How did you miss that lol. It's the reason the old guard left as the company transforms. It's all good. Just the beginning imv.
battlebus2
24/3/2017
21:05
Yes, missed that. Whether this is a good thing or not, only time will tell. What's the background of the newbies...do they have good or bad form I wonder?
topvest
24/3/2017
20:48
That is an interesting excerpt. Very ambitious.
hutch_pod
24/3/2017
19:57
a REVERSE TAKE-OVER on the cards?? a fascinating update from PIL! they seemed to kitchen sink results from the new FD, and debt has increased through it is easy to see there is good c/flow to come from WC. WC stock and debtors balances are 10m higher than norm so these will reverse in H2 - maybe the new FD was too focused on the kitchen sink to worry about day to day CASH flow?? They confirm that CASH at year end will be < £18m so that is at least £12m CASH flow in H2. However the fascinating statement was when they said that the 'INITIAL acquisitions they are looking at have Enterprise Values up to £500m!! obviously this would transform PIL and maybe explains the sharp shareholder interest from Zucker. Could get interesting.... All IMHO, DYOR + BoL PIL is in my portfolio
thirty fifty twenty
23/3/2017
08:02
Looks like there is a bit of a clear out with new management. Not what we hoped for though. Anyway, outlook pretty robust and dividend edged-up again.
topvest
23/3/2017
07:57
Yes not what I was hoping for and not even hinted at, I cant get my head around why a potato producer has a problem with high prices, Ok they buy in a lot but they are also major producers and should be coining it in in this environment ...
catsick
23/3/2017
07:54
Interim results are a bit of a shock. Mild profit warning as well. Outlook better. Seems like they should have announced this earlier. Down we go today.
topvest
20/3/2017
10:43
cyfran Thanks for the interesting reply.
mathewawood
17/3/2017
14:24
I did say this is long term. I don't base this view on the current valuation of potatoes as you have stated above.
cyfran101
14/3/2017
19:34
Play on Water I don't know if you've seen the film The Big Short? Michael Burry is a fund manager who was first to note that the sub prime market was going to cause the 2008 "credit crunch" At the end of the film it notes his current investments are all deployed around water. When you look into the strategy he is not investing in water companies etc as he is aware that there is no method of trading water to capitalise on the finite amount of quality water in the world and the growing population/climate change long term trends. Now he has looked at this and thought that if I can't trade water I can instead invest in area that depend heavily on water and his investments are not in potatoes but almond plantations in California. Almonds need an very high level of water per nut produced in an area that has drought issues. Invest in the best plantations and long term you will reap the rewards as these almonds can then be traded. We can extrapolate to a certain extent as potatoes are 80% water and one of the few vegetables that we don't rely on imports as our country has optimal conditions. These are tradeable items and therefore as water becomes more of an issue this is a de facto play on water.
cyfran101
14/3/2017
13:51
This seems to becoming a hot potato ahead of results ...
catsick
13/3/2017
12:01
"Play on water" could you explain please.
mathewawood
09/3/2017
23:54
Short term: Benefits from pounds slide.Medium term: Pounds slide offset by labour issues but further acquistions expected.Long term: Play on water.
cyfran101
09/3/2017
15:08
Interims next week? Testing the 200p threshold today.
bruceylegs
11/2/2017
18:04
Agreed its the margin thats important to us on the 80 percent that are not our own grown, these are not really brought on the open market though we are contracted with the farmers and do a lot of the harvest/process/transport/bagging etc , the nature of the agreements with the farmers is not 100pct clear so its difficult to predict what the margin will do in this environment, high prices should be good for everyone but some guidance from the company would be welcome. Also this new agreement with tesco seems to fix the margin all the way down the chain so it may be that some chunk of the business does not benefit from a higher price.
catsick
11/2/2017
05:21
I've noticed the price of spuds has gone up recently now I know why
jon123
10/2/2017
22:13
Prices are running 100 pounds a ton higher than this time last year for many varieties of spuds, just on the 100k tons they grow themselves that would equate to a 10m gbp windfall, or 20 pct of market cap, now clearly tesco will take their ounce of flesh and there will be a reason why the higher prices dont feed through but these shares must get some benefit from the boost in prices
catsick
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