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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Purecircle Limited LSE:PURE London Ordinary Share BMG7300G1096 ORD USD0.10 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 99.50 99.40 99.60 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 99.2 5.7 3.8 27.7 184

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04/3/2009
19:47
If you folks talked less and read more then you would be reading the broker note produced in October last year but you don't want facts do you. No. Well they aren't facts, they are just estimates but they quite clearly show the path that could be trodden here. Profits estimated to be 143m, yes, that's right, 143m by 2011. Now let me see...if the price stays exactly where it is then that would be profits of 143m on a cap of 215m. Put that another way, if you bought the company for 143m you would get your money back in less than 2 years. So whatever you think is in the price is in the price....for you. Not for me. OK...for 2009 profits are more modest at 15m and that does leave it looking a little expensive. 2010 estimate is 55m. 55m profits on a cap of 215...oh yes, shockingly expensive. So what do you think someone would have to pay to buy it? Remember, 2011 profit forecast is 143m....???? Growth company....er.....£1.60? I don't think so, do you? Oh well, get it or be gone....you either see the potential or you don't. Of course the contracts may not come and the profits might not follow but as things stand it's about the most exciting growth story as I can find on the stock market today. Chin chin. S
smarm
04/3/2009
19:23
We are not all taciturn, WMJ
donutulike
04/3/2009
19:20
papalprat never has a point as no one in their right mind takes any notice. donutulike-living as someone who appears upon every thread, every minute of the day-you`d make more sense if you posted less!
williemanjaro
04/3/2009
19:10
Despite PapalPrat being irritating, he does have a point: which is that a lot of profit growth is already in the price. What would PURE have to do op profits-wise within 3 years for there to be a fully justified share price increase? Quite a lot.
donutulike
04/3/2009
18:20
sleveen; cheers i check it out.
dia43
04/3/2009
17:50
presentation's available on the website
sleveen
04/3/2009
17:42
I wonder what the analysts made of the presentation, this morning?
dia43
04/3/2009
16:29
smarm - we can only hope!
pitwits
04/3/2009
15:48
Rampartists - LOL!
foodcritic
04/3/2009
15:32
PitWits - so would I but as you noted the poster just didn't answer the question. S
smarm
04/3/2009
14:05
Well, little action on these results, I guess because things are simply "on track". I don't find this BB too busy. I think everyone invested here is aware of ramifications for growth companies when targets are not achieved. The last few paragraphs of the chairmans statement sum up pretty nicely what we are paying for. Events are moving on at a pace in the wider market. With widespread regulatory clearances and many major product launches, it is clear that this is going to be a large global industry. PureCircle is the undisputed market leader. We are demonstrably scaling our business rapidly and we have robust plans in place to keep doing so. This is an exciting time for PureCircle. As with all businesses, but we look forward to reporting on further progress. PS, I would also be delighted to hear about some other stocks with excellent prospects like this one, on lower valuations!
pitwits
04/3/2009
13:14
JDaviesHome Nobody is saying there is no risk here. Nobody is saying it is cheap but when you start to run through the revenue prospects if they can just garner a corner of the sugar/artificial sweetener market then the prospects are better than any other AIM share I can think of. This is a quiet thread....since you think we are all 'rampartists' and you have failed to mention even one share you think is better, I suggest you quietly move on and leave us to it. S
smarm
04/3/2009
13:07
hmmm yes, i have PE 17.86 for 2009..
jailbird
04/3/2009
13:04
Brokers forecasting earning s of 19.6c for the current year ending June 09...rising to 78.2c in 2010.PE for next year is close to 3.
nurdin
04/3/2009
13:00
nurdin, i totally agree, the positive health benefits over sugar is obvious. mkt cap is £213M..broker forward PE17.86...i do believe next year and ongoing is extremely exciting, but i feel i may get a better opp to add a few more cheaper.
jailbird
04/3/2009
12:55
jenson..obesity is one of the primary causes of diabetes.Replacing calorific ingriendients in the most consumed items like drinks ,cereal and desserts is a major step towards helping to prevent the onset of diabetes.It also helps diabetic patients with a sweet tooth. Artificial sweetner are chemically fabricated and their health saftey is still in question.Consumers and Government healthcare deparments are therefore naturally excited about the introduction of natural sweetner like Reb-A
nurdin
04/3/2009
12:52
There are so many that could have "prospects" what matters is turning prospects into real growth. Jam tomorrow stocks on PERs of times 80 are not going anywhere and should really be back down to 40 before too long and then down from there again too. Too many rampartists in this one, watch them pile out now as April/May comes!
jdavieshome
04/3/2009
12:48
JDaviesHome - OK, let's see the list of AIM shares that you think have better growth prospects than PURE. S
smarm
04/3/2009
12:46
Earnings of 1p. Share price 160p. I can think of many more growth companies on AIM with no debt and cash in the bank and good earnings who are on a PER of around times 3. This is on about times 80, which means lots of hype is in the price, get ready for price crash April/May for PURE in my opinion.
jdavieshome
04/3/2009
12:43
I believe you :-) Growth stocks move on newsflow more than current earnings imo. CR
cockneyrebel
04/3/2009
12:42
With diabetes running at record levels in todays society, which is in no small way down to the amount of sugar in the food we buy, what effect would Reb-A have if it replaced current sweetners. I am assuming it will make a positive difference. Am I right in that assumption? If so this is a great long term play.
jenson joyce
04/3/2009
12:34
PURE are already working with a number of food manufacturers to help them incorporate Reb-A into their products(eg Kellogs).Your view that orders will be announced in next few weeks/months is spot on CR...take it from me :o)
nurdin
04/3/2009
11:45
That's the feature of a growth stock - the earnings growth. If these were making big earnings now the share price would be a lot higher. There has to be a fair chunk of faith but the earnings growth next year over this year is 250% forecast. I dare say today many like me were hoping for contract news as a carrot dangler but not a lot there. Guess they will appear in the coming weeks and months. A few taking profits because the got what they expected and no more imo. Bet your life if you sell the next day they'll announce a contract! CR
cockneyrebel
04/3/2009
09:50
From Sharecast.... http://www.sharecast.com/cgi-bin/sharecast/story.cgi?story_id=2640842 Purecircle serves up 73% profit increase Wed 04 Mar 2009 LONDON (SHARECAST) - Sweetener group PureCircle served up a 73% increase in interim pre-tax profit after good demand for its products and expects to make further progress going forward. The Malaysia based firm said that it had signed new multi-million dollar contracts with companies such as Pepsico and Whole Earth. Pre-tax profit rose to $2.04m in the six months ended 31 December 2008 from a proforma profit of $1.18m a year before. Revenue jumped 49% to $21.6m. Purecircle said it would not be recommending an interim dividend as it preserve cash. "This will be reviewed in the future in light of the group's progress and funding requirements." In Wednesday's statement the group said, "While the company is growing its business, the board deems working capital to be a priority." "Challenges remain but we look forward to reporting on further progress, " it said.
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