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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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/7/2009
21:41
Setting up for a bounce off the 100 day ma. bwdik
spudders
06/7/2009
09:13
just sold ...I don't like the look of the current fall
sleveen
06/7/2009
07:55
Hi biggestartist, Sorry I know nothing of this although it does look interesting and I will hopefully have time today to have a read-up. FC
foodcritic
23/6/2009
20:23
Gabrielle Reece Shows Natural is Beautiful in New PureVia(TM) Campaign http://www.brandweek.com/bw/content_display/news-and-features/direct/e3i235a6a3dbc3c1866d2d41086a6741d3f
foodcritic
23/6/2009
17:22
Felix ... more winners than losers is not the answer. 60% winners and 40% losers can become 50/50 if the spreads are wide and cost are high. Things ain't always what they seem. I don't go in for 'think' and 'believe' but trade on fundamental value as of now - not what might or might not happen next year. I use a simple formular that serves me well for value investing which is the share price now over or under 1x net tangible assets per share + 10x divi if there is any. Its a simple approach based on modified Ben Graham. Simons short trades usuall fit well as overvalued on this measure. So I reiterate that he is trading (or should I say gambling) a punt or gut feeling which I didn't think was his usual style - maybe I am wrong.
henryatkin
23/6/2009
16:57
Volumes are not the only thing the forecasts are based on....assumptions of operating margins are also a key. In my opinion,PURE will quite likely meet volume targets but profits could fall well short of expectations as the brokers have assumed much higher levels of margins at this stage of their development.Do bear in mind that they have recruited some heavy weight marketing directors which will have added quite a bit to the operating costs.Production efficiencies also need to be ramped up for their newer facilities which all takes a bit of time. I have sold quite a large portion of my holding but will buy back once I am satisfied that the longer term prospects for PURE are intact.
nurdin
23/6/2009
16:23
The forecasts are based on selling certain volumes - which ultimately is related to how much Pepsi etc decide to switch off sugar or asparthame for stevia drinks or food - which is in turn related to public demand for stevia drink / foods All he is pointing out is that the mkt cap of the company and share price is related ultimately to how much it will sell this year next year etc etc and how fast that volume will grow. All Simon perceives is that the actual growth in demand and therefore profit is not going to happen as fast as share price implies. - either cos volumes won ;t switch as public doesn;t like stevia or perhaps becuase the world can;t produce enough stevia to replace sugar or asphartame yet. You beleive what you want Henry , Simon beleives what he wants - and market via share price will beleive what it wants. All share price represents is what current buyers and sellers think of its prospects and valuation and is affected by overall mkt fundies too - whether you think that is fair or not. Personally I have reservations that PURE will meet its volume tonnage targets for this year. That just implies slower growth and therefore a lower rating than here - and therefore a lower share price. All Simon has done therefore is bet on this. Some he wins some he loses . As long as you have more winners than losers hey ho .
felix99
23/6/2009
15:39
Simon .... I usually have a high regard for your trades because of your sound fundamentals judgement. Sadly on this occasion I think you have got it wrong. Your argument is directed at the Brokers report rather than the company finances. Also to talk of Labour spin when all you base your trade on is talk of 'overrated in relation to probability and possibility' is rather like the pot calling the kettle black. The statement is pure (pardon the choice of word) spin. Turning to fundamentals I see worthy contracts and a share price at less than 10x net tangible assets per share. Am I missing something???
henryatkin
22/6/2009
18:32
Treeshake by the looks, maybe ins want to get in at lower levels before more approvals. BWDIK DYOR Cawky - Was that your 1K sell
spudders
19/6/2009
09:14
SoBe Lifewater Gets Social This Summer http://www.brandweek.com/bw/content_display/news-and-features/direct/e3i71cdc4be5311379deeb465e683a304b1
foodcritic
15/6/2009
09:39
TIDMPURE RNS Number : 8749T PureCircle Limited 15 June 2009 ? PURECIRCLE LIMITED ("PureCircle" or "the Company") Notification of a Major Interest PureCircle (LSE PURE), the world's leading producer of Natural High Intensity Sweeteners, including Reb A, has been notified by Fidelity Management and Research LLC that it now holds 6,688,078 shares in the Company, representing 5.04% of the issued share capital.
sheeneqa
12/6/2009
23:28
Foodcritic; A 'Quikie' over on Rainmakers 22bag thread, please. 2b..
2baffled
12/6/2009
12:56
Givaudan Identifies Reb-A Bitter Taste Receptor http://www.foodprocessing.com/industrynews/2009/081.html
foodcritic
02/6/2009
16:17
with drugs one can now get europe wide approval as with alli in the past 2 months
haroldthegreat
02/6/2009
10:17
Breaking out :o)
nurdin
02/6/2009
07:34
Hi FC Yes I was expecting Reb-A approval in France in November...but seems to me this will come earlier than expected.Could France trigger a domino effect in the rest of Europe? Cheers for the links
nurdin
02/6/2009
07:15
Supply Chain Investment Key to Stevia's Competitiveness http://www.tradingmarkets.com/.site/news/Stock%20News/2354523/
foodcritic
02/6/2009
07:11
Hi nurdin, this may be of interest and answers my own question. http://www.foodnavigator.com/Legislation/France-and-rest-of-Europe-prepare-for-stevia-approval FC
foodcritic
22/5/2009
10:55
Can the French go it alone? Need to check with one of my EU legal colleagues. But look forward to EU approval soon hopefully. I often run the idea of a natural sweetener with zero cals etc... past people I work with in the food industry. Not one person I have spoken to is aware of Reb-A, but all like the concept. If only someone could do the same for salt (flavour enhancement & preservative but without the health problems)......££££££
foodcritic
22/5/2009
10:36
Think we should speculate now about the EU approval with the French going ahead in Novemeber :o)
nurdin
22/5/2009
10:33
Hi nurdin, true and all the speculation of FDA approval.
foodcritic
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