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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 0.00 - 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 26.1 184

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22/9/2010
09:46
Results as predicted and reflected in the already depressed price. A downward move of overall markets will no doubt push Pure's share price lower. So shorters like SC may benefit. However those who believe in the bigger "stevia" (obesity) picture will do well in the long term. Pure have geared themselves to global growth. When (not if) this growth happens they will benefit and the share price will move higher. Just a matter of time. (SC may get greedy and be burned by remaining short)
troc1958
22/9/2010
09:29
Gentlemen, Ths company's results statement this morning is remarkably bad. Declining profits - indeed, there is hardly any profit - certainly a tiny error in computing stock would eliminate all profit. There is rising debt. And of course the competition is marching along. These shares cannot now be worth a penny over 125p. Even the chairman thinks that the short term forecast for sales is uncertain. And that means the long term outlook is uncertain as well. Simon Cawkwell
simon cawkwell
11/9/2010
16:39
Any idea what forecasts for results ???
hy3nas4
06/9/2010
20:26
Mail on Sunday states HOLD, as may be able to exit at higher price.
spudders
25/8/2010
16:30
The 150000 trade made no difference to the trend. Let the trend be your friend. It does appear that the trend towards the 150p is being reinforced. In fear of bringing out more monkeys from the woodwork, I will not repeat my regrets for holders and hopers, that this trend will reverse anytime soon.
a1samu
20/8/2010
11:00
150000 shares just bought at full price. I am so sorry for all shorters !!
ukinvestor220
20/8/2010
07:46
PURE has been dropping every day for the last two weeks & 150p, perhaps even 100p is now definitely in sight. Instead of rallying on the last two Fridays, after dropping all week, it just continued falling & it looks that the same will repeat again today, this Friday. I am sorry for all holders.
a1samu
19/8/2010
09:30
http://www.fi-stevia.com/
foodcritic
19/8/2010
09:28
fyi http://www.ingredientsnetwork.com/ifi-article/full/new-sweeteners-new-challenges
foodcritic
05/8/2010
14:06
I think the comment under the blog is better than the blog. The DOWN thread has loads better shorts than Miers comes up with.
henryatkin
04/8/2010
12:45
Good blog on PURE from Lucian Miers at ShareCrazy http://sharecrazy.com/beta/daily/3969/an-update-on-purecircle-by-lucian-miers-the-bard-of-the-boleyn
windass
03/8/2010
08:20
Marketing campaign underway; looks like things got off to a slower start than we thought but starting to motor now. Building a business takes time. Of course there is always the risk stevia products dont' take off, so we are a couple of years away from sleeping at night but looking good to me. S
smarm
02/8/2010
17:40
well it seems to be flying today
ukinvestor220
30/7/2010
12:15
With these 'jam tomorrow' stocks I'm always minded of RR. The CEO kept making promises of restructuring and in his words 'jam tomorrow' way back in the early 2000's. In 2005 the jam arrived and the share price shot up 100% within a few months. That's why it stays on my radar.
henryatkin
30/7/2010
09:18
Thanks alun, Fortunatly this news must already be in the price. With finals to bo announced on the 22 September, the price aim of 150p will come into focus, on reiterating underperforming news with the results.
a1samu
30/7/2010
08:32
"Evolution Securities, which down¬graded 2011 earnings forecasts by 25% in March amid concerns that the pace of volume growth would be slower than Pure Circle was guiding towards, downgraded a further 60% yesterday following the company's admission that it is a year behind expectations. Analyst Alex Sloane advised punters to sell, and slashed his target price to 150p from 250p. He said the announcement of a joint venture agreement with AB Foods to sell blended stevia and sugar sweeteners in much of Europe, Africa and China could help sentiment but it is unlikely to show up in numbers for at least two years. The company has promised much but delivered very little over the past couple of years." http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/markets/article.html?in_article_id=510346&in_page_id=3&ito=1565
alunmorris
30/7/2010
06:28
Spot on darlocast. I closed a short and am now looking to buy - but I keep taking the pills and look at the valuation . I would be wanting to buy mearer 160
felix99
29/7/2010
22:38
darlocst - fair post. I think they have much to prove over next 18 months. s
smarm
29/7/2010
21:39
Interesting discussion. Like Davidosh I've been a buyer of PURE in the past, met with management, etc. No position currently (not since June 09) but still following the story... Which unfortunately hasn't moved on since early '09. They are still selling the same story now as they were then. Sales and cash generation have been major disappointments and the forecast demand hasn't come through yet (but its always just around the corner). IMO there could be a great business here but due to non progress over last 18 mths the current valuation isn't justified. I expect the market to continue to move from valuing PURE on the basis that sales ARE going to start flowing in the next half year to valuing PURE on the basis that sales MIGHT start to increase at some point in the coming year. I'm sure that Smarm can come up with lots of suitable technical entry points (not my bag) but I won't be interested until the market cap is under £200m, they have enough cash/debt financing and there is evidence of strong sales growth.
darlocst
29/7/2010
20:52
henry thanks for the feedback on your m/a etc
cr4zyness
29/7/2010
18:53
henry - I have subscribed to the basic site for sixy something sponduliks and that comes with EK's ramblings and current portfolio. It's impossible to pick up where he is because there are no buys and sells, just a list shares sorted by long and short. I'm sure he's done just fine but whether the likes of his ASC short scuppers his better efforts is impossible to tell. I strongly dislike lack of transparency. A1 - he is not the least bit the same as you and me...he has hundreds of followers, we don't. His ramblings move prices, ours don't. It's frustrating that he has decided to pick on a fascinating growth story. And twice now he has cost me money on PURE. S
smarm
29/7/2010
11:15
Could this have bottomed out? It would be nice. Despite anybody's opinions, I have repurchased my holding at 181.76p. Here is hoping that this will see 200+ by end of tomorrow. Henry you should believe my posting in which I wrote that I am only an ordinary punter just like you. So the comments I make are designed to produce a response, which I seem to have achieved, in this instance. Neither can I understand all the vitriol about "cawky", after all he is just like you and me trying to make a profit on his dealings. What is wrong with that? Anyhow good luck, all who hold this one.
a1samu
29/7/2010
11:12
Crazy .... I use 20 wilder smoothing m/a on IG advance charts or 20 weighted m/a on advfn charts. Both used with 10 ema crossover for confirmation. As always, nothing works all the time. smarm ... I don't hold atm but will wait for the next t/s. No more excuses for additional funding and expectation for some rapid growth of revenues - we wait. I'm sure cawky has his good'ns both long and short but don't we all.
henryatkin
29/7/2010
10:56
well if i had followed him into this one, id be getting out and taking my quick profits pdq ..
ukinvestor220
29/7/2010
10:35
henry - nice post. I think a lot of people follow Cawkwell quite blindly....and if you look at his shorting record it is, at least in my opinion, p!ss poor. He is modestly better to the long side but it's impossible to determine whether he makes money because there is no transparency. I enjoy his ramblings but I would not take his trades. S
smarm
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