Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
The Real Good Food Company LSE:RGD London Ordinary Share GB0033572867 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 23.00p 22.00p 24.00p 23.00p 23.00p 23.00p 2,157 06:40:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 113.7 12.9 18.4 1.3 17.04

Real Good Food Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/1/2018
19:36
Why not a high fat tax as well? Sugar is only a small part of the problem. People become obese due to a high fat diet, too much sugar and a lack of exercise, probably in that order of cause.
topvest
06/1/2018
17:49
Sugar is proving to be a problem for Premier Foods It will be one here also , and at many other Food manufacturers Governments will have to move in 2018 with a sugar tax to save the NHS from going bust due to the strains being placed upon it
buywell3
23/12/2017
22:15
12p would be my guess.
eastbourne1982
23/12/2017
11:18
Good money after bad comes to mind - Turnover vanity - profit sanity - IMO the latter possilby could apply to all managment especially past - 10% interest on bonds scalpers fee but justifiable as significant (imo) chance they might not get all funds back - Watching as could be nice business but DEBT potentially a killer. barnetpeter> You were wise to take the action you did - I never thought the trading update would be as bad as my interpretation of the sneeky one put out on effectivly Chrismas Eve when all departed the City Question for all - What price when Market opens ?
pugugly
22/12/2017
18:14
Good Food ended up in indigestion! barnetpeter was right & I'm glad I'm out.
napoleon 14th
22/12/2017
17:54
Yes, disgraceful behaviour continues. Unfortunately I have some interest through Downing. Why they invested in this dog is a mystery? It's quite clearly a low margin sub scale food manufacturer with a big appetite for capital and awful cash flow.
topvest
22/12/2017
14:05
Gutless RNS out after hours today just before Xmas, I thought this company couldn't sink much lower in terms of how it's handled. Are the FCA investigating Pieter Totte, of course they aren't. Regulation of the stock market is a shambles, so many CEO's and directors should be serving prison sentences however it seems that generally nobody gives a toss. I don't hold any shares but watch with interest.
eastbourne1982
30/10/2017
11:11
Decided to sell out for the moment. On reflection the debt situation could lead to a new equity placing or some form of discount fundraising. Interest rates going up could hurt too. Made a very small profit having bought at the lows but maybe this is just too risky at the moment and upside is low.
barnetpeter
23/10/2017
21:43
No I disagree. I reckon this will be a big winner in 2018 as all the bad news is being cleared out now. I wont add any until a bit lower though Another rights maybe?
barnetpeter
23/10/2017
12:24
Interesting:- Great t/o - Debt could probably kill the business - Can see it being taken private on the cheap by major shareholders- Ideal target for vulture funds but probably (imo) PI's - even buying at this price - will end up in tears - Any contrary views ?
pugugly
23/10/2017
06:36
Ooops.....
lufc5
29/9/2017
17:54
This company has been an absolute disgrace.
eastbourne1982
24/9/2017
09:09
It would be appalling if Totte is not prosecuted.
hybrasil
21/9/2017
16:42
I think this is going to do well. there is debt of course but the new investment seems to be doing ok Justin time for xmas.
barnetpeter
12/9/2017
14:43
If the pound strengthens then commodity prices (normally fixed is USD terms) fall.
jaknife
12/9/2017
13:31
Sugar now set to get more expensive as the pound starts to climb back from the pits
buywell3
29/8/2017
14:35
the 'not' disappeared into the ether .... it has come back by magic Did I say this was a right tart of a chart dyor I know some do
buywell3
29/8/2017
07:31
buywell3 - U R a real cynic !!!
pugugly
29/8/2017
07:27
I would imagine that Real Good Food shareholders will now find this not very palatable Real Good Food PLC Company Update 29/08/2017 The Company announced on 1 August 2017 that it anticipated EBITDA for the year ended 31 March 2017 would be lower than market expectations at approximately GBP2.0m, subject to final audit. Since the announcement of 1 August, a review has been undertaken, under the guidance of the Company's new Finance Director, which is now expected to lead to additional audit adjustments relating to inter-company trading and consolidation. As a result of these additional adjustments, the Board now expects EBITDA for the year ended 31 March 2017 to be in the region of GBP1.0m. The Company's banking facility is subject to customary terms, conditions and covenants which are tested quarterly, with the next date at which the Company's banking covenants will be tested being 30 September 2017. The Board is in discussions with its bankers to vary certain conditions of this facility to reflect the Company's recent and anticipated trading. In addition, the Board is pleased to announce that its major shareholders, NB Ingredients Ltd, Omnicane International Investors Ltd, and certain funds managed by Downing LLP have confirmed that they will, if required, provide additional funds to support the Company's working capital requirements. The Group now expects to announce its Final Results for the year ended 31 March 2017 on 29 September 2017.
buywell3
29/8/2017
07:23
buywell3 8 Aug '17 - 07:31 - 2224 of 2243 0 1 Edit And catch a falling knife This is a very bad chart Not seen its bottom yet IMO
buywell3
29/8/2017
07:18
I wonder where Pieter Totté will turn up next. Perhaps just staying low for a while!
typo56
29/8/2017
07:13
The real kicker is that while shareholders are supportive of supplying extra funds I suspect they will REQURE BOTH ARMS AND A LEG in interest charges so PI's will be stuffed - This is (imo) one of the walking dead for the forseeable future.
pugugly
29/8/2017
06:34
I said, keep an eye on the net debt. The recent fundraising last didn't last long! Where would they be now without it?
typo56
21/8/2017
11:39
It may not be that surprising. I see that the the Micro Cap Investment Trust is headed by Judith McKenzie. Is it the same Judith Mckenzie who was appointed to the RGD Board on 29 June?
slaphead240
17/8/2017
13:06
Surprised to see Downing buying into RGD within its new Strategic Micro-Cap investment Trust: HTTPS://www.downing.co.uk/news-views/downing-strategic-micro-cap-investment-trust-makes-first-investments "On 29 June 2017, RGD announced that it had raised a total of £15.5 million of expansion capital. DSM’s allocation of this issue was £6.77m - comprising £1.86m of equity and £4.91m of debt. Despite recently announced problems, we remain confident in the business and the underlying investment case."
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