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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Real Good Food Plc 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
  0.00 0.0% 4.65 4.30 5.00 4.65 4.65 4.65 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 61.6 -26.1 -28.6 - 5

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/2/2014
18:25
800K? He might be asked to leave, finally.
randolph and mortimer
21/2/2014
14:14
Totte's annual remuneration (including his consultancy) for steering RGD is about £800k. I don't suppose his expenses are particularly frugal either. That's more than many people will earn in a lifetime. Worth it? Incidentally, where is Menton Investments Ltd incorporated? The only record Companies House have is for a Menton Investment Ltd, which doesn't seem to be the same thing (it has one Chinese director, living in China).
typo56
21/2/2014
13:11
CR:> Your comment good enough for me. Will not waste an time on investigating if any value left.
pugugly
21/2/2014
11:20
well summed up CR
spaceparallax
21/2/2014
11:12
Bad stuff here, no pleasure for me in seeing it heading towards the price level I conjectured. Sorry for any holders.
tiredoldbroker
21/2/2014
11:03
Sheila told me to wait till it drips to circa 4p Sensible comments appreciated Sanksalot
sanks
21/2/2014
10:58
A sceptic might say Totte will be able to blame a whole load of his own incompetence on nasty ABF when these do go into liquidation and he starts running his next AIM venture = 'Ominicane Foods'. I wouldn't dream of commenting :-) CR
cockneyrebel
21/2/2014
10:55
Well - none so blind as them that won't see as they say. I seem to remember 1406617854354 (or whatever his snappy handle was) calling me a liar and all other sorts of names. Learn a lesson imo - this isn't an investment. It's a vehicle for Totte to move stuff about, create smoke and mirrors and keep his nice little job running the co. From the day they had that weird reverse takeover of the Napier Brown (another shambolic co) the results here have been massaged, bigged up, toned down that makes bi-polar seem quite stable. Totte has form, it's like letting Ronnie Biggs run a post office imo. The sugar price is so low that Totte is moaning about paying too much. What's the deal with Omnicane? We have a global sugar market. AIM just gets more and more laughable and if you buy into a stock on AIM that's run by a guy that's overseen the demise of several co's then you ask for all you get imo. CR
cockneyrebel
21/2/2014
09:57
"I think it was good foresight of Real Good Food to invest in this project, so not to rely on others." And instead rely on supply from a major shareholder with a seat on the board.
typo56
21/2/2014
09:00
I just found this - http://www.foodmanufacture.co.uk/Business-News/Real-Good-Food-Company-tackles-sugar-woes 'Commissioning of the new Immingham sugar plant is virtually complete'. I think it was good foresight of Real Good Food to invest in this project, so not to rely on others.
yewtrees
21/2/2014
08:15
No mention of the C word this morning - CASH! It's like a slow motion car crash.
typo56
21/2/2014
08:13
lol hopefully most people have learnt the cards are stacked against shareholders here and have long since departed!
felix99
21/2/2014
07:56
Read back over the last few months.....those predicting 40p may be optimistic. How does PT do it ? The quicker this is taken private the better for all. Where is everyone this morning ? How come no more comments
graham1ty
21/2/2014
07:11
Blimey, I'm astonished RGD have not previously detailed this problem previously. Given this has been going on for months, has there been a false market in RGD shares?
shanklin
07/2/2014
17:16
the interests of the private investor are not considered by any of the quoted companies whatever they may claim! the free lunch brigade are the only ones looked after.
mutantpoodle
07/2/2014
16:10
With that percentage of shares in the hands of a supplier and the board of an AIM company, do you seriously think that the interests of the private investor are going to be high on the agenda? How competitive is the supplier agreement going to be with them as a major shareholder and with a place on the RGD board? Surely a 'related party transaction'?
typo56
07/2/2014
15:59
Space, I agree that Omnicane have been active buyers of the shares and this has helped the share price. Personally, i expect them to push on top 30% and then it will get interesting. I expect to see an offer at 150p plus within two years.
140661
07/2/2014
11:19
Were it not for Omnicane's interest here the share price would be substantially lower. It'll be interesting to see how their position develops and whether they're looking to make an offer.
spaceparallax
07/2/2014
11:12
I must say that the reaction to poor interims, followed by what reads like a current year profits warning is odd, and personally I'm very disappointed. Much of the talk at the AGM was about NB were pretty immune to the down-turn in European sugar prices. In fact they indicated that they stood to benefit, as they'd locked in sales in a falling market, and were delaying purchases to maximise margin. That sort of activity is clearly speculative, and not what I feel they should be doing. Perhaps it's backfired somehow. Anyway, it feels like buyers of the share are either looking further forward than the current year, or there's some other reason they're buying stock. In such situations it's probably best to sit on your hands!
briangeeee
07/2/2014
10:07
Agreed PT is an eternal optimist, best you sell your shares now. Look forward to seeing you complain again when the shares hit 100p.
140661
07/2/2014
09:35
Good point, it's called Bull....
spaceparallax
07/2/2014
09:07
140661, did you ever meet with PT when he wasn't extremely confident?
typo56
06/2/2014
16:57
Met with PT recently and he remains extremely confident that the company is making strong progress. Renshaws in particular is doing very well and looks set for major growth. The sugar side is also progressing nicely and next year should reveal excellent growth with the retail side coming through and the first sugar from Omnicane. Given the TS would have disappointed some the shares have performed better than expected. Personally I feel the shares have moved from being a spivy punting stock to a more tightly held long term share. Omnicane will inevitably reach 30% and with the board holding over 35% this is very tightly held. I have a good feeling this share is about to have its long awaited break through. GLAH
140661
04/2/2014
08:46
A mixed TS - we must wait to see how this translates into published results. Not sure whether the new appt's good or bad.
spaceparallax
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