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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Total Produce Plc LSE:TOT London Ordinary Share IE00B1HDWM43 ORD EUR0.01 (CDI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 165.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 4,535.1 62.8 8.4 20.8 640

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29/10/2013
12:32
On July 23rd, Davy stockbrokers gave a rating of OUTPERFORM citing them as a specialist B2B operator with a low-risk business model. And continuing that stock remains mispriced given consistent delivery of returns and that the group continues to be mispriced. I concur. Since that time stock up 10-15% and likely, in my view, to go significantly higher. The stock will also benefit from it being listed on AIM and where these stocks can now be included in ISA's. Good to see the stock edging up slowly. The Company needs to do much more amongst the UK investing communities to raise their profile which is so hidden. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
27/10/2013
23:11
Total Produce – A Fresh Perspective hxxp://wexboy.wordpress.com/2013/10/25/total-produce-a-fresh-perspective/
wexboy
19/9/2013
07:46
They need to join the exodus and move their main listing from Ireland to London. In my view, this is a major factor in the somewhat lethargic share price performance of a very strongly performing Total Produce. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
03/9/2013
07:40
Have held these since demerger but never joined this BB. Good interims which look like leading to further growth in the share price Upgraded forecasts for the full year. It's a food company, but a growth one and a PE for the current year of around 8.5x still looks good value IMHO.
18bt
03/9/2013
06:12
Absolutely stunning Interims figures today from expansionary Total Produce. Big increase in Revenues. Massive hike in interim dividend by 7.5%. This stock is further set in my view for strong performance. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
27/8/2013
20:50
QP, What results are expected on 3rd Sept? Like the stock but has very little volume traded.
slinkychris
11/8/2013
06:48
Edging up. QP
quepassa
08/7/2013
15:48
Not forgotten. QP
quepassa
14/5/2013
16:29
Nice buy of 23,000 shares shown after hours today. Volumes on AIM for this stock picking up. Market cap of some £210m will support greater AIM volumes in due course as name recognition widens in UK market. Total Produce are currently covered by Davy, Goodbody and NCB all of which are Dublin-based. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
14/5/2013
12:09
In March, Total Produce gave their full-year prelims. some highlights Revenue +11% to Euro2.8bn EBITDA +18% to Euro 70m Total Dividend +10% to Euro 2.08 cents per share Profit Befor Tax Euro 27m link to 2012 prelims:- http://ww7.investorrelations.co.uk/totalproduce/uploads/reports//Preliminary%20presentation%20-%20FINAL%20Clean%20%20.pdf ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
10/5/2013
11:15
An AIM listed Company with a TURNOVER of Euro2.81 BILLION ( yes 2.81billion euro ). Dividend Yield 3% PROFIT BEFORE TAX Euro 37 million. Is this perhaps the biggest AIM listed Company that no-body has ever heard of? With their growth and industry consolidation strategy, TOTAL PRODUCE ( jointly listed on Irish Stock Exchange and AIM ) is in a strong position to expand internationally. If you eat fresh fruit and vegetables, you have without doubt eaten produce which has passed through TOTAL PRODUCE which has some 90 storage/warehouse distribution facilities in some 20 countries and is Market leader in UK, Spain, Ireland and Northern Europe. Get to know TOTAL PRODUCE in less than 3 minutes:- Watch this unmissable corporate video on TOTAL PRODUCE's website http://www.totalproduce.com/ ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
10/4/2013
02:40
2013 – The Great Irish Share Valuation Project (Part X) I take a look at Total Produce, plus a batch of other Irish stocks: http://wexboy.wordpress.com/2013/04/08/2013-the-great-irish-share-valuation-project-part-x/ Cheers, Wexboy
wexboy
13/7/2012
11:36
I am a bit disapointed with the poor share price performance the last couple of months,drifting down on no news. Anyone any ideas, is it eurozone or just don't like a business with wafer thin margins? Wholesalers usually have small margins,although booker cash&carry seems to have had a re-rating of late. Wexboy are you still in any thoughts? p.s maybe eurozone(weak euro) no helping?
wipo1
14/3/2012
23:43
wow thanks for the info Grignor. Directors putting their money where their mouth is - thats what i like to see. This stock could be 50p and still not look expensive,If the market does not re-rate this stock then I am sure someone else will. even mbo possible?
wipo1
14/3/2012
14:51
http://www.sharecast.com/cgi-bin/sharecast/story.cgi?story_id=19953573 Some impressive director buys got my attention
grigor
07/3/2012
09:51
thanks for the input wexboy, I think we will get up to 50p here slowly but surelly
wipo1
06/3/2012
12:17
Hi folks, Take a look at my pre- and post-results blogs on Total Produce. Added to my TOT stake again ahead of the results, and the numbers didn't suggest any big change in my Fair Value Price Target for Total Produce: http://wexboy.wordpress.com/2012/03/06/total-produce-fbd-results/ Cheers, Wexboy
wexboy
31/12/2011
13:38
Hi Folks, I've included TOT in my Baker's Dozen for 2012 – see my latest blog post on: wexboy.wordpress.com Best of luck in the New Year! Wexboy
wexboy
11/11/2011
14:30
Folks, I've posted on here before, and just wanted to alert the board that I've just launched a new value investing blog. My most recent post is about, yes you guessed it...Total Produce! If you have a chance, please check it out, and if you like the blog any recommendations/referrals/links would be greatly appreciated! - here's the address: wexboy.wordpress.com Thanks & Cheers, Wexboy
wexboy
28/9/2011
07:52
lucky punter, Nice thought that we are now an oil co. but I think we are still doing the odd pineapple and veg supply here and there!
coincall
28/9/2011
06:42
http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/33617/deal-activity-to-accelerate-in-east-africa-as-oil-majors-seek-strategic-positions--33617.html Deal activity to accelerate in East Africa as oil majors seek strategic positions Citi's oil team, led by Michael Alsford, said deal activity will accelerate as the region's large potential resource base makes it a magnet for the large-caps with the financial firepower to exploit the true potential of the area.
lucky_punter
19/8/2011
08:07
thanks wex - sums it up me thinks
hardupfedup
19/8/2011
02:10
Total Produce is cheap (P/E 5.6 & 4.7% div yield) and safe (13.9 times interest coverage) - i guess the low multiple can be ascribed to zero eps growth over past few years, but on the other hand (esp. in this market) i think such consistent/stable eps delivery at least warrants a 10 P/E multiple - btw i don't hv a lot of respect for management (except if you compare them to Greencore management...), so i suspect we're really talking about a business that pretty much runs itself, something i like also - taking another approach, i peg the true underlying operating profit margin (pre-amortization/exceptionals, and adjusted to reflect minorities) at 1.34% - this deserves a Price/Sales ratio of 0.125, but i'd tweak a little higher to reflect available debt capacity - based on latest FY EUR 2,600.5 mio revenues, i'd calculate fair value at EUR 362.4 mio - putting all this together, i would average out at a fair value of EUR 0.89 per share, a potential 135% upside from the current share price - i think value will out ultimately, it usually does in the end assuming there is no underlying value destruction - i was impressed with the 22 mio share buyback last nov (which shd improve CY eps by 6%), but otherwise management is failing on at least 2 obvious fronts: i) considering the low risk nature of the business, and available debt capacity, management shd be aggressively hoovering up small/private businesses on a regular basis (as dcc does in its energy business) and quickly doubling the acquired units' operating margins through cost elimination/economies of scale, and ii) the elephant in the room...finally figuring out it's time to reverse the Total Produce/Fyffes break-up - a nil-premium merger is the obvious way to achieve this and should easily yield 2-3 years of decent eps growth even if the underlying business remains unchanged
wexboy
17/8/2011
10:16
has anyone any interest in this share, interims coming soon, any opinions
hardupfedup
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