Shanta Gold's CEO explains the Q2 production shortfall and emphasises the cashflow strength of SGH. Watch the full video here.
On another board. Interesting read. Gives links to other articles below this article within the link.
This I would say, gives us thought that the painting in front of us isn’t always clear cut and that one should take into account a number of variables when assessing/calculating value in a company and it’s price.
This could support your (whoever’s reading it including mine) viewpoint or go against but certainly gives a food for thought perspective
Happy reading lol
Hi all.... not sure if many looked at this link and from that scrolled down a bit once in link.....
Found this.... interesting read if anything else and can be used on your (anyone here) other share interests.
Happy reading lol
To add, in line one could say with these imminent fundamentals, are the charts.
We still have a huge gap to fill from back in April to take us back up to 3 plus.
In a nutshell, this is looking very good from what I can see combo’d with fundamentals
Appreciate we can be grown up on here.... so refreshing hey
Another old adage used to be that most companies upon setting up will be at a loss for the first 5 years before breaking even. They might be a bit over that in timescale but they had a bad start (management, running before even crawling let alone walking) and that Woodford thing..... ugh. With that in mind to turn it around in (let’s say) 2 yrs ish, then that’s a pretty good turnaround
If we are to go down variables and theories which of course can be dodgy in the first instance, exactly as you were saying on Avacta then to create out of air to cause.... so re CC.... if she has any sense, she’ll want success in big fat letters before she goes elsewhere I’m sure, so unless she gets pushed (which is always a resignation at this level lol), she’ll be around for success to happen before the consideration of going elsewhere crops up.
Regarding dosh, profits, loss, yada yada, direction..... they’ve had their battles, changed their tactics in many aspects and are now looking onwards to winning and seeing that finish line (being profitability and growth both going in the right direction). Dare I say this but if you can’t as for anyone else, what are you doing here?
All above meant without aiming to create our own battles on here.
On a random side note after nosying..... panic buying..... when will people learn. No panic -everyone can still get. I bet some people are still working their way through their bog rolls
Being blunt if I may Wyn, I do think sometimes you try to be over clever, over analytical, and not seeing for what it is and therefore getting yourself confused or something.
Eve is a.....
Small but growing company, astute board running it now, figures coming in strong and increasing over the last 18 months or so, reinvesting into reinvigorating France, revised finances including debt clear and so on and so on.....
This is a small turnaround company over the last couple of years and, however we want to foresee it, doing great guns. They’ve also been fortunate in timing, that due to COVID everyone’s been sent online (not literally before someone corrects me,) and that they then therefore have had and will continue now to have increased sales. Eve is recognised brand and generally well regarded, often award winning. The fact they’ve taken the path of not just selling mattresses but much broader range of products hence re-creating themselves as a sleep wellness sense of brand (IMO a very good path to have taken), then really they’re on a good thing.
So, the prospect of going bust...... where did that come from? Highly unlikely now unless they do something stupid or there’s some dodgy illegal goings on there that we don’t about. For me, as for others I’m sure, going bust as a concern is close to madness. It ain’t happening.
Buy out however, young, small but growing, books in order, increasing on profits, revenues and orders consistently growing, savvy solid management team, potential threat to some larger companies out there, this could be a great target for a takeover with an attractive price on its head.
As much as there is deliberation into whether they should have invested into France and therefore not shown the books and vying on profitable I suspect it was a tricky decision.
If they didn’t re invest they may well lose France entirely but show profit or reinvest and revive France which goes back to the old adage of “speculate to accumulate” and isn’t that pretty much what we all do with our own cash? Or the partners’ lol
Agree on both your comments metal.
This update and the last one from the 15th, are both encouraging.
Coming weeks for the next update, and the way they’re informing us of late I wouldn’t have thought we’d have to wait too long for that. Unlike some shares I’m in, not a peep from them in months, these guys are keeping us informed
On a sideline, as much as the fundamentals are what they are, there is also the TA side to consider.
There is often a balance of the 2 and go hand in hand.
So as much as I’m “seeing” a healthy return being on the cards, and getting us at least back to the 70’s regions, it was refreshing to see from another.
I don’t always follow Zak Mir ( some of you I assume know who he is) but on this, he is also seeing a kick back to the 70’s.
Traders Cafe is his thing. He makes chart videos and has a daily posting called bulletin board heroes. Can be found on YouTube and or via the app Vox.
Incidentally, Vox is pretty hot on releasing RNS’s that you’re on alert for.
Just a different perspective to consider
Guy.... really? Below the belt, lower than your usual tripe.
To pick on Sally and do that vile gender assassination on her with the PMS stuff.... not cool, even for someone that’s not even an adult yet.
To call Pac-Man a snowflake too..... I totally agree with Grim..... I think you’re looking in a mirror if you want to go down the name calling route, constantly whinging and whining like a baby that’s dropped their dummy on the floor.
A sad sad individual, that you are. Grow the eff up and get your school buddies to do so too.
Nicely put Sally.
It’s more luck and for the very few that manage to get the best low or best high. Somewhere not far off it I’d regard as canny. I’ve waited a few times over the years for that little bit more or little bit less to then miss out and ultimately ended up either buying higher than what I could have or sold lower than I could have.
Good luck on trying to outsmart.
Overall agree Zahir... (Wyn too further on)
If ( and only an if).. a buyout attempt is offered or hostile takeover attempt, etc etc,..... then ultimately the company is in good stead.... finances readjusted, sales great, rebranded and for positive sentiment, looking to grow and not borrow, cash in bank, debt done and cleared..... potentially ripe pickings for a buy out as they’re cusping, but.... for a good price. Whoever may attempt would need to give to a too tempting to resist offer which therefore would be fabulous for us as investors.
This I still feel has been a knee jerker, and pee’d off a bunch a trader types rather than lth’ers that were hoping for a stocker TU.
I’d suggest, like Wyn has mentioned, that the sp has bounced quickly back up twice and today has held better. 3.1 I think it was, may well be the new bottom drop, double dipped on it and now I feel and hope, recovery to something much more realistic. This is dirt cheap now and should now see recovery. I think this may well be on the radar for the corp investors too. I reckon therefore we could start to see some tr1’s coming through in the next few days and weeks.
All imo as ever.
Hear hear FK re the bickering stuff and that goes for all boards. Some are so rife that I don’t often participate or to tell them to grow up ( in a variety of words lol)
No harm in healthy debate and points of view but otherwise why bite at each other.....
Re... doubling up... been deliberating myself of same actions. Gl FK and us all
Ride it out or bail. Simple as. Going back to silly money now.
Anyone with spare funds could have a healthy day today across markets.
Dampened markets also reflect upon oneself a get self fed a dampened mood too. Knock on effect.
Frustrating as hell for sure
In addition, we’re 18% up YoY aren’t we so therefore we’re considerably much better than 2019.
Profits prior took out a huge chunk of debt. Books are therefore much better.
We have to remember too, that we have had Doc Joseph bail on us. He’s had a nice buck or 3 out of it and that needs to have been filtered through over past weeks. He had a big chunk to disperse (assuming he totally sold up). Aside that as we only have a small amount of shares to go around this stock can fluctuate easier than some so I do wonder if there were quite a lot of “traders” in it for a quick buck and bailed to move on.
To finally add..... we are currently less (I think at memory) in sp than we were from the last update although we still had a another better TU.
The part regarding France is over inflated and too much discussion on it. It’s a small part that they’re looking to increase on.
Percentages at whatever will always account for the same.... an equal percentage
But when looking at monetary terms and put aside the value of percentages it can be very different
£50 of £500 and £50 of £5000 are very different in percentages 10% as opposed to 1%
So...with regards to uk and France... if it was the other way - 8% down on uk and 18% up on France I’d rather have the original way all day long. No brainer.
I’m split fairly 50/50 on investing now with France.
Would be nice to have seen “profit” yet if we neglected France that was already existing, then we may have lost France completely in the upcoming months. So I think this may have been a tricky choice for them. They also kept advertising lower till May, to secure the UK has a good footing and then re awaken France with their campaign here on. They are now meant to be doing well there but of course missed this TU.
So please, let’s not overplay France where it’s still a small pot in the set of pots.