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Does any one have any information about this company? Getting any useful info about this stock is like pulling teeth. The last I heard was the company's intention to refurbish its four plants in anticipation of ramping up production and its marketing activities. The share current trades for less than one naira. Management claims to have successfully renegotiated debt and made a right issue late last year to raise N300m.

It worries me that the company has no website where one can at least have a feel of their direction, structure, etc. Press coverage is at best minimal but I know that Livestock Feeds used to be a major player in the Agriculture sector until it hit hard times. They've posted losses in the past few years.

What I don't know is if they're about to turn the corner as their chairman claims (he predicts the share price will rise from 97 kobo to 97 Naira when they finally get their bearing).

Anyone has any news or update? Would this be a good time to take the plunge? I just feel very uncomfortable with the sketchy info I have about the company but comparatively, it is way underpriced relative to its peers in the sector.
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If admin can provide more upload space I can provide attachment for the financial year 2003 - 2006.

I have access to some financial info, but don't yet know how to utilise them, so if admin can increase upload space I will try to upload attachments for the most current info available for most companies that we all deal with so that it is readily available for everyone.

It's a service I pay for but will share if admin makes this possible.
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Stockbear, in lieu of Admin acceding to your request, is it possible to email these reports? Please let me know. Thanks.

BTW, what service do you subscribe to that makes this info available to you. I'll be interested in evaluating such. Thanks.
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I'm still getting same error msg about file size. Any remedies?


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@ SKO - Visit www.africanfinancialmarkets.com. They charge 10 per month or 100 for a year for the their premium service. Only their premium service provides the info we all need.

You need to have a credit or debit card in order to use their service.

If you want me too, I could send the info you need by email.
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Thanks for your response and help. I'll appreciate it if you could forward the info on Livestock Feeds.

I've checked out the website. How do you rate its performance to date? Do you feel you get the critical information you need on a timely basis from the operators? I checked out the supposed "forum" and it's littered with pornographic threads / discussions. I guess the administrators pay no attention to this trend but it's unwholesome and could be a total turn off for some.

I'm more interested in the substance of their offering. Is it working for you?

Also, my email address is: skayode@excite.com.
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@ SKO -I've sent you an email with the:

Profit & Loss
Cashflow
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I'm just learning the ropes. I want to learn how to analyse stock. I would appreciate help from anyone that can help
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I just wanted you to know that I'm yet to receive the email. Could you please resend? The address is: skayode@excite.com Thanks.
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I did send it yesterday. It hasn't bounced back to me, I checked your email address and it's ok.

The only problem might be the file size. Sometimes when a file is considered too large it doesn't show up in your folder.

I'll send it either one at a time or two.
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Please what is happening to Livestock... The price have crashed that i don't know if it will ever come up again. What is your advice, sell and take the losses or still hold on? Your help is needed.

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When did you buy up the shares? Almost always, shares in a thriving, vibrant market like Nigeria's do better in the long run, anything from 2years up. Why not wait and take a look at those "fundamentals" that informed your decision to buy it in the first place.
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investors need 2 be careful when the bulls reign in the market cos even the dead shares start 2 gain in price.
most times buying is not a prob but disposing the shares at times can be especially if the stock is not being actively traded on and its a bearish market.
when u check daily market report investors should note the amount of trades on the stock, this helps 2 know the no of activity of dat stock.
most penny stocks if u are not careful are dead stocks and like the previous guy said most times its new management that resurect such stocks.
u can have them 4 a long time and have probs disposing them, so dont buy stocks cos u think the price is low try and do as much research as possible.
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though looking at livestock depending on ur entry point and ur aim u have 2 make the decision ur self, at what price did u enter and how much are u trying 2 gain, cos like when i entered cornerstone i was looking 4 100% ROI but the it turned 2 400% but i got greedy though due to bad info from a source i thpought was reliable, then the bears started 2 rule and now all i have is the initial 200% but im reluctant 2 sell cos at a point i got 400%, i know its not wise but its a personal thing and i wouldnt be fulfilled till i get back my 400% so its hard 4 someone 2 advise u on when 2 sell cos u could sell 2day and then realise it going back up and then it will affect ur next investment decision so its good 2 plan b4 entering and just follow ur plan

hope ive not been a bore, but at times people need 2 share personal experiences. hope i ve been of help 2 u
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I used to manage Livestock's account some 6-7 years ago when I was still in Nigeria. Back then, I would not touch the company's stock with a 100 ft pole. Things might have changed now though.

If you have done your research on the company and you feel it's still a solid firm, then by all means hold on to it. If you think it's a dud, then I'll advise you to get rid of it.
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I would not worry so much about Livestock Feeds if I were you. I understand the stock has dropped by more than 100% since the highs in June this year and I hope you did not buy at that time.

During a bearish market as we have seen in the last couple of weeks, stocks like Livestock will be hit the hardest. You cannot easily get news on the performance of the company so most people are unable to make informed decisions and offload instead.

In addition the relative price is low so upward or downward movement can be very sharp in the Nigerian market. People don't use percentages so much but instead the net value in Naira terms. So it's easy for investors to drop 50 kobo from a 4 Naira share though this is 12.5% as against dropping 5 Naira from a 40 Naira stock which translates to the same loss. Do you realize that this year alone till June livestock went up by more than 600%? The low start value of 95 Kobo contributed to this in addition to projections and speculation.

My advice. If you need to use the funds elsewhere, sell and move on. If you can wait 6 months I project this stock will still hit 5 Naira and above at some point. It all depends on when you bought. Regarding the ability to sell off, wait for quarter or year end results approach.

NOTE: If there is a general market correction within these 6 months as is making the rounds, expect a stock like Livestocks to be hit hard for the same reasons given above so please weigh your risks. I don't expect a correction within 6 months. My opinion.

I bought at 4 Naira and it is down more than 25% currently but I am holding on to it. This is because my investment strategy is medium to long term and it's a small part of my portfolio so I am not worried.

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Thanks Guys,

I hear you all, i think i will wait till close to year end and dispose off. I have learnt my lessons, we need to be very careful with our analysis.

Once again thanks for all your advice, i have really gained alot from this forum

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I would not worry so much about Livestock Feeds if I were you. I understand the stock has dropped by more than 100% since the highs in June this year and I hope you did not buy at that time.

During a bearish market as we have seen in the last couple of weeks, stocks like Livestock will be hit the hardest. You cannot easily get news on the performance of the company so most people are unable to make informed decisions and offload instead.

In addition the relative price is low so upward or downward movement can be very sharp in the Nigerian market. People don't use percentages so much but instead the net value in Naira terms. So it's easy for investors to drop 50 kobo from a 4 Naira share though this is 12.5% as against dropping 5 Naira from a 40 Naira stock which translates to the same loss. Do you realize that this year alone till June livestock went up by more than 600%? The low start value of 95 Kobo contributed to this in addition to projections and speculation.

My advice. If you need to use the funds elsewhere, sell and move on. If you can wait 6 months I project this stock will still hit 5 Naira and above at some point. It all depends on when you bought. Regarding the ability to sell off, wait for quarter or year end results approach.

NOTE: If there is a general market correction within these 6 months as is making the rounds, expect a stock like Livestocks to be hit hard for the same reasons given above so please weigh your risks. I don't expect a correction within 6 months. My opinion.

I bought at 4 Naira and it is down more than 25% currently but I am holding on to it. This is because my investment strategy is medium to long term and it's a small part of my portfolio so I am not worried.

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The question is why did you but Livestock feeds apart from the hype? Any financial data? What is teh future outlook? What do you know about the company?

In a bull market, dead companies have their stocks appreciating. Wire and Cable is a typical example. Bear market bring some reality.

Though the opportunity was there to buy Livestock feeds at 90k, I did not even move near. The performance is not convincing.

If you did your analysis when you bought the share and nothing has changed since then, you can HOLD.

However, if your purchase was made purely on hype, this is the time to do an analysis and find out whether you actually did the right thing!
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Wanajo,

Very good questions. I did not buy during the hype which was really from end of year in March till when the results were released I believe around June. My plan was to buy the stock at the low resistance point but it dropped even further.

My decision at that time was based in part on financial data and other qualitative analysis.

At the time I had the following positive points to consider

1. P/E ratio was 15.43
2. Company had offset a 300 Million Naira loan with rights issue
3. Modernization of 3 functioning factories and revival of a 4th I believe in Kaduna
4. After expansion projected earnings of 70Million Naira, 190 Million Naira and around 300 Million Naira for years 2007, 2008 and 2009 respectively.
5. There is a market to absorb the increased productivity levels. This is just another Nigerian product that preference is for locally produced variety as long as the price difference is not so great when compared to the imported alternative.

This is a high risk stock and is classified as such in my portfolio and the main reason is the dearth of information on the activies of the company. I don't have any negative information since I did the original analysis and until that changes I will hold on to the stock at least till year end in March next year.

Enjoy.

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Livestock's rights issue means they now have 544.7m shares. With your profit forecast of N70M, that's an EPS of 13k. My opinion is that you bought a year too early. Think of it as a long-term investment since the future is very bright.
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