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BAL, BELLAMY'S AUSTRALIA LIMITED
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Shares in Bellamy's Australia rocketed from $9.67 to $11.96 this afternoon after the formula maker told the market it had secured key regulatory approvals from China's State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) last night. The approvals relate to formula made at its ViPlus facility in Toora, south east Victoria. ViPlus recently got a four-year renewal on its Certification and Accreditation of the People's Republic of China licence.

"Bellamy's is awaiting final certification of all changes from SAMR which it hopes to receive shortly. Prior to producing, the parties may make further amendments to the approve artwork through the SAMR process, which could take a few months," Bellamy's told the market this afternoon. It will start selling the new product as soon as the artwork approvals come through.

The ViPlus approval is separate to another application regarding its super-premium Camperdown powder. ViPlus is designed for the premium offline segment in China and setting up production will cost Bellamy's up to $6 million. "Initial interest and feedback from sub-distributors is strong, given the strength of the Bellamy's brand, its 'made in Australia' status, and the premium formulation".




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blacksheep
post Posted: Mar 13 2019, 07:32 PM
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Mar 7 2019, 10:38 AM

Updated chart - SP down 3.8% today @ $10.00
Another notable short alert yesterday
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Tue 12th Mar, 2019 634,827 113,368,297 0.56% 1,537,239 41.30%

https://www.shortman.com.au/stock?q=bal

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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Feb 28 2019, 02:27 PM

Battle of the longs vs shorts?

Notable short alerts since 22/2/19
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Wed 6th Mar, 2019 1,559,150 113,368,297 1.37% 6,113,187 25.50%
Tue 5th Mar, 2019 985,662 113,368,297 0.86% 3,261,341 30.22%
Mon 4th Mar, 2019 1,778,177 113,368,297 1.56% 6,808,213 26.12%
Fri 1st Mar, 2019 981,648 113,368,297 0.86% 3,968,977 24.73%
Thu 28th Feb, 2019 886,081 113,368,297 0.78% 2,266,203 39.10%
Wed 27th Feb, 2019 1,459,300 113,368,297 1.28% 6,152,418 23.72%
Tue 26th Feb, 2019 885,600 113,368,297 0.78% 2,371,128 37.35%
Mon 25th Feb, 2019 841,970 113,368,297 0.74% 1,945,174 43.29%
Fri 22nd Feb, 2019 674,017 113,368,297 0.59% 1,774,098 37.99%


Total short positions as at 28/2/19 = 10.45%
https://www.shortman.com.au/stock?q=BAL
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plastic
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What would happen to the Au. dairy product industry if and when the US-China FTA is sorted? They are talking about opening China to US ag. products with reduced tariffs.

My feeling is, the US would have the competitive advantage leaving the Au. sector eating their dust. Not good for BAL IMHO.






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blacksheep
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Posted 25 October 2018
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During October there have been some 12 notable short alerts, suggesting shorters seem to have a better idea where BAL is headed than BP. Current position @ 19 October 2018 = 7.76%


Notable short alerts continue - 8 in February 2019. Total short positions as at 22nd February, 2019 = 9.78%
https://www.shortman.com.au/stock?q=BAL
SP currently $8.04 - long way from it's high a year ago of $23.07

Edit - just noticed Morgan Stanley are remain overweight BAL despite downgrading it's target price from $11-10.00 - suggesting "the sun is about to shine" and that the company's new forumula would provide a boost in the 2H of the fiscal year.

I'm sure investors will be hoping that's correct. let's see if shorters are worried

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Much to the delight of its shareholders, it has been another positive day of trade for the Bellamy’s Australia Ltd (ASX: BAL) share price.

In late afternoon trade the organic infant formula and baby food company’s shares are up a further 6% to $9.14. This means that Bellamy’s shares have rocketed an impressive 33% in the space of just six weeks.

Why is the Bellamy’s share price on the rise?
Although there has been no news out of the company during this period of time, there have been a couple of notable broker notes that could be attributable to its strong share price performance.

One of those came last week when Morgan Stanley initiated coverage on the company with an overweight rating and $11.00 price target. This price target still implies potential upside in the region of 20% even after its stellar run.

The broker is bullish on the company’s prospects due to its belief that the launch of its new formulation could be an inflection point for its sales and earnings growth.

Elsewhere, a note out of Citi in the middle of January was similarly bullish. Its analysts have a buy rating and $10.65 price target on Bellamy’s shares.

It held firm with its buy rating despite its belief that the SAMR accreditation required to sell its products in China won’t be finalised until the end of FY 2019.

Should you invest?
Whilst I would still choose rival A2 Milk Company Ltd (ASX: A2M) ahead of it due to it being less exposed to regulatory risks, I still see Bellamy’s as a great long-term investment if you’re willing to be patient.

Bellamy’s financial performance is likely to underwhelm until it receives this accreditation, but when it is granted I believe its growth will move to the next level as it starts to sell Chinese label products in mother and baby stores throughout China.

What about Bubs?
Fellow infant formula company Bubs Australia Ltd (ASX: BUB) has seen its share price rise 27% during the same period, but I would caution investors off it until its operations are profitable.
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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 


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What ever happened to that China approval which was supposed to happen sometime this year?

Doesn't even get a mention these days. As if it doesn't exist or isn't important.





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plastic
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Why no China approval?

Is this a spoke of the US trade war?






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How come no Chinese approval yet?

Something smells. More like a dead rat than roses.

If the hold up is something to do with the Sino-US trade war then you can be sure anything BAL days and does doesn't make the slightest bit of difference to anything. Instead it will be all about politics.



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Always interesting when brokers downgrade their lofty targets after they see there's no hope in harry's of achieving.

During October there have been some 12 notable short alerts, suggesting shorters seem to have a better idea where BAL is headed than BP. Current position @ 19 October 2018 = 7.76%
https://www.shortman.com.au/stock?q=bal

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Bell Potter has downgraded Bellamy's Australia by 30 per cent, forecasting the company's earnings for the next few years will take more of a hit than expected.

The broker has retained its 'hold' recommendation on the stock, but dropped its price target from $12.85 to $8.75, a 9.7 per cent premium to its Wednesday close price.

The broker said that the most material driver of value for the company overt the next three years would be its ability to successfully navigate both the re-certification of the Camperdown facility and achieve SAMR registration of its product.

The changes to CBEC channels is likely to make SAMR registration increasingly important for the pathway to China.

Bell Potter said that Bellamy's is almost a binary call on SAMR registration and as a result, it has retained its 'hold' rating.


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