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Real-Time news about Arko Hldgs (London Stock Exchange): 0 recent articles
|akramms: Buy trade come through, lets see if this has any effect on the share price later today, surely more small buy trades will move the price up!|
|topvest: I've read the annual report for the last couple of years. It's a very risky punt on the basis that they are looking for strategic partners and the share price is well below NAV. I have to say it is a bit of a gamble, but the share price is either levelling, before some activity or going to zero. I thought the risk reward equation was ok. Prepared to lose 100% and take a tax loss. Hoping something will happen...in which case it should fly!!|
|edbassett: i tried a few months ago but received no response
94% of the company is held by the "Family"
They operate like a private company
Hardly surprising the share price is where it is
|edbassett: well nobody around here!!!
ANyone have any idea on news developments???
I've tried to contact Nabarro Wells but to no avail and the Company are very poor at updating investors
They are terrible at responding to you
PLAN? STRATEGY? NEWS?
No wonder the share price is where it is|
|edbassett: It does appear we have reached the bottom of the news and share price and I expect these to recover to 2p in 2005|
|edbassett: Well, I need to review the write off figures to see what is coming through in 2005
Trading refocus and chairman issue seem to be clearing...need more time to review
Clearly turnover is now based from smaller operations..but profitability should improve
Not great, but not that bad either...
Net asset value of business still a 30% premium to the share price|
My thoughts too, I think the restructuring and concentration in shipping and logistics will pay dividends, maybe not yet but hopefully for the future. Their involvement in silicon is quite interesting since the demand for silicon in China is very high. It is just so hard to guage the scale of success of their business because in China so many factors can affect the business. I believe that because the "family" control most of the company this factor alone will help Arko - since most of the "big" business is done in an old boys network out there (my own experience.
Got to remember that Arko have been profitable, and I feel potentially are a sleeping giant, their share price is very low and I think if you like to take a risk and put away some of these shares you may be rewarded in a few years time.
Looking forward to the results too....|
|springbok: I sent this email to ARKO last Friday:
I'm sure that your Directors have noted the sharp drop in the share price today.
I and my fellow investors are extremely concerned at the lack of news eminating from ARKO and also we are very concerned that you have no "Investor relations" service set up to answer shareholder questions. PLEASE can you direct us to the email address or Telephone number of the Director that would handle this or please can you tell us as a matter of extreme urgency who we can telephone to obtain information on the present company situation."
Let's see if we get any response|
|bird of dawning: I'm dreaming that I'm falling.....could be any AKO sharehoders current and never ending nightmare. Also there's a falling knife that I'm running around trying to catch....I guess there must be some Freudian type explanation buried in there somewhere. The value investment argument basically still holds, all those key port assets and a share price in free fall.
If the likes of Ocean Wilsons (OCN), Clarksons (CRK) and James Fisher (FSJ) can all enjoy a rapidly rising share price these past 2 years, on the back of expanding global shipping and trade, then why can't Arko? Even Van Hoogstraaten could run his property empire and Zimbabwe holdings from the nick (no pun intended!).
|georgeski: Last time there was share price surge we had a rns telling us that the company new of no reason for the price surge . It has not happened this time.
I wonder why?|
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