Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ashley House LSE:ASH London Ordinary Share GB00B1KKCZ55 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 9.625p 9.25p 10.00p 9.625p 9.625p 9.625p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 18.6 0.1 0.1 87.5 5.75

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Ashley House Daily Update: Ashley House is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ASH. The last closing price for Ashley House was 9.63p.
Ashley House has a 4 week average price of 9.63p and a 12 week average price of 5.88p.
The 1 year high share price is 12.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.88p.
There are currently 59,766,196 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 40,093 shares. The market capitalisation of Ashley House is £5,752,496.37.
greedfear: Momentum might be building for the business, but not so for the share price. :) Retracing somewhat. People probably getting impatient. Thinking of adding (soon).
junior21: I became a shareholder last week after realising a decent pullback may not occur. I wouldn't be surprised if a lid is kept on share price until the funding is sorted by way of an equity raise. This would give institutions chance to get on board in a meaningful way, without the price getting away from them. Thanks to microscope for bringing this to my attention on the SPSY thread (I hope it'll turn out to be a thank you!)
first_things: The brokers forecast (WH Ireland) for 2019 are £35.4 million turnover, £2 million profit and EPS of 3.5. These were issued in early October before the change in government policy. I would imagine the business is now more confident of exceeding these numbers and any update from the business will increase the coverage. A PE of 12 would mean a share price of 42p so it shows the upside from the current valuation.
first_things: The pipeline is £197.9 million for 23 schemes within the housing business so an average of £8.5 million per project. The government policy change means these schemes can now be unlocked so we are set for rapid growth. If Ashley House confirms they will exceed market expectations the share price could easily gap up big time.
first_things: I think there are a couple of scenarios from here for Ashley House. 1. Big re-rating in share price to reflect change in fundamentals 2. Takeover from bigger company (large pipeline and experienced management team) Watching with interest.........
microscope: Think we need to be realistic. I could see 15p this side of Christmas, 20p early next year perhaps, but as Topvest says we need to see evidence of pipeline active, and there are probably still very long term holders prepared to take their money and run. I do thunk that would be a terrible shame for them, at just the moment take-off is imminent - but I understand the 'relief' rationale. The revival is based on genuine substance, not random speccy buying, and they'll likely 'repent at leisure'. Next year I do think the sky is relatively the limit, as the increased activity feeds through to the bottom line. Can't recall any company meet WH Ireland forecasts in living memory (only slightly tongue in cheek!) but prospects here are the best they have been in many years, and I really do think over a 6-24 month timeline, we will see amazing progress. Any significant share price weakness or profit takers and I have funds ready to take advantage, and zero interest in selling as I am so bullish about the future.
microscope: Either way, another 1.4 million shares traded, the third time in the last week and a bit, over 1 million. That is incredibly healthy as stale bulls can get out without hurting the share price, and new blood introduced. Doubtless there will be some traders too but rises on strong volume almost always have a better lasting impact, than rises on thin trading. The change of government policy means there is also substance behind the gains. All good :)
cottoner: Paleje - the share option incentives you mentioned were issued via an RNS in Nov 2015. hTTps:// Under the scheme, and with effect from 2 November 2015, the Company has granted share options to current Executive Directors and members of senior management in respect of 5,800,000 ordinary shares, representing 9.95% of the current issued share capital of the Company. The options, which have an exercise price of 9.75p (which was approved at the AGM) will not be exercisable unless and until the Company's share price equals or exceeds 37p for a period of at least 90 consecutive days and upon exercise is at or above the 37p threshold.
paleje: Thanks First_things. I just found the WHI note, it actually suggests that even at 15p, as it was on 03 Oct without the current news, it would still have been incredibly cheap ~50% less than its peer group. Extract below:- "..Whilst risks remain, the valuation multiples currently ascribed are significantly undemanding With the shares trading on a FY 2018E PER of just 1.9x and EV/EBITDA of 2.2x, the multiples are highly attractive, should management deliver as planned. We reiterate our 15p share price target and Speculative Buy recommendation, which would still imply a significant 50% discount to the wider peer group..." One to tuck away. From memory I think management have attractive share option incentives granted some years back which kick in above 30p, which must have looked a bit sick the last couple of years.
yump: Yes, thanks First_things for yesterday's post. I just look at ASH briefly during each day to see if there are any comments and I'd missed the U-turn on the news. Managed to get some yesterday before the supply seemed to get tight, which has brought my average down a lot. Goodness knows what will happen to the share price, even if they just post 2p eps. If forecasts are then 3p for the next year that's 50% growth and the rating would be about 3 max ! Which in traditional PEG language would be about 0.06, probably the lowest ever recorded for anything.
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