Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Baydonhill LSE:BHL London Ordinary Share GB0031761918 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% 2.25p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 1,079.0 -0.3 -0.9 - 1.30

Baydonhill Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/10/2012
14:45
Wow 3.5p to 1.5p in one drop .... impressive !!
ihavenoclue
22/10/2012
16:57
Anybody in here ? What's the craic
northster2
06/9/2012
17:21
Apologies if already seen .... http://www.barrington-jones.co.uk/blog/?p=2252
weevie1978
11/5/2011
14:34
They seem to have benefited from a company called Interchagefx closing down (doing a runner) and there was a number on the interchange site that directed enquiries to BHL. Difficult to judge how much they may benefited from this but it should help. Don't hold at the moment but thinking about it.
wessie
03/2/2011
13:57
moving up.Looking to break out it seems.
golla
16/12/2010
12:00
Looking bullish, profit, doubling of revenue, large director buy, options at 18p and tightly held. 37.5k v 1 on line limit Actually now you can buy 2, and I thought I'd seen it all.
gerryjames
07/9/2010
07:54
tax credit gets them into a position to make the FSA application, but what I don't understand is that the real underlying position is a deficit of £0.9m, so where is that deficit? If it's not in trade creditors surely that means on winding up client funds would be short....So how can client funds be properly segregated? All IMHO etc
indalo
27/8/2010
12:41
still no results. Golla. What are you expecting ?
indalo
03/8/2010
10:18
Result sometime in August.Time to tuck some away?
golla
27/2/2010
09:32
indalo, several of us over on mhg would be interested in your views as we are a little in the dark as to how the company is constructed from a P/L point of view. Hopefully you can look in on us.
dubois
16/12/2009
17:39
golla - for what it's worth I am in the same business as BHL and feel that if anything they are significantly OVER valued. They have very high overheads (not helped by listing costs) and have made substantial losses to date (P&L - £4.9m). When you add the £2.2m owed to Eqwinox you have an enterprise value of around £6m. What also concerns me is that they have negative net current assets and are being funded by Equinox on a drip feed basis. As they operate segregated client accounts they must at all times keep client money safe and separate from company funds. If they have negative net current assets, they are either overdrawn on their company account(s), have short term trade creditors in excess of company "own funds" or have a deficit in client accounts. Either way it does not make for a stable operating base and I would not deposit my money with them as a customer. Another important factor in this industry is the new Payment Services Directive which now regulates the money transfer market. Companies will be required to demonstrate a level of "capital adequacy" under new FSA regulation. As BHL have been in business for some time they have until April 2011 to become authorised. At present they could not meet the capital requirement based on their last accounts. As disclosed above, I am basically the competition, but what I say is all IMHO. So DYOR etc...
indalo
14/12/2009
12:33
Time to tuck some away.Looks cheap on fundamentals or is it?
golla
03/12/2009
10:05
now this is moving. got 5k left in this one. it is very illiquid,
tomboyb
26/10/2009
14:36
CARLTON RESOURCES MAYBE................
johndee
26/10/2009
14:33
Lots of imminent takeover talk on LSE bb
tez123
23/10/2009
13:36
Interesting share movements. Looking at yesterdays and today's action seems like some traders got stiffed here. What's it all about fellas?
loverat
23/10/2009
08:30
Barmey stock. Has to be teh most illiquid one I have seen. Virtually no volume yesterday for 200% rise. Anyone got any takes on this. I see the high turnover as a red herring myself: That is if they include all FX transactions as turnover, as opposed to the margin that they charge. e.g. if on 1/2% commission on £400 million T/o that only gives them £2million to run their operations. Does anyone know anything about these?
minuteman
22/10/2009
18:54
mmfin not buying today ! just looking.Whats your story???
wisteria2
22/10/2009
18:01
i know why this went up then down then up the tip info said buy a company beginning with 'b' and ending in 'hill' should have bought beacon hill
oldvic
22/10/2009
14:59
tomboyb whats happened here? i have never seen anything like it all in a day??
shares14
22/10/2009
14:48
back up again 212% and climbing. Not for one holding in volume.
tomboyb
22/10/2009
14:43
Guys has this had a share options or something or has it just risen from 4p to 16p in a day ???
shares14
22/10/2009
12:33
the anomalie with BHL is that its turnover is huge almost half a billion. Yet it market cap is around 4 million at these levels. They need profitability which they indicated last results that some sections were better than others so they were concentrate on those.
tomboyb
22/10/2009
12:22
wisteria at the time i could not. V illiquid i took a few off the list as i could sell at 2.5p a few weeks back. If they can reach profitability that could re-rate it if not already.
tomboyb
22/10/2009
12:17
get buying then.
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