|Blackrock New A
||ORD 5P A RIGHTS
||EPS - Basic
||Market Cap (m)
|Equity Investment Instruments
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|Blackrock New A Daily Update: Blackrock New A is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRNE. The last closing price for Blackrock New A was 43.50p.|
Blackrock New A has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 235,000,192 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Blackrock New A is £102,225,083.52.
|cutyourlosses: Thanks for that, but further to this, is it possible to get a quick rule of thumb pricing for these? My issue is that people who have not worked out the price, are gambling that they are worth their current price - and the common sense in the market is driven by the big players who actually have the money to move markets.
Working out possible pricing for instance in terms of growth based on different %ages per year, ie. 10%, 20% etc. So for instance a growth of 10% pa, over the next 2 years would leave us with a share price of 55p ish, still not possible to make money on the BRNS. But if continued growth of 10% over the next 2 years then after 4 years, you can....
Is 10% per year possible - it is then open to faith......|
|cutyourlosses: Is this BRNS a bit weird really...
A share represents the future value of a company, as represented by the market, therefore not only does it take into account the current actual sellable value of a company, but it also takes into account the growth of a company over the next variable period. This is presumably if you have done your maths right, the value you are willing to pay according to how long you are going to hold etc.
Ok, so BRNS act like warrants, and are currently 10p to sell. This means the share price would have to rise to 10 over the 46p at some point, and more later on, if you are to realise a profit on them as the purchase price of the shares is set by BRNS shares.
If the future of the company value is set in the shares, or assumed, then how can BRNS be 10p at the moment, without BRNE actually rising to represent this price?
That is 56p? Is this a situation where you should be selling BRNS and buying BRNE to take advantage?|
|biglosses: Am I correct in saying the fund managers have qualified for some performance fee due to performance of the share price!!|
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