Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brightside LSE:BRT London Ordinary Share GB00B1L7MY49 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% 24.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonlife Insurance 88.6 11.2 1.7 14.5 122.97

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01/7/201408:14BRT- New IPO.128
11/5/201419:39Worth Looking On The Brightside433
17/10/200700:16Recovery Play With Big Dividend Yield245
04/7/200509:35Brittannic Assurance is Legal and General takeover target,6
10/7/200316:19Interest Rate Cut - Thursday 10.07.03-

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Brightside Group Daily Update: Brightside is listed in the Nonlife Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRT. The last closing price for Brightside Group was 24.50p.
Brightside 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 501,901,509 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Brightside is £122,965,869.71.
weaverbeever: Nice price and not a complete suprise that this has happened. It was one posible option based on the share priceSo what does this meanWill my shares now be bought 25p each and im sent the full value of my holding - Numberer of shares x 25p =££££Case closedOrDo i get to hold shares and trade them should the value for some reason increase past 25p?
this_is_me: The share price seems stuck at its current level.
this_is_me: Share price showing some recovery.
trytotakeiteasy: Directors cost £1.3m in 2012 with highest paid getting £270,000 In 2011 Directors cost £1m.. with highest paid £360,000 In 2010 directors cost £0.8m with highest paid £253,000 So bill for directors up by over half over two years... meanwhile company's share price at a new low... Usual mismatch if you ask me.... and options recently re-done at a lower price... Also chuck in the related party stuff and doesn't look good in my view....
masurenguy: Another profit warning following the interim warning 3 months ago. This time it is a 20% shortfall following the departure of Holman as CEO. The shareprice is now at an all time low of of 15p and the market cap is under £70m. It will be interesting to see the company's response to this catastrophic fall in the share price - down by 46% over the past 5 months - especially after noting the following comment in their September H1 report, when the shareprice was 33% higher than it is today "The Company has in place shareholder approval to buy back up to 10% of its current issued share capital. The Board has no current intention to utilise this authority however it will consider supporting the price of its ordinary shares if they believe they are undervalued." Unless the company activates this buyback facility then we can assume that the directors do not consider todays price to be undervalued. If that turns out to be the case why would anyone else take that view too ! Happy to have exited at 26.2p in August and to be sitting on the sidelines at the moment.
this_is_me: Rapid growth has produced problems and selling by founders didn't help the share price. Lack of increases in capacity have stunted growth, but a focus of providing profitable sales for insurance companies will see the company prosper.
masurenguy: I thought that this was an interesting comment in the interims. "The Company has in place shareholder approval to buy back up to 10% of its current issued share capital. The Board has no current intention to utilise this authority however it will consider supporting the price of its ordinary shares if they believe they are undervalued." The implication would appear to be that the board does not consider the current share price of 20.75p to be an undervaluation ! Quite happy to be sitting on the sidelines here.
masurenguy: Looks like Markerstudy are playing games here and that their proposed bid is almost turning hostile. They picked up most of their shareholding in February from Banks and Gannon at an average price of circa 22.2p and it looks as though they are now seeking to pick up the rest of the shares at around the same price. Masurenguy - 28 Aug'13 - 371: Hmm..........well I'm out for the time being have sold my position last week and taken circa 18% profit. I previously expressed my reservations regarding transparency here in post #352 and if no deal is announced by the extended deadline we could see the price fall back to circa 20p/21p. If so I might then buy back in on a better value metric. Otherwise I have some potential alternative options for these funds. Glad that I took profits and exited last month. It looks like the share price will now drop back toward that 20/21p range over the next day or so.
el1te: It could be either way round: 1. BRT knew that results for the FY will fall (saw something in the BBC the other day saying how car premiums were falling) and so encourage the takeover 2. The takeover idea was discussed first and this makes it more likely considering the originally low offer I'll see where the market opens. If the market does expect an offer then the share price should not fall below 27p. It's a double edged sword though because if it does fall below 27p then I will hold on. BRTs management obviously knew of the trading statement contents so perhaps that is why they put the 27p figure in the RNS yet Markerstudy didn't. (to protect shareholder from a large fall today?) El1te
this_is_me: Unfortunately Masurenguy gets emotionally attached to his shares and doesn't allow any adverse comment. The share buy back facility is only there to stop small share sales trashing the share price, not to actively raise the share price. Similarly I would expect part of the deal is to give market makers confidence to hold larger stock of shares to prevent small buys pushing to share price up too much.
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