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Daniel Stewart Securities LSE:DAN London Ordinary Share GB0004602842 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.625p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 4.2 -2.4 -0.5 - 14.99

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Daniel Stewart Securities Daily Update: Daniel Stewart Securities is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DAN. The last closing price for Daniel Stewart Securities was 1.63p.
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There are currently 922,272,580 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Daniel Stewart Securities is £14,986,929.43.
ionlypostafterbbms: They raised £1.2m @ 3.35p only last June. Sheep to be shorn. HTTP:// WShak, You should post that info on the LSE DAN threads. Lots of underwater holders there keen to get out.
ionlypostafterbbms: No, It's today. I wonder if this will be sufficient lesson to all the herd of mugs who followed RT & his catamite Steamy into this disaster? HTTP:// AIM Cancellation - Daniel Stewart Securities plc 22/01/2016 7:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Daniel Stewart Securities (LSE:DAN) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Friday 22 January 2016 Click Here for more Daniel Stewart Securities Charts. TIDMDAN RNS Number : 6267M AIM 22 January 2016 NOTICE 22/01/2016 7:00am NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF ADMISSION TO TRADING ON AIM DANIEL STEWART SECURITIES PLC ----------------------------- Trading on AIM for the under-mentioned securities has been cancelled from 22/01/2016 7:00am pursuant to AIM Rule 1. ORDINARY SHARES OF 0.25P EACH, FULLY PAID (0460284)(GB0004602842) ------------------------------- ----------------------- If you have any queries or require further information, please contact the London Stock Exchange on 020 7797 4154. This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END
nod: Aug 31, 2015Key Step for Daniel Stewart Plc.With regards to Daniel Stewart, we believed the company's fundraise, which was conducted at a significant premium to the then current and present market value, provided them with all the capital they need to reach cash-generative, profitable growth. Daniel Stewart have also consistently confirmed that this is the case.We expect last year's trading results to be in line with the trading update that was given around the time of the fundraise, and that the company will use the opportunity to ensure the goodwill on its balance sheet is at an appropriate level.We would expect the company to be around breakeven this year, and during 2016 to organically produce a level of profitability that comfortably supports our 4.5p valuation on normal market metrics, taking into consideration the growth already being achieved.The key step to justify moving to a 10p fair value target, is for Daniel Stewart to demonstrate that it can once again use its stock at 3.35p or above (depending on where it is then trading). We believe this is possible short term as we have made the company aware of certain investments that would be willing to accept their stock at this level, and which would be responsible holders of the stock. We see Daniel Stewart using its stock at this level as the most important factor in encouraging us to move our valuation towards our 10p fair value target. We are extremely confident that the opportunities exist as we have highlighted them, and if we do not see Daniel Stewart take up at least one of these opportunities within the next few weeks, we intend to use some of our own Daniel Stewart stock at 3.35p to make this investment. QPE using some of its own Daniel Stewart stock at 3.35p would have the consequential effect of increasing the capacity for QPE to purchase further Daniel Stewart shares without exceeding the current applicable limit of 9.99%. This in itself would in all likelihood be a catalyst for the company to reach our 4.5p fair value target more quickly. We believe that this key step and the current share price level is likely to result in other significant shareholders seeking permission to increase their shareholding, or new significant shareholders being announced.
jdlewis41: rylidan 915 postsTodayWhat have we learnt today? The share price moves 3% with only £6k of trades. Spread at 5%. You can guarantee that TW and his mates haven't got any skin in this game. They don't like RT and try to spread their poison. It wont work here with a company with an MCAP of £20m. Probably at least £16m sitting with larger shareholders. Of the very small shareholders 90% will be looking for 4.5p at least. So perhaps £400k may be available at prices up to 4.5p. Perhaps some naked shorting (very dangerous). At this level, only the spreadbetters are willing to sell. The MMs will cream a margin from them. Some may win, but not many IMO. This is a classic NEW type squeeze, but without the possibility of billions of shares landing in the shorters laps. Totally different to QPP which started with and MCAP of £2.7b and was sadly ripe for the shorters. There's also a LOT of holders here who would like to see anyone shorting this with a spreadbet burn. GLA DYOR
nod: brownie, fully agree with you. RT currently has no influence in the running of DAN. His recent buying of shares has pushed the share price up and that is all there is to it at the moment. This has been excellent for DAN shareholders who were here prior to RT's buying. Whether RT will be permitted to buy more than 10% of DAN remains to be seen. This decision could be months away.I only have a small punt in DAN. They have been a very dodgy outfit since I invested a few years ago. Peter Shea, Mark Blandford and Adam Wilson were all major shareholders as DAN's assets were disappearing. The disappearing assets included very profitable QPP options held by DAN as payment for nomad services. Shea paid Wilson over £2 million in two years for a Middle East business that had no customers and allegedly Wilson's valuable contacts list. No revenue was seen from this dodgy deal. Shea and Wilson are joint owners of an English pub/restaurant.Obviously Rob Terry knows Shea well from the QPP IPO and perhaps other joint ventures. Anyone investing here should do so with eyes wide open and a fair share of cynicism. Anybody who lost money in QPP is likely to be greedy and/or naive. They were given plenty of warnings with the dodgy reporting and short selling by RT. The same could apply to DAN if RT gets his hands on it but before a collapse DAN could be a roller coaster ride like QPP was. One thing is for sure, RT has grown into a very high risk taker and is not likely to hang around with his investments.
elcapital: JD Placing was before FCA announcement on QPP. Quob tweeted that they would be willing to participate in a fundraising above the share price when it was around there pence. Why would anyone do that....especially when they do a fund raise and then RT didnt subscribe, from what I understand. Basically telling everyone to buy above the then share price, and then not doing it themselves. This is the actual tweet from a few days ago...they have since blocked Quob Park Estate ‏@QuobParkEstate 9m9 minutes ago At current $DAN.L share price Quob Park Estate would be willing to support fund raise at a premium to the current price - lets get it done!
nod: The talk from new posters on here suggests that Rob Terry is running DAN, which is far from the truth. RT has no part to play in DAN other than as a shareholder of less than 10% holding. He is not a director and he has no influence over DAN. This may change in the future if he bids for DAN but it remains the situation today.The big question is whether RT is an unwanted shareholder or whether this is a strategy and collusion with Epsilon to inflate the share price.
master rsi: from the Telegraph ............... Quindell founder: Share-dealing allegations a 'heap of rubbish' By Ben Martin 7:24PM BST 17 Apr 2015 Rob Terry says he has amassed £50m in funding for new ventures and is confident of FCA approval The founder of Quindell has claimed he will not face sanctions from regulators over his share-dealings at the firm and called accusations of insider dealing “a heap of rubbish”. The revelations from Rob Terry, the controversial former chairman at the insurance outsourcer, are likely to spark anger among shareholders who lost money by investing in the company he once led. Mr Terry, in his first public comments since he left Quindell, told The Telegraph that he had amassed about £50m of funding for new ventures, some of which he has provided himself. He also said he was confident that he would receive approval from the regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority, for his planned stake-building in stockbroker Daniel Stewart, despite the storm that led to his departure from Quindell last November. Mr Terry, along with two other directors, were the focus of investor anger when it emerged that they had reduced their shareholdings in Quindell in stock market dealings that were initially portrayed by the company as share purchases. Quindell gets takeover approach for its telematics arm 17 Apr 2015 What’s the best way to buy a new car? Brought to you by Carwow He was eventually ousted from the board when Quindell revealed that the trio had carried out the dealings after one of the company’s house brokers had resigned. The wider stock market was only informed of the resignation after the directors had reduced their stakes, prompting heavy falls in Quindell’s share price. “The transactions that were done at the time were looked at, there was never any question of insider dealing, so it’s just a heap of rubbish,” Mr Terry said on Friday. He said that there was “no issue” with the Aim team at the London Stock Exchange, which examined the controversial share dealings, and that it was “closed out long long ago, all in a positive manner.” He added: “There’s never been an issue with the FCA.” In a move that has raised eyebrows across the City, it emerged on Thursday that Mr Terry was seeking to increase his recently acquired stake in Daniel Stewart to above 10pc, which will require FCA clearance. “I’m absolutely positive that FCA approval will come through in the normal timescales,” he said. Daniel Stewart was left with an uncertain future on Friday after it revealed that its nominated adviser, Westhouse Securities, had resigned. If it does not find a replacement by the start of May, its shares will be suspended. Mr Terry has already amassed a 9.994pc stake in the broker through investment vehicle Quob Park Estate. The controversial figure said he thought that Daniel Stewart was “undervalued”, adding “there’s also some things I’d like to do in partnership with them to do with the other things I’m doing with Quob Park. “Ultimately I will be interested in holding anything up to 29pc of [Daniel Stewart]. I won’t make a bid for it, that’s not my intent, but I could see myself building a holding of that type of size. “We will open up [Quob Park] to retail investors to invest alongside us and for that we will need to work with an FCA regulated firm, and I hope that that firm will be Daniel Stewart.” He claimed that Quob Park had as much as £50m in firepower behind it. “Quob is re-name of a company that I’ve had for a whole number of years but it’s been restructured, new investment’s come in, myself and a number of other individuals have put in over five million and we’ve already raised money with a valuation of twenty-five million. “It in itself is a fund of a value of about twenty-five million, and then it’s sitting alongside about another twenty-five million of investment capital from me. So it has available to it about fifty million of funding.” On Friday, Quindell shareholders approved the £637m sale of the company’s legal business in a deal that will see £500m returned to investors. Mr Terry said that he and Quob held small stakes in Quindell.
cnrns4: Being talked about across the pond Dow jones news Daniel Stewart Securities Says No Deals in Offing as Shares Soar Daniel Stewart Securities PLC (DAN.LN) Tuesday responded to a huge spike in its share price by saying it isn't considering any deals. Daniel Stewart: Rob Terry Buys 31.3M Shares, Now Holds 7.4% Stake Daniel Stewart Securities PLC (DAN.LN) said Tuesday that Rob Terry now holds 52 million shares in the company, representing 7.4% of the company's issued ordinary shares, having purchased 31.3 million shares at prices ranging from initially 0.15 pence(0.22 cents) to 0.554 pence.
bad robot: Daniel Stewart Securities PLC Holding(s) in Company RNS Number : 0262J Daniel Stewart Securities PLC 31 March 2015 31 March 2015 Daniel Stewart Securities plc ("the Company" or "Daniel Stewart") Holding in Company The Company has today been advised that Mr Rob Terry, directly and via company / family interests, now has an interest in 52,000,000 ordinary shares in Daniel Stewart, representing approximately 7.4% of the Company's issued ordinary shares, having purchased 31,250,000 shares at prices ranging from initially 0.15p to 0.554p today. LOOKS LIKE TERRY IS LOADING IN THE MILLIONS Quindell founder Rob Terry buys into Daniel Stewart By Andrew Neil March 31 2015, 3:40pm Prior to news of Terry’s purchases in Daniel Stewart (LON:DAN), shares in the broker had skyrocketed in afternoon deals, but the broker said it knew of no reason for the movement.Prior to news of Terry’s purchases in Daniel Stewart (LON:DAN), shares in the broker had skyrocketed in afternoon deals, but the broker said it knew of no reason for the movement. Shares in broker Daniel Stewart (LON:DAN) skyrocketed 650% today as the founder of Quindell, Rob Terry, bought a 7.4% stake in the firm. Speaking to Proactive Investors, Terry confirmed he had purchased 31mln shares in the firm today - priced between 0.15p and 0.5p - taking his holding to 52mln shares. Terry, who was also Quindell’s executive chairman, quit the company in November and offloaded almost all of his holding of the business in December. His selling sent Quindell (LON:QPP) shares plummeting and on one particular day trading was halted on eight occasions to allow large numbers of deals to complete. Prior to news of Terry’s purchases Daniel Stewart - which has provided Quindell with brokerage services - saw its share price surge in afternoon deals, but the firm said it knew of no reason for the movement. Traders had already bid the shares up by 300% to 0.8p by midday. By around 2.00pm 79mln shares in the stockbroker had changed hands, dwarfing an average daily volume of 3.2mln. Shares in Daniel Stewart only began trading again on AIM earlier this month after being suspended in October because it missed a regulatory deadline for filing its accounts. The business got into difficulties last year after it identified a shortfall in regulatory capital. It gave up its nominated adviser business in an attempt to cut costs and narrow its focus. In January, it secured £1.5mln in new funding through two cash subscriptions and via a loan note agreement. Shares were 322% higher at the time of writing at 0.84p. Our DAN Mascot
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