|Equity Special Situations
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|Equity Special Situations Daily Update: Equity Special Situations is listed in the sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EQS. The last closing price for Equity Special Situations was 237.50p.|
Equity Special Situations 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 14,167,604 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Equity Special Situations is £33,648,059.50.
|bimble: Never read much about ESS on these pages. I have been doing some research and it seems a very good company. It owns a big chunk of both Syndicate Asset Management and STM Group. This is interesting as they are both consolidation plays which have been successful and this is reflected in their share price movements since inception. ESS takes big stakes at their creation. I also understand they own a big chunk of Noble Investments ( Baldwin the coin dealers ) which rumours report is in itself vastly under valued due to the size and quality of its inhouse coin collection.
I have been accumulating stock slowly over a lengthy period and reckon this is one to watch. £ 3 by year end!|
|rambutan2: Trading Update
Equity Special Situations Limited ('the Company') announces that the unaudited
net asset value per share, as calculated on 31 December 2005, was 150p. The
change in net asset value since the Company's last announcement on 23 September
2005 is materially due to the change in share price of Syndicate Asset
Management plc ('SAM'), in which the Company owns 20 million shares representing 18.3% of the issued share capital. The share price of SAM has fallen from 113.5p when it floated on 23 September 2005 to a price of 65.5p as at 31 December 2005.
so, base nav of 150p, as dont expect sam to go below 63p instit placing price. but it a waiting game until sam land a big deal. if/when they do then eqs benefits nicely. plus, everything else in eqs port is still currently pretty much in for free.|
|topvest: This vehicle looks rather odd. It is a Guernsey based investment fund recently listed on AIM.
It's market cap at the placing price is £4.3m and the share price has since increased to 55p. Why?
The company only has cash of approx. £1.75m, because half the shares were issued at 3p.
There is an opion agreement for further shares to be issued.
OK, I am confused. Why would anyone want to invest in such a company at 50 or 55p when net assets are only c25p? To invest at a 100% premium in what is effectively an investment trust doesn't look very sensible.
Running costs are also too high for a company with just £2m of funds. £22k to Nobles, £15k to an admin company and £20k to directors as a starter. There is also going to be an investment committee - all a bit OTT for such a small company - surely to be a special situation fund you need to move fast?
What's the logic?|
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