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|Eredene Capital Daily Update: Eredene Capital is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ERE. The last closing price for Eredene Capital was 4p.|
Eredene Capital 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 446,907,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Eredene Capital is £17,876,280.
|deepvalueinvestor: With the property sale, cash should now be up to 9p per share versus NAV of 17.2p and a share price of 13p. The remaining investments look more promising and I can see no reason that they would be sold at a discount. The Ocean Sparkle stake would almost cover the share price on its own.
Not sure where this is going but it seems logical that there will be a return of capital in early 2013. SPL looks the obvious alternative for those who believe in the opportunities presented by the lack of Indian port capacity. However, I really hope Eredene Capital is not simply wound up, as I feel patience would be rewarded.|
I do hope you prove wrong in suggesting that the price might fall below 10p.
One of my most successful investments over the years has been in Ocean Wilsons. 20 years ago most of their Brazilian business was in tugs but they branched out into running container ports and latterly service vessels for oil drilling and production rigs and seem to be doing well although the share price is 25% off its peak like so many others.
The investment side of OCN, always a large part of the business, is run by Hanseatic Asset Management who seem very shrewd and OCN invested $2.5 million in Eredene on the placing at 18p last year; they may hold 5%.
Nowadays it is rare for OCN to invest in individual quoted companies rather than managed funds and I take comfort in their having made this investment although it looks premature today. OCN's success with container ports shows that they understand this business well.
I believe that ERE is currently unloved more because the price has fallen than for any fundamental reason and there may, for all I know, be a stock overhang.
Putting one's money into container ports looks to me a surer way of participating in India's industrialisation than selecting individual manufacturers.
Having started buying at about 23p, I have been topping up at 13.5p but I now have too much at stake to buy any more. So fingers crossed !|
|roodboy: yes indeed it is a long term game - profits will not show for while so the share price will lag - but for me this is a good time to get into one of the Indian Property Funds|
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