Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Foresight Solar LSE:FSFL London Ordinary Share JE00BD3QJR55 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 107.25p 106.25p 107.25p 107.25p 106.00p 106.00p 202,390.00 16:29:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 22.8 15.9 5.9 18.1 332.43

Foresight Solar Share Discussion Threads

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23/8/2016
12:30
Recent interims presentation. hTTp://www.foresightgroup.eu/user_uploads/20160814%20fsfl%20june%202016%20-%20interim%20accounts%20-%20analyst%20presentation%20final.pdf
rambutan2
23/8/2016
08:17
To answer my own question in post 14 it seems to have been the Q2 recovery in power prices. For FSFL latest quoted figures are 0.75p change per share for 1% change in power prices as fund split between ROC payments and power purchase.
rustle2
02/8/2016
19:11
I have all six as well as two others Ventus (VEN) and Ventus 2 (VEN2) which happen to be the best yielders of the lot at over 8% tax free and trade at 20% below NAV - but they are not for the faint-hearted.
a0002577
02/8/2016
14:32
I have TRIG & JLENThey have both been rising too. Both yield 6% and are low risk.
gateside
02/8/2016
14:30
The Solar/Wind shares I follow BSIF, FSFL, UKW have all been on the rise recently but I struggle to see exactly why. Are they seen as safe havens amongst the uncertainty?
rustle2
04/4/2016
13:23
Clever - earnings enhancing - long term loan - well done Foresight http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/foresight-solar-FSFL/share-news/Foresight-Slr-Fnd-Ld-Foresight-Solar-Fund-Limited/70960348
a0002577
19/3/2016
07:50
Agree with the above. I had a go at looking at the discount to NAV although tricky with all the differing div dates etc but FSFL does seem to offer the best value but it seems to consistently be at a higher discount and I can't see why. Unsure exactly how to value the wind shares against solar as they have different risks.
rustle2
18/3/2016
19:57
Of the 'infrastructure' shares (BSIF,NESF,FSFL,JLEN,TRIG,UKW)- this seems to offer best value at the moment even though BSIF offers a greater yield.
a0002577
09/3/2016
16:08
With a yield of over 6% these were looking cheap, hit by falling commodity and electricity prices, electricity prices in the UK are starting to firm as oil and gas prices increase, if that continues I expect further buying of these, very good income stock
nickelmer
09/3/2016
14:54
ex-div 10 March 1.52p so that doesn't explain it all. Quoted Nav 99p 31-dec-15.
rustle2
07/3/2016
17:37
I sold out of FSFL when the sentiment against solar turned. Thks for the post as I had not realised a recovery was underway. I suspect it's down to the results announced a week ago and the ongoing momentum from that. The company turned in a reasonable profit. I'd also like to hear other opinions as well.
webclick99
07/3/2016
16:42
Is anybody else here? If so, do you know why these have jumped please?
pickledcabbage
19/11/2014
12:34
all quiet here - the share price continues to go northwards. demand for solar seems unabated in listed space.
edwardt
08/10/2014
14:09
agree as long as the govt does not renege on the ROC benefits - i suspect not but a risk nonetheless.
edwardt
22/7/2014
15:59
Interesting video, so it seems after March 2015 the gravy train has left the station, from a point of view of any other companies trying to repeat Foresights strategy. Foresight however will still get the ROC benefits, have excellent earnings visibility, some inflation protection, and a great yield in todays market, so long as interest rates remain low I am continuing to increase my holding instead of leaving my cash in not to be trusted banks.
nickelmer
17/7/2014
12:37
HTTP://citywire.co.uk/money/renewable-energy-what-i-found-on-my-solar-farm-trip/a761967?ref=citywire-money-latest-news-list
mozy123
02/11/2013
05:48
I think most PI's will find this stock a bit too boring, however it offers a great yield and so provided interest rates remain low the price should be very steady and deliver an above average yield. I tucked a few away for that reason anyway, I certainly cant get 6% in the Bank !
nickelmer
01/11/2013
19:57
Bit of a surprise that this dropped a penny at launch. Probably negative fall-out from this week's bashing of the big-6 and implications for green energy?
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