Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gsh Group LSE:GSH London Ordinary Share JE00BYTQ7945 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% 10.625p 10.50p 10.75p 10.625p 10.625p 10.625p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy - - - - 29.40

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Gsh Daily Update: Gsh Group is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GSH. The last closing price for Gsh was 10.63p.
Gsh Group has a 4 week average price of 10.63p and a 12 week average price of 10.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 11.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.50p.
There are currently 276,666,667 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 341,557 shares. The market capitalisation of Gsh Group is £29,395,833.37.
geovest: Most of the 5x you refer to are micro caps with little if any earnings visibility. GSH's order book at half year = £609m, plus a further £255 subsequently. £1.60 or £2.00.... Dream on. On a lighter note, your grizzly pick clearly shows the electric wire in front of him, keeping him at bay! ISH does not need the money, so the current share price is of little concern. At some stage he, or his estate, will sell to a bidder.
geovest: I posted the following on TMF yesterday giving my view on results. As far as the chairman leaving - not neccessary a bad thing given his poor record at Johnson Services. "Like NDP I was a bit disappointed with the reduction in margin. Management did however explain that this was as a result of substantial investment in capacity in the US business, which did produce substantial new business and further contract wins. The US business is mostly energy savings contracts, which requires higher upfront investment with very little initial income, but with the potential for much higher margins because they share in the actual savings achieved through lower energy usage by the client. We should hopefully see the benefit from this coming through in the second half and some recovery in margins. Using some of the UK profit growth to invest in building the US business should really be seen as a low risk way of financing an entry into a potentially very lucrative market in the US. Energy savings will become a huge market and they have build up a lot of experience in this area in the UK over the last few years. This could become a major profit contributer in years to come. There is also a real possibility that GSH will at some stage be sold to a competitor (such as Mitie) as 83.8% of the shares are still held by GS Hall (in his 80's and retired). Time will tell, but with a contracted order book at around 4 times the annual turnover (over 5x taking into account recent contract wins), strong cashflows and no debt, I think it still offers good value. I am happy to hold." I think the share price will probably drift around the current level for a while until the rest if the market starts picking up in the second half. I still think GSH second half profit will be good and we should see a strong price recovery then. I don't want to be out as it is difficult to accumulate in quantity and you never know about bid prospect.
simon gordon: Are the dynamic duo staying put or are GSH being de-rated in catch up with peers? If rated similar to EAGA the GSH share price would be c.£3.50
charterhouse3: Evening all !!!!!! The half term holidays meant I was busy all day so could not comment on the replies from my original post this morning. Firstly, FWIW, I was delighted with the results so was comfortable spending a day away from from the monitors knowing that the share price would take care of itself. Was not expecting any news on the Scarr-Hall shareholding today (after all it is something that is out of the control of the current management and nothing to do with prelims) so no surprise there. Courant has done a very good job of explaining why I think this Company is still very attractive - see 277 and 279 above. IMO it is just the illiquidity that is holding the share price down at the moment. If Scarr-Hall offloaded some more shares which in turn got more institutions on the share register then the increased profile of the Company in the City would automatically result in a higher share price as GSH would begin to attract a rating similar to the higher quality members of it's peer group. What we have is a first class Company that very few people in the City know about. I first started buying at 305p and have topped up numerous times. I am more than comfortable holding and look forward to remaining on the share register for many years. I will try to get to the agm this year (a last minute emergency prevented me from attending last year - even the train ticket to Stoke and back was booked !!). In the meantime have a good weekend all. CH3
phil200: Hi, Why might increasing the free float have a positive affect on the share price given that the shares are not trading at an extremely low rating ? I would agree that the share price would increase if the price was lowly rated because more people would want to buy into a cheap company. Thanks.
charterhouse3: Simon No problems !!!!! You have been one of the significant contributors on this board and your input has been greatly appreciated (certainly by me !!) We'll have to agree to disagree at this moment in time with regards to the potential of the share price. I suspect that even the Scarr-Hall clan will realise that increasing liquidity (by offloading more of their shares) will result in a higher share price with the result being that their decreased stake ends up being worth more than their original stake would have been at a lower share price (if you see what I mean !!). Anyway enough for now. Going to try to watch the disaster that is the England football team try and claw their way back against Germany. CH3
charterhouse3: Indeed I would have thought the strength of the share price during the recent market madness (when many other similarly 'obscure' but equally high quality shares got slaughtered) suggests GSH is primed for a significant upward correction. Recent sales at 485p (covering the general lunacy period of last week as well) has had no effect on the share price at all. You would have thought that even a small sale of an illiquid stock in current market conditions would have a damaging effect to the share price. However even two sales of 20,000 shares each a few days ago had no downward effect on the share price - tremendously bullish sign in my opinion. This means the stock is being hoovered up by at least one institution. Two directors bought 50,000 shares between them just before the close period began. Business is buoyant and this is a very high quality operation in a very highly rated sector. I still think it is a steal compared to it's peers. I'll stick my neck out and go for 700p by the end of December. CH3
charterhouse3: Simon, Patience will be greatly rewarded with this Company. I feel that the relative obscurity of the Company at the present time gives us the chance to build reasonably big positions ahead of the time when increased liquidity will ultimately result in a fairer valuation being put on the share price. In my opinion a more liquid GSH would probably have a current share price north of 600p and probably a lot more than that. The few private investors on this board and TMF have realised that it is now just a matter of time waiting for the value to be outed. Even at current prices the downside is very low, the business is in great shape, the recent contract wins have been excellent and the balance sheet is in great shape. The management also appears first class. I was hoping for a hit on the share price today in order to top up around the 500p mark. All that has happened is NUMIS marking up their quote twice :o(
hanoversquare: Simon Spice is a perfectly reasonable comparison as you suggest. However, no matter which of the above you compare it to the current GSH share price is fundamentally undervalued. I think there has been an increase in attention recently judging by the increased volume and, of course, the share price waking up too. I would suggest that those who are already in have got in at a very low point. There is much much more to come. I did have a target of 500p near term (ie in the next 3 months) but further research has led me to raise my target to 600p before I will consider any sort of top slicing. I realise that declaring this on a public BB puts me down as a hostage to fortune but anyone who is able to do rudimentary research on a Company should be able to deduce that the shares are currently somewhat of a bargain.
charterhouse3: One day to go before Ian Scarr-Hall retires. Hopefully this will mark the beginning of the pruning of his shareholding and a subsequent rise in the GSH share price !!!!! CH3
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