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|Jarlway Daily Update: Jarlway Holdings is listed in the sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JWY. The last closing price for Jarlway was 0.38p.|
Jarlway Holdings 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 24,413,333 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Jarlway Holdings is £91,550.
|arthurly: Trying not to ramp but it is possible that this company may be incredibly undervalued. Of course at the moment there is quite rightly a suspicion of Chinese companies (do they have the same profit motive, will they ever pay dividends ?). Well if say JWY wants to raise further cash (and with the huge potential growth it may well do), it will have to show itself as being profit minded and at least intimate that dividends are on the way.
There is also the problem of lack of news. The owners probably do not yet realise the importance for keeping a high share price. But this will presumably change.
Given that sales and profits increase rapidly, how should a company like JWY be valued ? I think we are all looking at it in terms of our own domestic markets.
US P/E ratos are rightly higher than here as growth can be maintained for longer before markets are mature. But China ... Companies like JWY may be able to grow turnover at say 15% + and profits at say 20% + , for many years, maybe 15,20 or even 25 years. The Chinese industrial revolution only affects 200 million or so at present. There are another billion still working on the land. The construction industry may be a growth sector for many years to come. So maybe when risks outlined above are taken out of the equation we could see P/E ratios of 30 or 40 being easily justifiable even though we would normally think of those multiples in only the fastest growing Western tech companies.
Just a thought...|
|skandarrgh: I don't see anyone picking up on this until it sinks. Glad I sold for no loss on this one, but it looks like it has strong prospects, just wish these were displayedin a confidence in share price.|
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