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|Still seeing buys just below mid price showing as sells tenapen. I'm hoping the 10000 sell yesterday was the low point, capitulation, that will start a climb in price. The market sees Jim paying a good yield historically that it can't sustain. I believe the opposite. Not long now.|
|... and the sells just keep coming.
Are the sellers tired of being in the sector that as lost over c 20% of its value this year ! while other sectors are at highs !
Or is the sell off Jarvis related !
time will tell !.
|Jarvis are treading water while the banking sector as a whole gets battered by the waves coming from Germany. Although a wee bit of turbulance is good for trade volumes i see we have a new corporate action on the sharedeal acion web-site, every little helps.
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There is nothing wrong with a bit of excitement ! but im guessing ACSO went down ! Dh'o
No excitement with Jarvis just treading water.
I hope all is good with everyone and until we have news ...|
|Well that's a sell for sure. I'm confident after recent director buys that the divi is assured.|
|The less said about my last post the better, LOL. Today's trades are buys, how do I know? Maybe they have a large order to fill, I really don't know but they want to flush out some sells it seems.|
|I'd rather they spend surplus cash on share buy backs. It let's us outsiders know what the insiders think they're worth. I nearly bought another 1000 but decided a punt on ACSO instead after their results for a bit of excitement.|
|The dividend record speaks for itself:
|I bought some last week on the basis that the share price has fallen a great deal and the dividend seems very safe. At some point I hope it should get back to £4.00.|
|I don't think there's enough volume available for buybacks to make any significant difference to the fundamentals.
They have cash on the balance sheet, so they probably think that they may as well pick up cheap shares when they become available.|
|Probably a daft question but are share buybacks being done primarily to increase EPS rather than any other purpose?|
|The DRIP is in. A big 92 shares for me this time. Loving the 4.5p per share divi|
|I agree tenapen, more shares for our divi. Shh don't tell everyone.|
|The DRIP should be in tomorrow !
Jarvis shares are not in demand generaly ! but at least the Directors are still happy to be buying more.
|:EDITED: not sure the statement was correct.
People looking for a return on their money ! and few better home's for yield than the cash cow that is Jarvis ! IMHO.
|A good line of buys today, with the big 271 buy being mine :-)
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The Company announces that, on 1 August 2016, it acquired 1,000 Ordinary Shares at a price of 327 pence per share to hold in Treasury.|
|Hi John, it wasn't the actual quote I had the issue with. Their server actually kept crashing before I could even reach the quote stage. Granted, I am sure the traffic was exceptional that morning. Like I said though, I know they are a budget execution-only dealer, and being a stingy git with no need for an advisory service, I am quite happy to remain a customer (and shareholder).
@steelwatch the particular issue I had was with the last LMS tender offer. No issue with the offer forms and administration, but they were very slow with the adjustment post-tender and I couldn't sell for a few days, losing a few quid in the meantime. I even emailed them to give feedback (well, more a complaint!), and didn't even receive a response. I also noted that many other brokers provided "overages" to shareholders, but unfortunately not x-o.|
I am good with my holding but a smal top-up would have been nice. Lets hope the share price stays low (ish) so we get a full DRIP, and build up my holding that way.
I wonder when we will hear ...... !
"The Company announces today that it has executed a non-binding heads of agreement with a financial services company to launch a new automated wealth management service on behalf of a third party. Jarvis will provide administrative services including account opening, maintenance, trading, and trade settlement."
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|Pastybap - just wondering what you meant about being slow during corporate actions? Not had any problem personally with that department through a number of open offer/rights situations. If you mean slow sending out offer forms, they will accept "written" instructions via email using the email address you registered with. Also, they don't charge in those circumstances and neither do they charge for exercising warrants/options on the client's behalf which they are in the process of doing for me right now, also acting on email instructions.|
|Hi Tenapen, shame you couldn't find a few quid for one last (i hope) bargain top up. The yield is very good though at this level as you say. Almost want to keep it off the radar to use as a money box as interest rates fall.|
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A Top company ....and a low share price means 'more in the DRIP'
|Pastybap, I think the delay in getting a quote for you was probably down to outside factors, they poll a few market makers to return the best quote and if the market makers are snowed under there's nothing can be done. It's the "everybody rushing for the exit" scenario. I know that Jarvis recently spent a lot of money upgrading their computer systems to give a resilient, responsive service after complaints of outages from users, since then I think the service has been very good. Andrew Grant is always willing to respond to constructive criticism and you'll never, from my experience, get fobbed off with some "they won't let us" rubbish. I've been a holder almost continually since they first came to AIM and I'm not one to ever put up with poor service but they are execution only and you can get better from say Charles Stanley if you are prepared to pay for an advisory service and if you have a six figure portfolio.|
|Hargreaves lansdown didn't cope with the brexit aftermath either. Lost lots because of it.|