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|1; Arix Bioscience plc
2; LXI Reit plc
3: Versarien plc
4; Premier Afican Minerals plc
5; Downing .... plc
I will keep a list for information going forward.|
|And another .....
Jarvis Investment Management has been appointed as an 'intermediary' for the forthcoming Downing Strategic Micro-Cap Investment Trust plc Initial Public Offering.|
|More corperate work for Jarvis,
Premier African Minerals Limited was established to acquire and develop mineral properties across Africa. Please be aware that the Offer closes at 17:00 on Sunday 26th March 2017 and is allocated on a "first come first served" basis.
There must be a demand for JIM shares as the 25k sale today did not move the market.
15:26:42 24-Mar-2017 380.00 25,000 95,000.00 Ordinary trade|
|Hi Nigel, more consolidation to come ! so it would be nice if Jarvis got some up-lift from the action. With Sion holding such a large percentage Jarvis are safe from a sneeky T/O and I'm glad. The recient DRIP gave me another 77 shares towards my retirement fund ;-).
|Nice result for Panmure Gordon Shareholders this morning.|
|Thanks both :-)|
|Hi MJ, there was a recent budget change allowing withdrawals to be put back into ISA's within the same year. I haven't done any research on this, and not all providers offer these new flexible ISAs it seems, but I am sure there must be someone:
I'm not sure whether Jarvis offers this facility, but you could ask. I use Jarvis's x-o ISA for low dealing costs.|
|If you take the cash out of a share ISA you can't put it back in(unless you have an unused element still available). You can have as many different shares in an ISA as you want(and is sensible to do given costs!). Cash divis can be held in an ISA pending re investment/withdrawal. HTH|
|Hi steelwatch, I am attracted to a share isa but I've never actually used one. Is it similar to the cash isa in that you can take out but you cant put back in for the same tax year if you have used your full allowance and also can cash divis go into the share isa or is it only scrip shares. Last question is it one company's share per isa or can you mix companies up to your limit. Thanks, MJ.|
|ten - makes no difference taxwise. Consider moving them into an ISA perhaps? If you haven't used up this year's full £15,240 allowance, move some now (bed & Isa) before end of this tax year and the rest in the next tax year when the ISA limit will be £20,000. If you do, remember to request the DRIP is set up again for the ISA, unless you just want dividends in cash.|
Just for general information as i do not come close to getting £2,000 in dividends let alone £5,000 . Would the new £2,000 level make it even more sence to get a dividend by way of a DRIP or would the DRIP be counted with cash ?. Thanks.
|Hi tenapen, if you edit your post and use Http, with a capital H it won't get changed to hxxp.|
|Another Offer from Jarvis. The corporate side of the business is so busy this year. I didn't count last years 'offers' but we must be close to that total and its only just turned March.
Versarien plc , which is an existing AIM listed company, has announced a Fundraise, to raise up to approximately £1m at a subscription price of 15p per Ordinary Share, being a discount of approximately 6.25 per cent to Friday's closing mid-price.
Thanks John, hope your good. Exciting times for JIM. I'm lookinh for another BIG 50 this week.|
I wonder how much Jarvis made from trades associated with the Kraft / Unilever non-deal ?. Looking at the Unilever google trades for the two days it looked a lot. That is the best thing about owning shares in a broker, good or bad news, T/O or IPO i just think to myself, Mmmmmmm ! more money in the bank for JIM.|
|A snippet from the Small Cap Value Report on Stockopedia last Friday.
My opinion: It’s hard to find fault at this company, in my opinion. The core business is running smoothly and well, while additional sources of revenue are being pursued in outsourcing/custodianship contracts.
Highly deserving of its current 15x PE ratio in my book, and probably a worth a bit more than that.
If you aren't a subscriber, give a trial a go. Already paid me back with good info and opinions.|
|You need to look at the subsidiary company, Global Investment Strategy UK led by CEO John Gunn. I agree its earlier stage. Dividend policy soon hopefully. In the meantime, it's growing through a similar very low cost business model.|
|Absolutely right tenapen. You have to be patient and buy when it's quiet.
Topvest, Octagonal looks a bit early stage for me, I had a quick look and there appears to have been a reverse takeover and capital reorg and lots of shares issued all in the last 2-3 yrs. Lots of intangibles on the balance sheet. Finally they don't pay a dividend and someone called David Lenigas is on the board.|
|Octagonal looks like a similar type of company to me. Low costs. High ROCE etc.|
|A perfect example of a picks and shovels company. I've made more money out of Jim than most jam tomorrow companies. One caveat however, liquidity can dry up so don't expect your cash on demand without dropping the price. Applies to any small cap really.|
|Hi John, Yes always good to have the results in good old fashioned white paper held together with one staple.
'Nailed on' alright :-) but i was amazed at the high level of positivity coming from the company. I will continue to buy as money allows. :-)
|As you said earlier, nailed on. Just going to start reading the report in detail. I do like paper, can't write notes on the screen. Last years convinced me to move a cash ISA into JIM shares and now 25% up as well as divis.|
I have no words.|
|Great results. A rock solid company. We should see an update to the IC tip based on higher eps.|