|Jupiter Fund Management
||EPS - Basic
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|Jupiter's turn next ??
ALL IMO. DYOR.
|That doesn't include the interim dividend of 4.5p announced in July so the total yield is 6.5%. This is still less than the FCF generated in 2016.|
|With 22.7p dividend next week this share is a great buy in my book. That's a fantastic 5.5% yield at the current share price of 418p.|
|Were the results.....
.......as bad as the market seems to be suggesting? I'm not sure. Anway, I've dropped in to the store and picked up a few at 409p. Fingers crossed now....|
|Markets toppy? The share price was high back in the summer when things were anything but toppy.|
|Thanks for that GF. If anything it probably makes my contrarian muscle twitch even more!|
|Tempus in the Times this morning recommends Avoid. Cites fund managers not being the place to be if you think markets are toppy. Attractive yield but safer yields available elsewhere. I hold long term and was thinking of buying more this AM but I will wait and see just now.|
|Decided to go against the herd a little bit and taken a little sliver at 408ish. Good fortune all.|
|Cumulative net mutual fund inflows of £859m in the year to 31 December 2016, resulting in total AUM of £40.5bn (31 December 2015: £35.7bn).
Looks good but the market thinks not.|
The astonishing 12.5% hike in dividend is demonstrative of a positive outlook and management confidence.
Also fully concur about sector consolidation.
Both Man Group and PimCo have stated they want to grow and diversify including making acquisitions.
|Results look to be in line with market forecasts but the 12.5% increase in the dividend is a pleasant surprise. Prospects look good to me in a sector that could be facing consolidation.|
|Are you suffering a bout of locked in syndrome cwa?|
my retirement fund
Just bought in here at about 403p. With XD tomorrow at 21.5p and IF(I know, I know!) brokers are to be believed a dividend next year of 23p that makes a total of 44.5p in a smidgeon over 1 year-a yield of just over 11% for that period. I know the share price will be marked down by that mount commensurately, all other things being equal, but it's a good start to a holders' life.
Allied to that the most recent outlook comments from a couple of weeks ago were:-
Maarten Slendebroek, Chief Executive, commented:
"It has been another successful year for Jupiter, as we made continued progress with delivering our organic growth strategy to the benefit of all our stakeholders. 2015 saw strong investment performance allied with increased revenues, continued profit growth and further strengthening of our liquidity and capital position. Despite more challenging market conditions in the second half, underlying earnings per share increased by 11 per cent. and our resilient business model supported a 29 per cent. increase in like-for-like dividends."
Giving a degree of faith in the near future at least. Of course there are plenty of caveats; Brexit, general market malaise, Trump, etc., etc. but thought it was worth a modest entry position. Best of fortune to holders.|
|Jupiter shows resilience in the face of market woes - HTTP://citywire.co.uk/money/the-expert-view-marks-and-spencer-jupiter-and-just-eat/a848611?ref=citywire-money-picture-galleries-list#i=6
Asset manager Jupiter Fund Management (JUP) has proved its resilience in tough market conditions.
Peel Hunt analyst Stuart Duncan retained his ‘hold’ recommendation and target price of 495p on the shares, which edged 0.3% higher to 428.2p yesterday.
‘Like others in the sector, negative market movements have had an impact on the assets under management,’ he said.
‘However, Jupiter has again proved the resilience of the business model with modest net inflows despite the volatile conditions. A key element of the investment case remains the strong dividend flows expected in the coming years.’
He added that ‘there remains much to commend Jupiter’ including ‘a simple strategy based on delivering strong investment performance, broadening the distribution footprint to leverage this investment expertise, and consequently delivering returns to shareholders’.|
|Yup. It's interesting what may happen to Greece.
|Always good to lock in profits.
With global stock markets pushing forward enthusiastically and the FTSE on the cusp of achieving a new all-time high, my guess is that Jupiter still has good legs.
ALL IMO> DYOR.
|Sold today 403p. May look to repurchase if it falls.|
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|Good to see the share price responding at last. Just hope it can hang onto the 370p territory.|
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|Still not quite sure what is holding this back. Could be an opportunity but bit reluctant to add till we get further newsflow.|
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|Any views on what might drag this back over 400p. Market levels are back up so you would of thought things are looking ok. Not sure how their fund performance is holding up though.|
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|Had a few down here for the EEZY2 portfolio FWIW.
Super b/s, 5+% yield, modest PE, dir buying etc.
All good tho prob tank with the market if we're going down...