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|I've yet to recieve the circular that was posted on the 12th Sept. Has anyone else received their's?|
|This was their explanation:
Both of the announcements were made on the same day (24 August 2009) however related to different days.
14.40 relates to 21 August 2009
11.87 relates to 14 August 2009
The latest therefore is 14.40 as at 21 August 2009.|
I think they forgot to issue the 14 August NAV RNS and when they issued the 21 August one felt obliged to also issue the 14th one.
If they are going to extend the life of JSE they will need to make a proposal PDQ. If not, there should be a few pence per share due to the income holders.
O/T. JDT (income & growth) is starting to look like a bargain once again. 30% dividend (2x current price) and, assuming the good times return sometime before 2017, a substantial NAV.|
|There wrre 2 NAV announcements dated 24tyh Aug. The first says BAV for Grd. Inc. Shrs. = 14.40; the second says 11.87 ! (I have Emailed them)|
|the nav was 9.9p on splitsonline at yesterdays close. i think they would extend it if ord shares have a decent nav.|
Do you think they might extend the life of JSE, similar to JDT?
I like the way the share price keeps moving without any trades. I suppose the NAV must be being monitored.|
|I was wrong, share should start to moter between now and October as long as the FTSE carries on rising.|
|But dont have much time left and have 30% in cash and share PORTFOLIO Is very defensive, need more recovery plkays.|
|As a geared share, the upside if the market goes North of 4000 is reminiscent of 2002.|
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The London Stock Exchange is facing a High Court claim of anti-competitive behaviour from Plus Markets
Great Article by Tom Bulford
another mention from Dominic Frisby
http://www.moneyweek.com/news-and-charts/economics/the-real-reason-hedge-funds-are-shutting-down-13595.aspx (mention is at the end of this article)|
joan of arc
|Well done ISA23, you called JSE spot on too
Keep the ideas coming|
|Well it seems my recommendations have finally come good. Atls & ddc up by about %20 each since about one and a half months ago. Should have become a tipster!!!!!|
|The Board of Jupiter Second Enhanced Income Trust PLC (the "Company") believes that it is in the best interests of
Shareholders for the Investment Manager to be able to invest on the Company's behalf in certain property related
investment companies which are listed or to be listed on the London Stock Exchange.
I take it to mean the likes of ddc & atls, as uk commercial prop ITs all look overpriced...|
|Thanks for the info ISA 123, I will have a look
One theme I am sure of going forward is that the wealth transfer going on will continue from west to east, establised to emerging economies, and the EU is only going to make this more certain|
|for what it is worth, I am back in JSE. With recent rises in underlying assets (specially Shell & Bp), discount to NAV has widened to about 18-20% which is unjustified given a talented manager in charge, a handsome 6.7% divi and zeros more that adequately covered.
I have also come across another interesting eastern european property trust. Atlas Estates (atls) floated at 341p in April with an NAV of 318p. It has since dropped to as low as 245, before recovering to about 265. It plans to pay 3% divi in 2006, 5% in 2007 & 10% in 2008 (all based on the floatation price of 341!!!). Management has recently started a share buyback program given the rediculously cheap share price. Sounds a no-brainer to me.|
|Yes please do, should have done so myself|
|Thanks Hindsight. I'll post this on ddc thread if you don't mind (with your permission of course)
|Good news for ddc
In addition, Poland's property market has had an excellent first half of the year. Word from the professionals on the ground indicates that prices have risen between 20% and 30% in 2006 so far, which would give tremendous return on capital for investors there who can buy with typically 20 or 30% deposit. Warsaw's property prices remain amongst the lowest in Europe and the introduction of major industry to the city is attracting an increasingly young and wealthy population.|
|yea I think NAV is probably 95-100p, but is hard to tell as some of it is still cash and underlying assets have probably appreciated by now. I called them the other day & asked for the annual report so I can have a better picture of what they're up to. Sounds good. Dawney Day is a reputable manager, and management have a sizable interest in each of their property funds (same goes for dtr, though it is 12% higher than a few weeks ago!). Numis has a 137p price target for ddc.
For what it's worth, I've recently bought into eet & alph (France & Spanish commercial property) for the yield. Some of these Asian Equity IT's are also becomimg interesting (aaif in particular, which pays divi in Aug. yields around 5%).|
|Yep im watching ddc but still feel rising rates need time to play out on property
Make nav 97.9p, is that your view ?, so a 10% discount 90p would be a place to start adding a few for me
I see they are offshore with no corporation tax, very close to me, which I always go for as have had gains hurt by uk corporation tax in the past ie Regalian properties
|ddc up nearly 10% today!|
I will have a look at those, just wonder if rising euro % rates short term will hold them back|
|PS. DTR is also worth a look if it gets below 1EUR|
|Hi Hindsight. I will play such bargains through spreadbetting for now so as to minimise potential losses (mind you, VOD is depressed for a reason. I think free telephony etc...doesn't bode well for telecom stocks).
I am still mainly in cash/bonds waiting for the downside to run its course. I've taken profits on itwn (Taiwan)& ced, but have recently revisited itwn & ifff. One stock I have found REALLY interesting is ddc (Dawnay Day...). It invests in commercial property in East Europe, and pays 6p divi this yr rising to 10p next & thereafter. Concerns about interest rates etc, plus lack of new deals has pushed it to almost below NAV, whereas it is sitting on a huge cash pile & an 84.3m property portfolio. The 6.3% divi should support the price, but I'm happy to buy more on any further downside. Hope this one works out well too.|