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Legendary Inv. LSE:LEG London Ordinary Share GB0001514032 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.23p 0.22p 0.24p 0.23p 0.23p 0.23p 2,562,605 07:39:34
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 0.0 2.1 0.1 2.6 6.46

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Legendary Inv. Daily Update: Legendary Inv. is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LEG. The last closing price for Legendary Inv. was 0.23p.
Legendary Inv. has a 4 week average price of 0.20p and a 12 week average price of 0.16p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.45p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.15p.
There are currently 2,807,364,166 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 16,819,148 shares. The market capitalisation of Legendary Inv. is £6,456,937.58.
evans10: Morning guys! Just looking for a bit of advice, as I'm relatively new to this game (started investing post Brexit)! If VS were to be listed, what is the process? When would LEG shareholders be notified, who values VS, how is the VS share price decided, and how would it directly impact LEG? I assume the last question is fairly straight forward, in that LEG would / should increase to reflect 7% of VS share prices (forgetting all other investments for a minute). Thanks in advance. Evans
sam the man1: Prof now the frenzy is over can I say that you are right I haven’t included any other LEG investments in my assessments earlier today but here is a little bit of info on our investment with VS. Cut and paste from RNS 30/10/12 Legendary is pleased to announce that it has negotiated a small minority stake in VirtualStock Limited ("VS") for a consideration which includes strategic, financial and business consultancy services to assist VS to develop rapidly its business and just over £50,000 in cash. In addition, Legendary has negotiated an option to double its stake in VS at an increased valuation. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Cut & paste extract from the LEG Annual report & accounts 2014 In June 2014, post balance sheet, Legendary exercised all of its derivative instruments in Virtualstock taking its equity holding in Virtualstock from 2.2% to 5.6%. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My interpretation of this is that we DO NOT have an option to buy any more VS shares and here is my take on where we are today: - 2012 LEG bought 14,655 (2.2%) shares in VS for £50,000 with an option to buy more. 20/2/14 VS sub-divided their shares by 100 meaning we now had 146,558 shares. By 27/5/14 VS had allotted 737,018 shares and LEG bought 225,683 of those taking us to 5.6% and had used up all the deals. On 27/4/15 the share ownership gets slightly muddled because VS allot a further 406,015 shares plus there is a lot of swapping between, VS directors, VS staff, outsiders and LEG. The net result was, and still is, that LEG own 447,428 (7.01%) of the 6.38M VS shares in circulation. 5/10/15 Jenkins buys 83,334 (1.3%) shares from the VS Directors, Bradley and Ingram. VS was valued at £58M on this date and LEG share of that at £4M I welcome any alterations that anyone would want to make to this but as gbenson1 points out, depending on the value you put on VS, LEG would need at least £5M to get another 3%, £5.3M if we believe Beaufort’s valuation of £178M and £7.2M on a £240M valuation. 🍋 And sorry guys the last deal of the day was me top-slicing. As the saying goes 3-steps forward 2-steps back. If I'm right, I'll buy them back later this week when the sharks have finished feeding and if I'm wrong my mini-dealing over the last two weeks has left me with 180,000 that cost me nothing at all and are worth £400 at the closing price. I’ll never be a trader but it's fun trying.
mudbath: "THINK BIG, START SMALL AND SCALE FAST." This is the ethos embedded within VirtualStock.(according to Rob Knott) "FAST" is the key word for us investors in VS,via LEG,as opposed to the vast majority of other new concept companies where the years slide by with alarming frequency whilst their BODs seek to hone software whilst exploring potential business opportunities. "THINK BIG, START SMALL AND SCALE FAST" could well apply to the LEG share price for there does seem to be a realistic opportunity for VirtualStock to command a £billion valuation should they deliver on the scale envisaged by Rob Knott in his most recent interview. We should enjoy a powerful news flow from VS over coming months,culminating potentially with their flotation in 18/24 months. Exciting times ahead then imo.
chinese investor: Consider the following scenario :- LEG increases their stake in VS paying an inflated price. As a result VS is valued at £100 million. As a result LEG share price increases.
nocky44: Legendary Investments has cleaned up its portfolio and raised new funding to support both existing and p ossible new investments , along with its working capital needs . Like all early - stage or ‘ venture ’ in vestment vehicles, sorting the ‘wood - from - the - chaff’ is a process best left to the experienced. LEG’s management brings exactly this, having demonstrated the ability to both create value for investors and, just as importantly, to recognise when is the time to cut failing opportunities. Now trading at a di scount to Beaufort’s estimated ‘sum - of - part s ’ and with one of its investments seemingly offering the relatively near - term potential to creat e significant additional investor value, we have taken a closer look at th is opportunity. Following this , our Specu lative Buy recommendation on the shares is repeated , while also revising the target price to 0.5p /share.  Legendary has recently completed two important steps . It has rationalis ed its portfolio while also raising new funding in support of existing investment ’ s needs plus working capital, as well as providing necessary facility to take advantage of several new investment opportunities identified by management which are currently under review.  The disposal of its participations in AIM - quoted Sula Iron & Gold plc and Oracle Coalfields plc for some £ 25,000, re - confirm s management’s intention to focus on its core investments .  LEG’s portfolio n ow consists of just t wo quoted minerals resources vehicles : Amedeo Resources plc and Medgold Resources Corp , along with three pri vate equity investments : Bosques Energeticos EB E S.A. de C.V. , Virtualstock Holdings L td ( for which the outlook is building significantly) and a recently acquired participation in Manas Resources LLC .  V alue , in particular, has been created by Virtualstock , in terms of its software - as - a - service offering that provides next generation solutions to optimise supply chain efficiencies and visibility to a varied range of supplier, retailers and customer service groups. Its client list for this highl y ‘sticky’ offering already includes several of the UK’s blue - chip retailers. Very significantly also, the suite of products that centre on its ‘The Edge’ platform, is now being trialled by the UK’s largest NHS Trust hospital, which may be joined by other UK trusts and, ulti mately have the potential to create a standardised product for incorporat ion a cross the entire UK health service . Prospectively this could offer quite dramatic cost savings for this mission critical service. The Company’s potential has already been recogn ised by one well - known entrepreneur buying - in on the basis of a £58m valuation. Beaufort’s more detailed review of Vi rtualstock ( overleaf ) , c onsider s its recent exceptional progress while confirm ing our significant upward valuation revision.  Patience and tenacity have also been rewarded at Bosques whose first and second generation pongamia seeds have successfully germinated and produced saplings, Amedeo meanwhile has completed the physical build of its first jack up rig and the 2015 sampling programme carried out by Manas Resources on its Sultan Sary Project in Kyrgyzstan has produced good results.  Beaufort has undertaken a valuation of the individual parts of LEG’s portfolio while taking existing cash/near cash as face value to derive a valuation of 0.5p/share for LEG, before awarding additional value for the Group’s pro - active selection and management of its assets. Price: 0. 31 p Target Price: 0.5 p Sector: Specialty Finance Share Price Performance Source: London Stock Exchange Key Data Market: London (AIM) TIDM: LEG.L 1 Year Hi/Lo: 0.449 p – 0.07 p Existing Shares: 2, 795 m Market Cap: £ 8.66 m ISIN: GB0001514032 SEDOL: 0151403 Co. Website: B arry Gibb Research Analyst +44 020 7382 8422 Andy Senga Junior Research Analyst +44 020 7382 8407
cpap man: Over on the FAR9 thread 3rd eye has posted a full chart of LEG showing the LEG share price currently sitting on long term support [moving averages] as well as the share price being well O/S!
chinese investor: Huge Drop In LEG Share Price ! Ultra Bullish ! I've Seen It All Before !
djgrantb: Soup dragon what you say is correct, however in the interim VS has increased in value and is in part holding up the LEG share price and bodes well for the future. It would be nice to get a steer from VS as to how they are doing, which you would think they are duty bound to inform institutional investors say every 6 months??
kaerus: I agree, godolphin and Professor Petticoat ;) I'm pretty confident that "The Edge" will be rolled out to more NHS trusts, as per the portal added to the VirtualStock web site. I imagine the roll out will be a gradual one rather than 'big bang' - and that bodes well for multiple well-spaced RNS announcements over the next 12 months. I was also enthused by the 2 new retail contracts (regardless of whether or not they get named - the NOMAD would have needed to have seen evidence to back up the the 'household name' claim made in RNS by Legendary in order to sign off the RNS so I'm happy with that). These 2 new retail contracts reassure us that VS haven't gone "all in on red" and put all their eggs in the NHS basket and are continuing with their 'bread and butter' Retail vertical. I work in the IT systems and Software industry and VirtualStock is my main reason for being a long term holder here. Bosques looks good too but that's a medium to long term play rather than something I feel will impact the LEG share price on a near term basis.
professor pettigrew: This from discuss the market:- Psychoman I agree with a number of the analyses below: VS alone being £4m, and has far higher potential - the founders must believe it’s worth much more as “should VS issue shares at a valuation lower than an agreed premium to the £58m valuation…the selling founders shall have to compensate Mr Jenkins by transferring to him further shares” – perhaps in the £100-200m range; Bosques has massive untapped potential and Leg got in very early – its stake being £100k – on the balance sheet; Amedeo could come good in the medium term, as could the smaller investments. And with the mkt cap at £2.6m, one could buy Leg and get VS at a discount to what Jenkins paid (!) with everything else for free! So why is the mkt cap at £2.6m i.e share price at .1 ish. I’m at a loss to explain this. Any ideas? Psychoman Can someone explain Leg's share price to me? It has some fantastic investments, in particular VS, whose potential and value has been externally confirmed (Clients: Tesco, NHS, Maplin, etc. Outside investors: at .,,,,,£25m last April and £58m now, and by Nick Jenkins who has proven himself in the internet world, and would he invest at £58m if that is all he thought it was worth). Climate change is becoming a bigger and bigger issue, and Leg got in early with Bosques and seem to have developed some amazing plants, and Amedeo which while is suffering due to the oil price, is well backed and stands a good chance of coming good. Some of the smaller investments were made when commodities were hot and are now depressed, but might come back and in any case are small in the context of the bigger investments. The directors run the company frugally and take minimal cash comp (unlike many on AIM) with their rewards being tied to the share price. And yet the market cap is c.60% of VS confirmed value - disregard the potential (with the rest of the investments for free)! TWO comments there worthy of repeating again.
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