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|Pretty rough October for this stock. Is this just boredom? About 5% down in the last month.|
|NAV likely North of 95p after the continuing £Sterling fall...
As previously stated, one has to assume that GHE took a very long look at the portfolio before doing the recent deal.
What I don't particularly like is the very long wait before the Fina;s in Mar'17 - a full 5months down the tracks...
Hopefully we may have an IMS at some stage in view of the significant changes.|
|NAV is a work of fiction - director estimate.
Directors are totally & utterly untrustworthy.|
|like the rising nav - but don't like that chart shape|
|Schroders reduce 250k - below 5%.|
|Barclays seem to take a week to allocate cash entitlements, they finally credited my a/c today: 6.87% basic + 5.75% excess = 12.62% total.|
|I've sold out of my remaining holding - just can't get excited enough about the value to stay in, & find the wee tenders a bit draining! Can see an argument for staying invested in LMS, even for buying more, but it's not the compelling investment it was when they were in (in theory) wind-down.|
|Expecting the next tender to arrive swiftly, as I believe sales have already been lined up/ agreed in principle. imo.|
|Given that the current dip is all due to broad economic factors and not LMS in particular, I expect some more big buys from bargain hunters today. Definitely a Value sort of week.|
|Birkett buys 25k @ 59.25p.|
|Always found Barclays to be slow - and difficult to get hold of to ask what's going on.
Disappointingly small tender result - but as someone commented above, just goes to show how keen everyone was to tender. Not surprising really, since most bought on the understanding they'd eventually get 100% at NAV.|
|Still nothing from Barclays. Looks like Number33 was right.|
|And finally at iWeb... 13.13%|
|There's no mystery about rathair's allocation. HL clients received a basic allocation of 6.9% of their holding plus 6.51% of any excess they tendered.
So anyone who tendered 100% received 6.9% of their holding plus 6.51% of the remaining 93.1% which is 6.06% of their holding. So in total they received 6.9% + 6.06% = 12.96 of the amount tendered.
rathair tendered 20,000 of his 40,000 holding. So his basic allocation was 6.9% of 40,000 = 2760. His excess was 20,000 - 2760 = 17,240 and his excess allocation was therefore 6.51% of 17,240 = 1122. So his total allocation was 2760 + 1122 = 3882 which is 19.41% of the amount tendered.
As for Barclays, they are always last.|
They don't like it up 'em, Cap'n Mainwaring.|
|Yes I realise that a day after I had submitted my application so just let it go.|
|Rathair - I don't understand why you didn't Tender for the full 40k, as so many of us posted, that was the right way to play this Tender. Result for you would have been 12.96% of 40k, ie 5184 redeemed at 84p, rather more than the 3882 you actually got!|
|Thanks Tilts. That may explain the difference. Mine is a SIPP holding.|
|Still nothing with iWeb. Grrr. Anyone else with them?Will report my % when it's in...|
|Mine were not held in my ISA acc if that helps.|
|Well maybe I made a mistake or they will correct it later if they do I will let you know.|
|The difference could possibly explained between ISA and non-ISA holdings. The brokers would normally have different pooled designations for each account.|
|Very strange rathair. I am with HL and tendered all my shares. Like 786sunshineI had 12.96% accepted in the tender.
Incidentally is anyone else with Barclays ? My partner tendered her shares with them and had heard nothing. She called this afternoon and was told it could take up to four days for their corporate actions team to let her know the outcome ! She told them that many other brokers had already sorted this out but they didn't seem at all concerned that their service was lagging in comparison to rivals.|
|I too received 12.96 at HL....2 separate holdings.|
|That seems quite strange rthair!
Not sure if there is a 'guideline' which UK brokers are expected to follow, setting out precisely how the allocations should be made when different shareholders (within that broker) tender different percentages of their holdings.|