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Nahl Group Share Discussion Threads
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|Always good to see a CEO and CFO buy shares. However, just £14K each seems to be more of a token gesture, rather than a clear message to the market of their confidence.|
|Good positive sign when two directors top up. Bargain rating here.|
|What's the essence of the Arden update?|
joan of arc
|Update from Arden Partners about Nahl's response to gov consultation:
|I've taken some again at near to 140p, having had a number of worthwhile excursions with NAHL since their start here in 2014.
|Well I don't see the Institutions and major shareholders who own 70% of the stock rushing for the exit.|
|I'm not gloating. It's a business I know very well. It's share price is vastly overrated at the current. £1.40. It has negative assets. It's a people business. It's barge pole status.|
|see my post 470 when I called this a screaming short - it's going to get worse|
|Hope your right... £70m market cap. £10m profits at least. I'm fully loaded.|
|Joined here this afternoon. Looks over done having read the RNS at lunch time?|
|Divi will also be cut now either for 2016 or 2017, as its based on paying 2/3rd's of retained earnings.
Given underlying profits for 2017 will be down by £4m on previous forecasts, the divi will be reduced.
As KoP202 has said Fairpoint are even cheaper, if they achieve their forecasts.|
|Fairpoint has had a similar going over and is even cheaper|
|There is your clarity. Great entry point at sub 1.70|
|PE very low nowAt or thereabouts at the bottom?|
|Joan of Arc - definitely would not buy more until more clarity. This is obviously not the end of claims because many genuine claims will be for very much more than £5,000 and there will be claims for lower amounts that are not whiplash. As you say we do not know the breakdown for sources of income so more information is required.|
|Yup, this will play out over a while IMO, would be good to get more clarity from board on impact ranges and also how other business lines are doing to make up any shortfall|
|"the opportunity to play a more pro-active role in the entire conduct and financing of a PI case in the medium to long term".
So what are we supposed to understand by that statement? My guess is that we will be obliged to put up risk capital and bet on the successful outcome of a case.
PI revenue was down 33%. Would it shrink further with the loss of much of the £1-5k small claims business? Unfortunately the interim accounts are not very transparent (deliberately?) so one cannot see the breakdown and contribution by business division.
I already have a large holding here, now barely breaking even and whilst tempted to buy more for the juicy divi I am reluctant to commit at the moment until there is greater clarification.|
joan of arc
|would have thought 2 weeks would have been enough to have enquired and got an answer! thoughts anyone?|
|all very quiet...|
|I'm referring to the level of fraudulent claimsOnly my opinionHave insurance companies already acted on this anyway?|
|and NAHL are diversifying away from this, but if they can continue to make hay in the short-term then any RNS stating government have moved away from legislation IMO should help this share back through £3 and beyond ....let's see|
|Given that whiplash claims have been going on for decades now, on what basis are you making that judgement? Interested to know.|