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|Noble Investments Daily Update: Noble Investments is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NBL. The last closing price for Noble Investments was 256.50p.|
Noble Investments has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 16,512,002 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Noble Investments is £42,353,285.13.
|jeanesy2: Strange to get an announcemement. The share price hasn't fallen that much imo ?!|
|greek islander: Having watched some of the recent auctions live online I get the definite impression that sales have been very disappointing. Like the correspondents above it is very difficult unless you are a collector, to assess the income to the auction house and whether it is more or less than expectation.
Since that sensational auction success earlier I get the impression that it has lead to an enthusiasm among sellers and a dearth of serious buyers. If that is the case, then the reasons for the hike to a 200p share price probably do not apply any more. However, the real situation is unclear and I reserve judgement until we hear from the company. It is about time for that to happen.|
|greek islander: N3
Tomorrows news is crucial for the share price over the next 12 months. Hope they report also on those most recent auctions. Be good to get a trading update right up to when it was written.
If the figures are right I'll stay invested for the longer term, may even increase my holding.|
|greek islander: Yes in the shorter term this auction,as much as the next set of results, will decide the share price over the next few months.
A disappointing sale would normally mean a drop back in the share price though the expectation of excellent results (almost guaranteed) "in excess of expectations" means that 300p by this time next month is not at all impossible. I am very surprised that this expectation has not boosted the share price by far more inside the last few weeks.
I'll be there at 5pm.|
|greek islander: I guess we are waiting for news for the next big rise to happen.
Shouldn't be too long in coming, as the next two big auctions loom on the horizon.
A few million pounds in the coffers will do wonders for the share price. I love these stocks that just rise steadily over a period with the odd big jump. Before I got out of Volvere the situation was similar with the share price only going one way but then it started to stagnate and inch backwards which is when I got out and switched most of the proceeds into Noble. VLE has since regressed further. NBL is the ideal stock for me - not overpriced by a long way, fast increasing revenue, cash rich, great prospects and little apparent downside. This year could be an important one for the share price.|
|greek islander: Little reason to sell this stock, unless you have a personal financial crisis or can come up with an even better one to move into.
The steady inevitable growth in performance and share price with the huge potential offered by forthcoming major auctions, make it a cheap stock even after the recent rises in the share price
I have been building up my holding here and will continue to do so.|
|skyship: I too love this stock, though have always been under-represented - currently at far too low an allocation.
"..a better pound for pound stock out there, then someone let me know."
Hmm - yes, I'll volunteer one. How about a Property Investment Company with an NAV of 55.8p; an share price of 32.5p; an NAV discount of 41.7%; a low LTV of 43% (low gearing in commercial property terms) & a yield of.........wait for it......a yield of 10.7%! Also Schroders just taken on the Investment Manager role. Currently totally mis-priced. Take a look:
|irenekent: Very good company, seem to be doing better than Gibbons whose share price has been falling.
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