Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Starvest Plc LSE:SVE London Ordinary Share GB0009619817 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.25p 2.00p 2.50p 2.25p 2.25p 2.25p 0 07:59:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.1 -1.0 -2.6 - 0.89

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27/9/2016
09:20
Starvest Daily Update: Starvest Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SVE. The last closing price for Starvest was 2.25p.
Starvest Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.16p and a 12 week average price of 1.92p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.25p.
There are currently 39,618,446 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,145 shares. The market capitalisation of Starvest Plc is £891,415.04.
12/11/2015
03:07
russman: I am surprised the share price has held up so well. The spread is gigantic.
11/7/2014
08:35
zedder: £100k uplift in the portfolio value today with the ALBA share price suddenly taking off.
14/1/2014
08:33
gibrewog: Nordic Energy applied for more Danish North Sea blocks on 13th January .Perhaps this is the reason for the rise in share price as the comments I read suggested that they were optimistic about the potential prospects in these areas.
10/1/2014
20:30
zedder: Starvest PLC 10 January 2014 Friday 10 January 2014 ("the Company") Net asset value update at 10 January 2014 Further to the Company's announcement of its net asset value as at 31 December 2013 and in fulfilment of the undertaking given to advise the market of significant changes, the Company is pleased to announce that at today's close, the net asset value had increased by 62% since 31 December 2013. A number of investments have contributed to this surge in value, but especially Nordic Energy plc in which the Company has a major stake. 10 January 31 December 30 September 2014 2013 2013 Trading portfolio GBP3.42m GBP1.95m GBP2.52m value Company net asset GBP3.82m GBP2.36m GBP2.73m value Net asset value 10.29 6.35 pence 7.44 pence per share pence Share price - 3.62 pence 3.88 5.62 pence mid pence Share price discount to net asset value 65% 39% 24% Market capitalisation GBP1.35m GBP1.44m GBP2.09m All valuations are based on the closing market bid prices or lower directors' valuation as described in the 2013 annual report. The Company will next update the market as soon as practicable after 31 March 2014, or in the event of a significant change in valuation during the quarter.
25/11/2013
13:26
hpotter: Two extracts from the 2013 Annual Report that make me wonder: 'Collectively, the Board has a wealth of experience over many years of investing in small company new issues and pre-IPO opportunities in the natural resources and mineral exploration sectors'. 'Of the 25 to 30 investments held at any one time, it is expected that no more than five will prove to be 'winners'; from half of the remainder we may expect to see modest share price improvements'.
27/8/2013
16:45
zedder: Certainly not SVE as far as I know. Looking at this probably Brucey direct: http://www.rareearthmineralsplc.com/index.php/investors/share-price-information
16/10/2012
10:14
david77: 100% discount would give share price of zero. Current discount is about 50%
11/4/2011
15:13
topinfo: DJ Starvest plc Half-yearly report TIDMSVE 11 April 2011 Half-year report - six months ended 31 March 2011 Chairman's statement I am pleased to provide a portfolio valuation update as at 31 March 2011, the interim financial statements for the six months ended on 31 March 2011 and a commentary on the excellent progress made during the period. Investment performance At 30 September 2010, there were signs that dampening impact of world economic events was lifting and that the performance of the Starvest portfolio was improving after two years of stagnation. Those initial signs have proved to be a foretaste of an excellent half year. The key facts are as follows: * Company net asset value has increased by ÂGBP5.9m or 141%; * Starvest's mid share price has risen by 77% from 7.75 pence on 30 September 2010 to 13.75 pence on 31 March 2011; * Closing net asset value of 26.16 pence per share up 131% from 11.28 pence; * Mid share price on 31 March 2011 had a discount to net asset value of 47%; * Investment sales have realised ÂGBP1.3m with a gross profit of ÂGBP1.09m; and * The bank overdraft has been eliminated. Basis of valuation Starvest uses closing bid prices, or the Directors' lower valuation if deemed appropriate. In addition, a 10% discount is made against those investments where the Company holds either a large percentage of a given investee or where the investment constitutes 7% or more of the portfolio. These valuation discounts totalled ÂGBP1.08m at 31 March 2011, or 2.66 pence per share. Adjusting for this discount, the full value based on bid prices was 28.82 pence per share leading to a share price discount of 52%. Given the current stock market trading volume in some investee companies, it is arguable that mid price rather than bid price would be appropriate. Had the Company adopted such a policy with all options exercised, the value per share would increase by a further ÂGBP1.64m or 3.61 pence to 32.43 pence per share with a share price discount of 57%. Company statistics 31 March 30 September 2010 31 March 30 September 2011 2010 2009 Trading portfolio ÂGBP10.03m ÂGBP4.57m ÂGBP3.53m ÂGBP4.72m value Company asset value ÂGBP10.10m ÂGBP4.19m ÂGBP3.19m ÂGBP4.02m net of debt Net asset value - 26.16 pence 11.28 pence 8.85 pence 10.72 pence fully diluted per share Share price - mid 13.75 pence 7.75 pence 5.75 pence 11.75 pence Share price discount 47% Premium 31.3% 35% Premium 9% to fully diluted net asset value Market capitalisation ÂGBP5.05m ÂGBP2.84m ÂGBP2.01m ÂGBP4.1m Portfolio comment During the half year, Starvest sold at profit: its remaining holding in Franconia Minerals Corporation, the subject of a takeover; and a part of its interest in Beowulf Mining plc. On sales of ÂGBP1,324,020, the gross profit was ÂGBP1,089,779. During the half year, there has been increased investor interest in mineral exploration ventures, particularly where they have demonstrated progress in their search for and development of their projects leading to much improved valuations. Against this background, previous valuation impairments totalling ÂGBP848,498 have been reversed; new impairments total ÂGBP35,198. Taking these factors into consideration resulted in an operating profit before expenses of ÂGBP1,903,079. During the period, Starvest added to its investment in Ariana Resources plc. As a consequence of improved valuations, Starvest's largest investments, comprising 85% of the declared valuation, in order of size were: * Oracle Coalfields plc * Regency Mines plc * Kefi Minerals plc * Beowulf Mining plc * Red Rock Resources plc * Ariana Resources plc * Sheba Exploration (UK) plc * Greatland Gold plc * Sunrise Resources plc A year ago we stated that "within the investment portfolio, we have eight investments, each of which has the potential to transform the Starvest portfolio. We must be patient!" Our patience is being rewarded, and we continue to believe that there is considerable growth potential in Starvest's investment portfolio. Other points of note during the half year: * The profit on ordinary activities before taxation for the period amounted to ÂGBP1,812,920 (2010 loss ÂGBP100,276). * After a corporation tax provision of ÂGBP490,000, the net profit is reduced to ÂGBP1,322,920 (2010: loss ÂGBP100,276). * Basic profit of 3.6 pence per share (2010: loss of 0.29 pence per share); fully diluted profit of 3.3 pence per share (2010: loss 0.25 pence per share). Resumption of dividend payments In the context of the greatly improved results coupled with the outlook for the future, the Board has resolved to resume dividend distributions commencing with an interim dividend amounting to 0.25 pence per share for which the record date will be 27 May 2011 and the payment date 15 June 2011. The matter will be kept under review, but at the 2011 annual general meeting the Board expects to recommend to Shareholders that a final dividend of a like amount be paid during January 2012. The Board hopes to be able to recommend further dividends to shareholders in future years. In early July, the Company expects to announce an update to the net asset value as at 30 June 2011. R Bruce Rowan Chairman & Chief Executive 11 April 2011 Profit & loss account
08/12/2010
23:50
outsider: "It also seems to confirm that SVE are idiots and sold them before the recent spike in the BEM share price!" Zedder I am afraid I have to comment on your comment. SVE won't ever get the best price on any investment.....however they have made huge gains, they have had the foresight to arrange a convertable adding further value. Sometimes shares go beyond what is reasonable value, SVE just make their best judgement....but will never get it 100% correct. You can call SVE idiots many times over a year, because there will be companies that go bust & sales that don't always acheive the best price, but on the whole SVE are pretty shrewd, were they idiots for investing in Beowulf at sub 5p? Of course not. So I think we should be fair in our assessment, SVE will get more right than it get's wrong in monetary terms.
20/5/2008
13:19
eacn: The 5 year chart gives a reasonable view imo of what we can now expect for the SVE share price: free stock charts from www.advfn.com SVE has a wide spread of investments, some of no significant value, but in the main with significant upside potential, particularly in view of the very spectacular fall in junior explorer valuations since last July. The underlying secular bull market in metals remains in place. Imo it will continue for several years yet, despite falls in western demand, because Far East demand continues make up the shortfall and then some. The large scale miners, while continuing to invest, have focused on expansion of existing reserves, and are therefore likely to end up acquiring junior explorers to replace reserves. I expect FRA to end up being sold in this way and ORCP (and several other SVE investments) could share that fate. I think we have probably reached bottom on SVE now and if the chart is right we have a long way to go to reach the top of the channel again, a journey that could take another 18 to 24 months to complete.
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