|Strategic Equity Capital
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|Strategic Equity Capital Daily Update: Strategic Equity Capital is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SEC. The last closing price for Strategic Equity Capital was 191p.|
Strategic Equity Capital has a 4 week average price of 200.05p and a 12 week average price of 200.79p.
The 1 year high share price is 225p while the 1 year low share price is currently 169.50p.
There are currently 69,558,891 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 80,135 shares. The market capitalisation of Strategic Equity Capital is £132,857,481.81.
|edwardt: why would I be bothered about pre-emption rights when the raise will be accretive to nav of the company. pre-emption rights should only apply when raise is dilutive and comes in the form of a rights issue. to take this to 200m market cap is great as improves liquidity, however we want the raise to be as close to the share price as possible to help boost existing holders by increasing nav pure and simple. also the manager will no doubt bid up some of the existing stock with the new cash which will help. all in though, the premium at current rate is a little ott imo.|
|tiger20: Any views on the introduction of £20m poundsworth of shares shortly.
How will the share price be affected and also NAV|
|damanko: So there I am.
Fancy an Alfa (once again) in my life, so SEC has gone.
edwardt - my selling price after costs realised 18% profit (£1.20), which I guess would take 30 odd years in the current economic climate - if the same amount of money was left in a bank.
Though any of the three and a half long term readers of this thread over the last few years might agree with me - this IT has not been a success for anyone buying 6 years or so ago at flotation. However, anyone brave enough to have bought it 4 years ago would now be sitting on a massive profit. Or an idiot like me who watched it drop so far without selling, but at least sat things out until life in this little trust improved. And - from the low point, they certainly improved.
Funny old world. My last post here (I won't even look at/for the share price in future - I'm funny like that).
Good luck to old and new holders - I hope things continue to go well.
|damanko: Tender documents arrived, offering to buy 4% of holdings at NAV minus 10%. Am minded to ignore it, perhaps the prospect of a yearly event like this will drive the share price up in any case (as it has with other IT's).
And for the paltry amount the trust is buying back, it doesn't seem worth it.|
|damanko: Quite right. Latest stated NAV is in the order of 40% more than the share price, the board has some work to do in the next few months.|
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