Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Volvere Plc LSE:VLE London Ordinary Share GB0032302688 ORD 0.00001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50p -0.31% 810.00p 800.00p 820.00p 817.50p 810.00p 812.50p 3,820 15:25:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 33.0 2.0 32.6 24.8 29.71

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2017-11-17 16:07:58803.516755,423.69O
2017-11-17 15:47:16817.004033,292.51O
2017-11-17 15:34:33803.51432.14O
2017-11-17 15:25:46803.511,0008,035.10O
2017-11-17 15:12:08803.5132257.12O
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18/11/2017
08:20
Volvere Daily Update: Volvere Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VLE. The last closing price for Volvere was 812.50p.
Volvere Plc has a 4 week average price of 795p and a 12 week average price of 695p.
The 1 year high share price is 872.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 512.50p.
There are currently 3,668,363 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,292 shares. The market capitalisation of Volvere Plc is £29,713,740.30.
27/10/2017
14:11
simso: That will teach me for going out to lunch on a Friday! Come back to see the Board discussion of 10p spreads and chance to buy below £8...which have obviously now disappeared. That will teach me! VLE is the only share in my portfolio where I worry little about the share price. I think its value is c£14 based on SOTP, and weakness in the share price is only something to pleased about because its an opportunity to buy a few more, which I have just done again! Strange that someone wants to sell, when they could have got a clean £8.35 with no commissions only two weeks ago. As rivaldo says, the only logic is if its a PI desperate for cash. Rivaldo - I dropped you a pm a couple of weeks ago, which you may have missed while on holiday!
12/10/2017
12:33
eezymunny: I went too. Agree with comments about JL. Comes across as very astute and, most importantly for me, risk averse, so I guess they'll patiently continue sniffing out these fantastic low risk/big reward turnarounds, hopefully for years to come. For such an illiquid share I hold what should be an uncomfortable number, but everything I heard will encourage me to hold pretty tightly. There might be some bumps in the road but the chances of something really bad happening here seems as low as pretty much any UK listed company IMO. A few questions from PI's about dividends. Really, there are so many truly dim PI's. Who needs divis when the share price is up 750% since float?! Durrrrr!
12/10/2017
11:26
simso: I went along last night, and saw Jonathan Lander present for 40 minutes, as part of a 2.5 hour session with a top City Lawyer and Creightons also presenting. A large audience for an event like this...perhaps 40 Investors and it was standing room only for those that were late...and not enough Pizza ordered to satisfy them when the food arrived at the end! In simple terms there were three parts to the presentation: the first part being about the principle of Turnaround Investing and what to look for using an example of Comet in 2011 (not one that we did, of course, but illustrated the point that what appeared like a load of old loss making assets and rubbish to the untrained eye was actually a sweet deal. The second part reviewed the history of VLE since 2002. Reminded us that every deal done since then has been successful, and that the share price is now 850% higher than at the IPO. Typical Investment period 3-5 years. Final part was about the current business, and clear that Shire runs itself, Sira is tiny, and JL spends significant time at Impetus. Clearly JL could not give any new information away which was not in the public domain. He was a very confident and charismatic presenter. They are constantly reviewing opportunities, but clearly JL is not going to take any undue risks with a large purchase which could undo all the work of the last 15 years in building this up. I think dividends would be considered at the appropriate time after the year end, but more on the basis of it being a proportion of that year's post tax earnings...rather than a big Special, using some of the Cash Pile. I for one agree with that, as the Tax ramifications could eat into that lovely SOTP valution excess over current price. I am more convinced than ever that this is a LTBH for me, and one to buy more on any dips where the gap between SOTP and market price widens beyond its already large gap. I love the fundamentals, think Impetus will continue to grow and develop at pace, and when you meet him, JL is hugely impressive.
11/10/2017
12:12
hpcg: I much prefer the buyback in this case. With the shares way below any sensible NAV holders benefit more than sellers, but sellers get cash. In a conventional corporate buyback sellers get the cash and holders get a lower share price once the buyback support has completed. The latter could happen here, but my share of the assets has increased.
11/10/2017
09:13
rivaldo: Maximum of 10% of the shares (£3.4m) being bought back at 835p for willing shareholders - deadline 3.00 tomorrow afternoon. The Landers are selling some (for the first time from memory), but only enough to retain the same holding in the company as presently, i.e 39% in total: "The Board believes that a return of cash is appropriate and represents a good use of the Company's excess liquidity arising from trading operations." This is as good a signal as any that the current share price is considered decent value, utilising the buyback as an opportunity to take out any larger holders who are otherwise stifled by illiquidity. I won't be donating any of my shares. It'll be interesting to see what the take-up is.
23/9/2017
11:11
nfs: Simso post 2580-a small pointThe total value shown is unfortunately arithmetically incorrectAn error or around £2m to push the share price estimate towards £13Still a wide margin from the actual price!
23/9/2017
10:54
nfs: A small maths pointSimso posted above a calculation and got a value of £56.6m but that's not the sum of the 2 numbers he's adding. The resultant share price is thus nearer £13. Still a wide margin from the current price!
19/9/2017
08:08
spob: and to think the share price should at the very least start with a 9
30/8/2017
13:02
simso: Assuming Y/e Cash is around £22.5m equating to 550p a share, plus another c50p from our share (ex minorities) of NTAV inc Freehold, then the fact I managed to get a few more today for a share price beginning with a 6, feels like I am paying next to nothing for the three trading businesses.
21/3/2017
10:19
rivaldo: RNS : VLE have bought back 10,000 shares at 540p. This is the first buyback in over a year. If that's not a signal from the company that they consider the current share price cheap, then I don't know what is! Http://www.investegate.co.uk/volvere-plc--vle-/rns/transaction-in-own-shares/201703211015010649A/
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