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GDH Gledhow Investments plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gledhow Investments plc AQSE:GDH Aquis Stock Exchange Ordinary Share GB0008842717
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.625 0.00 06:55:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.60 0.65 0.625 0.625 0.625
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- 0 0.625 GBX
The Company is an investment company and aims to invest in companies which the Directors believe have the prospect of high returns and capital growth.

These may be private companies which are not yet quoted on a stock exchange or, more usually, listed companies where the Directors of Gledhow believe that the value is not recognised in the share price.

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08/12/202308:49Gledhow Investments plc - Bruce Rowan now at the helm289

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Posted at 08/12/2023 08:49 by smithie6
The Millers have imo screwed up big time with our money.

The NAV/share was ~4p/share when the big share issue was done.

Now, X years later the share price is 0.5-0.7p/share as a result of the bad share picks by the Millers.
imo a chimp could have thrown darts at random and would have done better.

If the Rowans still hold their shares I assume they are not very happy.
Posted at 01/11/2023 12:24 by smithie6
Was/is GR1T the main asset holding up the share price ?

It's price has fallen a lot in recent days.

How can the Millers work in the city (although one could argue that they work in some hidden dark corner of it & not as famous names at a major investment house) when every share they buy seems to turn to dust ?!
Did the NAV roughly half last year ?!
Posted at 21/6/2023 16:04 by russman
completely uninvestable, millers are muppets, ginormous spread, no idea what current shareholdings are. all seem to be tanking, best guess 0.5p per share at these interims.
Posted at 03/6/2023 10:42 by smithie6
Nett assets of £1.7 million

Number of shares = 97.6 million

NAV/share = ~1.75p.


Mkt price = 1.0p.
So, buying in shares at 1.7p should perhaps be investigated, to see if dirs intentionally paid too high a price in order to help a friend get out of their holding, & get real £ in their pocket by selling at arguably a false high price.

The bought in shares are held in treasury. Is it the Millers' plan to give these shares to themselves if they can get the co. EPS to meet some low performance criteria in 1 year out of X years. And hence take excessive reward ?
Posted at 03/6/2023 10:38 by smithie6
"During the year, on 25 February 2022, the Company bought back 9,949,084 Ordinary Shares to be held in treasury at 1.75 pence per share "

Could anyone claim that that transaction was

- at higher than the mkt price, to benefit a friend of the dirs ?
- an insider trade ?
- a trade to allow a friend of the dirs exit from their holding in Gledhow & was it not offerred to all, if so did it break the Company Act by not treating all shareholders equally ?
Posted at 02/2/2023 07:21 by russman
£1m loss sums up Miller's crossing.
Buyback @ 1.75p was "ill-timed".
Portfolio stuffed full of Peterhouse leftovers.
N/assets per share. approx 1.175p on mid point.
Could not sell without taking a big haircut.
Posted at 20/8/2022 03:32 by russman
Investments appear to be performing badly at the moment.
Would not be pleased if I subscribed at their share offer; but did not get the chance.
No liquidity; lucky to shift any volume at a penny.
Posted at 08/2/2022 11:56 by smithie6

Self explanatory, no ?

For 1 existing share they issued 1 new share.

~50 million shares became about 100 million shares.

& since the new shares were issued at <2p the NAV/share got hammered.
Posted at 31/1/2022 14:37 by smithie6
Let me see.



I know, I was not impressed either.
Us original share holders had, I think, a NAV per share of about 4p !!

The 1:1 dilution trashed that.
But I guess we could not object since the 1 80% holder must have agreed. (Who knows, perhaps they were given duff info or did not realise the NAV/share)
Posted at 30/1/2022 17:34 by russman
So hazard a guess at the dilution suffered by some GDH long suffering shareholders who were "ignored" in the last share issue?
Gledhow Investments share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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