Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Airea LSE:AIEA London Ordinary Share GB0008123027 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 31.50p 30.00p 33.00p 31.50p 31.50p 31.50p 0 06:30:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 24.6 1.4 3.0 10.5 13.63

Airea Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/12/2017
16:41
On dividend they’ve not given explicit guidance but they’ve recently been increasing payout as profits rise so I suspect it’ll surprise on the upside, the generous yield should grow over time. The rental income will show up in this years accounts as it was previously occupied by the business iirc Not sure of the others but David Newlands is an active private investor and an ex FD of GEC amongst many others, he’s in his 70’s I guess , also invested heavily in FTC , v shrewd guy, I don’t see this fitting VCP model as their brands are too upmarket or niche in terms of the high traffic specified market.
rhomboid
19/12/2017
14:58
Thanks rhomboid. I am confused by their 18 month accounting period and the last interim report being for 12 months to 30/6/17 and the interim div of 1.75p. What is the full year likely to be? I can not see any separate note for the investment property income, is it just included in turnover? Makes it harder to look at the actual business returns. Maybe I need a copy of the annual report in my hands as I always find it easier than looking at the online version. Newlands, Yeardon, Upsdell and Tobin seem to have decent shareholdings but are not directors, do you know who they are or whether they are at an age that they would want to get out? Any thoughts as to whether VCP might be interested? Thanks again.
tiswas
19/12/2017
14:40
Hi Tiswas , the valuation of the property was done in 2016, it’s let out for a v handsome rent so is unlikely to be disposed of, the pension costs will continue for a while but are subject to a Triennial review in 2020 and depending on how rapidly corporate bond reference rates rise in due course it should reduce over time, the scheme assets are 47m v liability of 54m but normalised bond rates would see it in surplus again imho
rhomboid
19/12/2017
13:02
Hi Just started looking at this. Would I be cheeky if I asked if anyone knows about the £2.7m investment property showing in the accounts, is that a recent valuation or is there any chance of them selling it? Are Pension related finance costs of £614k likely to end any time soon? I will email them if no one here has the answer. Finally, would Victoria (VCP)be interested in them? Cheers
tiswas
04/10/2017
12:31
It doesn't take much to move it higher....current bid/ask, 38p v 39p. f
fillipe
27/9/2017
09:14
Todays results ok and generous dividend. All in the price at present ; next year could go either way.Hold.
scotch broth
22/8/2017
15:51
Thanks for the welcome multibagger. Actually Arcontech doesn't pass my filters as it has a price sales ratio of 3.5 and my filter is set to less than 0.75. Thanks for the heads up on that one though. I will have a look at it in more detail.
impvesta
22/8/2017
15:17
Welcome aboard Impvesta ! Another little gem is Arcontech - ARC This would pass your investment screen as well ! 1p maiden dividend announced, 24 Aug 2017 ex-divi date Market cap circa: £8m Cash as of 30 June 2017 £2.6m No debt Progressive dividend reasonable to expect given cash generation DoI: I hold ARC
multibagger
22/8/2017
14:30
I've dipped a small toe in the water today after researching this one. It passed all my filters when screening for profitable companies with small market cap, low price sales ratio, dividend paying and no gearing.
impvesta
04/5/2017
09:48
Not tipped anwhere I can see..but it's on relatively little volume so maybe just noise
rhomboid
04/5/2017
09:26
No idea but a flurry of buys could signal a tip or maybe some news likely
battlebus2
04/5/2017
09:23
Anyone got a clue as to why this is up so strongly? my top up yesterday looks to have been better timed than my previous top ups🙂 I keep looking for better value elsewhere but AIEA is so undervalued it's difficult to look past it!
rhomboid
26/2/2017
09:02
Greenroom78...the management team of AIEA are a cautious bunch and speak with typical Yorkshire straight talk. Nothing flashy and hence not overpromising IMHO and honestly reflecting how they see the market and prospects. The Chariman holds atleast a few million shares, so he has skin in the game as do the CE and FD. I prefer to hold companies where they underpromise and over deliver than the other way around and there is no shortage of those !
multibagger
21/2/2017
08:17
I'm one of the sell on news people, numbers looked decent, overly cautious statement put me off. Annoyingly I lost a lot of slippage to HSBC's tardiness in processing the 'at best' order I placed at 7.30am. Need to get myself a better broker I think. Good luck with the longer term view. Shame they got the results out earlier this year and shame the chairman couldn't have been more positive looking forward as they have performed well the past 6 months.
greenroom78
21/2/2017
08:12
I thought the results read well enough to sustain the previous ratings, hopefully a bounce after the sell on news brigade have gone.
battlebus2
20/2/2017
09:18
Think you are right. Somebody either knows or suspects something about trading. The 6month period ended on 31st Dec so the timing is about right for that. Or an offer for the company...... cheers
illiswilgig
20/2/2017
09:13
results soon - either this or next week if history is anything to go by.
oregano
20/2/2017
09:13
Surely it can't be based just on this? hxxp://dailyquint.com/2017-02-17-roger-salt-buys-34257-shares-of-airea-plc-aiea-stock/ Seems to have happened some time ago but is date-stamped today.
ernestus
17/2/2017
17:37
This is suddenly poised to pop up.
red army
17/2/2017
17:26
lol we're all addicted in our own way I believe :))
battlebus2
17/2/2017
17:20
CRAW, BILN, NCCL, FTC.... were all quick ins and outs for me (Addict) :)
greenroom78
17/2/2017
17:09
Just a jest reference your Craw trade. Pays a decent dividend so LTH for me.
battlebus2
17/2/2017
17:05
Who knows BB?! That's rarely my intention (ever), although I try not to hang around if the price heads south. This is in the ISA rather than the trading account so prepared to give it some room and it ticks plenty of my boxes. Hoping to see the benefits of the weaker GBP at the interims.
greenroom78
17/2/2017
16:58
Greenroom I hope you're not leaving after 10% ;))
battlebus2
17/2/2017
16:53
I'm pleased to see some volume here,this is one of my largest positions and the only reason it isn't my largest is the lack of liquidity, nice to see some new faces bowl up to enjoy the forthcoming results!
rhomboid
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