Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Alpha Real Trust Limited LSE:ARTL London Ordinary Share GB00B13VDP26 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 152.50 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
143.00 162.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 5.46 2.52 13.30 11.5 94
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 152.50 GBX

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Alpha Real Daily Update: Alpha Real Trust Limited is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ARTL. The last closing price for Alpha Real was 152.50p.
Alpha Real Trust Limited has a 4 week average price of 127p and a 12 week average price of 127p.
The 1 year high share price is 177p while the 1 year low share price is currently 127p.
There are currently 61,701,086 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 29,976 shares. The market capitalisation of Alpha Real Trust Limited is £94,094,156.15.
poacher45: Well done everybody who moaned about the lack of investment by artl over the last couple of years and the poor choice of loans. I think they should have offered 185p in view of the Indian money repatriation and obviously property values have started to go back up over the last year. It would be nice if they accepted all shares that are tendered perhaps with the major shareholders buying the balance of any shares over tendered. However one never knows perhaps a lot of holders are happy with the situation and all tendered shares will still be paid out.
stagvalley: I do quite like shares at a good discount where more than half the share price is covered by cash on the balance sheet. I have three: Alpha Real Trust, Aquilla Energy Efficiency Trust and Arix Bioscience. Arix was a Simon Thompson buy last month.
stagvalley: Simon Thompson of the IC still likes the share due to its deep value. He writes "Strip out Alpha’s £11mn (18p a share) listed equity portfolio and proforma net cash of £49.7mn (80.5p a share) from its 143p share price and effectively the property loan portfolio, Madrid, Hamburg and Lowestoft properties are in the price for 44.5p, or 61 per cent below their combined valuation of 116p. For a company that has increased NAV per share by 75 per cent since I initiated coverage ('High-yield property play', 10 February 2016), returned surplus gains from disposals through attractively priced tender offers, and has a progressive dividend policy, the 34 per cent share price discount to book value is unwarranted. Alpha also offers inflation protection through index-linked income and scope for capital gains, too. Buy." This was from IC dated yesterday but received this morning.
cerrito: There is some good news in the resolution of Galaxia and receipt of funds (I assume here in the UK) which means that the NAV is now per my calculation at a record high. That said I was disappointed to read about the £2.6m ECL after all we have been told as to how cautious they are. I checked on the LSE website the trading volumes and have to say that the level of activity was higher than I had expected. The busiest month so far this year was February with a value of £356k traded during the month and the quietest April with £256k. I agree that it would be best to put ARTL out of its misery by closing it down…it does have a liquid portfolio or at least having a tender offer but the Directors have no incentive to do so. More fools us for getting ourselves into this situation and I am sure we have all learned our lessons.
poacher45: After doing so well they are not even trying to invest to create a decent return in the future. It would be better for everybody if they did another tender offer and let all the smaller investors exit at a reasonable price. The share price reaction says it all. Having held for several years I am very upset with this dictatorial attitude or should I dare say a bit like Putin's ideas.
pavey ark: luckyMouse, not only did I not complain....I was a fan. 2% plus a performance fee was nothing when they were doing the deals they were doing but this company has changed and the fee structure hasn't. To charge shareholders 2% on cash that is earning next to nothing is not on.....buying investment companies that are managed by other people and still take 2% is certainly pushing it !! The share price is heading south and this makes NO DIFFERENCE to the managers or the chairman....their money does not change. Ask any of them if they support the capitalist system and you will get a resounding ...YES!! The current position here is not how the system is supposed to work.....perhaps it is how it does work but it isn't supposed to be this way.
luckymouse: That's the beauty of being a fund mgr - get paid a % of aum regardless of price In the immortal words of this high end gangster Eddy Temple... (played by Michael Gambon) Sector analysis - the charges are a little higher - but its not the root cause - the whole industrys been knocked. Only one has recovered & none exactly set the perf on fire, all with similar 3y. The larger discount may suggest a problem, or a wind up is the most profitable course for pi's - but of course that will put the mgrs out of a job. Might be more reasonable to ask what the boards action plan is to close the discount? Before being rogered by the pandemic, ARTL had the highest 3y Sharpe ratio of all ITs (most up, least risk). Didn't hear anyone complaining then? And they didn't cause covid or the great shift away from commc'l bldgs to WFH? If your business is offices & supermarkets related, & folks are discouraged from entering by the govt, in some cases not even allowed to enter by law - its safe to say the very core nature of the business has been disrupted. Which begs the Q - wtf are you doing here? Other stuff has 10 bagged since?
pavey ark: If it is their aim to drive the price down then take it private on the cheap then things are going really well here but not for the PIs. I sent a second detailed email to the chairman protesting about the 2% management fee and the performance fee.....I got a reply but he simply repeated what was said in the reports and ignored the fact that ,as I pointed out, the managers had been given over £1m for sitting on our cash. I also pointed out that £8.5m had been invested in simple property companies at 5%-6% but they were taking 2% off the top !!! I doubt if this behaviour would be tolerated in the UK ....but it appears to be ok in the Channel Islands. I intend to take this further.
hpcg: Finally sold my small position. Cash has good optionality at the moment, and one wich ARTL is unable to keep up with. A bit of portfolio simplification is always helpful to.
cerrito: Thanks Skyship. Today's rise in the ARTL share price drove me here and I saw your 409. I own the fact that I have misread PE over the last 15 months. All I have now is a small holding in BPET Some years back had a good run with SVI/SVG and have had HVPE in the past. Do not know if you are one of those who had the cojones to buy HVPE at about £p March/April last year. I have been concerned that the valuations have been too frothy but will follow your advise and relook.
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