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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ashley House Plc LSE:ASH London Ordinary Share GB00B1KKCZ55 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.20 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 18.5 1.8 2.9 0.4 1

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21/2/2018
11:33
Dibs There is about 1 in 30 stocks which have interest in this bearish penny market. The other 29 have about 5 sales for every buy and need a good Rns to prop them up. Nobody is prepared to buy anything drifting atm.
dave4545
21/2/2018
11:30
Well there's nothing much for anyone to actually see yet, so its up to everyone to make up their own minds without referring to pundits and articles - which is always a difficulty ;-)
yump
21/2/2018
11:27
Anyone got a view on the deflating share price and total lack of interest here? Sector out of vogue? JV not viewed positively? I’m thinking of adding on this weakness, we’re only valued at £6m!
dibs61
14/2/2018
11:13
Micro, "And while my default position whether I own a stock or am considering it is to look for the possible negatives first" Managing the risk works well, the rewards take care of themselves... As does taking out original capital whenever possible - de-risks your investment..
sikhthetech
14/2/2018
11:07
Seemed like an odd arrangement but good to see it gone to reduce debt...
sikhthetech
14/2/2018
10:06
Nice to see it...
yump
14/2/2018
08:48
In the trade known as a brucy bonus
dave4545
14/2/2018
07:42
A bit more expensive debt reduction from an asset I didn't know they had
18bt
13/2/2018
21:03
They normally announce on their web-site don't they when a development hits a landmark point?
topvest
13/2/2018
11:40
I doubt they'd give another update on just one of the projects as they gave a clear update on both in the interims. Probably wait for both to complete, could easily be one is already up and running. As I've said before I'm relaxed about the timings, if it was after the end of this financial year so be it, they'll boost next year's numbers. Do despair of these boards sometimes, if people actually trade on the back of a throwaway humorous remark by someone else, not sure why they would be in the market, or the stock, in the first place! And while my default position whether I own a stock or am considering it is to look for the possible negatives first, I also am looking at the potential upside and that tends to get lost. (Except in stocks which are blatantly ramped of course, lol). I haven't topped up yet, but still watching the price and volume movements closely
microscope
11/2/2018
21:32
I don't know what it is that they're not sharing enough of with the market. Short of all floated companies giving a weekly update when the main markets are having a wobbly. I did check something recently though with ASH. LLP's can distribute profits that are not in proportion to the shareholdings. However, in this case the whole thing is 50/50.
yump
09/2/2018
14:37
As you requested. :)
greedfear
09/2/2018
13:50
Understandable GF, but as I have a medium/long term outlook, not phased by the short term market moves. As with most AIM companies, without newsflow things tend to drift. People find things to worry about! Infact, if you care to derisk a little more, my next buy target isn't too far off...;) I've had several shares go very close to buy targets recently, but maddeningly not one of them has hit the number. Still a trading virgin within 2018 (actually not quite accurate, forgot, bought some PHSC last month.)
microscope
09/2/2018
10:41
Have been derisking a little last week. I don't like the "mrs. Moy overhang". Besides that I feel the company is not sharing enough info with the market. Don't like the current market swings as well. Still very positive about the company's prospects though.
greedfear
02/2/2018
13:05
Mrs. Moy is becoming a pain in the ... Luckily she is not dumping, but she is a guaranteed momentum killer.
greedfear
02/2/2018
09:36
I noticed the late trades yesterday 200k at 12.7p buy and a 500k sale at 11.5p and knew it was Moy selling down another block. 4 mil left if they intend to dump them all but it just might be top slicing
dave4545
01/2/2018
07:42
People do seem to focus on a variable timescale for some reason, sometimes this year, sometimes next. Perhaps it suits their agenda. Its a bit irrelevant here though. Lets say they do (only) 2p next year, instead of the forecast 3.5p. That would be a p/e of 5.5. What else is there to say ? The rest is actually a gamble on whether you can buy cheaper after this year's results. Say they are 1p instead of 3. That's a p/e around 10, with say growth of 100% for the next year. The only 'argument' left is that it could all go to pot, which imo applies to any share, even very, very large companies ;-)
yump
31/1/2018
23:30
There has been a lot of delay in the past, too much delay. Now the situation has changed. There hasn't even been time for more delays, since the removal of the things that were causing the original delays. What a couple of months or so in a history of years... ? Post-rationalisation of my own sells or buys has in the past proved very expensive - its nearly all been caused by an error in assessing a business going forwards. I think its one of the most important things to get rid of as anything other than a trader.
yump
31/1/2018
22:07
Think we need to understand that any caveats are typical of the cautious management that long term followers will easily recognize. They are simply saying these things can take time. Nowhere do they say there will be delays. It's just being sensible!Topvest your first sentence with respect I can't see the point of it. The rationale for the investment for I think all of us is the MS agreement. The agreement is there, why say 'well if it wasn't....' ...If Chelsea hadn't signed Giroud they wouldn't have Giroud.And yes it will be the reason they make a sustained profit going forward imho. Ireland's forecast, while it looks toppy to me for this year, looks similarly modest for next. I thought the outlook was very positive, just intelligent and realistic with regards to the fine tuning of its timing
microscope
31/1/2018
21:29
Think you are overlooking the fact that the profit forecast includes the profit on disposal of the 50% to Morgan Sindall. Without that there is obviously no profit at all for this year. There is too much delay on everything for my liking. Numbers were as expected. Outlook was a little negative. Still think i did the right thing selling as this is still a long haul to sustained profitability, albeit it seems to be heading in the right direction.
topvest
31/1/2018
18:49
It's overlooked and undervalued. Exactly what I like. If the share price goes south (not too much) I'll add. No doubt. If it goes north I'll be a happy puppy as ASH is currently the largest holding in my portfolio. For excitement I've got my biotech holdings. This one (ASH) is probably going to do a lot better than my biotechs. It looks as if it's dull to have a position in ASH. But I feel it's going to be great: they're operational in all the right places. This IS the time to buy. Really. Anyway, BOL (future) holders!
greedfear
31/1/2018
17:12
WHI Forecasts updated this morning 2018 £18.7m Rev £1.8m 3.0p EPS -£1.7m Net Debt 2019 £19.4m Rev £2.0m 3.5p EPS -£1.2m Net Debt
cockerhoop
31/1/2018
16:54
Yes, I thought I saw 'still make a profit' somewhere.
yump
31/1/2018
16:50
Thought year end targets had been changed to just above break even? That's what I would anticipate.Whole bunch of 'round number' trades inside ten minutes earlier. Think about 190k were offloaded. Probably just one seller. That's more of a threat short term to the share price than business prospects!
microscope
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