Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ashley House LSE:ASH London Ordinary Share GB00B1KKCZ55 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 8.925p 0 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
8.60p 9.25p 8.925p 8.925p 8.925p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 18.6 0.1 0.1 81.1 5.33

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27/4/2018
09:20
Ashley House Daily Update: Ashley House is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ASH. The last closing price for Ashley House was 8.93p.
Ashley House has a 4 week average price of 8.75p and a 12 week average price of 8.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 15.38p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.88p.
There are currently 59,766,196 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 9,168 shares. The market capitalisation of Ashley House is £5,334,132.99.
31/1/2018
18:49
greedfear: 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!
31/1/2018
16:50
microscope: 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!
31/1/2018
13:55
first_things: There is only 3 months left of the financial year, so the full year financial results could be a pivotal moment. The board stated they are confident the company should achieve its profit expectations. I guess the "profit expectations" are the brokers forecast of a PTB of £1.8 million and EPS of 3p. They also say they expect to get an additional £1.5 million from Morgan Sindall in "the next few weeks" which will strengthen their balance sheet. If this is achieved by the business a fair profit multiple could be between 8-12, which would therefore give a short-term price range of 24p - 36p. The current share price has not discounted this news which I guess is a factor of under delivering in the past. If they achieve what they say they are expecting it will be a massive turnaround which can be attributed to the change in government policy and Morgan Sindall Partnership. Ashley House may also start to attract institutional interest as the investment case and prospects have changed. The upside could be 100/150% in the next 3-6 months with this investment thesis. I think some patience is required at this stage although it is never easy to predict when the market would re-rate a share such as Ashley House. Interested to get the thoughts of others and if what I have outlined is using the correct assumptions.
31/1/2018
12:23
scburbs: I completely agree the 100% downside risk has been very substantially reduced by the MS deal and the substantial increase in share price is well justified. However, given most of the cash inflow is going to repay debt I don't see it how it can be nil or negligible given the future cash requirements to build out the pipeline are unknown. There is the potential of MS stepping in if there are problems. However, if it ever got to the stage where MS needed to step in I wouldn't necessarily see ASH shareholders being a beneficiary of that.
21/1/2018
23:22
yump: Probably not popular enough and too unpredictable for any shorting. The time for that was when it rose on no real news a few times in the past. All it would take is one significant announcement about pipeline scheme release to put the share price into an unguessable rise.
09/1/2018
12:22
yump: Thanks for that, I looked back but not far enough. So it looks like that at the least on a 2 year view, the current share price gives a p/e of less than 10. Then if the signs are that profits start growing rapidly, that rating should jump. Think I might have a few more. It might drop back a bit, but there must be a fair few positive announcements of various sorts yet to come.
08/1/2018
19:07
microscope: Header belatedly updated with Morgan Sindall agreement link added. Incidentally it occurred to me that if they are forecasting a 3p loss for the first half but a small overall profit for the full year, then 3p+ in the second half implies potentially 6p for the full following year... Against a share price of 13.5p tonight! PS: Whoever voted the thread header down, thanks, now if you care to suggest additions/amendments... :))
19/12/2017
08:50
greedfear: SP of ASH was 10p while they were in a "bad" financial shape. They've sold 50% of their pipeline (not 50% of their entire business!) for 7p per share. Share price should be at least: 50%*10p + 7p = 12p. It should do better than that because the financial condition (of the remaining 50% pipeline + modular busines + medical business) is very good now and there's no longer the chance of an equity raise. Furthermore the JV will likely get ASH 50% of bigger profits (I expect the JV to realize bigger revenues sooner).
18/12/2017
08:39
yump: At the moment its difficult to work out what the value might be, so likely to be pretty volatile. I don't mean 'volatile' as in 'the share price is tanking', which is a common use of volatile. I mean up AND down ! One to just leave if you've got a timeframe longer than a few months imo. I'm assuming as a minimum that at some point in the next year or so ASH will get at least £1mln a year in profit from the joint venture. That would be 1.7p in earnings without any contribution from the rest of their businesses. Stick that on a growth p/e and I'm not even thinking about selling any until at least 35p and not bothered about when that happens.
01/11/2017
20:29
cottoner: Paleje - the share option incentives you mentioned were issued via an RNS in Nov 2015. hTTps://www.investegate.co.uk/ashley-house-plc--ash-/rns/share-options/201511040700074591E/ Under the scheme, and with effect from 2 November 2015, the Company has granted share options to current Executive Directors and members of senior management in respect of 5,800,000 ordinary shares, representing 9.95% of the current issued share capital of the Company. The options, which have an exercise price of 9.75p (which was approved at the AGM) will not be exercisable unless and until the Company's share price equals or exceeds 37p for a period of at least 90 consecutive days and upon exercise is at or above the 37p threshold.
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