Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Baker Steel LSE:BSRT London Ordinary Share GG00B6686L20 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 43.75p 43.00p 44.50p 43.75p 43.625p 43.75p 47,668 14:00:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -1.0 -0.9 - 50.80

Baker Steel Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/7/2017
22:47
Piggie, thanks for reminding us of the nav, which I had missed. Should commodities start to improve generally, this might prove to be a relative out-performer.
coolen
27/7/2017
14:51
54 pence assets at the start of the month. c 35p price so possible upside potential. Perhaps some modest share purchases to improve asset value and reduce the discount, altho the manager's fee would drop - so may be unlikely!
flying pig
25/1/2017
15:46
Look at ivanhoe mines. Up at least 8 fold since last Feb.
gramshaw
25/1/2017
13:33
seems a v talkative thread ! made a small investment back in the autumn. any comments on the latest up tick ?
emeraldzebra
08/6/2016
15:25
GPM is at a discount to NAV of about 15% but mostly invested in bigger precious metals companies.
davebowler
08/6/2016
15:23
Baker Steel Resources Trust Limited (the "Company") announces its unaudited net asset value per share at 31 May 2016: Net asset value per Ordinary Share: 37.0 pence
davebowler
06/11/2015
08:45
Assets 39.4p price c19p big discount c48%. At some point when commodity prices recover this will be very good value!
flying pig
09/10/2015
15:24
Turning around on huge discount, providing commodities continue their recovery.
rogerbridge
08/6/2015
19:56
5 June 2015 Net Asset Value Baker Steel Resources Trust Limited (the "Company") announces its unaudited net asset value per share at 29 May 2015: Net asset value per Ordinary Share: 45.5 pence Since 30 April 2015, the NAV per share has risen by 2.2% largely due to a 36% recovery in the price of Metals Exploration plc on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange. This follows the clearing out of a motivated seller of the stock in April, and as Metal Exploration's Runruno gold project in the Philippines remains on target to start commissioning its plant later this month, interest has started to be generated in the Company.
strollingmolby
05/2/2015
14:40
Could they not simply liquidate the company and return circa 40 pence, could be worth buying at these levels then imo
envirovision
30/1/2015
11:38
Baker Steel targeting £100mln and calling bottom of commodity cycle? See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjnH8ZSUcEw
ipoman007
04/12/2014
09:37
One day the resource investment trusts will be a big bargain, since as prices crash they will move to bigger and bigger discounts so when the rebound comes it will be massive. However, I think we are still quite a way off from that, especially when it has just shed 10% NAV in a month. But apparently they think we have reached the bottom? Hard to take seriously.
rcturner2
04/12/2014
09:27
DEAL BEING RENEGOTIATED? Asset value down but across the market issues and still a big premium to share price. At some point this will recover, but now looks a "long term lock-away" rather than a short term trade.
flying pig
20/11/2014
13:56
Price ticking up..but I don't like this bot of the release: "It is proposed that the consideration for the acquisition of the Assets will be satisfied by the issue of new equity in the Company, such equity to be valued at the prevailing net asset value in respect of unlisted assets being acquired and at a 15% discount to the prevailing net asset value in respect of listed assets being acquired." Given some (all?) of the to be acquired names are already held by the fund and it trades at a 40% discount, buying more at a 15% discount does not appear sound...
ptolemy
10/11/2014
13:36
I am not keen on the statement about nearing the bottom of the commodity super cycle. What evidence do they have to back that up?
rcturner2
10/11/2014
13:23
Looks a very good deal to me if they can pull off the fund raising and get the acquisitions at the right price.
kimboy2
10/11/2014
11:06
almac999:> Your last line has put the finger on it - Very much (imo) depends on the competence of management - An aquisition of "such equity to be valued at the prevailing net asset value in respect of unlisted assets being acquired" is (imo) far too generous unless some real undisclosed gems in the mix -
pugugly
07/11/2014
12:01
That's a far better performance NAV wise than expected - a wind up given such a large discount, and the volatility in commodity markets might be a good idea. But just how "Liquid" are BSRT's top 10 holdings? Not very i'd expect looking at the companies.
fangorn2
06/11/2014
22:05
Given the continued fall in commodity prices an NAV end Oct of 51.5p is quite a result only down 2.3% on the month (30 Sept 52.7p ) . I agree with MF not viable in the long term , but could be a profitable wind up at current price of 28p , a 46% discount to NAV . A 45p liquidation value would garner a 60% profit from here , not to be sniffed at !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
bench2
05/11/2014
16:42
Am expecting Nav to have dropped again given that the value of one of it's largest stake has collapsed. Ivanhoe Mines. See it's up 13.5% to just under a loonie today so illusrates just how far it'd fallen (was C$0.81 yesterday!! Recall it was around C$1,50 not too long ago)
fangorn2
05/11/2014
15:31
I would have thought the board must seriously be thinking of winding this up: the fees are linked to the market cap and it is going to be very difficult to sustain the work a closed ended fund of this sort requires (visiting mines, meeting management etc) on £300k pa.
mad foetus
05/11/2014
15:24
Even bigger discount now . We are waiting for the 31 Oct NAV which should be announced tomorrow .
bench2
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