Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
B.P. Marsh & Partners LSE:BPM London Ordinary Share GB00B0XLRJ79 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.00p +0.37% 270.00p 266.00p 274.00p 270.00p 269.00p 269.00p 2,558 09:53:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 14.4 12.2 33.5 8.1 78.85

BP Marsh Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/5/2018
19:41
Very poor day considering the market as a whole. Why sell now with results in three weeks and Simon Thomson upgrade after excellent results? R.
retsius
13/5/2018
21:35
Bought in this past week 256p - hoping for a run through 300p this year plus the div.
its the oxman
20/4/2018
14:27
Up a penny. First rise in share price for four months. I'm getting excited.... not!
retsius
21/3/2018
09:14
This was raised at the last AGM so I'm glad they listened.
peter27
21/3/2018
08:51
Well, if ST doesn't return with another IC Online boost, at least the backstop here might be buybacks at 243p! ========================= The Group remains of the view that the authority to be able to undertake buy-backs of small parcels of ordinary shares of 10p each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") is an important stabilising mechanism in times of market or share price volatility. The Group's previous policy was to consider buy-backs when the Company's share price dropped to more than 25% below its published Net Asset Value. Pursuant to a recent decision of the Board of Directors, it has been agreed that this threshold will be amended so that buy-backs can be considered whenever the Company's share price is more than 20% below the Net Asset Value as stated in the Company's most recently published balance sheet.
skyship
13/2/2018
09:51
Hopefully give it a boost.
russman
12/2/2018
13:30
Simon T. In today's IC online. BP Marsh, new target 300p.(looking at 330p asset value going forwards) Excellent write up and new upgrade. R.
retsius
09/2/2018
18:12
Skyship You have a point! R.
retsius
09/2/2018
17:55
Skyship,so what?We all invest in what we feel comfortable with.I'm happy to be holding here for now and the last 2 or 3 years.
shauney2
09/2/2018
17:32
Well all - Brian Marsh loves to wallow in the performance of a private company pre the 2006 listing - all totally irrelevant. The post listing NAV has progressed from 153.2p to 304p for a compound growth figure of 6.42%.....added to which an only recent dividend yield of c1.7%pa This performance gives him the wooden spoon in the PE sector, worsened only by Candover (CDI). The other PE trusts have massively outperformed. The share price has mainly risen in the past two years thanks to the frequent massage by Simon Thompson in the IC.
skyship
09/2/2018
17:19
Skyship NAV increased 11.3% since 1990.(figures fro m Simon T. in his IC files) Anyway it's not the past which is focussing peoples' attention at the moment, but current developments. Director sale(Mr Marsh) explains yesterday's huge turnover,disclosed tonight.But what is encouraging is the entire Board topping up ther Sipps.nuff said. R.
retsius
09/2/2018
16:08
For what it's worth, I first bought in May 13 and have twice added. Since that time I have had capital return of 18.1% pa and divs of 2.2% making total annual return of 20.3%. Long term hold as part of a balanced portfolio.
peter27
09/2/2018
14:56
around 9% pa ? slightly more when divis are added back
spob
09/2/2018
14:39
Any guesses?
skyship
08/2/2018
11:14
Huge no. of sells this morning!? Price so far, held up well. What they want from a stock? Excellent TS and comment to come from the press. R.
retsius
07/2/2018
15:25
Rather muted response to what was a very positive Update of the business.That is of course if you deduct 5p of decline in the past few days due to Market turbulence. The jewels in their portfolio is undoubtedly LEBC and Nexus with excellent financial figures from them both. The icing on the cake is news of relaxing Tax obligations. With this piece of news I hold my breath until fully ratified! The NAV must have appreciated substantially with this news alone. Let's see what Simon T . Has to say in his next appraisal and notes. R.
retsius
07/2/2018
15:22
Yes, I agree and the capital growth is what it is about, surely? I agree with sky about much but not on this one!
elmfield
07/2/2018
15:19
That's kind of how I look at it that the yield is relative to original price paid.
bscuit
07/2/2018
14:49
I don't share the view that the dividend is stingy.I have been in here since 3/2012 and have topped up a few times. but my average paid price is circa 89p giving a yield of5.1% Tom
tom.muir
07/2/2018
11:29
statement excellent as far as it goes, doesn't mention how the Spanish, S African and Australian businesses are faring.
mw8156
07/2/2018
08:43
Berkshire Hathaway does not pay a dividend just saying ;-)
spob
07/2/2018
08:09
Agree the dividend has been stingy over the years but the growth in the share price has made up for that.
shauney2
07/2/2018
07:57
Extraordinarily and uncharacteristically generous of Brian Marsh. Raises the dividend a whole one penny - so putting BPM onto a 1.9% yield - WOW!
skyship
07/2/2018
07:28
http://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=76649092
spob
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