Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brand Architekts Group Plc LSE:BAR London Ordinary Share GB0008667304 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 152.50 11,718 07:38:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
145.00 160.00 152.50 152.50 152.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 73.95 4.52 20.90 7.3 20
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:17:28 O 5,000 150.00 GBX

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06/12/2019
08:20
Brand Architekts Daily Update: Brand Architekts Group Plc is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BAR. The last closing price for Brand Architekts was 152.50p.
Brand Architekts Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 142.50p and a 12 week average price of 142.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 255p while the 1 year low share price is currently 142.50p.
There are currently 12,922,741 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 17,969 shares. The market capitalisation of Brand Architekts Group Plc is £19,707,180.03.
26/6/2009
21:47
rainmaker: Checck through this lot 999 Dreamer-Is this a seminal moment in your Investing life? The legendary Stock market Investor and Teacher,Ben Graham* described a share as a "Bargain" when you could buy the Company at the equivalent or less than it's Net Working Capital-that's liquid assets of stocks, debtors and cash less all liabilities(ie borrowings deferred taxation, provisions etc since you would be getting the Company's Fixed Assets for free ie you would pay nothing for it's tangible fixed assets such as Property,Land, Plant and Machinery and nothing for it's intangible assets such as Brands, Patents, Distribution Agreements, Copyrights. Ben Graham noted that a Company could not be liquidated for less than this value. Certainly such shares have consistently delivered market beating returns over a two/3 year period.Ben Graham expressed a bargain ratio as net working capital divided by Market Capitalisation so if a Company NWC is twice the share price then it's bargain ratio is 2.Ben Graham said that if a Company could be acquired for the equivalent of two thirds of it's net working capital(ie a Bargain ratio of 1.50) then the Investor did not need to know anything further about the Company before buying. *The Worlds richest Man, Warren Buffet(who started with $10k and made his fortune wholly through the Stockmarket) was a Pupil and it is fair to say Ben Graham has been the dominant influence in his Investment thinking. in fact, I'm sure that I have read somewhere that he himself describes his investment style as 80% Ben Graham and 20% Philip Fisher) 600 Group(SIXH) 2.00 Abbeycrest(ACR) 2.15 Acal(ACL) 1.16 Alba(ABA) 4.51 Blue Oar(BLUE) 1.14 Delta(DLTA) 1.22 French Connection(FCCN) 1.63 Leeds Group(LDSG)2.00 Litho Supplies(LTS) 1.19 Mallet(MAE) 2.91 NBA Quantum(NAQ) 2.50 Northamber (NAR) 2.50 Robotic Technolgy(RTS) 1.58 Theo Fennell(TFL) 1.68 Titon Holdings(TON) 2.28 Total Systems(TTS) 1.18 Wensum(WSN) 2.54 According to Ben Graham's 2/3 of net working capital rule, the following 12 Companies now qualify as an automatic purchase at current levels- 600 Group(SIXH) Abbeycrest (ACR) Alba (ABA) French Connection (FCCN) Leeds Group(LDSG) Mallett (MAE) NBA Quantum (NAQ) Northamber (NAR) Robotic Technology(RTS) Theo Fennell (TFL) Titon Holdings (TON) Wensum (WSN) There a Value Thread-search epic VAL if you need any further help. regards
30/11/2008
21:33
rainmaker: A recent posting of mine from the Value thread (VAL)I think it's an interesting and worthwhile exercise to relect on Alba(ABA), in a "Value" context, to see what lessons can be learnt. Their share price has all but doubled over the last month(27p to 51p).I would draw the following conclusions- Investor's Psychology-Ben Graham said that whilst Stock Market Investors had a general tendency to overestimate the prospects of a successful Company and give it a stellar rating, the exact opposite was true of poorly performing Companies with a very low rating.In other words, Investors will generally overcompensate for bad performance,bad news and poor sentiment ie they will more than discount for it.Warren Buffett talks of rear view mirror Drivers ie they look at previous events that are already "in the share price" rather than looking ahead. Margin Of Safety-There was a substantial margin of safety on offer at 27p.For Every £1 you spent on the shares you got £4.54 of liquid assets less all liabilities plus you paid absolutely nothing for this Company's fixed assets,both tangible( Property, Land, Plant, Machinery etc) and intangible(Brands etc-see next paragraph). In other words there was a substantial buffer or cushion between the Company's intrinsic value and share price to protect the investor against further unseen negative events likely ensuring the Company's undervaluation remains intact. Intangible Assets-Although Intangible Assets are seldom in a Company's balance sheet-Cadbury's brands are/or have been a notable exception,and are difficult to value, there are worth a great deal.In Alba's case the market put a value of 19p per share on these Brands.A Brand enables an Owner to charge a premuim price for his product over that of a rivals generic one.You can call this economic goodwill.Whereas price is the determining factor for purchasing a commodity product, it is of lesser importance for a brand. Buffett talks of a Brand's expanding value ie a Company is able to not only to charge more but raise prices at a rate greater than the inflation rate. regards
16/11/2008
22:22
rainmaker: 999 Dreamer-Is this a seminal moment in your Investing life? The legendary Stock market Investor and Teacher,Ben Graham* described a share as a "Bargain" when you could buy the Company at the equivalent or less than it's Net Working Capital-that's liquid assets of stocks, debtors and cash less all liabilities(ie borrowings deferred taxation, provisions etc since you would be getting the Company's Fixed Assets for free ie you would pay nothing for it's tangible fixed assets such as Property,Land, Plant and Machinery and nothing for it's intangible assets such as Brands, Patents, Distribution Agreements, Copyrights. Ben Graham noted that a Company could not be liquidated for less than this value. Certainly such shares have consistently delivered market beating returns over a two/3 year period.Ben Graham expressed a bargain ratio as net working capital divided by Market Capitalisation so if a Company NWC is twice the share price then it's bargain ratio is 2.Ben Graham said that if a Company could be acquired for the equivalent of two thirds of it's net working capital(ie a Bargain ratio of 1.50) then the Investor did not need to know anything further about the Company before buying. *The Worlds richest Man, Warren Buffet(who started with $10k and made his fortune wholly through the Stockmarket) was a Pupil and it is fair to say Ben Graham has been the dominant influence in his Investment thinking. in fact, I'm sure that I have read somewhere that he himself describes his investment style as 80% Ben Graham and 20% Philip Fisher) 600 Group(SIXH) 2.00 Abbeycrest(ACR) 2.15 Acal(ACL) 1.16 Alba(ABA) 4.51 Blue Oar(BLUE) 1.14 Delta(DLTA) 1.22 French Connection(FCCN) 1.63 Leeds Group(LDSG)2.00 Litho Supplies(LTS) 1.19 Mallet(MAE) 2.91 NBA Quantum(NAQ) 2.50 Northamber (NAR) 2.50 Robotic Technolgy(RTS) 1.58 Theo Fennell(TFL) 1.68 Titon Holdings(TON) 2.28 Total Systems(TTS) 1.18 Wensum(WSN) 2.54 According to Ben Graham's 2/3 of net working capital rule, the following 12 Companies now qualify as an automatic purchase at current levels- 600 Group(SIXH) Abbeycrest (ACR) Alba (ABA) French Connection (FCCN) Leeds Group(LDSG) Mallett (MAE) NBA Quantum (NAQ) Northamber (NAR) Robotic Technology(RTS) Theo Fennell (TFL) Titon Holdings (TON) Wensum (WSN) There a Value Thread-search epic VAL if you need any further help. regards
31/3/2008
18:17
999dreamer: thanks i have just checked the share price its around 80p but it has been a lot higher could be the bottom time to get in?
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