Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cenkos Securities Plc LSE:CNKS London Ordinary Share GB00B1FLHR07 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 47.00p 45.00p 49.00p 47.00p 47.00p 47.00p 733 08:00:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 45.0 2.3 4.2 11.2 27

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26/8/2017
16:26
... if you compare WHI with NUM and then CNKS with SGR one can observe post Brexit, the former two took a Brexit boost, while the latter two have struggled .... ... so as expressed above, I expect this gap to close with CNKS around the 130 mark. Durkin's comment in CNKS results about never making a loss seemed strange this year - but placed in the light of WHI and SGR in recent years, this makes sense. WHI on the other hand looks heavily overvalued trading at this point at 4X book value, with a paltry dividend. Anyway - onwards and upwards :)
keith95
25/8/2017
19:23
I hold both as well. Shore Capital would probably do better financially if it ditched the private jet,but otherwise a reasonable business.
topvest
25/8/2017
09:52
..... I picked up a few Shore Capitol as well this morning .. turns out when you correlate Shore capital with Cenkos you get around a 95% correlation ... so one will pull the other up :)
keith95
25/8/2017
09:15
Further to posts #2372 & #2381, confirmation yday of the successful completion of FairFX's £26m fundraising on which Cenkos acted as Nomad/sole broker... Result of General Meeting and Open Offer - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/fairfx-group-plc--ffx-/rns/result-of-general-meeting-and-open-offer/201708241444469352O/
speedsgh
25/8/2017
08:40
Meanwhile, Mercantile Ports apparently had its first contract today ...
keith95
24/8/2017
13:32
Small mention in yday's City Diary in The Daily Mail... CITY DIARY: Shore Capital's new compliance boss worked for Berni Madoff - HTTP://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/comment/article-4817542/CITY-DIARY-Shore-Capital-s-Berni-Madoff-connection.html Shore Capital has hired Amber Wood from rival brokers Cenkos to be its new head of compliance. A glance at Wood's LinkedIn account reveals she previously worked as a compliance officer for something call MSIL. What's that? It stands for Madoff Securities International Ltd, and was famous Ponzi scheme fraudster Bernie Madoff's London business until his 2008 arrest. Small wonder Amber prefers to keep it abbreviated.
speedsgh
22/8/2017
19:56
So the EBT now has 6.5% of Cenkos shares .... wonder if it can launch a takeover bid :)
keith95
22/8/2017
16:58
"Ditto supposedly playing games with private investors." Just out of interest - whose money do you think MMs want?
keith95
19/8/2017
11:18
MMs have surely got better things to do than read poor quality posts on bulletin boards. Ditto supposedly playing games with private investors.
kenmitch
18/8/2017
15:21
Thanks for this speedsgh ... much appreciated.
keith95
18/8/2017
10:19
Late yday Simon Thompson (Investors Chronicle) released an update on his 2017 Bargain Shares Portfolio, of which Cenkos is a constituent. He has moved from a BUY to a HOLD recommendation pending release of the Interims in Sept. Bargain shares: second chance - HTTPS://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/comment/2017/08/16/bargain-shares-second-chance/ Having noted the recent boardroom upheaval & fundraising achieved to date in the current FY, he continues: "...Cenkos’s corporate finance business generates around three-quarters of its total revenue, so we will have to wait until next month’s half-year results to see whether Cenkos’s pipeline of corporate fundraisings is supportive of the company hitting Edison Investment Research's forecasts. These suggest full-year revenue could rise by almost a fifth to £52m to drive up pre-tax profit by more than 75 per cent from £4.4m to £7.8m and lead to a more than doubling of EPS to 11.2p. Bearing this in mind, the board is duty bound to inform the market immediately if the company is trading materially above, or below, market profit forecasts. Cenkos is in a closed period ahead of next month's results and I have given the board the opportunity to comment on current trading prior to publishing this article. The fact that they feel there was no need to make such an announcement to the London Stock Exchange should be seen as a positive. Furthermore, if the company can generate decent earnings growth this year, and with a 42p a share cash pile on its balance sheet, a sum worth almost half the current market capitalisation, then it’s reasonable to expect a decent hike on the 6p a share dividend declared for the last financial year. In fact, Edison expects a full distribution, and is forecasting an 11p a share dividend. This implies the shares are trading on less than five times earnings estimates after stripping out cash on the balance sheet, and offer a prospective dividend of 12 per cent, suggesting investors are sceptical of the business hitting Edison's numbers, or are simply unwilling to place a higher valuation on the company given the senior management changes..." The current situation provides plenty arguments for both the bears (upheaval at board level; SKIL Ports speculation etc) & the bulls (forecast significant improvement on 2016 & prospect of healthy dividend increase) to get their teeth into. An indication as to which side is the more correct may be provided in the Outlook statement in the upcoming Interims & any further information ST can squeeze out of the board post results.
speedsgh
15/8/2017
15:02
MMs trying to make buys from them look like sells again ....
keith95
15/8/2017
12:41
Post 2427 by keith refers. a deletion and retraction of all given the gross errors. Not surprising. The question remains as to why peer competitor Numis is up since Jan 2015 and Cenkos is so far down ........despite all the worthless posts from our dedicated ramper who has been proved wrong, wrong and wrong again by the market. anyone who would have taken keith's yawn-inducing posts seriously would have lost £££;££££'s mega. you have to question why keith bothers to post and what his motives are as he clearly has little or no understanding of the market. it would seem that he has failed to identify a single reason why the share has been marked down by the market. Based on his track record (atrocious) of calling the directional movement of this share, he has zero market understanding. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
15/8/2017
12:15
I find, the best time to buy is when MMs don't want to sell to you .... ... and that gap between Numis and Cenkos usually closes ... so see no reason for that not be the case going forwards ... which gives a target of 130p + for me :)
keith95
15/8/2017
12:01
Good, perhaps you can refrain from posting your non-interest in their posts then...
fenners66
14/8/2017
09:42
QP,Selling Numis now at 261p,with a 4.5% yield,and buying CNKS at 88p yielding at least 6.8%,maybe a possible 8.8% plus future yield would be a very good move atm IMHO DYOR
garycook
14/8/2017
09:11
It is interesting to compare and contrast the share price performance of both Cenkos and Numis since 2015. ROUGH figures NUMIS Jan 2015 200p Jan 2016 230p Jan 2017 240p-265p AUG 2017 265p CENKOS Jan 2015 190p Jan 2016 150p Jan 2017 70-100p AUG 2017 88p ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
13/8/2017
17:37
Mount Teide "Indeed, having the Noble Lord Flight, a highly colourful right wing Conservative Peer and sacked ex Chairman of the Conservative Party appointed to the Mercantile Board last year, presumably in order to use his City contacts to help get the £37m Placing and Open Offer cash raise away, has brought an interesting political dimension to the scandalous Mercantile story, that is perhaps too tantalising to resist exploiting." So I'm wondering if Cenkos is now off the hook given that Noble Lord Flight is involved in the placing .... .... or maybe the colourful & Noble Lord Flight and Amber are busy having lunch plotting their next scam? Really made my Sunday afternoon this - back out for some sun :) Please can someone do their own research rather than look up entries in the Brexit Book of Lies .... To include "selling Cenkos" because of QPP's on going problems with the regulator ... LOLOLOLOL :)
troll_buster
11/8/2017
20:57
You will find that Keith95 was simply establishing where you were coming from. I suspect you answered his question. Enjoy your short :)
troll_buster
11/8/2017
16:57
Thank you so much troll-buster for drawing my attention to the bulletin board for Mercantile Ports which I hadn't been aware of and which I hadn't visited until now. How fascinating. Clearly this has touched a raw nerve with certain posters....one can but wonder why. ...and lo & behold, who do I find also on the angry Mercantile thread, no less than Keith95. ....funny old world innit..... What a coincidence (not). ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
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