Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cls Holdings Plc LSE:CLI London Ordinary Share GB00BF044593 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.50 -1.58% 280.50 280.50 281.00 285.00 278.50 278.50 67,337 14:03:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 133.0 144.9 30.5 9.2 1,143

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/9/2009
08:44
Goodwill consider it done edit Worth remembering that this was almost 700p less than a couple of years ago.
greek islander
16/9/2009
20:51
TEF is a darling - there's someone selling in size but as soon as he's done the buyers will turn up whem there's no stock imo. Results in 10 weeks time will be an eye opener to the market. It's a good market at the moment - back in CIU over the past few days - great results today. Had good performance out of IDS and SAVG today and IERE. Market shrugging off bad news too which is good. Glad you follow my Twitters :-) CR
cockneyrebel
16/9/2009
20:00
Yes CR I am unashamedly admitting to following your twittering. Hope you don't mind! Obviously I am selective and not by any means all your choices are mine but I like your approach in searching out shares well below NAV very low pe's and often Director buys. Your legwork is much appreciated. In the middle of a momentum-led bull run this is pretty persuasive tactics. I have now sold out of RMV and Savills and taken my profit but have gone back into TTG with a spread that is already well up - amazing. Have bought and sold a host of SBs in this one over the last few weeks and every one a winner. Will probably go back buying hard stock in the former two when I come into a bit of cash in a month or two if the prices haven't gone too high. Spreadbet RMV as a back stop anyway. Unfortunately closed my Max Petroleum at a loss just before they surged today. Well, one will have losses of course! Have followed IERE for a long time now been in and out now out. Will look again. Thanks CHNS drop in share price is the usual - opaque goings on in the boardroom. Am long and still just in the blue but will now consider whether to sell or add. Sticking with your TEF by the way though no real progress there and Huntsworth doing well - of the ones I stole from your tipsheet. VLE results out very soon looks a stone certainty for a serious rise in share price If they announce a new acquisition I can see the share price doubling in a week. This is a real strong one (and I have been in that for a number of years). I thought at the end of last week that we might be in for a market reaction and then again this morning with the unemployment figures but the number of deals per day is rising steadily and this is the main sign of a recovery. 6,000 is on the cards and it could happen very quickly and maybe any short term fall back (profit taking) will this time be in October or November
greek islander
16/9/2009
18:29
Agree GI - been a little cracker. I think the buyers increase as the spread narrows. 530p. NAV 720p a share but since that NAV they have sold property at a premium to the b/s value. The 720p was up 10% from 6 months earlier. I bet the NAV come the next results could easily be pushing £8. If you said 770p they are still trading 30% under a rising NAV. I bet there's a comfortable 20% to be had yet in the short term. IERE broke out today, trading well under the 103p NAV. Bad luck with CHNS - I just ain't comfy with those Chinese stocks. Glad the pension is doing alright :-) My pension is up nearly 100% since March, wife's is up 250% since march - about 110% combined. This market crash has proved to be a blessing - I'd never have done that if the market had stayed going up as it was 2 years ago, the crash created some terrific bargains and I bet we haven't seen them all yet! CR
cockneyrebel
14/9/2009
14:51
Rising again - intraday dip being bought up - got to be going to £6 short to medium term imo. CR
cockneyrebel
06/9/2009
22:25
Sam Thanks for that re post 4 I bought LAND AKA pillion
djalan
06/9/2009
22:11
Pillion I don't know what that is going on about - use advfn financials info at your peril. I've held various quantitities of this share for most or all of this decade, and I don't recall having even recieved a dividend. They do distributions via tender offers, half yearly or ad hoc as it suits them. Cheack out the last couple of annual reports or Final results RNS releases. Yes it was tipped in IC, haven't read it. Sam
sammu
04/9/2009
09:28
Yep, going well today - tipped in IC? CR
cockneyrebel
04/9/2009
07:34
made that £30 back today and more
cambium
03/9/2009
18:31
Yes, was such a rapid gain I thought it might not last but after selling I looked through the details again and thought 'oh no, what have I done?!' Anyway, the turn cost me £30 so not the end of the world - slapped wrist tho. CR
cockneyrebel
03/9/2009
15:48
shame on you CR, ahem welcome back!
cambium
01/9/2009
18:18
Traded out late last week after such a rise bit bought back today - absolute clear strength here the way it has held up. Suspect the director buying is a major source of confidence. CR
cockneyrebel
27/8/2009
11:48
Two purchases by me this morning and neither showing as trades. I have doubled my holding today. Also cashed in a sizeable spreadbet win and started another bet first thing this morning. Good luck to all holders.
greek islander
25/8/2009
11:13
CLI still looking good value, NAV up 10% in past 6 months to 603p partly on revaluations, but still good going in the present climate. Some comments in company reports today, Development Securities DSC NAV down 11.1% in 6 months to 30th June Have been buying again in recent weeks Cautiously optimistic that the market is now close to its low point 'Some GBP27.0m has been spent on four acquisitions since the fund raising including the purchase of a bank loan believed to be the first such acquisition in this part of the cycle Interim dividend maintained at 2.4p (30th June 2008: 2.4p) In recent weeks, we have secured a number of new properties for our portfolio.' 'The investment property market decline has decelerated recently and we await to see the impact on valuations caused by further likely rental declines and increasing voids. We are cautiously optimistic that the market is now close to its low point although we are guarded against a possible further downward shift should sentiment still worsen with regard to the general economic climate in the United Kingdom' And from CLS Holdings CLI NAV is UP 10% from 548p to 603p in 6 months to 30th June 'but with tentative signs of stabilisation in areas of the market, we expect that opportunities will become more widespread in the first half of 2010' Adjusted Net Asset Value per share* 719.2 pence, up 11.1 per cent from 647.2 pence at 31 December 2008 (Statutory NAV per share 603.2 pence, up 10.0 per cent from 548.4 pence at 31 December 2008). We are pleased to report that our adjusted net asset value per share has risen by 11.1 per cent to 719.2 pence per share, against the backdrop of a continuing depressed property market. This is partly a reflection of some of our properties being re-valued upwards in the UK, particularly those with long government leases. Real estate investment markets remain suppressed, but encouragingly they are most active in the smaller lot sizes under GBP35 million or EUR40 million, where funding is becoming more readily available; this is the market which has always been important for CLS, and within which most of our properties by number reside. We have yet to see the introduction to the market of distress or fire-sale assets, but with tentative signs of stabilisation in areas of the market, we expect that opportunities will become more widespread in the first half of 2010.
martincc
25/8/2009
07:26
Use the other thread lads eh? Its got charts in it...
deltrotter
25/8/2009
07:18
Loverly breakout and no real resistance till £6 :-) Rising NAV and great director buying. CR
cockneyrebel
25/8/2009
07:00
NAV increased here - there's a rarity. CR
cockneyrebel
24/8/2009
11:38
Already showing big SB gains have now added to my stock purchases today at a bit under £4. Also bought TEF to add to my Savills and RMV. CR - I agree with you, property plays could be very strong over the next 6-18 months just hope I have the strength of character to keep hold of them if they start rising. My RMV already up almost 40% in just about a month and Savills gained 19% in a similar period.
greek islander
21/8/2009
20:18
Yes CR great day today. Invested am and added a sbreadbet a few minutes later which has already gained me £1k. Good run!
greek islander
21/8/2009
10:22
Sammu Looks like a divi here 08 Mar 2007 Final GBP 18.70 31/12/2005 31/12/2006 - - - 69.90 http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=financials&symbol=CLI&cb=1250849915
pillion
21/8/2009
09:27
They have never paid a dividend, they do tender offers at a premium instead, for tax reasons.
sammu
20/8/2009
16:55
Any chance of the dividend being restored ?
pillion
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