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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Conygar Investment Company Plc (the) LSE:CIC London Ordinary Share GB0033698720 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 136.00 132.00 140.00 136.00 136.00 136.00 650 07:40:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 1.7 -8.2 -14.7 - 79

Conygar Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/9/2013
12:12
Thanks Sky, I have funds arriving and am trying to sort out allocations. I have DSC, LSR, ACD, NRI, IERE, RECP all very much on my list, trying to work out if I have space for CIC. If anyone thinks I have missed any other obvious value, please post. Best regards SBP
stupidboypike
03/9/2013
11:31
SBP - I still have half of my original holding. I reckon CIC are still good value, whereas DSC & LSR are cheap. If only buying one of those two, then frankly I would find it difficult to favour one over the other at today's 191.5p & 25.5p respectively.
skyship
03/9/2013
11:00
SKYSHIP, Do you still see value here? I'm struggling to find a reason to buy against the likes of DSC and LSR. Best regards SBP
stupidboypike
03/9/2013
10:44
Too important a decision to be left in the hands of small town local politicians!
skyship
03/9/2013
10:31
I have held for a while and have recently increased my holding.... not the cheapest but I feel a safe 40-60% rise plus div over the next year or so.
greg the grinch
03/9/2013
10:29
The push to get up to peer value discount to nav? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-23935901
greg the grinch
01/9/2013
20:41
I am sure that's right, but historical cost may not be a particularly accurate reflection of the current value of the project. As I recall, the management expect the projects to be worth significantly more in the medium term, which justifies using historical cost. I just wondered if anyone had any further insight.
mtioc
01/9/2013
19:34
It is, I believe,an accounting requirement that work in progress for property companies be valued at the lower of cost or net realisable value
sleepy
01/9/2013
18:44
I have read the thread and thanks for informative posts. I suspect I have missed the boat on this one, but it is still on the watch list. I don't really understand the logic for current pipeline of development projects. For example, why are they all in remote parts of Wales? How should they (in particular Haverfordwest or Holyhead Waterfront, which make up most of the cost to date) be valued? The projects are currently valued at cost, which does not help with the actual current value, which presumably reflects the project economics in current market conditions. Haverfordwest (£15.2m of which £14m was 2009 land cost). I assume this will be partly depend on the Sainsbury's planning. Even if successful CIC's return will be driven by the local residential market. Any views or evidence as to viability (CIC website is a bit light!). Local press views appear mixed. Holyhead (£8.87m) has planning and is in the process of finalising a s106. Again, little on viability of mixed commercial, retail and leisure. Again, any views? Also, with planning and a s106, shouldn't an advisor be able to value the current interest in the project? Thanks MTIOC
mtioc
02/8/2013
07:12
Another 300k shares picked up into treasury.
deanowls1
15/7/2013
14:31
Liam The Master has spoken! Sleepy
sleepy
15/7/2013
11:45
LIAM - Sorry, but just about the worst piece of propco analysis I've read; but your age of course has a lot to do with it. Many misconceptions, misconstruals and misunderstandings. No matter, you are out there doing something, putting yourself about. Hopefully it will lead to gainful employment. In the meantime - go to UK-Analyst and read their article on CIC - c6weeks ago perhaps. It will help you understand where you went wrong, especially with your NAV figure; and especially with the schoolboy howler of equating commercial property in any way whatsoever with residential property. Good luck to you...
skyship
15/7/2013
10:47
Liam Good summary Are you sure about the CIC asset value? Sleepy (who called this "a very cheap share" sub 90p in May 12)
sleepy
15/7/2013
10:05
Analytical article from a couple of weeks ago. Granted a bit old but still a nice summary of the business! www.bulmerinvestments.com/conygar-investment-analysis/ Enjoy
liam_theboy_bulmer
14/7/2013
00:55
I was picking up CLLN and BLT lower down but nothing to brag about! I'm pleased I bought CRC well, though, so its swings and roundabouts.
deepvalueinvestor
13/7/2013
17:50
DVI - 123.5p over a month ago was a good price; especially if you found something good to play into. Perhaps you bought back into DSC...now that WOULD have been a good move!
skyship
12/7/2013
18:49
Well done. I took my money and ran a bit too quick it seems.
deepvalueinvestor
12/7/2013
11:22
free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
26/6/2013
07:49
Should underwrite the current sp: Repurchase of own shares Conygar announces that, in accordance with the terms of the general authority to make market purchases of its own shares granted to it by shareholders of the Company on 15 January 2013, and following the announcement on 5 February 2013, the Company acquired for cash in the market 330,000 ordinary shares of 5 pence each in the capital of the Company ("Shares") on 25 June 2013 at an average price of 118.5 pence per Share. The acquired shares will be held in treasury.
skyship
08/6/2013
10:41
Thanks deepvalueinvestor, & well done. Hoping I'll still be in if/when it goes to a premium to NAV, but we'll see! One day..
spectoacc
05/6/2013
19:40
I cleared out completely at 123.5p yesterday. Good luck to those who remain.
deepvalueinvestor
31/5/2013
09:30
CIC one of the Tips of the Week in today's IC - another good piece by Stephen Wilmot, following his successful tip for DSC... Expect some buying this afternoon and on Monday.
skyship
25/5/2013
09:49
I missed the spike as I think I would have cleared out? Oh well, still looks ok.
deepvalueinvestor
24/5/2013
07:18
Repurchase of own shares: Conygar announces that, in accordance with the terms of the general authority to make market purchases of its own shares granted to it by shareholders of the Company on 15 January 2013, and following the announcement on 5 February 2013, the Company acquired for cash in the market 270,000 ordinary shares of 5 pence each in the capital of the Company ("Shares") on 23 May 2013 at an average price of 117 pence per Share. The acquired Shares will be held in treasury.
skyship
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