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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Craven Hse Cap LSE:CRV London Ordinary Share GB00BD4FQ360 ORD USD1.00
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -$0.10 -2.67% $3.65 $3.40 $3.90 $3.75 $3.55 $3.75 15 13:12:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 3.0 136.0 2.7 9.12

Craven Hse Cap Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/11/2018
15:25
Has always been the last day, Pajak needs time to research his Mark Twain Quotes..... Buy Back will be "advertised" in the Times in a couple of weeks time I believe
karina
20/11/2018
15:18
Annual results due soon I believe. That said, they usually leave it till the last day - so probably 30th Nov.
mortimer7
14/11/2018
13:01
LMFA holders will certainly be having a good day! Looks like the share buy back is behind schedule, not unusual for CRV
karina
14/11/2018
11:31
I think it's a good buy. LM Funding America - fintech company - buys delinquent accounts off community associations. It made a heavy loss in 2017, worsened by a series of one-offs, which slaughtered the share price. The high since flating on NASDAQ, end 2015, was close to $90. CRV now owns 31.5% of the company - buying in at $2.40, a premium to the current market price which is around $1.80. In the first half of 2018, LMFA was pleasantly profitable, If that continues, they've bought these at a steal.
cjohn
14/11/2018
08:33
Still here DC. I think the market reaction to the RNS about sums it up.....
karina
14/11/2018
08:17
Any of the old school still here? Views on today’s RNS. DC
daicaprice
16/8/2018
13:33
CJohn spot on!
baner
16/8/2018
11:02
It's unlikely that they will be able to buy back enough shares in the market to reach the limit of shares they've set. That doesn't matter: it's only a limit. The effect of the buying should be to move the price up to the $10 per share limit. This is obviously positive for all holders. If they wanted to take it private,they could have offered to buy shares at a price well south of $10. So that idea makes no sense. I already have a large holding here, otherwise I'd buy more.
cjohn
10/8/2018
09:31
Like I said baner I have no idea what they are up to? No one ever does really. Been here over six years and the phrase smoke and mirrors is banded around regularly but this share epitomises this. There is only approx 3m shares in free float, they can't buy in the open market as there just isn't the liquidity surely? Those PI's that are left I think have there heels firmly dug in for the end game so where will they get these shares from. Really don't know and certainly don't profess to be an expert so happy to pin my ears back and learn........ Regards Rusty
rusty9717
09/8/2018
15:47
rusty not so smart to announce a buy back if your intention is to take this private.......???? how did you get to that conclusion? if NAV today is $10/share and they can buy back 1m at $5/share, the pro forma NAV will increse to $15/share - that is how this works. so again, not so smart to pursue this before announcing an intention to take the company private. to buy the shares at $5 however appears to be a good bet.
baner
09/8/2018
14:08
Hi Steve. What baner said. Lol Plus I think they may take it private. Small freefloat and will be even less soon. A few of us who speak don't think there can be more than 50 PI's in this.
rusty9717
09/8/2018
13:10
This is a really positive proposal - looking after the best interest of all shareholders. If CH can buy back shares at say $6 the remaining holders will benefit from the $4/share discount to the NAV - so that the pro forma NAV per share will gradually increase as long as shares are bought back at a discount. The fact they propose this is a proof that the directors are shareholder oriented and also believe in the values of the company. To buy the shares in the market at ca $5 now seems as an absolute no-brainer.
baner
09/8/2018
12:55
What's your thoughts on what follows now Rusty/Daica? I know both of you are very long term holders/followers of this share. There's a positive view from Tully and a negative from Spot and quite frankly I have no idea which way it's headed. I do still welcome this though as at least we are reaching a conclusion one way or another. I was concerned we'd be trapped in with nothing happening for years.
steve1845
09/8/2018
11:53
Saw the RNS but couldn’t buy online and I’ve just moved my brokers a/c to H/L. Great news for all you patient holders, very pleased for you. DC
daicaprice
09/8/2018
11:38
Not even a post. Shows how unloved this is. Massive news.
rusty9717
04/6/2018
16:09
Looking ace again.
oilbuy
04/6/2018
15:19
sounds like an out of court settlement is in the pipeline.........
baner
04/6/2018
11:12
It appears the Panda Waste case is no longer proceeding in the High Court. Now there's numerous possibilities/outomes for that, but interesting that buy limits are now so tight. Even with the tick up you can only buy 100 shares online
karina
01/6/2018
21:14
No change at all DC. Court case starts Tuesday where, if they win, the upside is 8m to 80m Euros. But that's not material.......
karina
01/6/2018
20:37
I’ve been watching this for 5yrs plus, invested £1200 once and managed to catch a rise if I remember correctly. The one thing I remember is that Management were certainly not informative and more damn right secretive, has it changed? DC
daicaprice
01/6/2018
16:56
Would be good to know what net assets there are in the acquired company. If this nearer to 0, $2.5m may be an expensive acquisition.......if there is $2.5m of asset backing and profits are sustainable, then this looks like an excellent deal. Room for management to be a bit more informative on this one.
baner
01/6/2018
15:38
I'm very happy for my holding to be diluted, if new shares are issued at 11 bucks!
cjohn
01/6/2018
15:38
Income in a US context is indeed profit.
cjohn
01/6/2018
15:25
True, but a cash buy with no share dilution is also nice
karina
01/6/2018
15:03
It does look like it Karina, just a shame it wasn’t for shares @ $11 a share!! DC
daicaprice
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