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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Daejan Holdings Plc LSE:DJAN London Ordinary Share GB0002502036 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 8,050.00 8,040.00 8,050.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 0.0 137.8 0.0 - 1,312

Daejan Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/5/2019
20:46
Skyship below are a few figures:- Taken from Accounts Y/E 2018 Highcroft Share Price EPS NAV Discount to NAV Return £8.75 95.3p £12.07 27.5% 10.89% Daejan £56.10 £12.45p £111.25 50% 22.19% I think if you do a bit of quick math, if you bought in at these share prices, I know which I prefer. A big NAV discount can also close one of these days!
konradpuss
24/5/2019
16:42
Skyship you raise some excellent points which I will ponder.
konradpuss
24/5/2019
12:39
konrad - "In the interim relax and hope they increase the dividend." DJAN has indeed raised the divi consistently, but at a consistent miserly 4.6%pa compound over the past 20yrs. Compare this with the best value REIT: Highcroft (HCFT). GRY over 20yrs = 10.9%; and over the past 10yrs = 13.9%... Yet at 900p they still offer a 25.4% discount and a 5.8% yield! Why be a never-ending part of the Freshwater pension plan when you can do so much better elsewhere?
skyship
22/5/2019
17:13
Holding Djan would test the patience of Job. Same price as Jan. 2015. It does not seem to matter if NAV increases every year, no one has the slightest interest.
retsius
29/4/2019
22:28
The share price does not matter if the company is doing O.K. Oh! that's if you don't want to sell. I think one day you will wake up and that 50% discount to NAV will be a lot less. In the interim relax and hope they increase the dividend.
konradpuss
29/4/2019
19:46
Negative publicity over the weekend. Was it MOS ?
coolen
29/4/2019
19:25
moved back down it's trading range nearly 50% discount and with exposure to the buoyant US market not really moved back up since the lows of January really ought to be testing £60 again soon
ntv
10/4/2019
07:10
Seems trying to move higher today, but who knows?
retsius
19/3/2019
20:20
Achieved today, hopefully consolidating above 60, and then on to 65. R
retsius
19/3/2019
13:58
At last some movement above long term position.i.e.£58-£60. Hoping for a strong finish to clear the hurdle of £60:00. R.
retsius
16/3/2019
18:37
The share price seems to have perked up. In the short run the market moves on sentiment. In the long run the market is a weighing machine. Now who said that?
konradpuss
21/2/2019
10:26
4.5% rise this week,£60 seems a watershed in the sand here. Can`t predict the closing price today,as usual!
retsius
04/2/2019
15:49
NTV Point taken, however often the share price totally ignores the x div share price, resulting in a nice small gain.... or is that ‘pie in the sky?’ R.
retsius
04/2/2019
15:17
Probably because the divi is not very large compared to other property companies( hate it being called real estate)
ntv
01/2/2019
16:57
Why sell before next week`s x-div. Crazy. R.
retsius
28/1/2019
07:29
"Just my thoughts of course, but if you don't approve the way the company is run, you sell your shares and move on . Simple." So I did!
skyship
27/1/2019
20:22
KrP Good for you to be shareholder, but my question was addressed to Skyship. Daejan' assets for the past three years, up £500m (check out balance sheet) Div. could be better, but unless in an ISA just more tax to pay. I prefer money retained for company expansion. Just my thoughts of course, but if you don't approve the way the company is run, you sell your shares and move on . Simple. R.
retsius
27/1/2019
18:37
Retsius - yes I do and I think I will be owning them for a while as I think my 'taking them private' is a pipe dream. However never say never as Fullers did selling their brewing interests on Friday after saying they never would.
konradpuss
27/1/2019
18:02
Sky ship You seem to have a definite opinion of Daejan. Do you hold any stock in the company?
retsius
27/1/2019
17:22
I cannot agree more. They should just take it private. Nothing stopping them. The banks would only be too willing to let them leverage up to pay out the free floaters.
konradpuss
27/1/2019
10:52
Konrad - as posted so often, you have to accept that DJAN is the Freshwater family pension fund. They treat it as such; and they treat the 20% outside shareholders very poorly - hence the 1.7% yield (The Header is of course misleading as it dates back to 2001). Interesting to note that over the 9yrs since the crash the two main family directors have raised their salaries by 6%pa, whereas they've limited the wasteful pay-out to outside shareholders to just 4%pa. Why pay out more to the shareholder rump when it is in effect paying it out of their own pockets? DJAN should not be a listed company.
skyship
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