Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Daejan Holdings 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
  +35.00p +0.57% 6,160.00p 6,150.00p 6,170.00p 6,190.00p 6,120.00p 6,175.00p 2,572 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 0.0 198.4 993.0 6.2 1,004.08

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17/10/201709:57Daejan - 3.5% yield and 50% property discount713
18/3/201507:28safe as houses190
13/6/200822:47SAFE AS HOUSES?!!35

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2017-10-18 16:15:006,100.002,000122,000.00NK
2017-10-18 16:15:006,100.002,000122,000.00NK
2017-10-18 15:35:016,160.0023814,660.80UT
2017-10-18 15:29:056,170.00161.70AT
2017-10-18 15:20:136,180.003185.40AT
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Daejan Daily Update: Daejan Holdings is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DJAN. The last closing price for Daejan was 6,125p.
Daejan Holdings has a 4 week average price of 5,750p and a 12 week average price of 5,750p.
The 1 year high share price is 7,005p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5,400p.
There are currently 16,300,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,529 shares. The market capitalisation of Daejan Holdings is £1,004,080,000.
rock star: Absolute rubbish. This has been the best performing UK property company over last 50,25,15 years...due to the management from the controlling family. Funny old lot I know but those are the fact. The question is have the younger generation got the same nouse as their elders? 9 Oct '17 - 11:40 - 701 of 703 0 0 Daejan Share price is down again today, while Millennium and Copthorne, which was trading on a deep discount, is up 21% on the day. I think the family control with Daejan is the biggest negative factor here.
apollocreed1: Daejan Share price is down again today, while Millennium and Copthorne, which was trading on a deep discount, is up 21% on the day. I think the family control with Daejan is the biggest negative factor here.
trytotakeiteasy: In my view, ST is hopelessly superficial in how he analyses stocks and companies. It is all about the next bit of exciting news, the chart or the valuation. There is no real analysis on whether a company will do well over the long-term. As a result ST has lots of recommendations that go up in the short-term but then fail over the medium to long-term. His Chinese tips were a disaster with many going under. A recent failure is Safestyle. Daejan - yes lets wait for the interim results in just under two months time (end of November). Ex-dividend on the 12th for 63p too. The trouble is that Daejan aren't able to draw in any new investors due to weak investor relations. So when we have a persistent seller the share price tanks. I think with the level of disclosure this only appeals to the deep-value guys. I was looking recently at Grainger and GCP Student Living. Their level of shareholder engagement and transparency is miles ahead.
apollocreed1: retsius - UK Property prices aren't a function of supply and demand. They're mainly influenced by QE and ultra-low interest rates. That still makes me think prices will continue to rise because no matter how much the Bank of England talks about raising rates and reducing QE, they don't have the courage to really do so. Even if they perform a token gesture of 0.25%-0.5%, rates will always be behind inflation. Regarding QE, the BOE has been printing large amounts of money since 1971, so there's no reason to believe they'll ever stop that either. This is also my largest holding, but I have a few friends who work at Daejan that tell me it is a very efficient operation - so I trust the share price will recover.
trytotakeiteasy: retsius - have a good time and ignore the Daejan share price!!!! About £270,000 sold today. Pretty frustrating. The group could of bought back around £3m worth at a 40% discount to their NAV.
retsius: Ttte It's a pity the Annual Report omits any reference to the share price. This should be alluded to , if nothing else it helps to identify with shareholders in the Company.They should say the price has been declining for six months but this is at odds with the co. Performance. Great results but the share price has been dire, but for no obvious reason. That is what is so galling. R.
trytotakeiteasy: retsius - yes someone just keeps on dumping shares...and this is an illiquid we are at a 41% discount...shows that "value investing" is a tough area...If real estate prices are flat this year Daejan should still be able to increase the NAV by about 2% due to rental profit. We should also see net rental income return to growth this year. In my view, the share price weakness is driven by the idea that real estate valuation momentum is over and we may see declines in the UK. Sure but Daejan's has over half of its assets in Greater London where the population is forecast to continue to grow. Is it just me or do you also rue the day you came across Daejan!!!!
trytotakeiteasy: Feels like a seller is continually at work here. Any buys are met by an equal number of sells. It could be a long-time, therefore, before we see any share price progress. i.e. until this seller has exited from Daejan. Just shows even if a company produces good results you don't necessarily see a share price follow-up. Looking at the annual report and the Aldgate hotel could finish this year. Temple Street in Birmingham was completed March 2017 and will add to the rent roll this year. However, we are now heading to a 40% discount to NAV although we could see the NAV decline this year.
trytotakeiteasy: two years ago in July 2015 the share price was at £65 and the last reported asset value per share was £81.84 - a 20.5% discount. Two year's later the share price is £64 and the last reported asset value per share was £101.61 - a 37% discount. Slightly frustrating!!!
trytotakeiteasy: To put Daejan's frustrating share price in context. The current £64 is below the £65.5 peak hit in December 2006. It is also below the level two years ago in July 2015 of £65.58. The peak pre downturn NAV was £55.4 in March 2008 and today the NAV stands at £95.81. so the NAV is up 73% from the pre-downturn peak but the share price is lower than its peak level before the downturn. All very frustrating. Sentiment is clearly very much against Daejan and the whole of the real estate sector.
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