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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 8,050.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
8,040.00 8,050.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 137.83 1,312
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 8,050.00 GBX

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07/5/202010:02Daejan - 3.5% yield and 50% property discount1,202
18/3/201507:28safe as houses190
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Daejan Daily Update: Daejan Holdings Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DJAN. The last closing price for Daejan was 8,050p.
Daejan Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 8,100p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4,775p.
There are currently 16,300,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Daejan Holdings Plc is £1,312,150,000.
konradpuss: Jinbo, I am not sure you are correct. If the share price to NAV never tightened then you have a point. Something usually comes along, however the management of this company is very 'different'. If you look at what your £ is buying you then at this discount to NAV I think you might do quite well in the medium term. I would not buy if the discount was say 25% to NAV.
retsius: NTV I don't think that is likely. The share is in a sector that is completely depressed at the moment. The prospect of a Labour victory in an election and all that brings is affecting the share price badly. Brexit looms over everything as well and affects sentiment. Any large sales will heavily depress it further. It's all smokes and mirrors at the moment, wait until the AGM.o American assets are a substantial proportion of assets, remember that, and as such provide some relief at this time. At the end of the day look at the NAV and look at the SP, to give the investor some cheer. R.
watling17: But the gross rental income is £156m and given the quality of large parts of the portfolio, a yield of 8% is too high. The good thing about Daejan is the excellent reaction they prompt and for that reason alone they are a delight to hold apart from being completely safe As topvest rightly averred if you don't like the way Benny and co run things then don't buy the shares and if you do not own the shares, why waste your time commenting as the family simply will not care, anymore than they will over this nonsense apropos the composition of the board. This is merely more virtue signalling with those responsible trying to create a problem where there isn't one. In any event the Freshwaters would I imagine point to the increase in the share price from ~1 shilling and tuppence ha'penny 60 years ago plus all those glorious dividends. This will be somewhat better than most of us have achieved...
konradpuss: 'well past the time when you should move on to better' Focus on the underlying business not the share price. In the long run the market is a weighing machine.
mw8156: retsius- must have done better in share price and NAV since 2015 than Intu, bl, land, hammers and a host of other prop cos, though, granted, it does have rather a lot of UK retail property on the books eg promenade, Cheltenham and ?Dartford shopping centre and came a cropper over Southern Cross.
coolen: I'm new to this thread, but remember guys that increasing the dividend would mean increasing the company's debt. That would not help the share price. And then there's the new Dividend Tax to consider. Equally, I wouldn't be pressing for him to go private at this point in the property cycle as there is no legal requirement for any Offer to be above the currently depressed share price. I might buy some tomorrow as a boring but safe investment for the long term.
mw8156: Lord Lee suggests, in the FT today, that a possible scenario is to be taken private on the basis that the NAV is about double the share price and the Directors would not then have to comply with the present political(ly correct)imperative/mania to have a gender balance in public companies on the Board.
skyship: Konrad - sadly the ADVFN charts will only allow me to trace bacl 25yrs to 1993; still that is sufficient. As can be seen below, DJAN & HCFT have tracked each other's share price; but crucially throughout that period HCFT have been paying a dividend at double the rate of DJAN. As to retail, a fairly common mistake being made nowadays is not to differentiate between well-tenanted prime properties in sought-after areas; and the CVA territory of poor tenants. I recommend you listen to the interview with the new CEO of Shaftesbury in which he very forcibly makes and validates this assertion for his London West End retail estate. So, IMO the few HCFT retail properties and indeed the DJAN properties you mention are in no way threatened by serious write-down, if at all after Q4'18. Look at the locations and look at the tenants. The one problem though, is that the DJAN properties yield just half of the HCFT properties; due to historically high London valuations.
konradpuss: 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!
retsius: 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.
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