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|All good for those concerned like me about global warming.
Significant volumes going through at 335, although it's dipped today on almost no volume. Let's see what happens tomorrow|
|UK power supply for last 24 hours met without any coal fired according to reports. First time ever no coal power for this length of time. Hargreaves Ceo and Arthur Scargill thought the future was in coal.LOL. Oh I forgot this is now a property company.|
|Even more bang on.."So yes - the operating business is downsizing but so are the liabilities. To emphasise - it is very difficult for a business with zero liabilities (or approaching zero liabilities) to disappear. In theory what will be left are the non current/property assets, and a pile of cash - totalling around £130m. Yes some of the assets like tower may be written down, some may be written up - like the property."|
|Bang on.wigwammer - 22 Feb 2016 - 22:59 - 1604 of 1719 - 0CT - the main point of generating op profit is to build equity. They have equity in spades. Even during the annus horribilis you describe the equity hasn't fallen a great deal. They generated cash and paid down liabilities. These are facts. Not stories. Go look. Any clue they might be able to continue doing this.."the Board is confident that profitability can be maintained even in the face of such severe market conditions. The Board has already taken significant steps in reducing costs and restructuring the Group and these efforts are ongoing."Which of the areas you list may have a viable future? It doesn't matter - the house is already paid off. At a push - any and all areas may be salvageable at some level - commodity prices may rise, government policy may change, competitors may get into distress and leave the market, capacity may come out etc. Things aren't that predictable. You may be right near term - news flow might drag it lower. But you haven't really engaged my points - the movement in liabilities, tangible equity, and lower valuation suggest the investment has rarely been better protected. There is little evidence of the dramatic destruction you describe. Yes profits/turnover have fallen - but fixed costs are covered and the equity position appears stable. If you called this a few years back and the environment that goes with it - congratulations. Unlike some self professed experts here you appear capable of sharing some knowledge. But the problem with maintaining a negative position ad infinitum is that, unlike a few years ago, everyone now agrees with you (and they've already sold).|
|best build a platform from which to next move up.
This will be over 400p this year and the future looks much brighter now,
|Price stuck for the moment. Someone happy to accumulate at 330-332 and seemingly getting enough volume they don't want to move higher yet.
Almost no volume on sell side to 340.0 which may or may not be a good sign|
|4.50 or 4.60. I'll be happy with either. Price held steady around 325 after the initial rise. Hopefully it will consolidate here before the next move up|
|Singer commentHargreaves Services (HSP LN)CorporateSupport ServicesCompany UpdateBlindwells planning approvalHargreaves has secured planning approval in principle for the Group's development at Blindwells near Edinburgh. This is a huge step towards management's target of £35m to £50m of incremental value from the full Property/Energy portfolio in the medium term. We conservatively estimate that Blindwells takes us to the bottom end of that range, thereby creating c.100p of net asset uplift. Added to the 360p of 'realisable' assets as we outlined in February, our intrinsic value for the Group is 460p, with the potential for further positive news in coming periods.|
|This is why I first bought this share. Can anyone explain what I'm missing:
2016 NAV 131m
No. of shares in issue 31.9m
=£4.11 per share.
Today the NAV just increased on the planning approval by an amount I'm unable to estimate but clearly the market considers healthy.
um, so say with today the NAV is worth £4.50 per share... which seems completely out of alignment with a share price of £3.05.
With today's rise I'm now at breakeven. Not my best trade ever.|
|So glad I topped up a few months back at 235p.|
|I think that's a starter too.
Far too cheap with a 130 m development in the bag
|How do you work that out Beeks ?|
|Shorts to close and further buyers tomorrow on the back of the late RNS.I'd expect £3.50 as a starter.|
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|Yes. Might get traded more on NAV in the future rather than earnings.|
|Planning approved. This could get very interesting!|
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|http://www.eastlothiancourier.com/news/15113445.SEPA_drops_flooding_objection_to_long_awaited_new_town_at_Blindwells/Flooding had been main objection which is now lifted....next planning meeting March 28th ...could be a go ahead?|
|The Shares article says that planning consent on a big Scottish site might be due shortly. Eyes peeled.|
Can't see what is "High growth" about Hargreaves, however each to their own.|
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|Yes its been a great story. It really boils down to making the correct decisions to invest in high growth industries for the 21st century.|
|Yes, many have come round to my way of thinking.I thank them for making my investment so rewarding.|
|Not perceptions, but prospects.Better visibility and viable future = influx of investors.|
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