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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ienergizer Limited LSE:IBPO London Ordinary Share GG00B54NMG96 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.33% 307.00 304.00 310.00 308.00 308.00 308.00 173,005 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 200.3 53.5 26.0 11.8 584

Ienergizer Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/10/2021
22:24
Interims 11/11/21
johndoe23
06/10/2021
12:10
I think this is just getting dragged down like everything else. Low liquidity doesn't help.
mcbabs
06/10/2021
11:35
They don't do trading updates. Though was one in October 2019
johndoe23
06/10/2021
11:13
Time to buy again?
tizo100
29/9/2021
15:35
Do we have a trading update soon ? Tomorrow or the 1st ?
2bluelynn
28/9/2021
08:36
Green, what does suggest that they are looking for an international buyer?
alotto
27/9/2021
18:04
Mainly an Indian company and looking for an international buyer in time ?
greenhat2
25/9/2021
13:21
Thanks McBabs
alotto
24/9/2021
22:40
Hi AlottoWhen they listed they published an AIM admission document. In this document they say the reason for flotation was "in order to gain access to the Uk capital markets. It is anticipated that admission will raise the company's profile internationally and help diversify its shareholders base as well as providing a liquid market for the ordinary shares"
mcbabs
23/9/2021
08:21
I know I put out this question a few times, but if I could collect some of the board opinions would be much appreciated. Since Anil Aggrawal holds such a high proportion of the shares, what are the benefits to justify the costs of the public listing. Am I being naïve, or if the CEO/Director holds most of the shares, there are still good reasons to keep the company publicly listed?
alotto
22/9/2021
15:29
crazy isn't it!?!?!
ihuntley
22/9/2021
14:49
What is going on here? Nearly at 52wk low...
johndoe23
15/9/2021
05:11
Why does this company need to be public, it's largely privately owned and could well be a private company altogether. Listing a company has its cost, I expect this one could be delisted one day. Unless I am missing something here
alotto
29/8/2021
10:24
https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2021/08/29/3-aim-stocks-id-buy-for-passive-income/IenergizerOperating on six continents, Guernsey-based Ienergizer (LSE: IBPO) provides outsourcing services to companies in fields including banking, healthcare and gaming. This diversification should make earnings - and therefore dividends - pretty secure. Analysts have the stock returning 15p in the current financial year. That gives a juicy yield of 5%. Other things I like about IBPO include the high returns on capital and reasonable valuation (17 times earnings). The fact that founder Annil Aggarwal holds a massive amount of shares should also ensure that his interests are aligned with those of retail investors like me.As with many AIM stocks however, IBPO could prove to be a volatile holding. The 'free float' - the amount of stock available to trade on the market - is very small at just 17%. This could mean it takes only a few buys or sells to make the share price motor or sink respectively.
tole
27/8/2021
07:49
Looks like IBPO might be turning a corner in the share price - nice looking chart now on the weekly timeframe.
tradingsun1
20/8/2021
12:07
Ieneegizer flies a lot under the radar so good to see a bit of new exposure with it being picked in the new top 10. (Contrary to name dog - which usually has a different meaning when it comes to some stock picks)https://masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/the-dogs-of-aim-2021/For four years I have been investing in the Dogs of AIM portfolio, which comprises 10 shares chosen based on the rules of the Dogs of the Dow trading strategy. Popularised by money manager Michael O'Higgins in his 1992 book Beating the Dow, investors put equal amounts of money into 10 individual companies. Known as "dogs", the companies are the constituents of the blue-chip-focused Dow Jones Industrial Average Index with the highest historic dividend yields.New entries this year include technology-services company Ienergizer (IBPO), property investor Urban Logistics REIT (SHED), miners Central Asia Metals (CAML) and Pan African Resources (PAF), professional-services firm FRP Advisory Group (FRP) and financier Numis Corporation (NUM).
tole
12/8/2021
13:18
Thanks for the heads up
alotto
12/8/2021
12:27
AGM tomorrow
w1lbur01
16/7/2021
14:19
It's a small cap stock... Is that unusual to have few trades only?
alotto
16/7/2021
13:57
strange day today... 6 trades consisting in a total of 8 shares!
coppertrader
13/7/2021
18:53
The communication between management and shareholders is shot non existent
tizo100
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