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|Great news today. Time to accelerate their other strategies, given that listed equity is doing so well.|
|Long may it continue a nice steady Eddie type share. Another share similar to this imo is SWL|
|I'm looking at this stock, like everything I've seen so far, but I can only find one analyst report from Peel Hunt in January with a buy recommendation. Target price 76p. Albeit 2 months later that has now been reached.
With such a growing AUM, pretty (damn) good annual results, I'm struggling to get company news from elsewhere other than their website, even a basic google search is rather scant.
I only noticed it on google finance when looking at one of my other holdings IPX popped up with a 5% increase in a day.
How is this all slipping under the radar?|
|AGM presentation httP://www.impaxam.com/sites/default/files/AGM%20deck%20WEB_0.pdf
Makes good reading..|
|AUM are flying...next stop 6BN|
Assets under management and advice as at 28 February 2017.
|All looking very positive here given the AUM increasing sharply month on month. Share price is starting to pick up on the growth story.|
|After a little bit of research over the weekend I have joined you guys first thing this morning. Already looking like one of my better decisions!|
|Monthly update on the impax website, its a graph in the investors section.
|R2, where did you get your figures from?|
AUM 5.18bn GBP as at 31.01.17.
|Short term maybe - this was known news anyway. But, I don't think the share price is up with events personally. Reasonably cconfident that the growth story will run on and they will get to £10bn under management within 3-4 years. What would that do to profitability? Not valued as a growth share really.|
|Whoops!Quite right.5.06bn GBP it is,up 12% in the last quarter to 31.12.16. The share price seems to be well up with events.
|£5.06bn actually, but still fantastic. The business is flying.|
|....and 5.5m GBP AUM at the end of December with new inflows accounting for 10% of the 12% increase,very impressive.It looks like the institutions are increasing their asset allocation towards the environmental sector.This works well for us.
|Yes, I think this should at least double from here. Can see them getting to £10n AUM within 3-5 years.|
|sold out to early, bah humbug!|
|£4.9bn AUM at the end of November. Spectacular growth this year.|
|Yes, an interesting analysis. Thanks. This is a great company in the making. Waiting to see what the November AUM is on their web-site.|
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|Thought I'd share the above with you, it's a way of trying to stay objective....I have been buying and am a happy holder. It looks good going forward, obviously the markets could take a tumble but in general the funds have proved quite resilient. The dilution is the problem here but I feel that Simms and co, who have been at it for 20 years or so are now at the life stage and the biz stage to move to the next phase which is to rapidly expand the AUM to 10billion ? ?.
We should be good for 10-15% annual returns for the next 5 years or so,I hope.
|Analysis of Impax(IPX), using Jim Slater’s Zulu Approach
1. Five Year Record (5 years positive earnings growth)
2. Low PEG Factor (PEG below 1 – eg. a 10% eps growth on a PE of 10 or less)
YES…. year end 30.09.16
PEG = Current PER / profits growth
PER = 52.75(sp)/3.62(fdeps) = 14.57
PEG = 14.57/ 16* =0.875
So just about a buy if <0.75=BUY)
*Profits growth of 16% based on growth in fdeps from 2015(3.13p) to 2016 (3.62p)
3. Optimistic Chairman's Statement
4. Strong Financial Position
YES. 10.5m GBP of distributable cash on the B/S cash after seed investments, provisions, share purchase obligations etc are taken into account. Strong cash flow, no debt.
5. Competitive Advantage
YES.A focused, scale-able business model that is expanding rapidly, great operational leverage, very strong reputation, excellent product performance.AUM growing rapidly.
6. Something New
YES. Less dilution going forward, starting to become a serious dividend payer, the new investments that have held back earnings of late now give IPX strong operational leverage going forwards. Legislation & investor appetite are pushing business their way. They have the expertise, smart distribution and keen pricing.
7. Small Market Capitalization (a small cap stock - anything in the FTSE250 or above is out)
YES.MC £67m at 52.75p.Looks good value.
8. Relative Strength (as in the share price movement compared to the FTSE All Share Index)
YES. 12 month share price +30%, compared to FTSE All Share Index +10%
9. Dividend Yield
YES. 2.1p = 4% based on 2016 results, (2015 divi 2.1p included special divi of 0.5p.
10. Reasonable Asset Position
YES. The balance sheet is very strong, room for more special dividends.
11. Management Shareholding
YES. Don’t get me started…They have been very generous with themselves in the past so they are now motivated to get the share price up and the dividends up.
This analysis is based on the Jim Slater 11 point test to find underrated shares. It scores 11/11 so the share is underrated!
NOTE: Remember shares can go down as well as up. This is not to be read as a recommendation to buy this share. It is simply an explanation of why I bought.
Senior management has been very generous with themselves over the years. Apart from fat salaries, they have awarded themselves lots of free shares. I sold in disgust some time ago because of this issue. Now the directors have loaded up on free shares, they will no doubt focus on dividend payments and improving the share price performance which has been lackluster to date The time looks right now so I am happy to be back on board again.|
|This will make you laugh. Stockopedia forecasts for next year are 3.6p EPS and 2p DPS. More likely to be well over 4p and 3p in my view. Really nice to own a company that is almost certain to blast its next year earnings forecast. How many companies with this sort of growth and dividend progression can you buy at this sort of price?|
|and me, too.
The managers pay themselves very well in cash and options but they are good at their job and do leave a reasonable amount for the shareholders.
I have also bought some Impax Environmental Markets Trust (IEM) shares for a politically-correct daughter. It is an "ethical" fund that has performed well.|