Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Infra.India LSE:IIP London Ordinary Share IM00B2QVWM67 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.75p 2.60p 2.90p 2.75p 2.75p 2.75p 0 07:30:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -43.9 -6.4 - 18.71

Infra.India Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/5/2018
01:01
Even if whole portfolio marked down at 60% discount to NAV still will make very good money here. Guggenheim 75.4% shareholder legit(ish)
rjmahan
07/5/2018
00:01
The brother share of MpL Ports ??? Crooked to the core perhaps??
escapetohome
28/2/2018
07:41
Very hard to buy this at present . About time for a reverse of direction as NAV is 35p . Not the only undervalued share though . Best of Luck buying
bbr391
29/1/2018
16:01
Announcement on Friday. They increased the bridging loan by $3M https://www.investegate.co.uk/infrastructure-india--iip-/rns/increase-of-bridging-loan/201801261744421134D/ They sound confident on securing financing; "...The Company continues to be in advanced negotiations with a third party in relation to a potential financing. Whilst negotiations have taken longer than had been anticipated, these discussions continue to progress. The new funding would enable the Company to repay the Bridging Loan and the existing US$21.5 million working capital loan provided to the Company by GGIC, Ltd. ("GGIC") as well as provide additional working capital and construction capital to Distribution Logistics Infrastructure Limited, a key subsidiary of the Company, and provide for the Group's general working capital needs..."
hugepants
18/1/2018
17:03
High volume today, look at the long term chart, if IIP can just maintain this uptrend it will be a clear breakout.
earthmanian
02/1/2018
09:54
Quite. Perking up slightly here.
hugepants
28/12/2017
00:02
I am not dreaming it Hugepants - you are following me around....
rjmahan
27/12/2017
09:24
I picked up a few of these last weeks on reading rjmahan's blog. Usually I'd avoid anything to do with India and with a 75% controlling shareholder (also the asset managers). However as pointed out, with $290 billion AUM, Guggenheim are unlikely to screw over the minority shareholders and risk damaging their reputation. Last stated NAV is 35p.
hugepants
22/12/2017
10:11
One trade of 25k shares appears to have lifted price 3.7% imagine if investors really pile in...
earthmanian
21/12/2017
15:07
Roll up, Roll up! Some signs that this one is awakening, it's been lonely here all these months...Now it would be great if a level 2 boffin could make a case for the £1million + sell earlier this month was actually a buy! Thanks for the link regarding IIP in a previous post, it's a fair summary of its chances I feel. This share is not well known or very liquid, if this amount of buying carries on, it bodes well for the new year. Good Luck to All.
earthmanian
21/12/2017
08:07
not at the moment, apart from this one
brwo349
20/12/2017
18:24
Thanks Do you have any good ideas?
rjmahan
19/12/2017
16:17
That's a nice write-up and there are some other good ideas there for me to look at.
brwo349
18/12/2017
21:45
I have put some in this - agree with brwo - looks very very cheap.... Post here: hTTps://deepvalueinvestments.wordpress.com/2017/12/18/infrastructure-india-fund-small-risky-but-good-upside-potential/
rjmahan
18/12/2017
14:13
When investments at fair value through profit or loss are £260M then the liabilities of £25M are so small in comparison I just don't get this at all
brwo349
18/12/2017
11:38
share pick for 2018
brwo349
18/12/2017
11:38
This looks more than a bit undervalued
brwo349
04/12/2017
17:45
Is that it ?There is an awful lot going on here, but it's looking pretty bad. The £1.2 million sell today looks like someone trying to salvage what they can. There is an AGM on the 13th Dec, things may come clearer. But it is clear something is afoot.This could still be a multi- bagger for the wilder investor, but without the proverbial tinted eyewear, this looks like it's it ?
earthmanian
21/7/2017
14:37
Prospective investors can see the tangible assets owned by IlP here http://www.iiplc.com/
earthmanian
20/6/2017
00:08
My guess would be poor institutional backing. Its powerful institutions who can call bad management to account. If there are many small individual shareholders they will be ripe for the picking. This enables no accountability and a sham scam fraud of the highest possible order in all but name.
escapetohome
19/6/2017
22:18
if the end target price is zero, any price to buy in is a 100% loss. Never understand how the shareholders of this rubbish co allow the manager to take such a big cut of fee when all they do is to lose the shareholders money year after year, in a multiyear bull indian market! How the BODS take their fee when they failed their shareholders so badly.
riskvsreward
16/6/2017
16:29
Just looked in after a few months. Glad I jumped ship when I did.....
targatarga
23/5/2017
17:07
A few small moves in the right direction.Could be talks are going well and an announcement will be made soon about the future loan arrangements, and by now the de-monetisation problems in India should be getting less.
earthmanian
16/2/2017
08:23
Im out, £200 loss. Live to fight another day!
escapetohome
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