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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
J Smart & Co LSE:SMJ London Ordinary Share GB00B76BK617 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 109.50p 107.00p 112.00p 109.50p 109.50p 109.50p 0 08:00:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 10.7 5.3 10.9 10.0 47.76

J Smart & Co Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/10/2018
15:27
Looking at it the other way, maybe a property market crash will take care of that discount?
arthur_lame_stocks
25/10/2018
15:10
A change at the top of the family probably required.....?? Resulting in a change of objectives and succession planning.....
timnorris
25/10/2018
14:57
Buy these and wait forever to realise any value, given the controlling interests. or they take it private. Construction companies have done this before: Tolent, Pochin's.
jonwig
25/10/2018
14:54
in the meantime, i'm happy to collect those dividends
spob
25/10/2018
14:52
time i guess if you fill your basket with lots of companies like this, eventually something good will happen
spob
25/10/2018
14:29
50% discount to NAV.....appears screaming value.....but whats going to close the gap?!
timnorris
25/10/2018
14:28
50% discount to NAV.....appears screaming value.....but whats going to close the gap?!
timnorris
25/10/2018
12:53
Final Results https://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&;article=78536432
spob
05/3/2018
10:47
Website - Https://www.jsmart.co.uk/company-information/ 108p Mcap £48.1m, Nos 44.5m 1 Year 5 Year
spob
17/11/2017
14:40
You're right; there is now a 3m pension surplus as well as 18m net cash and 64m of property so the share looks remarkably cheap as ever.
mw8156
17/11/2017
08:52
Read the Annual Report.Pension appears to be in surplus.Contributions are going up a couple of %.Dont see it as a problem.
russman
29/10/2017
22:14
also good to see they treat their employees well by sticking to the terms of the pension scheme even though it was closed in 2003; seems like a decent outfit with old-fashioned but excellent sort of Calvinist culture to do the right thing by employees and shareholders.
mw8156
29/10/2017
10:57
The Chairman and family are good to the other shareholders, though; they do not take too much out of the company and waive the divi not taking it for themselves.
mw8156
27/10/2017
17:09
Blimey this Chairman has to be the most glass "half-empty" Chairman on the LSE. Doom and gloom every time! Still a value play.
topvest
27/10/2017
08:56
Cannot see the last triennial valuation. Have to wait for the annual report.
russman
26/10/2017
12:40
seems they have 45m shares and 21m net in cash but there is a pension deficit?
mw8156
26/10/2017
10:59
There is 26m in cash.Just make a tender offer to the minority.
russman
20/10/2017
10:25
The share price moved.
russman
07/2/2017
11:11
Results continue to improve.
sirhedgealot
18/12/2015
09:58
Please note that the market cap on the advfn quote page is incorrect. Their market cap is actually a couple of percentage points lower than quoted due to the fact advfn hasn't rebased it following share buybacks. Fingers crossed more buybacks to come if the market opportunity arises
little beaker
11/12/2015
17:05
Hi Glassboy, if they are listening to me then we should probably be worried! Agree it is one to be patient with and if they can mop up shares at these levels then we should do alright in time. From their website they have a couple of sizeable housing projects underway which will hopefully help things along this year.
prop_joe
11/12/2015
13:26
Seems they are listening to you Joe, 50000 bought back today. Will be interesting to see how the proposed boost to Housing Association builds develops over the next few years. And whether the healthier construction / property sector finally helps Smart get turnover and profits back up. One to be patient with. Gb
glassboy
08/12/2015
11:00
Thanks Russman, Shows what a prudent bunch they are to keep so much cash on hand. I'm hoping that they use some of it to buy back more shares. Cash isn't earning much interest and reducing the number of shares in issue increases net assets attributable to each remaining share. Regards
prop_joe
08/12/2015
10:39
I read the Annual Report & you are correct, "monies on deposit" are cash balances on deposit longer than 3 months. It all helps.
russman
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