|Jap. Leisure H.
||EPS - Basic
||Market Cap (m)
|Travel & Leisure
Jap. Leisure H. Share Discussion Threads
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I invested after their media campaign but regret it. I saw it as a relatively defensive stock given the industry with good potential. Sold more recently at nearly 40% loss.
Unimpressed with lack of contactability of Board.
I hope they go on to lose their money.|
|Yes. Not happy with the statement. They seem to be selling the company at one third of asset value.|
anyone actually hold these?|
|i sold yesterday - that caused the drop - a pitiful sale -shows there is not much support|
|don't they do in japan anymore.|
|ffs - my sale didnt go through!
still have the dog but worth even less
glad i got into BPC though - have recouped losses in 1 week|
|ages back - yes|
|gavapentin - did you buy after seeing them on the bbc news?|
|I am out - crock of s...|
|thinking about them and may get some soon.
so could be two muppets here :)
|Am I the only muppet holding these?
|Bit annoying really
Get a grip Board|
|Reaction from Hardman -
"We have reduced our estimates for Japan Leisure Hotels following a cautious trading statement this morning. Even so, we still expect 2010 to be better than 2009, in terms of revenue, EBITDA, profit, eps and dividend".
|New Year's tip in Investors Chronicle.|
|Nice spike of late
Anyone any wiser?|
|Couldn't find anything to explain it. Never mind, we're heading north again on the back of the half-yearly report...
Would be nice to see the funding for the much-promised acquisitions in place with some timescales, but still encouraging.|
|Anyone explain the drop???|
I agree that capital-raising could temporarily depress the sp, but longer-term holders should see the temporary depreciation as unimportant.
Also, you're quite right - this business isn't recession-proof, and there are other sector operators with problems.
However, the debt/management issues of other operators are irrelevant as I'm not invested in those. The figures show this particular business is doing well in this particular recession.
That said, it is indeed still a highly speculative investment but one that's worth considering, AIMHO.
|And if the company wants to buy more hotels, as they say in the annual report, then they will have to raise fresh capital, which is likely to depress the share price. So not a great bargain, in my view.
PS They also say that there are quite a number of fianncially distressed Leisure hotel operators in Japan: this gives the lie to the idea that this business is recession-proof.|
|Property companies nearly always trade at a discount to NAV. The same is often true of hotel companies as well.|
|Looking through their recent accounts I see that at the present exchange rate they quote a NAV of 91p per share.
So plenty of upside to come in the future.|
|Really tickled my fancy this one also decided to have a modest punt.
Think I might book a room one day.
Pigs might fly as well.|
|I am in.
Strong, if stalled economy.
Oldest two trades in the world.
Recession proof and growth prospects great.
Obviously a good PR machine too.|