Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jarvis Securities LSE:JIM London Ordinary Share GB00B013J330 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +5.00p +0.83% 607.50p 600.00p 615.00p 617.50p 602.50p 602.50p 12,199 12:22:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 8.3 3.6 26.5 23.0 66.53

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08/11/2017
18:45
A comparison with Share, thanks to Stockopedia. Not difficult to see why Jim gets a higher valuation in spite of a bigger turnover with Share, Jim has a much higher margin, net income and dividend yield ........................JIM.................SHRE Market Cap £M...........67.3...............35.2 Enterprise Value £M.....50.0...............28.7 Turnover £m..............9.20..............16.3 Net Income £m............3.44...............0.62 P/E Ratio...............19.6...............33.3 Price to Sales..........7.32................2.16 Price to Book...........12.4................1.99 Dividend Yield..........3.21................1.02 Return on Capital %.....79.0................-4.29 Return on Equity %......70.7.................3.49 Operating Margin %......46.5................-4.98 Forecast Valuation & Growth P/E Ratio...............19.8.................63.6 EPS Growth %............15.6.................-6.23 Dividend Yield %........3.47..................2.13 PEG Ratio...............1.47..................n/a
melton john
08/11/2017
17:23
So that makes 23.5p dividend for the year. Upgraded expectations dating back to May (I think) were 22p this year and 23p next year. If the 2/3 dividend policy holds true, the 23.5p dividend would point to 23.5/.666 = 35.3p (ish) worth of earnings unless they are paying out a larger proportion of earnings. If 35.3p is accurate, that would be 17.3p in 1H and 18p in 2H. My impression from SHRE update was that Q3 trading volumes were up only modestly (4%) on 3Q16. Very much hoping that full year results will show good growth in interest income.
gsbmba99
08/11/2017
15:54
Another excellent dividend. Well doneJIM.
nickk1
08/11/2017
15:49
New dividend announced. 6.75p. All looking good here.
evaluate
03/11/2017
15:27
In light of the bank base rate increase, HL are returning interest rates to the level they were at prior to the base rate cut last August. It's now 0.05% for balances above £5,000 (except cash ISA). It was 0% across the board. As a result, HL will be keeping 80% of the increase in the base rate for themselves.
gsbmba99
02/11/2017
14:20
Hi steelwatch, Im still rocking the DRIP and so a lower share price gives me more shares. Anyway we got the rise in interest rates and hopefully the Divi declaration next week will be good with possibly a wee forward looking statement added !. Regards.
tenapen
31/10/2017
17:26
ten - no complaints here ;-)
steelwatch
31/10/2017
14:04
Something was known at 11 am this morning to cause the buying !. Unless the dividend is increased ! The allocated DRIP shares will be lower with the share price so high. Regards.
tenapen
24/10/2017
06:32
SHRE trading update today. Revenue excluding interest is +29%. This is likely heavily impacted by acquisitions. Dealing commission was +54% but trading volumes were +4% on Q316. Their Compeer data says that their peer group saw trading volumes decrease by 6% and dealing commission decline by 14%. Unclear how much of the decrease was driven by Barclays who are part of the peer group. Fee income was +2%. Interest income (5% of revs) +40% but SHRE were earning next to nothing on client deposits so can't read across to JIM. Client cash is £360m. Very hard to judge impact on JIM. Any growth is positive since JIM 2H17 forecasts assumes no growth. Peer group declines in trading concerning but may be partly or wholly driven by Barclays.
gsbmba99
20/10/2017
18:07
Hi Steelwatch, It is nice to see the share price at 'All time highs' but with the dividend decaration coming on the 9th November or less than three weeks away, a higher share price could mean less shares coming in the DRIP !. Regards.
tenapen
19/10/2017
18:31
All time highs :o)
steelwatch
19/10/2017
15:50
Topped up earlier today and then read that Naked Trader has been buying. This will have caused the late flurry of Buys in the last hour. The rally should continue tomorrow. "I bought a stockbroker! Jarvis Group (JIM) which owns X-o which a lot of people use for their isas. Profits are rising fast and the cash under its own admin rose more than 15%. With Barclays terrible new stockbrokers service driving a lot of its customers away I'd have thought Jarvis will benefit."
martinthebrave
17/10/2017
09:08
At my age I'm not looking for rocket ships that rise and fall and require constant attention. Cruise ships that make steady progress while you sleep or get on with your life are my ideal. I think this ship is in safe hands and should go on making a profit what ever the market is doing and paying a good dividend. A core hold for me.
melton john
17/10/2017
08:51
Yep, I bought at circa £3.20 with a target of £5.00 so sold a month or so ago. It looks like the prospective interest rate rise is giving it impetus. GLAH.
shanklin
17/10/2017
08:31
3yr high. :))
melton john
13/10/2017
16:46
I have held JIM for nearly a decade now and in all of that time i do not recall ever seeing Jarvis / platforms mentioned in the press. Today the Daily Mail online have a piece on brokers and their costs. ShareDeal active and X-O get a mention. Http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/diyinvesting/article-4969684/Best-investing-platforms-investment-trusts-revealed.html The cheapest and most expensive DIY investing platforms to hold investment trusts revealed - BUT always look beyond the price tag Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/diyinvesting/article-4969684/Best-investing-platforms-investment-trusts-revealed.html#ixzz4vPKexVrJ Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
tenapen
13/10/2017
14:10
I picked up another big 50 JIM shares today after reading the recient results from Hargreaves Lansdown who had theselves picked up some extra clients after brokerage problems at another provider. I'm hoping Jarvis have also benifited from [Barclays] recient stockbroker problems !. Https://www.investegate.co.uk/hargreaves-lansdown--hl--/rns/interim-management-statement/201710110700032525T/
tenapen
17/9/2017
17:10
Http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/comment/article-4890600/JEFF-PRESTRIDGE-Lucky-seven-new-People-s-Trust.html JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Is it lucky seven for new People’s Trust, as it targets 7% annual return for seven years? By Jeff Prestridge for The Mail on Sunday Published: 21:54, 16 September 2017 | Updated: 16:54, 17 September 2017 --- Thanks P....45
tenapen
13/9/2017
17:02
I checked the DRIP payment over the weekend and it was not payed in. Looking again just nowthe shares have been added, the statement says they payed on the 7th , not true, not that it matters. I had to 'make a payment' also and i see that they have updated the paying in form, so much cleaner and easier to use :-) Regards.
tenapen
13/9/2017
16:13
Hi , yes I checked before my previous post and nothing. All there now. Cheers. Strange timing, happens a lot in all sorts of things, just when my patience runs out and almost just before I pick the phone up to complain, things happen/arrive. I wish I had a sixth sense for picking shares too. :-)
melton john
13/9/2017
15:13
MJ - yes. Credited 7 September to my x-o a/c. Is it that you haven't received the letter yet? If so, check your nominee a/c and cash summary to see whether any residual amount credited.
steelwatch
13/9/2017
14:27
Has the cash divi been paid yet? Lack of drip shares in my account so far.
melton john
08/9/2017
15:08
Only comment I have is that they seem to be companies who are a bit desperate for cash for instance Toople, nicknamed Topple by BB contributors, although I haven't looked into all of them. Better to take the commission and forget about them until a really good IPO comes along then shout about it. I hope oneday we will get a slice of decent IPO's.
melton john
08/9/2017
14:57
tenapen I think the opposite of Peter it gives us an indication of how busy they are. I think it helps busy people who just want to check once every couple of weeks to see how there investment is doing.
poacher45
08/9/2017
14:22
No offence taken Peter, The answer is 'no reason', I will post them no more. Regards.
tenapen
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