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
  +4.00p +0.74% 544.00p 542.00p 546.00p 544.00p 540.00p 540.00p 4,025 08:35:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 8.3 3.6 26.5 20.6 59.58

Jarvis Securities Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/1/2018
16:37
The trick is only to trade "at best" if you get a quote well inside the spread and, otherwise, to use limit orders where you choose the price. Of course, the market can move against you and you can then kick yourself for not accepting the quote. It is essential to have a live quote running in a separate window, such as available on advfn or one of its competitors. Judgement is all.
steelwatch
23/1/2018
16:11
thanks all. most helpful and cautions noted. the smaller company issue is a bit of a worry
janeann
23/1/2018
15:20
I still have a small amount in my x-o account. Quotes on smaller companies can be uncompetitive compared to IGG and HL. Dealing fees are no longer the cheapest as IGG is a fiver a trade for frequent users. On the plus side there is no quarterly charge for infrequent use that others would charge for their sharedealing/ISAs. The website is fairly basic and logs you out after 10-15mins. No use for an active trader. In summary, OK for infrequent investments in larger companies.
phowdo
23/1/2018
15:13
many thanks
janeann
23/1/2018
15:08
Yes, limits and stops + settlement periods up to T20. The perk only related to sharedealactive accounts. When x-o has always been £5,95.
steelwatch
23/1/2018
14:56
thanks steelwatch - as i read it one doesnt need to hold jim shares (may be wrong but havent found anything to indicate it yet) anymore but what started me looking was contemplating an investmnet in jim. Is x-o ok with limit orders and the likes? thanks
janeann
23/1/2018
14:34
Hi Janeann. I've been with Jarvis since 2004, originally via a sharedealactive account which, at the time, offered a very competitive £9.50 per trade, but that came down to £5.95 when a perk derived from holding some JIM shares in the account was introduced, (the minimum escapes me, but was either 500 or 1000). I subsequently opened an x-o ISA which has a standard £5.95 commission charge and subsequently rolled all my JIM into that, but still benefit the perk on sharedealactive trades. Both x-o and sharedealactive offer basically the same online trading platform, though the latter permits telephone dealing. I can't compare with competitor sites having only previously been with a local High Street broker.
steelwatch
23/1/2018
13:45
Just wondering any of you folk use any of their share dealing services ISAs SIPPs etc. e.g there x-o dealing acc? If so any comments on how they are and how they compare t other low cost providers. Certainly on the cost basis they seem at the lower end?
janeann
22/1/2018
12:23
Chart looks ready for a run higher, hopefully trading has remained strong, wider market conditions seem pretty favourable.
its the oxman
18/1/2018
18:49
Hi, its the OXMAN, I wish you well and hope you get your price :-) I'm looking forward to the results next month and it will soon be Dividend declaration time agian. Hopefully the share price stays lower so the DRIP's get a good haul. Regards.
tenapen
18/1/2018
08:20
Added 520p - hopefully the right thing to do.
its the oxman
12/1/2018
09:15
Bought a few this morning - hoping for decent results and dividend and maybe a break through 600p.
its the oxman
11/1/2018
18:47
I'll have to bookmark the link as it won't let me get there from the Jarvis website anymore. It now seems to require registration with a WH Ireland contact person and the company won't give me one.
gsbmba99
11/1/2018
17:11
WHI's most recent published target is £6, but that was last August. Presumably nothing has changed: http://research.whirelandplc.com/research/public.asp?domain=jarvisim.co.uk
steelwatch
11/1/2018
16:46
firtashia Can't say I have ever seen this happen unless its a WH Ireland forecast as they seem incapable of interfacing with the sites that collate forecasts. Here AFAIAA its a WHI forecast and I strongly suspect its both in the wrong column (i.e FY18 not FY17) and too conservative.
shanklin
11/1/2018
16:43
Shanklin- Ive noticed that in some cases broker forecasts for a financial year "disappear" from my screens once that year has elapsed but before the results are issued, I assume thats what's happened here. Got 33.2p EPS for FY18 too.
firtashia
11/1/2018
16:37
Weldone, As i do, I have been buying small ammounts when i have the money. Regards
tenapen
11/1/2018
13:11
Top up for me too.
melton john
11/1/2018
12:29
Stockopedia and REFS are both a bit of a mess with respect to JIM broker forecasts. REFS has no forecast for 2017 and a forecast for 2018 (which I think should be for 2017) showing EPS of 33.2p and dividend of 23p from 22-Dec. This is almost certainly light on the dividend front given the last 4 divis total 23.5p, as well as probably on the EPS front. All IMHO. Anyway, with today's share price drop, have added a few to my holding here. Results last year were on 16-Feb.
shanklin
09/1/2018
20:05
Hi Steelwatch, Im a very basic buy and hold merchant :-) so none of the above for me. Regards.
tenapen
09/1/2018
19:35
Ha! Beat me to it ten. Not bought any ITs or ETFs recently, so a new one on me.
steelwatch
09/1/2018
19:30
http://www.sharedealactive.co.uk/important-info.html#info-19
steelwatch
09/1/2018
19:23
Hi Trewsa, Front page of the sharedealactive web-site - In Red Https://www.sharedealactive.co.uk/ Important Information Please note that there is an issue activating accounts on line so please call our Dealing desk on 01892 510515. | Key Information Documents (KIDs) 1st January 2018 Key Information Documents (KIDs) From 1st January 2018 the Packaged Retail and Insurance-based Investment Products Regulation ("PRIIPs Regulation") will come into force which aims to increase the transparency and comparability of certain investment products through a Key Information Document (KID). Examples of investments covered by the PRIIPs regulation include: Non-UCITs* Retail Schemes Exchange Traded Derivatives Structured Products Cont...
tenapen
09/1/2018
18:55
They will not let me buy investment trusts without saying I have read the KID-but they don't give any link to it.Crazy.
trewsa
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