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JIM Jarvis Securities Plc

2.50 (4.39%)
08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jarvis Securities Plc LSE:JIM London Ordinary Share GB00BKS9NN22 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.50 4.39% 59.50 15,780 16:20:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
57.00 62.00 59.50 57.00 57.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Security Brokers & Dealers 12.6M 4.98M 0.1112 5.35 26.61M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:25 O 10,000 60.00 GBX

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Posted at 10/12/2023 08:20 by Jarvis Securities Daily Update
Jarvis Securities Plc is listed in the Security Brokers & Dealers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JIM. The last closing price for Jarvis Securities was 57p.
Jarvis Securities currently has 44,731,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Jarvis Securities is £26,614,945.
Jarvis Securities has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 5.35.
This morning JIM shares opened at 57p
Posted at 25/11/2023 14:05 by petersinthemarket
Ultra Quiet thread - dead, actually. Is anyone looking in? share price completely hammered and dividends cut.
Does anyone know enough about the implications of the FCA interest to explain where JIM is likely to be headed with this? I don't understand enough of their business to make any decision here. JIM is either a stonking buy at this price, or it's going under without a white knight turning up. Anyone?
Posted at 20/11/2023 13:48 by jody_lloyd
Good afternoon everyone. This is my first post and for transparency, I was a temp at Jarvis until recently. The people in the company make it special and I hope the future will be good to everyone there. I am also a stockholder alongside a number of different companies both in the UK and US.

After reading a few threads here, I am left confused and bewildered with some comments. But the past is just that and the world of finance moves on quickly.

Anyway let's take a view on the stock price.

In my opening statement, I do hold Jarvis Stock. However this is where I am confused by the comments. The valuation of shares to me seems fair, I would look to get in again below 40 as these prices give everyone good opportunities for when the FCA oversight is finished.

Option 1 Jarvis gets a clean bill of health (although a fine is obvious, but we accept this) Jarvis starts growing again and our stock starts to climb again)

Option 2 Jarvis is sold and absorbed into another broker, we receive a decent offer for our shares.

Playing the markets is a risk appetite game, at this price point, my risk appetite is high and will continue building my holdings.

I do not think anyone need to fear a share price drop, however I do agree that you must question the reasons behind the fall. But this is a gift to get in at the lows and enjoy the future.
Posted at 19/11/2023 14:04 by melton john
Always interested in FACTS tenapen, please mention whatever facts you have. You seem surprised that Mr Grant sent you a curt reply, considering your posts what did you expect a love letter? I'm looking hard for reasons to go or stay, you seem to have limited your posts to whatever confirms your negative opinion and whether your intention is to drive down the share price or not that is something that you're helping to do. As I said earlier there is liquidity in JIM so feel free to place a few limit sells over the next week and move on, it's your choice. I know it's a tough choice but is anyone holding a gun to your head?
regards, MJ
Posted at 19/11/2023 13:06 by tenapen
Hi John,
I'm not trying to drive the share price down, but I will say my mind and post facts even if it does make my loses greater. Ex_jimempoyee with it's accusations may or may not have been an ex Jim employee! but I'm convinced Thug is / was am employee, he could be Mr j Head ! and I know from Mr Grants curt reply and screenshot of my posting here, he follows this thread. I want to keep reminding then how much of a disaster, they the Jarvis management have let the company become. They haven't lost a contract to a better company etc, it's all down to their mistakes. Even the update in May about the investigation being completed and FCA signing it off in Q4 was a load of nonsense - the investigation has been widened with no end in sight.
Forgive me for not staying quiet like a dutiful office worker. I'm from the building trades where you tell it straight if someone has ..,.. made a mistake, as i expect other to tell me when I scr3w up.

Posted at 06/11/2023 11:28 by saucepan

For what it is worth, I went through the same dilemma as you when news first broke that JIM was under some kind of financial investigation. In my case, with a Jarvis SIPP valued a little higher than the FCSS security level.

The risk at or below that level is one of inconvenience rather than loss. You have clearly experienced this to your displeasure. As I trade quite actively, I didn't want to be in a position of having assets temporarily frozen.

Whilst I thought the risk of Jarvis failure was small, there is no doubt it increased somewhat in consequence of news of the investigation, and seemed an unnecessary risk to be exposed to. I therefore decided to switch over to Interactive Investor. AJ Bell are competitive, too. I don't think there is substantial financial difference as far as fees are concerned and II certainly has a far better platform.

I have held Jarvis shares for decent periods of time in the past. I only made a technical decision to get out when 300p failed. At the time, I thought the share price had run up too much, too quickly, and was only expecting a retrace. However, it has proved a waterfall decline ever since and I never felt comfortable with a technical setup to get back in. (One of my better trades, I have to say, which is probably why I remember it so well!)

Additionally: I always took some comfort, as far as my SIPP was concerned, that my investments were in the hands of a profitable Company going from strength to strength. It was simply part of a belt and braces approach. Personally, I don't think that extra comfort blanket of security is still there. The dreadful share price action may well intimate that something even more serious than we are aware of is amiss. That is often the case, with private investors being the last to know.

Good luck whatever you decide.
Posted at 06/11/2023 10:17 by n0rbie
Surprised to see people on here quickly believe that someone who suddenly appears with the name “Ex JIM Employee” is who they say they are, at a time when the share price is falling.
Posted at 05/11/2023 10:15 by ex_jim:employee
One would assume that the share price will continue to fall. The current state of affairs is that FCA have to approve almost everything. Andrew Grant is now a figure head due to holding majority shareholding.

The company continue to employ persons with little financial acumen or experience. This is because they do not want to pay a wage for experience.

I lost faith in the ability of this company. Turn-over of staff is horrendous between 2-3 a week. One can only say this is continuing.

Continued breaches and mistakes will continue to be made.

Beware that the FCA will be coming down hard on Jarvis and Andrew Grant is looking for an exit.
Posted at 31/10/2023 16:32 by tenapen
No clinging Thug.

I will continue to take the discounted drip in the expectations JIM will recover. If you had been here before the investigation RNS you would be aware that the jarvis management have a habit of shooting itself in the foot and trashing the share price I have confidence the share price will recover again. I will though sell some into the rising price .

Tell me Thug why did you suddenly start posting here as the font of all jarvis knowledge, just after the investigation RNS. You alone have backed the company and knocked back any dissenting posts ?.
Posted at 28/10/2023 09:54 by tenapen
Also in the circa three months since thier last RNS in August, the Jarvis share price has Lost 36% of its value. This fact alone should prompt some sort of response from the management.

Maybe it's the words from the management in August that caused the share price to fall !.

There's a quandary...... do we want the management to stay quiet, leaving us to suspect how bad they are !. Or do we want them to talk, so confirming how bad they are !.

Mmmmmmmm !!!!
Posted at 08/10/2023 13:23 by tenapen
I notice that chartists are buying JIM shares thinking c100p will prove to be a floor for the share price. I hope so also, but I'm not sure if charts can measure hopeless management! and my word Jarvis management are hopeless. So we will see if 100p holds and if it doesn't.......

In dark times as this, it good to find something to smile about and I found my smile remembering how the Jarvis management decided they didn't want a c800p share price as no-one would buy the shares at 800p So they had on a 1-4 share spit. They got what they wanted - we now have a cheap share ! at today's price c102p and yet no investor wants it.

Hopeless is has hopeless does JIM
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