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Jarvis Securities Plc

5.00 (3.23%)
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
  5.00 3.23% 160.00 11,477 16:27:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
155.00 165.00 160.00 155.00 155.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Security Brokers & Dealers 12.60 4.98 - 13.86 71.57
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:26:51 O 3,156 161.40 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
30/5/202309:55JIM - JARVIS SECURITIES PLC - Online Broker3,073
05/8/202121:36good investment2
28/7/201710:16jim interest-
21/11/201514:02THE ZULU PRINCIPLE 2003-4 - JIM SLATER STOCKS229
16/6/201014:15Stockbroker with Newspaper deal1

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Posted at 30/5/2023 09:55 by maddox
With Bank Rate now projected to exceed 5% - this will underpin the Brokers' dividend forecast of 12p. So, great opportunity for income seekers to lock-in a prospective 7.7% yield at current c. 155p share price and with dividends paid quarterly in relatively equal chunks; which is a rare and very attractive feature that tends to get overlooked.

Just need to get past this FCA review to remove the risk and the investment case should look compelling.

Posted at 26/5/2023 13:36 by evaluate
It looks like interest rates are going up further.

Makes it much easier for JIM - a great hedge against interest rates going up at this price.

Posted at 11/5/2023 14:40 by evaluate
Solid sign that the management at JIM are happy that things are improving.

I don't think they would have raised the dividend if the ongoing review was likely to come up with any serious bad news.

Posted at 11/5/2023 14:34 by nk104
Maybe that's just 'payback' for the one 2.5p dividend.

Still, it's a very decent yield at the current price.

Posted at 11/5/2023 14:08 by cwa1
Solid, small increase...

11 May 2023

Jarvis Securities plc

("Jarvis" or "the Company")


The Board of Jarvis announces that it is declaring a second quarterly interim dividend of 3.5 pence per share, to be paid on 13 June 2023 to shareholders on the register on 19 May 2023 and the shares will become ex-dividend on 18 May 2023.


A Dividend Reinvestment Plan is being offered and the final date for elections for reinvestment of the second quarterly interim dividend is 2 June 2023. Any shareholder requiring further information should contact the Company.

Posted at 29/3/2023 13:08 by maddox
Just looking at the Annual Report for FY22 – a black and white A4 document not even stapled together this year – no money wasted on a glossy brochure – absolutely fine by me. The revenue breakdown provides the only colour - to the results at least, FY 2022 on FY 2021:

Gross interest......+21%
Commissions ........-36%
Fee income .........-14%
Total revenue ......-12%
Op profit ..........-20%

This illustrates how closely aligned JIM’s revenue is to trading volumes (down 32% my estimate) as retail customers have turned away from the market.

Interest income OTOH lags – I calculate that JIM earnt just 1.7% on their held funds (down 6% to £335m) – so we will probably see an increased contribution as BoE rate increases are reflected.

JIM has attractive quality metrics, tight cost control and is highly geared – but unfortunately very subject to retail market sentiment. This effect will of course work in both directions – when market sentiment changes, and at some point, it will, we can expect an immediate revenue recovery. In the meantime, JIM is offering contrarian investors the opportunity to lock in a highly attractive c. 8% yield*.
(* I'm assuming that the dividend will be maintained at 11.5p)

Regards Maddox

Posted at 15/3/2023 09:04 by melton john
Thanks, now I'm with you. This is a point I've been making for years. When people shifted out of safe bank accounts into shares JIM got more business. Market up, customers buying, market down customers selling. Commission income either way. If customers park cash in their account temporarily waiting for buying opportunities, JIM gets the interest. It's how they keep the costs down, things like no custody charges and lower dealing cost. I just read an ISA comparison on Moneyweek, I think it was, which is very revealing on charges where a lot give a couple of % on cash but skin you every which way. I won't be changing either to a cash ISA for sure from past experience, tax free but rubbish interest rates. I agree on the future, just a blip at present, I've seen many.
Posted at 09/3/2023 11:12 by maddox
JIM are suffering from highly inept Regulators. Rather than tackle the firms that they have concerns about directly - they pursue JIM that provides the platform on which they operate?!? As a consequence the jettisoned firms have just moved to a different provider - so what is the point of that?
Posted at 16/9/2022 17:12 by thrugelmir
The only alternative to voluntary is enforced. As always it's uncertainty that spooks the market. More often or not there's a disportionate over reaction when speculation rather than fact drives the share price. Nothing like a stampede for the exits to send a share price tumbling. That's the psychology of herd investing.
Posted at 15/3/2021 18:20 by tenapen

Trade Volumes are still good !.

With the JIM share price going higher ! its moments like this that make me thankfull i have been taking the DRIP for all of these years. If i'd taken the cash i would have lost it on one of my Jam tomorrow shares. Loving the DRIP :-)


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