Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jelf Group LSE:JLF London Ordinary Share GB00B0335117 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 214.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:36:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 82.6 7.4 6.0 35.8 176.38

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billbyrne: Steady, consistant buying moving the share price northwards. Not a bad move up, 10% on a red day for the markets. I think it will continue its move upwards till results 2nd half of Feb. imho.
squaddie: Control 1. You only have to look at the insurance times or any other Insurance publication for details of commission levels. Either JLF,s Commission/Income levels are to low or overheads are to high ?. But the current end profits (EBITDA) are just to low. Until such a time as EBITDA is sorted nothing much will change. I hope your right about passing the others on the way up, but this will only happen when your leaders sort out the profitability of the company and come more in line with the other majors. Your no longer a "regional independent" You are a national company, and the sooner everyone stats to think like this and get the same deals as other nationals the sooner Jlf profits will reflect somthing like the normal. And yes when, or if this happens the share price will look very silly. I still hold and will look to add at this level. Good luck
squaddie: gogoalex. Your quite right this should be a defensive stock, and it's continued fall is worrying. It might have somthing to do with the fact that Jelf have possible the lowest profit to premium ratio in the industry. In regards to my comment about floating on AIM. There are other consolidators that have raised capital without going onto AIM and still taken big wages and bounses, AIM is a present a troubled market and in hindsight I think the results would suggest those companies that chose an alternative have faired better. In regards to the share price, £3.00 would be closer to £75 million. ( based on the current 73.5p giving a market cap of £18.79 million ). Contol1 agree at this level whatever happens its a bargin. ( Even if it's listed on AIM ).
morti1: Starting to worry about this company. I bought shares at 127p and the share price continues to erode away. Any thoughts about the future of this company. Any potential take over interest possible?
squaddie: Control. We are still outside the top 20 and not even that, if you base it on profit instead of premium income. I do think there are consolidators with the money to snap up distressed brokers, and at under £1.00 this share price not unlike many others does look distressed. I agree I don't think its that likley, but with 3i onboard you never know. I just see it as a safty net, we are worth on paper less than 1x premium income, and thats just cheap.
control1: Hi Squaddie, define "big boys" - we will be getting on for nearly half Towergate's size soon so, not so big. Granted, Aon a different kettle of fish and the share price is a bit vunerable but even so, I don't think that there is the money about for this right now....
squaddie: Bigman. Jelf a big consolidator ?. Who are you kidding, they are small fry with to much debt. No doubt they will be bought out by one of the real big boys, but not before the share price reflects the debt they carry. £2 Million profit on £26 turnover and pe ratio of 36. Share price should be 150 ish.
tonyx: RNS Number:9606D Jelf Group PLC 17 September 2007 Jelf Group 17 September 2007 Jelf Group plc Recent share price movements The board of the Jelf Group Plc can see no reason for the recent share price movements. Results for the year are expected to be in line with expectations and current trading remains strong. - Ends -
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