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JLEN Jlen Environmental Assets Group Limited

-1.10 (-1.27%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Jlen Environmental Assets Group Limited JLEN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-1.10 -1.27% 85.70 16:35:15
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
86.80 85.00 86.80 85.70 86.80
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Posted at 24/5/2024 14:26 by williamcooper104
Where's JLEN has a 15.3% market implied yield at a relatively low leverage level (they've got quite a bit of holdco leverage but that looks like it's currently reflecting fully higher rates so there's upside on a fall in rates)
Posted at 22/5/2024 21:34 by pjw956
broker upgrade today...

Barclays raises JLEN Environmental Assets to 'overweight' (equal-weight) - price target 110 pence
Posted at 20/5/2024 10:02 by route1
There was indeed an RNS on the 18th May last year, which included the dividend targets for 2023/2024 and the NAV.As of last Friday when no RNS was announced I contacted Foresight group management for clarity.However there was no response to my enquiry.It seems, according to Yahoo finance, that we will now have to wait until 13th June for the earnings report.
Posted at 16/5/2024 14:11 by hugepants
Checking back to last year there was a NAV update and dividend announcement in mid May. So should be one imminent. Maybe that will spark some life into this stock.
Posted at 10/5/2024 12:36 by cousinit
I have been kicking the tyres on a few. Some seem to have reasonable exposure to power prices. JLEN NAV seems fairly sensitive to power prices, so any reduction in discount rates, in the short term, could be countered with falls driven by the power price forward curve.

It does hedge 2-3 years out (like NESF) so the dividend should be protected.
Posted at 10/5/2024 11:35 by hugepants
A lot of these renewable type trusts still look bombed out, and close to all time lows, despite the strength in the FTSE. eg.

JLEN 8.4% yield
ROOF 8% yield
AERS 8% yield
GSEO 7.5% yield but almost no gearing.
Posted at 25/3/2024 11:48 by fordtin
route1 - re "where I might achieve a 6.6% yield"

There are plenty of options, but be aware some companies cancel or cut their dividends when their directors and managemment screw up!
Probably best to limit the amount invested in any individual company or fund to spread the risk.

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Posted at 25/3/2024 08:08 by route1
Many thanks for your somewhat comforting comments.I certainly hope that they take the necessary steps to keep the show on the road.They normally announce their forecast dividend yield for the upcoming year around May, pleased that I received the expected dividend last week.I would be interested, from your comments to know where I might achieve a 6.6% yield to replace my current income from JLEN in the event of a windup.In the meantime I will hope to navigate these choppy waters and that the " show remains firmly on the road "Regards.
Posted at 24/3/2024 09:30 by route1
I have never contemplated JLEN winding up or for that matter winding down.I have a very large holding here and as an Expat retiree rely heavily on the dividendof nearly 8% per annum.In fact I receive almost the same amount from the dividend as I do from my frozen UKstate pension.I am both surprised and horrified to read these comments about the Company,which I understand is managed by Foresight group PLC who actively manage more than 30 projects across the renewables sector.I do therefore wonder if I am missing or have misunderstood something here?
Posted at 19/1/2024 13:54 by topvest
Purchased a few more today. Its very good value. Good dividend cover,lowish leverage, nearly 8% dividend yield,18% discount, possible bid target. Not a big fan on AD but its a market that should get better.

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