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JLEN Jlen Environmental Assets Group Limited

-0.20 (-0.23%)
Last Updated: 10:16:48
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jlen Environmental Assets Group Limited LSE:JLEN London Ordinary Share GG00BJL5FH87 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.20 -0.23% 87.60 197,345 10:16:48
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
87.60 88.40 88.60 87.40 87.40
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Investment Advice 108.45M 98.3M 0.1486 5.90 579.5M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:16:29 O 2 88.048 GBX

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15/9/201623:11John Laing Environmental Assets Group4

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Posted at 19/4/2024 09:20 by Jlen Environmental Assets Daily Update
Jlen Environmental Assets Group Limited is listed in the Investment Advice sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JLEN. The last closing price for Jlen Environmental Assets was 87.80p.
Jlen Environmental Assets currently has 661,531,229 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Jlen Environmental Assets is £579,501,357.
Jlen Environmental Assets has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 5.90.
This morning JLEN shares opened at 87.40p
Posted at 19/4/2024 09:22 by edwardt
Power price moving higher should help. Resource nationalism back en vogue all of a sudden
Posted at 12/4/2024 13:15 by spoole5
Yes agreed, there is increasingly becoming little to no point in these assets remaining within listed vehicles if this persists. Sales elsewhere achieving nav or close but share prices don't move.
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 23/3/2024 08:22 by tag57
I would certainly prefer for JLEN to continue. Bought for income and not too bothered about the share price swings other than how it effects my compounding.
I already have two investments in wind down and it is just a long drawn out process.
Posted at 20/3/2024 02:46 by route1
Indeed, a very interesting article, and thanks for sharing.It leaves me wondering, probably along with everyone else holding JLEN, what exactly would be the catalyst to reverse the decline in the share price?
Posted at 14/11/2023 14:47 by pavey ark
Had a top up this morning .
I held from a hair over 100p and just happy to chunter along with the yield but recently had a close look and things had got rather silly so decided to buy more.

Always liked JLEN and looking back through the posts I see a number of posters share my view.

Hold a number of renewables and recently bought TRIG but I always have had a liking for JLEN.....much to like......very diverse and rather innovative.
Posted at 01/11/2023 15:37 by riverman77
I prefer to also look at the dividend cover - I believe JLEN was 1.5x covered last time I looked, while GSF was uncovered. If you factor this in then JLEN arguably looks cheaper on a simple cashflow yield basis. I'd also note that JLEN (and its peers) provide a growing, inflation linked yield so wouldn't necessarily do a direct comparison with a 4% fixed interest rate with no inflation protection.
Posted at 28/9/2022 08:35 by mrnumpty
The explanation for the slump in the share price of JLEN is to be found on the page 4 of today’s Telegraph in an article titled “ Starmer : Power to the people will lower bills : Labour wants publicly owned national energy company to generate cheap and green electricity “ . Starmer wants to create a body to be called Great British Energy , using an £ 8 billion National Wealth Fund to increase green electricity generation , and he says he will do this within a year of coming to power . However , whilst the crises which this country has been staggering through for the last two-and-a-half years ( exacerbated by current government incompetence in my humble opinion ) seem to be making a Lab government increasingly likely , the next General Election doesn’t have to take place until two years , plus up to a year for Starmer to realise his dream , JLEN could surely move in to Green projects in other countries . Also , in my humble opinion , whilst the thought of a Socialist , taxpayer-funded Green juggernaut competing with JLEN is a concern , JLEN is currently at an extremely cheap price-earnings ratio of 3.84 and has a dividend yield of 6.17% . Do your own research , but I suspect that the horse has already bolted on
the share price of JLEN , so I’ll remain here . However , this is yet another proof of Mr Numpty’s First Rule of Investing : there’s no investment which can’t be messed up by politicians ( that group which , being protected by gold-plated pensions and living within a bastion of special , largely hidden privileges , has no need whatsoever to have private investments ) .
Posted at 11/6/2021 11:12 by gateside
JLEN share price will go nowhere till that NAV improves.

This is my worst performer in my portfolio in 2021
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