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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
John Lewis Of Hungerford Plc LSE:JLH London Ordinary Share GB0004773148 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.39 2,155 08:00:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.38 1.40 1.39 1.36 1.36
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 7.88 0.08 0.11 12.6 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:18:05 O 2,155 1.3801 GBX

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John Lewis Of Hungerford Daily Update: John Lewis Of Hungerford Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JLH. The last closing price for John Lewis Of Hungerford was 1.39p.
John Lewis Of Hungerford Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.36p and a 12 week average price of 1.36p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.88p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.03p.
There are currently 186,745,519 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,480 shares. The market capitalisation of John Lewis Of Hungerford Plc is £2,595,762.71.
bapodra_investments: Graham1TY - When I have ever stated that Kiran is not a female? If I have ever referred to Kiran as not a female then that can only be a typo but again not sure what you are trying to demonstrate or what your point is. I have acknowledged that Alan Charlton is a Director who has a significant stake. If you read my post then you should clearly be able to read that. I do not agree with you that an ordinary executive of a listed company is never highly paid. I do not agree with the 'never'. There are many ordinary executives of listed companies who are very highly paid when compared to those who are struggling with the current inflationary pressures and cost of living crisis. If you look (I am not going to do the research/analysis for you) at those companies which have multibagged x100 or provided its long term investors with stellar returns which have in turn created long term wealth for them then just have a look at the shareholdings of those companies. I will allow you to conduct your own research and then you can see the results for yourself. Again apologies but large institutional sellers who invest in companies for their investment funds/trusts have to sell to realise their gains so that it can be reflected in their funds/trusts annual returns. Other institutional investors will be holding shares for their clients/customers who can sell at any time to realise profits/losses for themselves. Only long term investors are happy to hold and the fact that the share price is not rising even though it revenues are the highest they have ever been suggests something afoot such as a seller where the buyers are not able to compensate for. You state you are one of the signifiant shareholders. Which one? If you are going to state that then please do share which significant shareholder you are on the list. I agree JLH is a great little company with a very low share price and market cap. When I look at its revenues they are increasing which is great to see but it will be interesting to see if that is sustainable going forwards. Two key things for me are whether JLH can be consistently profitable in the future and that is yet to be confirmed and whether it can effectively manage/service its debt and keep that as low as possible. Free cash flow is another thing which will be worth assessing for JLH in the future. In my view JLH is one of the hidden gems on AIM and in its 50th year has delivered its highest revenues.
graham1ty: Bapodra, first, if you knew anything about JLH you would know that Kiran is a female. Secondly, Alan Charlton is a Director and has a significant stake. For the other Directors, I am not sure where you think they would suddenly find the money to build a vast stake. For an ordinary executive, never highly paid, to accumulate even a, say, £50,000 stake ( ignoring options) is actually very different. I doubt if Kiran has ever had a spare £50,000 lying around. The Executives are handsomely incentivised through options. When the options were issued, the Board accepted that JLH had not performed well, and that they should be set at a level that was truly challenging. Kiran has 9 million options. They are only exercisable once the share price reaches 3p. If the Board can get the share price back to that level, she deserves every one of those shares, and would have a stake of 4.8% of the Company. You comment on “too many significant shareholders who are not Directors”. Is that not the case in most companies ? Yes, there are a lot of large shareholders, who like the Company, know it well, and are happy to hold. They are not going to be doing any “excessive selling”. It is well known that John Lewis is retired ( though still passionate about the business) and has been selling down his stake. This is his “pension”;. However, each time he has sold, his shares have been snapped up, and there has never been an overhang, or any detrimental effect on the share price. On most other things, I agree. JLH is a cracking little company, in its 50th year, with a lot to celebrate. And I am one of those significant shareholders
bapodra_investments: If you look at my previous post one concern I have is that Kiran Noonan the Managing Director and Acting Chairman does not have a significant stake in the company as per above. Yes Alan Charlton does but what about Kiran Noonan? I am not sure what Nico115 thinks? With the share price and market cap so low I would expect him to dip his hands in his pocket and be a significant investor in JLH but instead we have Mr David Stredder on the list which is related to Spreadex so make of that what you must. There seems to be too many significant shareholders which are not the directors of the company which can lead to excessive selling of the shares and this may be a reason why the share price and market cap is so low. What do you think Nico115?
bapodra_investments: clocktower - However the market is a forward discounting mechanism so it is looking around six months in the advance and that is the share price and market caps we see today. I am not sure I agree with your view on that. However, I do agree with the inflationary pressures people may be putting off new kitchens or it certainly will not be a priority right now. That could be having an impact if we are looking ahead but I don't think we have ever seen the price connect with the fact that JLH is about to deliver record revenues in his entire history. We have never seen that in the share price and market cap in my view. For me the key is can JLH be consistently profitable and managed its debts effectively and I wonder if those two things combined with the fact that investors may not want to invest in a company that delivers a kitchen and installs it into homes as a business they want exposure too so the demand for the shares on UK AIM market may be very low.
bapodra_investments: I think some updates here would be nice especially on the revenues front as JLH is about to record it highest ever revenues and I look at the share price and market cap and I think WOW am I missing something here. This seems insanely undervalued compared to the 90% of junk listed on AIM. JLH is a real business which is increasing revenues and yet there are utter garbage shares which have a higher share price and market cap. I think JLH is a news driven share and the news/updates seem to be scarce so this is a very slow burner but when it burns boy is it going to be HOT!!!
bapodra_investments: kash - Yes a trading update would be nice especially if JLH are on course to make record revenues in its entire history. You make a valid point about order book and hopefully the trading update can provide us with some sort of forward visibility on this. The cost of living crisis will have an impact but just how much on the likes of JLH is yet to be seen. Yes I have enough shares too but if the share price were to decline significantly then I would buy more but I am pretty comfortable at the moment and my investments are profitable in JLH. My experience of AIM listed companies and nano caps are that when their market caps start racing ahead and they do not have the revenues or profits to support them then the share price normally experiences weakness. I am not saying that will happen with Blackbird but it is not one for me at this moment in time. I like Gfinity as I think the majority of the downside is priced into the share price and market cap. For me it is all about timing and if one can identify companies which are likely to increase revenues and are close to profitability with a low share price and market cap then the 'LIKELIHOOD' of major upside increases.
bapodra_investments: Of all my investments this is the most puzzling/baffling one. JLH is demonstrating increasing revenues. JLH is demonstrating profitability. JLH has manageable debt which is not excessive. JLH is expanding and growing with the COVID Pandemic now behind it. JLH has a market cap and share price which does not factor in its revenues and profits which seems like a re-rate is due at some point and I suspect it will come when JLH releases a trading update or financials which confirm the progress to the market. Until then patience is the name of the game. In terms of value against risk/reward then there are not many more attractive shares listed in AIM than JLH in my personal view.
bapodra_investments: Graham1TY - Yes with end of tax year looming there may be some profit taking. Also if people have used their ISA and SIPP allowances for the tax year then they may have to wait until 6th April 2022 to begin scooping up more shares. Yes we do not know what materially ahead means but to me the inference I make is that it must be quite significant. Just how significant we will have to wait to see. The only thing that can hold back JLH's share price and market cap is its ability to manage its debts effectively. With increased revenue at record high levels then this can only help manage its debts unless its costs have increased significantly as well. The share price and market cap seems very undervalued to me based on the revenues and potential profitability. I have seen junk shares with a market cap of £20m and higher so JLH's market cap is absurd. I think patience will be rewarded and I sense once the new tax year starts, accumulation at these low levels will be the name of the game. JLH has the potential to be a £10m market cap company at the very least based on what we know at this moment in time.
bapodra_investments: Even if the revenues for JLH are the same in the financials from the previous year the market cap still looks ridiculously cheap but if JLH were to report higher revenues then for me unless I am missing something the £3m market cap on £7m - £10m revenues looks too low for me. The only thing that I can think of it JLH's net debt position as its liabilities are greater than its cash position and this could be having an impact in supressing the share price and market cap and I can understands this. JLH's liabilities are higher than JLH's liquid assets and so this must be the only reason I can think of why the share price and market cap are not higher. This is an important factor and investors can overlook this area. Cash is king and JLH's abilities to pay its liabilities from free cash flow is crucial. All will be revealed in the results as to what the exact position is.
bapodra_investments: JLH is 'flatlining' at the moment. This usually means lack of buyers/sellers and can be a bullish signal as I am bullish the next major directional move for the share price will be upwards based on potential revenue against low share price and market cap. I am confident of 2p share price for JLH and so it is just a matter of being patient. I think the share price will be a lot higher than 2p but small steps for now.
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