Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jup Ord. LSE:JDT London Ordinary Share GB00B0M3FZ66 ORD INC SHS 8.98274742P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.155p 0.01p 0.30p - - - 0 06:42:43
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 2.4 1.3 4.0 0.0 0.14

Jup Ord. Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/11/2017
11:31
Really good trading update from VLTY today. Expecting eps of 10p this year and dividends starting in 2018 once 2017 figures are known. Cheap even with todays rise.
gary1966
22/11/2017
11:59
General Meeting today?
plasybryn
22/11/2017
08:13
Picked up some VLTY yesterday at 78p. Experiencing strong growth, low PE and net cash. Trading update next month should provide the catalyst for a reversal of recent share price weakness. Another good set of figures from TRD this morning and commencement of interim dividend. PE of around 6 and strong cash position. Trading outlook good.
gary1966
15/11/2017
10:17
I avoid rollovers as they are the choice of the management group, by their criteria not mine; and most of my gains have been tax sheltered, so can arrange CGT headroom. Only had a cursory look at JUKG; Trustnet gives quartile 4 performance over 1 and 3 years. Schroder UK Growth, for example, has bettered it over 3 years and is on -11.7 discount, so plenty of room for the discount on JUKG to widen.
rooky4
13/11/2017
21:11
A good result indeed. Very happy to have picked up a few of the zeros in 2013. Any thoughts on JUKG, the rollover vehicle? I was hoping to defer some CGT (it's been a good year) but am not terribly keen on buying into what looks like a mediocre Jupiter trust at a premium to NAV.
epistrophy
13/11/2017
19:20
Just to give JDT itself a mention now it's winding up. The zeros (and common) are coming out just past 144, almost made the 150p; that really is a good result!
rooky4
07/11/2017
14:38
Took a reasonable loss on PANR yesterday but hopefully the losses will come in handy one day. Used the money to buy NTBR today at 77.75p. Trading on a historic P/E of less than 7 based on continuing operations. At last year end had moved from a net debt to net cash position. Order book going into the new year was particularly strong for the time of year. Good acquisition since year end. Reasonable yield. Interim results were out on 8th November last year. Can't find when they are due to be released this year but wouldn't expect it to be too far away and so could provide a catalyst for share price gains. Chart looks good over the last twelve months. Recent dip looks to have bottomed. Edit:Contacted co about a date for the interim results and within 30 minutes a very good trading update released. Can't fault investor relations. :-) Co performing ahead of management expectations and so investment case has improved even more.
gary1966
02/11/2017
11:46
A few bad days here for Jupiter. Does anyone know if this is going bust
timothyjones2010
31/10/2017
07:10
-:)...no-brainer - very well put!
skyship
30/10/2017
17:14
Indeed....but reassuringly there is no way possible for the Government to run such an appalling election campaign ever again!
skyship
30/10/2017
16:52
Not just bizarre - very frightening.
asmodeus
29/10/2017
17:17
If the UK does vote into power marxists masquerading as socialists then the UK turns its back on wealth-creating, job creating, welfare creating capitalism. A bizarre thought...
skyship
29/10/2017
16:59
Kleptocracy - what a marvellous word Sky, and might be applicable to the UK one day, if we are not careful.
asmodeus
29/10/2017
14:44
Gary - for sure; but would never risk anything in Tsar Putin's kleptocracy!
skyship
29/10/2017
14:34
Skyship, Have you ever looked at RUSP that are yielding 8.5%?
gary1966
29/10/2017
12:00
In the quest for YIELD my largest sector allocation these days is to the Structured Debt sector – for me that is currently LBOW (Yld = 5.8%); NBDG (GRY = minimally 9.0%); RECI (Yld = 7.0%). IMO one of the very best, secure, high-yielding listed investments is currently RECI – Real Estate Credit Investments. To quote from their website: “RECI is a specialist investor in European residential and commercial credit markets with a focus on fundamental credit and value.” “The Company has adopted a long term strategic approach to investing and focuses on identifying value in real estate debt. In making these investments the Company uses the expertise and knowledge of its Alternative Investment Fund Manager Cheyne Capital Management (UK) LLP.” During the past month, RECI redeemed at par (£1) all of its 41.9m 8% preference shares and has replaced 80% of the debt at significantly lower cost. Debt has reduced to £34m and the weighted average cost is now a mere 1.3%. The Company also raised £40.7m under its placing programme. Gearing as a %age of NAV has reduced from 26% to 16%. All this activity was perhaps the trigger for the Telegraph’s Questor to recommend RECI @ 169.25p in quite a lengthy article last Thursday. The underlying rationale being, as stated in the last Annual Report, that…. # ”the retrenchment of traditional lenders in the UK real estate lending sphere has, in our view, accelerated during the last year; this is due to increasing regulatory pressures on banks and the impact of Brexit. We note a growth in the number of opportunistic buyers looking at UK property at this attractive entry point. This has left established lenders, such as RECI, with a unique opportunity to significantly increase presence in the market without compromising on risk or returns.” # “We believe that the opportunity set available to RECI today, for the UK market, may be as compelling as that present in 2008 and 2009 in the immediate aftermath of the global financial crisis.” As for the all important Risks/Returns element, this extract from the Questor article is reassuringly illuminating: “The fund manager gave the example of one £20m loan in April. It was for just 40pc of the property value, with the owner and other lenders ranking behind RECI in the event of default – but the return is expected to be 8pc a year. This kind of figure is normally associated with highly risky assets, not secured lending on London property when other parties have to lose 60pc of the asset’s value before any impact is felt.” RECI has traded for the past 4yrs in a range of 155p-182p, whilst all the time providing shareholders with a yield of c7% and a remarkably constant underlying NAV of 163p. With the lowering of the debt cost; the quarterly dividends that sustain that yield are thought likely to rise. RECI closed on Friday @ 170.75p-171.0p; so with the yield @ 7% and likely to increase, the shares may well be on course for a further rise back to the top of its trading range @ 182p; and at that level the yield on an unchanged dividend of 12p/annum (at the recently increased 3p/Qtr rate) would still be 6.6%. The best place to read up on RECI is on their website; and go through to the Investor section to find all the facts and figures in their monthly factsheets: http://www.recreditinvest.com/
skyship
23/10/2017
12:36
Skyship, Thanks for the INL tip. Sold the remaining this morning as I had been keeping an eye on MOGP and it took quite a dip this morning on no news and so I took the opportunity. They have had substantial contract wins over the last couple of months with more in the pipeline. After tax first half profits of £220K with the second half looking substantially better. Market cap £4m at 1.6p share price.
gary1966
23/10/2017
10:30
I’ve always been rather lucky with hotel stocks. # One of the first shares I bought after starting my SIPP was Jarvis Hotels; and they succumbed to an MBO at a very handy premium; though still at a large asset discount # After that Old English Hotels provided a good result when Greene King came along with a cash offer # Then a long time gap before returning to the sector last year with too small a purchase of Peel Hotels (PHO) – too small as the price jumped before I could buy a normal allocation. Still I was happy to take a 30% turn early in 2017 # I’ve now taken advantage of the recent retreat back to around my original purchase price; so bought back in again at below 100p. I like the fact that the recent refinancing dramatically reduces interest charges whilst also clearing historic director's loans. This move simplifies the Balance sheet & may hopefully hasten the long rumoured liquidation, sale or buy-in of the Company by the two Peel brothers, the 1998 founders who still own 62%. An alternative future for the Company could involve the Jul’16 appointee to the BoD; see this RNS:– “Haydn Fentum, aged 46, is Co-Owner and Chief Executive of Bespoke Hotels Limited which primarily specialises in Hotel Management and Sales and Marketing Contracts on behalf of Independent Owners. Bespoke have some 120 Contracts Worldwide, the majority of which have been initiated and negotiated by Haydn Fentum.” IMO a fair price may be something in the region of 145p-150p versus an NAV thought to be in the region of 170p, though valuations are rather historic so that NAV could well prove understated with a true figure nearer 200p. That said, 150p would obviously be a pleasant result; and the potential upside is tempting enough to forgive the current lack of a dividend. The ADVFN thread on PHO is worth bookmarking so as to follow sometimes interesting discussion, such as that posted by DesWalker back in July: https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=7422717&from=351 At the offer price of 97.4p the shares stand @ minimally a 43% NAV discount, so IMO provide clear VALUE
skyship
27/9/2017
08:12
Thanks @Epistophy. That helps a lot. Learned about gearing. Actually I closed genl and put that amount into this. Luckily even if I close now, I will be losing the profit I got in genl so waiting to see how it goes. I still don't understand who bought this with such thrust on 22nd?! And why it raised this week!
flowerking
26/9/2017
23:52
You can choose to either receive cash or roll the investment over into another Jupiter trust. Details here Https://www.investegate.co.uk/jupiter-div---gwth/rns/update-regarding-fixed-life-of-company/201709131523216696Q/ Did you really buy the ordinary shares? (bid/ask currently 1.5p / 3p !!) They are highly geared, and the final outcome will be very sensitive to how the trust performs over the next couple of months. In other words, you might get nothing back or you might get multiple times the current value. Not a great share for a novice investor ... hopefully it wasn't a large investment? Because the bid/ask spread is so big, selling now might not be a great idea. I'd be tempted to hang on until liquidation in November.
epistrophy
26/9/2017
18:27
@asmodeus - dividend yield and +ve hammer in weekly chart. Read the news after the trade :(
flowerking
26/9/2017
16:25
I'm sure others here who have kept up to date will advise you, but, in the meantime it would be intriguing to know what directed a new investor to such an obscure share?
asmodeus
26/9/2017
15:11
I am new to investment and bought some ord shares (not preferred) today of jdt and came to know the company is getting liquidated in Nov. Can anyone please help me understand, what happens if I keep them. Thanks.
flowerking
22/9/2017
20:25
To whom it may concern - The Company's (JDT) planned liquidation is on 30 November 2017
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