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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 05:00:01
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

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18/8/2014
15:30
Skyship, That article really only outlines the half of it. EME is almost an investment company now. It is clinging onto the coat tails of MRO who are the major party and operator of their acreage. MRO are selling other assets to concentrate on the Eagle Ford shale plays and are ramping up massively the drilling campaign. They are also developing other zones within the acreage which is looking equally good and will increase recoverable reserves massively. They are also down spacing drills from 80 to 30-40 acre spacing. There is talk ultimately of the field being developed at 20 acres. Once again this will greatly increase recoverable reserves. Drilling costs have tumbled and new drilling techniques are boosting recoverability and there are few better than MRO at this. If the company doesn't get taken out this time around then it will be a cash cow for years to come with hopefully some very juicy dividends. Finance is already in place to keep up with MRO drilling plans. If it gets taken out this time around then recent takeovers, ie Baytex takeover of Aurora Oil & Gas, involving their acreage would value EME at north of 30p per share. Cenkos who are involved in the sale have stated that there has been lots of interest. I accept that if interest doesn't translate into a sale then the share price will in all likelihood fall back a little. However fundamentals will kick in again at some point and they can support a share price well north of where it is now. With regards to the share price not reacting once the data room was open, I can only refer you to Cove Energy that went down the same route. Data room opened and the share price stayed around 80p the whole time. Taken out at around 225-230p from memory. Same multiples will not happen this time but just illustrating that nothing can be read into the lack of share price movement. Yes I am well in profit as you suggest but recently added another 100K in my SIPP at 16.95p. AXA have been picking them up steadily since the data room was opened. A number of respected ADVFN posters hold notifiable positions, namely Lazarus2010 and thetoonarmy2. Crosseyed and Jamsiebabie have also done sterling work and so it is worth looking at all their posts. I do appreciate that they won't float a lot of peoples boat but I do think they are worth a little research.
gary1966
18/8/2014
14:46
BT - Incidentally, well done with your TEF trade. It seems that I'm regularly reading that you've had a successful trade in something or other! Hold on to that winning habit... You may have read on the CP+ thread - I've bought back into a few APT today.
skyship
18/8/2014
14:42
BT - no, not one for me - have read too many articles recently slating shale gas as an overhyped road to nowhere. The performance this year suggests Gary should be in the money; but going forward it is interesting to note that the Company has put itself Up for Sale, but the share price has barely moved...
skyship
18/8/2014
10:07
Are u Sky?...or is one oiler enough :)
badtime
18/8/2014
10:06
EME - If anyone wants to play - the article below outlines what is going on: http://uk.advfn.com/news/DJN/2014/article/62864416
skyship
14/8/2014
20:50
Skyship, I would still draw your attention to EME. Data room closes this Friday and so news could be anytime. Trading at a good discount to equivalent deals on their acreage and trading at a good discount to NPV. Gary
gary1966
11/7/2014
09:02
EME hoisted the for sale sign yesterday. They are trading at a good discount to NPV and so are worth a small allocation. Cenkos were going to release an updated report increasing the value of the assets from 31p to between 35-37p. Unfortunately this report will not be released now due to the announcement yesterday. Shares can currently be bought for 20p
gary1966
30/6/2014
12:44
Tilts - I recall you mentioned JIGI some time ago. I was looking at them over the weekend; thinking they might be a good partial replacement for my PCTZ, which I have sold today as after the rise the GRY had fallen to a mere 3.38%! Although the asset management may not be that hot, JIGI does now look to be fair value @ 94.75p (I've bought a few, but perhaps should have paid 94.5p). # The final redemption value on 30th Nov'16 is 103.6p. # The dividend of 4 x 1.10p (4.40p) provides a current yield of 4.64% # Adding that 4.64% to the 3.68% Redemption Yield provides a GRY of 8.32% # The 103.6p Final Entitlement has a degree of protection as there is now a 5.72% surplus of £3.45m excess funds accruing to the Capital shares That is how I read it. Am I correct? Am I also correct in assuming that the 1.72p/share excess currently attributed to the Income shares is actually just accrued interest for the future quarterly dividends?
skyship
12/6/2014
08:34
Well thankfully my fear of losing profits outweighed my fear of missing out on future gains a couple of days ago. The fact that the additional 2m I sold were in my ISA made my decision a little easier. I will run the remaining 1m as I think the future is very bright for LGO. I have re-invested the proceeds in PHNX at a little over 650p. I wanted to build up my income more and this is a very high yielder, trading at a big discount to NAV and an even bigger discount to embedded value. Useful write up on the PHNX thread from the Investors Chronicle article in May of this year. Edit:Nice to know my impeccable timing has returned!! :-(
gary1966
04/6/2014
08:26
Yes that is where I picked them up from and you know I always respect what you have to say, especially on those type of plays. Yes I know that your investment strategy is slightly different but I also know that you like a walk on the wild side with a small allocation occasionally. I am actively pegging the wild side to around 20-25% of the portfolio, hence the top slicing yesterday as it had grown to nearly 40% with recent rises. 8% return in first 5 months of the year is excellent and must be nice to be 2/3rds of the way to your annual target.
gary1966
04/6/2014
07:51
Hi Gary - Some excellent stock-picking contributing to that 25% gain YTD - well done you. An exceptional performance in what many are finding a difficult year, with performance shackled by high cash reserves. As you know, I adopt a different Risk profile and totally different investment Strategy; but still happy with 8% YTD. Two self-liquidation stocks arrived together over recent days - LEAF & BGBL. I posted on both on the SL thread.
skyship
03/6/2014
21:26
Sky, Yes still holding. Not the easiest one to trade as the spread is usually quite wide and so well done. EME is the other oiler I mentioned a couple of years on the trot and that has also had a good run and is still very undervalued with a NPV around 26p and rising. I have taken some money off the table on that one as well as I was quite overweight with the rise and I really am trying to learn from the mistakes of the past. It is exciting when they go up though and with the three that I am in they are all throwing off cash, trading at a good discount to an ever increasing NPV and with lots of newsflow expected and so hopeful of more gains. I am up 25%+ again this year after a fairly flat year last year. Hopefully I can hold the gain this year by top slicing regularly. I bought some LEAF the other day at 47.9p and hopefully we will all do well out of that one. Did you ever buy GVC? It was meant to be one of my boring stocks but it has performed very strongly and has contributed to the strong performance this year. SPSY is also up 40% since I mentioned them on here. Profit taken there to buy the LEAF holding. All the best. Gary
gary1966
03/6/2014
20:43
Hi Gary - well done with those oilies - but never a sector to rely upon! Are you still holding ARBB. I bought back in there with a few today @ 1140.
skyship
03/6/2014
14:33
LGO that I put in my list for the last couple of years has come good in a spectacular fashion over the past few weeks. Doubled my holding just under a month ago and pleased to say that I have sold those ones and banked a very healthy profit. Extension can now be done and I can see some benefit from this share dealing malarkey. Still got plenty of them and expect them to carry on going up as the news over the last few weeks has been company changing. Holding now at a level where I won't lose sleep. I have also done very well out of EDG of late and they are worth a serious look. ATB Gary
gary1966
28/5/2014
16:12
PEW/Z Premier Fund Investor Day was good, speakers included Premier's CEO, Investment Manager James Smith (ex Utilico),, FD and CEO from OPG and WIND. James expertly went therough the portfolio and the changes he and Claire Long made to drive the recent share performance and position themselves for furture growth. OPG's Finance Director explained the energy environment in India and set out the companies growth prospects which are exceptional IIMHO. WIND's CEO explained the chaos surrounding renewables in the UK, the diversity of energy projects with growth prospects and risk manaagement in place for the medium term. All speakers answered questions from the floor.. Two signifiicant intstitutional share holders present which I have not seen before over the years at AGM's etc attended who also asked questions! Great day:) Bonne chance dans votre jardin.
praipus
04/5/2014
17:42
I think the alarm over people "blowing" pensions is grossly exaggerated. It will surely be only those with the foresight and responsibility who will fund their own pensions, and hence have a fund to "play with", and they are the least likely people to throw away their savings. Surely no one working for Shell, for example, let alone the Government is going to be handed their pension fund which, in the case of the latter, does not exist, I believe?
asmodeus
04/5/2014
15:51
Praipus - That Premier Funds' Investor Day approaches... Regrettably won't be in the UK then. May always a very beautiful and busy month here in SW France - mowing, cutting, strimming, planting, cleaning & everything growing at such a rate even a few days absence and you have a jungle to contend with on your return! The only slow thing is my lamentable connection speed - always the case with La France Profonde...
skyship
21/3/2014
09:16
After the Budget's great news on pensions; thanks to Simon on his SHA thread for reproducing this enlightening article from yesterday's FT: ========================================================= Australians dismiss fear of pension profligacy Australians who have had control of their pension pots have not generally used them irresponsibly The Budget move to give savers full control over their pension pots on retirement has sparked fears that pensioners could squander their money and then fall back on the state for support. But pension experts in Australia, which has since 1992 allowed citizens the freedom to spend their retirement funds as they wish, dismiss such fears. Currently, most of the 400,000 people who retire each year in the UK use their pension savings to buy an annuity, which delivers a secure income for life. But from April next year pensioners may spend savings built up in a defined contribution pension as they wish. Australia is recognised by global pensions experts as having one of the world's best three pension systems. It has total pension assets of A$1.8tr and has allowed its citizens to take their entire pension pot as a lump sum from the age of 65. "Do Australians blow their super pots when they reach retirement? The answer is no they don't," said Jeremy Cooper, the Australian lawyer who was appointed by the Canberra government in 2009 to chair a review of the governance and efficiency of the superannuation system. "There will always be an exception of people using very small super pots to pay off their credit card but people with reasonably sized sums typically don't blow their money. They are sensible." Australians retire with a median pension pot of A$180,000. About two-thirds will choose to keep their pots invested in a fund which provides an income stream in retirement, similar to the income drawdown option in the UK. These products are widely sold by banks, not pension providers. "The average Ocker (Australian) will buy a diversified portfolio, with the banks playing a big role in distribution, and they stay in the stock market," says Paul Resnik, of FinaMetrica, a Melbourne-based financial services firm. "They don't use their lump sums to buy pubs, even though they could." "Common sense prevails and most people are careful with their money. But we also have a second pillar here, the social security system, which is a safety net rather than a right." Well known for their love affair with property, many Australians also use their pension funds to pay off the mortgage, or to acquire a buy-to-let property to produce a steady income in retirement. "Having paid off the house, they don't have debt any more and some are prepared to accept a relatively modest income on the pension, roughly of $20,000 per year for an individual," says Cooper. But while few Australians blow their savings on a holiday or new car, there are concerns that the income left in drawdown, or also quite commonly left on deposit in a bank account, may not always be adequate. In the UK legislation has made annuities into a big market but they are virtually unknown in Australia. Annuities captured only A$2.2bn of the A$70bn in funds accessible to Australians retiring in 2013. There have been calls to tighten up the Australian system, however. "Serious consideration must be given to encouraging income streams in retirement and limiting the amount of superannuation that can be taken as a lump sum," said the CPA, a leading Australian accounting group in a recent report. "Policy measures must be considered to ensure superannuation savings are being invested to be used to fund a person's retirement." In spite of a growing feeling that they may need to adopt some lessons from the UK, Australians still defend the right to be trusted with their own cash. "There's nothing to suggest that Poms are any more stupid than Australians," says FinaMetrica's Resnik. "I can't necessarily see that there'd be any greater danger in letting them have the same access as we do." =================
skyship
21/3/2014
09:15
Has anyone taken a look at, indeed even aware of Chenavari Capital Solutions - CCSL Looks like a rather interesting addition to & replacement for ACD - in due course... Wish I knew more about the investment managers; but the strategy, the 12% annual target, the Discount Management System - all sound right; and all laid out in the prospectus - start at P42 - go here for the prospectus: http://www.chenavaricapitalsolutions.com/documents/ Would be interested in any views; especially any information on those managers?
skyship
12/3/2014
21:57
Investor Day 15th May, 2014 HTTPS://www.premierfunds.co.uk/media/58447/premier-energy-and-water-trust-investor-day-flyer.pdf CEO of REG and CFO of OPG scheduled to speak. Free breakfast and lunch:-) Are you likely to be visiting around that time Skyship?
praipus
07/3/2014
14:34
P - well done; nothing wrong with sniping small turns in these markets. I've done likewise...
skyship
07/3/2014
12:59
Thanks for posting GCL chart, quick 10% profit booked on small allocation:-)
praipus
07/3/2014
09:39
Verdes Management PLC (VMP), a shell company managed by David Breith (the CEO of COMS) may well be worth researching and allocating small punt cash. Interesting that the Helium Rising Stars Fund has bought in - one of the new holders paying 0.75p versus the current 0.72p... Stupid lowly priced "penny stock" - but much beloved by PIs - and hasn't stopped COMS from going to 8p from 0.5p!
skyship
27/2/2014
10:26
Seems to be quite a bit of chatter emerging suggesting that the time may be right to be back into Uranium stocks, this due to the Japanese turning their reactors back on in a couple of years and an accelerating pace of new reactor builds. Assuming they don't vote for liquidation in next month's continuation vote, then one way to play the recovery might be through Geiger Counter @ 29p versus the 30.9p NAV – "Epic = GCL": free stock charts from uk.advfn.com free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skyship
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