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 06:30:09
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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KENV back up 30% today now that the placing at 9p has been done to accelerate work at their mine. Who says the market isn't crooked with forward selling by placees. :-( Good announcement on TAP today as they move into the Japanese mobile advertising market. This company can do no wrong presently and I believe was greatly undervalued prior to todays news so even more so now. Fantastic cash generation that I am sure shareholders will see the majority of in dividends and so can see this evolving into a high dividend growth stock.
Good move on ARS today and finally closed above the 3p area. Hopefully will hold tomorrow and carry on moving up. KENV has dropped back since reaching a high of 15p which was 150% up on where I mentioned them. Not too disappointed as my position is very small as no funds available. Hopefully funds from CHT will come through in the next few days and I can take advantage of the drop in price to get a bit more skin in the game. CHT should be a 40%+ gain just not sure what I am going to get out of it with US withholding tax the first hurdle to overcome and then not knowing how much the promissory notes are going to be worth in 7 years. With the way Parmar has behaved I am not expecting his promise to be worth much.
SpectoAcc - never heard of that one - incredibly unlucky! You would have thought not possible or a legal case of serious misrepresentation could be had to unwind the deal? Also if the target co was a bit of a scam - what a brilliant way to make a co literally disappear...!
Announcement after hours to say completion now on Monday. Will just be glad to see an end to the saga now. Should have been so much better than it is going to end up being and considerably more hassle.
My favourite was from a few years ago, but I forget the companies involved - was an all-share takeover, all seemed to go through OK, target's shares delisted on AIM, the next day the acquiring company announced it was bust! But as the deal had technically completed, that was that for the target co - instead of the tidy premium from the takeover, they got zero and ended up with no shares.
Just when you think things are ticking along something comes out of the woodwork. In my case the CHT takeover that was due to be done yesterday. Haven't a clue what is going on other than shares suspended, Parmar not able to meet the timetable for completing the deal and press regarding shady deals etc. Beats watching the telly I suppose.
JDT is ex dividend now and the share price shows it. This is to be wound up in November and the amount that will be paid out is uncertain. I have made a bit getting in and was out before the present XD but still a lot of buys. With the large spread presumably one has to cash in at some point.
Few announcements on co's I am invested in. TAP very positive with yet another upgrade to profits for Y/E 2016. Trading has continued to be very strong at start of year. Cash pile growing strongly. KENV looks overall positive but slight delay on revenue. Glitch with equipment but in hand and being sorted. RTN doesn't look great but probably expected. Still think the bad news was already in the price but a very cautionary outlook statement for 2017 which I am sure is hitting the price as I type. Greatly reduced my exposure last year and happy that I did so while the turnaround takes place.
...and RUSC.
My favourites are APT, AASC, and JZCC at the moment- all with a bit of downside protection.
Good announcement on ARS today. Nice interview with company re todays RNS on link below. 18 mins 43 secs in. hxxps:// KENV, even with todays pull back has gone above multi year high on the chart. TAP pushing above £2 at all time highs.
Private investors ditching Buy-to-Let and moving across to buying tertiary commercial property. A trend we noted last year, but that article adds some meat to the bone. Good news for LSR specifically:
Article on KENV in shares magazine. Has risen strongly already this year. hxxps://
Housebuilders since 1st January: free stock charts from
Well done on CRST Skyship. Personally was in at £3.50 last year and happy to let it play out for a while yet as the financial data shows that CRST is trading at a discount to its' peer group. Never knew ST recommended housebuilders every year but will make a mental note to look at prices towards the year end if I have sold CRST in the meantime. ATB Gary
Sorry....rather late to post the above. Every year Simon Thompson (The IC) urges to buy the housebuilders on 1st January. It has been a very successful play. This year he posted the above table; and already, as the prices show and following good figs from Persimmon, it has already proved profitable. Personally I played a few CRST @ 481p....sold today @ 515p. I meant to share the above table; but didn't get around to it...sorry. Anyway, it still serves as a reminder should we see some short-term Market profit-taking and the chance of a 2nd bite at the cherry.
FTSE 350 Housebuilders' key financial data Company........Price(p).MCap Sp change..Price/..Fwd...Fwd.....Net Cash...YrEnd .............................. 2016.....Book Yld....PER...................... Barratt.........466p....£4.7bn -26.1% 1.17 7.7% 8.5 £592m Jun 2017 Bellway.......2,453p....£3.0bn -12.7% 1.53 4.7% 7.1 £26.5m Jul 2017 Berkeley (*1).2,808p....£3.9bn -23.9% 1.98 7.1% 7.0 £208m Apr 2017 Bovis...........820p....£1.1bn -19.2% 1.14 5.6% 7.9 (£8m) Dec 2017 C/Side Prop.....241p....£1.1bn na.... 1.83 3.0% 9.9 £12m Sep 2017 Crest Nicholson.456p....£1.1bn -18.7% 1.77 7.9% 6.3 £77m Oct 2017 Galliford Try.1,291p....£;1.1bn -15.3% 1.78 7.5% 8.3 (£8.7m) Jun 2017 Persimmon.....1,768p....£5.4bn -12.4% 2.33 6.2% 8.5 £462m Dec 2017 Redrow..........427p....£1.6bn -8.7% 1.55 3.2% 7.3 (£139m) Jun 2017 Taylor Wimpey...156p....£5.1bn -24.4% 1.97 8.8% 8.0 £360m Dec 2017 Notes: 1. Berkeley Group is returning 200p a share per year including buybacks, and 1,000p in total in the five years to September 2021 Source: Forward PE and dividend yields based on forecasts from Peel Hunt
Thanks Skyship for setting up the thread. Starting the year with the following shares, most of which I commented on, on the 2016 thread and so won't repeat and bore the few that are here. ARS,BNN,CAMB,CHT,CMS,CRST,DX.,FBT,KENV,NANO,PANR,RTN,RUSP,TAP,TMMG. If I had to pick a few for big gains then it would be the more speculative and ones that should have good news flow during 2017, which are: ARS,BNN,KENV & PANR. ATB to everyone for 2017 and as I say every year as long as it is a healthy one then nothing else really matters at the end of the day. Edit:Oops forgot ASX:SYT which would also get added to the big gains list.
I am still here, but have been on christmas/ new year escape. Many thanks for your report, as always, Sky.
Sky - looks like there aren't many of us left. Many thanks for setting up the thread and best wishes for 2017
Also bought into PILR on the placing, but was surprised just how little they managed to raise. Expect we'll have another bite at the cherry before the year is out. Second your sentiments re good health & happy trading. Personally, I'm expecting some mean reversion this year - not in a good way - but not just yet. Market can hopefully continue to climb a wall of worry for a while.
2016 was an acceptable year for me, but failing to cut a couple of positions cost it being a good year. The star was JPEL, and having a double weight position at the start of the year certainly helped. It now stands at 3x weighting, and I see a lot more to go for. Smaller company situations gave differing results with Petards returning 60%, but I should have cut DCI. Perversely, given the recent corporate activity, I might even get my money back if all goes to plan (clutching at straws more like). A recovery in TPG also helped. In addition to JPEL, both BCAP and OCL have yielded excellent returns. I perhaps sold OCL too early, but I retain BCAP ahead of the return of capital from the sale of Gardner Aerospace. HAST and CGI have had a good year, and I look forward to voting for a wind-up of HAST this time next year. CGI remain on a discount of over 30% despite decent NAV performance, but there isn't a catalyst for that to change. I maintain an overweight position in property, and retain positions in LXB, LSR, and increased my position in RLE. PILR was added in the placing, and is showing a good paper profit already (partly aided by the wide spread) Volta finance has also given a good return, aided by the weakness in Sterling. One of the biggest drags on performance was holding cash, which at times has been 20% of the portfolio, but I am a little more disciplined on what I buy at the moment. Finally I have made good, but unspectacular, returns on Structured Products. If anybody had asked me at the start of the year what would my portfolio look like if there was BREXIT, and Donald got in, I would have suggested a lot lower than now, so all-in-all I am more than happy. I do not make predictions, as they have a nasty habit of making you look stupid, but I do expect bouts of increased volatility will offer opportunities.Recognising that they are opportunities will be the key to making money in 2017. So, I will continue to look for special sits, where there is a clear catalyst, and little correllation to market movements. Wishing everyone a succesful year, and that your health remains good. Cash is likely to build further
The new 2017 thread is up and running...don't get caught in the crush...
One popular stockmarket strategy is to buy for the year ahead the dog from the year just passed. In that light and if not already holding, take a look at OCL. Today I've made a couple of posts with charts over on the PE thread. They show firstly this year's winners from the PE sector - HGT took the laurels at +39%. OCL the wooden spoon at c12%. In my 2nd post I explain a little as to why OCL may still be a good buy.
SPLITs Followers’ Thoughts for 2017 2016 was a year that everyone wished would finish ASAP! Market wise it was again difficult and at times nerve-wracking, as the threat of another Market meltdown comes from recent very real memories, if not a very real prospect. Asset values globally were sustained by continued QE and the indefinite suspension of the normal business cycle. The bears fear that all this must inevitably end in cataclysm; the bulls say that the size of a Federal Bank balance sheet is unlimited – so still more to go for. The lesson of 2016 may well be the old one of Follow the Money; if the Momentum points UP, then run with it. After all, we had the shocks of Brexit and Trump, yet in both cases initial markdowns soon gave way to concerted buying as “King $” continued to rule the currency markets. The ancient Chinese curse of “May you live in interesting times” certainly seems applicable both politically and economically – guessing the date of retribution remains just that – A GUESS – so in the meantime… The UK indices closed the year in positive territory with the FTSE100 at an all-time high of 7143 (+14.4%); the FTSE 250 at 18077 (+3.7%) and AIM at 844 (+14.2%). There were some wild swings in there with the two lows in February and immediately post Brexit in June. Personally my portfolio rather surprised to the upside, closing up 19.3%. This was thanks almost entirely to an over-allocation to the Private Equity sector, a major beneficiary of the weak £ and strong $. My Tip for 2016 – Local Shopping REIT (LSR) – had two profitable forays up to 31p bid (+15%) and in between an opportunity to add down at 25p midsummer. They closed the year up just under 5% @ 28.5p My Spec for 2016 – Balfour Beatty (BBY) – also had a see-saw year, falling 26% to 200p post Brexit; then rising 9% to 296p post Trump. They closed the year unchanged @ 270p. They remain a major beneficiary of the anticipated increase in UK & US infrastructure expenditure; and still a very real takeover prospect As in previous years, I have been thinking long and hard over a diminishing pool of value, in order to select a Tip and a Spec for 2017. I pored over my own portfolio, deciding that APEF, LMS, NBDG & UAI all promise 10% upside, however, perhaps bizarrely I’ve elected to re-run last year’s tips: LSR @ 28.5p and BBY @ 270p. I look forward to reading others’ New Year tips and views; and subsequent contributions throughout the year ahead. The thread again attracted very few posts in 2016. No matter, we are a select few!
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