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Jup Ord. LSE:JDT London Ordinary Share GB00B0M3FZ66 ORD INC SHS 8.98274742P
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skyship: Put quite a bit of cash back to work recently – TFG, FORT, SMDS being the main purchases. Forterra (FORT) was Jonas Crosland's tip for 2019 in the IC. Jonas has a good reputation and the story sounds good. Chart too looks interesting. A brief extract from the IC article: "It seems harsh, then, that Forterra's share price has fallen by a quarter this year against a 14 per cent decline by the wider materials sector. Priced at just eight times 2019 forecast earnings, with a healthy free-cash-flow yield of 11.3 per cent and forecast 5 per cent dividend yield, we think too much focus is being put on several one-off issues encountered during 2018, as well as on the signs of a slowdown at some big housebuilders." free stock charts from
skyship: Topped up my VOLTA Finance (VTA) after today's Interim Report. At 703p the yield = 9.1% and the NAV discount = 15.8% The CHAIRMAN’S STATEMENT reads very well, especially the last bit of para2 regarding Discount control Management: ====================================== Dear Shareholder When I wrote to you in the autumn of last year some caution seemed merited towards the ebullience in financial markets. Subsequently, this enthusiasm has, indeed, been tempered. Government bond yields have risen sharply in some regions, most particularly the United States, and “risk assets” such as equities have seen an increase in volatility. Against this backdrop, the net asset value (“NAV”) total return of Volta, at 2.7% for the six months to 31 January 2018 (and an estimated gain of 0.7% in February 2018) is respectable, if below the long-term target run-rate of returns. More disappointing, however, is the share price total return of -0.7% for the six months to 31 January 2018. This reflects a widening of the discount of the share price to NAV to 14.2% as at that date. Despite efforts to bring Volta to the attention of a wider audience and ongoing attempts to address any structural impediments to an improved share price rating, so far this has not been reflected in a narrower share price discount. I would note in this context the recent reduced ratings across a broad peer group of incomeorientated listed investment funds including direct Company peers. So Volta’s de-rating is not unique. That said, the Board, Investment Manager and broker have recently discussed this and we will redouble our efforts in the coming year. In my meetings with some Shareholders there has been a suggestion that our Company should commence either a regular tender at NAV or repurchase shares in the market. These mechanisms can be a double-edged sword, as some have found to their cost. However, they have a time and a place. The Board are active in their consideration and will use such discount control measures if they believe them to be in the best interests of Shareholders as a whole. Before we become too glum, it is important to remember that Volta’s share price, with dividends reinvested, has generated an annualised return of 11.2% since inception in 2006. It also offers a dividend yield of 8.7% on the share price as at 31 January 2018. More importantly, this dividend is comfortably covered from income and coupons received on the underlying portfolio. In an environment where cash rates in euro are still negative, this is a highly attractive yield, particularly given the risk profile embedded in the underlying portfolio. As I have noted previously, it is the extent and quality of these cash flows that will, ultimately, drive total returns, not the vagaries of investor sentiment. Further, these cash flows come from a variety of different sources. Volta’s diversification can sometimes be a hindrance to understanding the nuances of the Company. However, that diversification is a real strength, particularly when compared to our peers. etcetcetc
gary1966: Taken profits on just over 70% of my TAP position this morning, as with this mornings move up the position was getting quite sizeable. Picked up on the fact that revenue is broadly in line which sounds like a possible small miss even though EBITDA are slightly ahead of expectations. Share price has moved up strongly of late and all the indicators are looking like it is overbought in the short term. Happy to retain the remaining 3K shares to re-balance things a little and would be happy to buy back on any reasonable pullback.
gary1966: Well 2017 has been a good year for me, especially the last three months where most of the gains have been made. Jan and Feb were good then through to end of September lost those gains. I have looked back each year to 2008 to see if there is a pattern of when I make money and when I don't but sadly there isn't. Anyway the failures this year were BNN Technology, DX Group, Forbidden Technologies, Kennedy Ventures, Nanoco Group and Pantheon Resources. Most of the positions were quite small and three have been sold during the year. I still retain Forbidden Technologies as I believe the technology to be good, it just needs to be sold. New CEO seems to be a lot more business savvy. Position to start with was small and it is a lot smaller now and so happy to sit it out. Kennedy Ventures has been retained but my resolve is being tested as the new man in charge doesn't seem to be achieving much and now the shares are suspended as the accounts aren't going to be ready on time. There can be no excuse for that. At the beginning of the year I could have sold at a good profit as momentum was behind the stock and I felt that they should have continued going higher as the newsflow was all positive. Then with the share price having retreated 50% they did a discounted placing. Share price hasn't recovered since. Still hold Nanoco as Cadnium free dots are the way forward. TV's with this technology should become more in the mainstream this year and so see them as being a big beneficiary. Position isn't great and so happy to sit out. Winners out of the ones I held at the end of last year Asiamet Resources, Crest Nicholson, Communisis and Taptica. Asiamet was the star moving from 2.475p to 10p mid as I type. Newsflow has been fantastic this year. Management have a very strong track record being ex Oxiana. There will be plenty of newsflow in 2018 to keep the price moving, hopefully upward. Looking to go into production at end of 2019 and I am assuming that valuation discrepancy will narrow the closer we get to this point. I believe commodities will continue their good run this year and so will be good for the sector as a whole. Crest Nicholson I sold at £5.33. Sadly it continued to move up quite quickly after I sold by another £1. Anyway it was just over a 50% profit for me and up nearly 18% on the start of the year. Communisis moved from 43.375p to over 60p where I sold them to invest in Inland Homes that I made a quick nice return on. Taptica was the other star performer moving from £1.725 to £4.65 as I type. I had an initial target of £4 on these but decided not to sell. Growth is fantastic and they have excellent management that seem to know what they are doing. Business is in the right place at the right time and they are industry leaders. Made a substantial and good acquisition during the year that will diversify them from a product point of view as well as geographically. Ample opportunity to cross sell. Another smaller acquisition earlier in the year also looked useful. Management haven't put a foot wrong since I bought the shares and so happy to back them that they will extract real value from the acquisitions. P/E is undemanding and if they went for a Nasdaq listing the co would be trading on a much higher rating. I actually increased my holding during the year. Good purchases this year have been my position in Central Asia Metals. I bought in at around £2.08 and now £3.06 and I have received good dividends as well. Reverse takeover this year looks very well timed. Combined entity will be producing a lot of free cash flow that will pay down the debt they took on quickly. Base metals prices continue to be strong and approaching breakout levels. I believe still very undervalued but the market will probably need to see some figures from the combined entity to power the share price much further. Horizonte Minerals has been another good buy. Bought the majority of my holding around 3p and they are 5p as I type. Moving towards BFS in first half of next year. Interesting recent acquisition that looks cheap on any metric but as usual it will be in the execution. Very little financial commitment re the purchase until they start producing. By that time the asset will be worth many multiples of what they paid for it. Griffin Mining I didn't mention on here as I was too embarrassed to mention as it is a Zinc miner operating in China. In my defence they have been operating there trouble free for 20 years and have a very good relationship with the authorities. Zinc prices have been strong this year and that trend is expected to continue. Production is increasing. Waiting for approval to mine zone II that will double production. Admittedly they have been waiting a while. Infrastructure all in place when the approval comes through. They are throwing of tonnes of cash and have repaid $44m of debt this year and so are now debt free. Plan going forward is to reward shareholders with juicy dividends. Company is ridiculously cheap even without zone II approval. I see similarities with Central Asia Metals. Bought at 64p, 74p and 110p for an average around 81p. Currently around 116p. Looking forward to a trading update in the new year, results later on and clarification about dividends. MOGP, TRD, VLTY and NTBR are other holdings that I am taking into next year and believe all are undervalued based on what is in the public domain. Sorry for the long post but does help to revisit why I am holding the shares that I do. GLA for 2018 and hope that it is a healthy and prosperous year. Gary
gary1966: 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: 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: 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: Well I have taken a gamble today and sold 30% of my RUSP holding to buy CAML at 207.8p average. At that level yielding a historic 7.5% which I suspect will increase this year. Production levels maintained at last years level. Copper price has strengthened enormously over the last year which will pretty much drop through to the bottom line. Management excellent delivering to time scales and on or under budget. Resource expanding. F/X moved favourably since last year. Structural copper shortage starting to take hold. Demand side improving with electric cars etc. Copper price breaking out to higher levels yet the share price has declined whilst this has taken place.
gary1966: Tilts, Yes it is a shame that more ideas aren't exchanged on here as Skyship puts a lot of effort into setting up the thread. Thought I would look back at the shares I had mentioned on here after your comment and in reality I should have had a very good year but sadly alternative investments outside of shares have cost me very dear this year. Anyway looking back is as follows: RIO I mentioned when they were £19 and they did drop from here but were a great share to trade and buy on the dips. They closed Friday at £30.14 for a 58% gain and there would have been some good income as well. BG I mentioned at the same time as they were trading at a 10% discount to what RDSB had bid for them. £9 at the time which was the equivalent of a RDSB share price of around £12.50-75. Closed Friday at £21.54 for a 70% gain and probably another £1.30 in divi payments. Cenkos at around £1.70 and they just kept going down. Sold on a bounce at around £1.29 and glad I did as they are now 70p. Equiniti mentioned at just under £1.50 and closed Friday at £1.93 for a 28% gain. RTN mentioned at £4.45 and again at £2.70. At £2.70 a good investment but at my £4.45 disastrous. Could have made 50%+ on £2.70 but never in a profit at £4.45. Reduced holding but still hold HNR mentioned at 23.50p and went up to 80p+ in short order. Closed Friday at 32.75p and so good return still there but was a good short term momentum trade. BNN Technology (Formerly DJI Holdings) mentioned at 76p and doubled within 2 months from memory. Went up to £1.80 and closed Friday at £1.40 and so hovering around doubling. Waiting for Nasdaq listing and numerous announcements. Have traded at times as it is a good share for that but have retained a core holding as I think the prospects are very good indeed for 2017, famous last words. Still hold ARS mentioned at 2.5p and have traded between 2-3.1p since. Fantastic acreage with excellent proven management. Share price at a large disconnect to NPV that is increasing all the time. Licence news has been expected for some time and once got hopefully that will be the catalyst for the re-rating of the share price. Still hold CAMB have been disappointing falling from 69p to 59p despite excellent results. Market obviously didn't like the comment about signs of lower margins on new car sales but this is only half the business. Given the low P/E it was already trading on this seemed harsh but not sure what the catalyst will be to get the price moving again. Still hold CMS mentioned at 40p and currently 35.25p. Market seems to be focusing on the pension deficit as opposed to the underlying business which is trading very well. Good yield and a very low P/E. Hopefully sentiment will shift to the operational side and bond yields rising should help the pension deficit. Still hold TECH mentioned at 10.75p and I took a 39% profit in three weeks. Closed Friday at 14.75 and expect them to breach 20p in 2017 as underlying trade is growing rapidly and on a very low current P/E. TMMG mentioned at 38p and currently 42p. Have been slightly higher but not had their re-rating yet. Trade still very good and still on a very low P/E. Hopefully 2017 will be their year from a share price point of view. Still hold TRD mentioned at 35.6p and a 50% gain available within a week. Fantastic results out did get the share price going on this one as they moved up to 65p. Trading on a P/E of about 6.5 and won't be surprised to see them reach £1 during 2017. Took a 50% profit personally and then re-entered for a couple of day 18% gain. On my watchlist and will not be averse to re-entering at the higher price around trading update/results time. Oct mentioned but never bought as the price started to move. Should have as price had only moved to around 1.25p and closed Friday at 2.35p. Probably have 3p+ in them in 2017 but will keep watching presently for any dips. LVD in same catagory as OCT. Price had moved to around £1.30 but should have bought as they were still cheap and have now moved to £2.17. Being taken over and so opportunity should be gone now. CHT mentioned at £1.50 and are subject to an undervalued MBO. Hope it isn't successful and large shareholders oppose the rejection compensation as this company is growing fast and I felt would have been at the bid price within 6 months just based on trading. Closed Friday at £2.13 but has offer on the table of just over £2.30 in cash and an unsecured promissory note at 43c. Still hold TALK mentioned at £2 but thankfully sold at £2.06 as wanted to buy PANR and TRD on their respective dips. Not sure what to make of them now as a second data breach is not good but operationally things don't look as bad as the share price is suggesting. Syntonic I mentioned at around 5.1c and so currently down around a third despite some very encouraging announcements/developments since I mentioned them. Hopeful that price will improve substantially in 2017 otherwise I wouldn't still be holding. TAP realised that I hadn't mentioned these when I picked them up at £1.39 on a dip. Same old same old, very low P/E and growing rapidly. Company has greatly upgraded market expectations to $22.5m for the year and the market cap is around £95m which includes net cash of around $10m. Too cheap in my opinion for such a rapidly growing, cash generative business. Anyway you will all be pleased to hear that that is my one and only review for the year and hope that as a result of others making suggestions here that next year won't be the Gary's PA punting thread if Skyship is kind enough to set up the 2017 version. ATB Gary
gary1966: Picked up a few Talktalk below £2 at the beginning of the week. Not convinced that things are as bad as the share price has suggested. Company has re-affirmed dividend for this year will be at least at the same level as last year and so yielding nearly 8%. Only a small position but would drip feed more in as funds permit and if share price continues to weaken. Hopefully interim results and a trading update on TMMG will get the share price moving again this week as currently trading on a forecast P/E of a smidge over 5 and currently trading near 52 week lows.
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