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LTHM Latham (james) Plc

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24 May 2024 - Closed
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Latham (james) Investors - LTHM

Latham (james) Investors - LTHM

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Latham (james) Plc LTHM London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 1,235.00 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,235.00 1,235.00 1,235.00 1,235.00 1,235.00
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Posted at 28/3/2024 15:12 by davebowler
The mkt cap of £227m is only a bit higher than the last balance sheet NTAV of £202m. So at some point LTHM shareholders should receive a bonus from special divis, buybacks, etc.

It’s difficult to think of any other small cap with a balance sheet this ridiculously strong, so LTHM shares are absolutely copper-bottomed, for investors who want to sleep at night.

I have to stay at GREEN, due to this immense financial strength, and reasonable valuation (providing future profits don't slip)
Posted at 29/11/2021 15:04 by davidosh
Just to let shareholders and prospective investors know that James Latham will be featured on the Mello Monday webinar event tonight at 5.30pm to 9:30pm. There will be over 400 investors attending and these are very popular shows with company presentations, fund manager and investor interviews, and panel sessions.
Tickets are still available and if you would like one at half price then enter the code MMTADVFN50.

Monday 29th November 2021, 5.30pm – 9.30pm

5.30 pm Mello welcome
5.35 pm David Stredder interviews Rosemary Banyard, Fund Manager to VT Downing Unique Opportunities Fund
6.10 pm Company presentation by Headlam
6.50 pm Alan Charlton presents educational insights
7.05 pm Company presentation by K3 Capital
7.45 pm Steve Clapham is Behind the Balance Sheet and looking at The Hut Group
8.00 pm Company presentation by Kanabo
8.30 pm Mello BASH with Kevin Taylor, Damian Cannon and Chris Boxall
Posted at 10/7/2021 09:17 by jimboyce
Rated as a buy by Investors Chronicle yesterday.
Posted at 25/11/2020 14:53 by alter ego
Buy recommendation in today's Investors Chronicle on line. Yes I know "kiss of death" and all the usual rollocks about the IC

"Industry data suggests James Latham is operating in a resilient market. UK timber and joinery sales increased every month this year with the exception of April and May, according to GfK data, while timber demand has driven gains in the category over the third quarter. The company’s outlook is mixed. Coronavirus headaches for industries such as hospitality and shops have weighed upon business levels, though, conversely, demand for its commodity panel products is high. As a result, margins have increased since the end of the interim period. With Brexit on the horizon, James Latham has increased stock levels in product categories most likely to be affected by the UK’s exit from the EU."
Posted at 22/12/2014 07:30 by cwa1
As mentioned by CR:-

Holdings in Company

Director's Shareholding

James Latham announces that Northland Capital Partners Limited, the Company's broker, has arranged a placing ("the Placing") of the Company's shares held by Sir Robert McAlpine Enterprises Limited ("SRMEL"). Following the Placing, the Company has been notified by SRMEL that it is no longer a shareholder in James Latham. The shares were placed at GBP5.00 each with new and existing shareholders.

Commenting on the change in the share register, Peter Latham, Chairman of James Latham, said: "the McAlpine family has been a strong and valuable supporter of the Company over many years and in their place we are pleased to welcome a number of institutional investors onto the share register."

The Company has been notified that Meryl Bushell, a non-executive director of James Latham, purchased 5,000 shares in the Placing. Mrs Bushell now holds 9,400 ordinary shares of 25p each in the Company representing 0.05 per cent. of the total voting rights.
Posted at 27/11/2014 09:44 by grindertrader
Latham James provider of wood products produced encouraging results today and ahead in most margins from this time last year. The balance sheet has been strengthened and the reduction of the pension deficit down to 5.47m from 9.28m is certainly good going.

While in line with market expectations I hope the broker forecasts will now be updated. They have earnings to decrease slightly, but giving the results here I now expect them to be an increase. If this is the case then valuation is cheap.

Trading at a historic PE of 10 and forward PE of around 13. Historic PEG ((non slater metric) of 0.78 and a Rolling PEG of 0.26
Pre-Tax multiple to Market Cap (The Naked Trader way) is around 9x.
This company has a net cash position of 12.60m.
Operating margins also increasing and should go above the 6.91p/

For momentum investors/traders the 12 month RS is over 27% and on the 53 High.

This is part of my main ISA portfolio and happy with the results
Posted at 27/6/2013 11:01 by skyracer
I find Latham un-investible due to the ballooning retirement benefit liability now a whacking £16.7m. The liability should have been constrained years ago and is now a heavy burden for retail investors. So why invest, there are better and more reasonable BoD's around ?
Posted at 25/3/2011 15:04 by greenslug
Simon Thompson recommends in the Investors Chronicle today
Posted at 25/10/2007 19:13 by wiganer
Unfortunately most investor don't, but value will out in the end.
Posted at 29/4/2007 15:41 by anusol
Just started looking at this company as potential long-term buy. The fundamentals seem very impressive, so am I missing something here?

Net current assets of £35m. Turnover £110m, Profit of £34m in last 2 years (p[erating profit seems steady at £5m a year), yet Market CAP on this company is only £46m - plus the interims said £10m is due to be paid in cash for the sale of a site and Nevill Long, so they're going to be rolling in cash. Interims also said margins have increased too.

So any wiser investors got opinions on this - it seems a nice stable, reliable earner for the AIM market.

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