Buy
Sell
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Livermore Investments Group Limited LSE:LIV London Ordinary Share VGG550931015 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 44.00 42.20 45.80 - 0.00 09:12:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 -0.7 -0.5 - 84

Livermore Investments Share Discussion Threads

Showing 13726 to 13749 of 13800 messages
Chat Pages: 552  551  550  549  548  547  546  545  544  543  542  541  Older
DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/1/2012
19:32
Big trade at 13p. Buyback perhaps?
hugepants
31/12/2011
13:47
Hi Folks, I've included LIV in my Baker's Dozen for 2012 – see my latest blog post on: wexboy.wordpress.com Best of luck in the New Year! Wexboy
wexboy
14/12/2011
15:13
Past its sell-by date (June 2005 - £2.60).
spectoacc
14/12/2011
14:48
I think its half-baked.
hugepants
14/12/2011
14:27
Or cooked.
spectoacc
14/12/2011
13:04
its gone off the boil
hugepants
14/12/2011
09:35
is something cooking
hugepants
31/10/2011
14:29
Everest Special Sits Livermore - Letter to board RNS Number : 7406I Everest Special Situations Fund 20 June 2011 EVEREST FUNDS L.P May 26th, 2011 To: Livermore Investments Board of Directors Ron Baron - Executive Director and Chief Investment Officer Gartenstrasse 10 8002 Zürich Switzerland Tel: +41-43-3443200 Fax: +41-43-2430306 Dear Sirs, We are substantial investors in Livermore, having initiated our investment during very rough times for the company. Despite very positive developments reflected in Livermore's massive cash position, its profitability and the diversification of its assets, the share price, which is the ultimate barometer of successful management and shareholder satisfaction, does not reflect the intrinsic value of the company and regrettably so. We believe management should take an active role in making Livermore properly understood in the market. This requires a concerted effort to ensure the investment community fully understands the company's strategy, assets and direction well beyond the semi-annual financial statements read only by a handful of shareholders. In our opinion this will serve to increase liquidity, which in turn will be followed by share price appreciation. It can be argued that the current situation is not unintentional. It serves mainly the controlling party as the grossly undervalued share price allows the company to utilize its existing cash to buy back stock at ridiculously low prices from the minority shareholders who do not understand the fundamentals and true situation of the business. We have serious concerns in this area considering that another business controlled by Livermore's controlling shareholder, also a public company, enjoys extensive public relations, media coverage and endless presentations to asset managers. It also pays handsome dividends annually. This is in complete contrast to the situation at Livermore and one can only seriously question the different agendas and conflicts of interest. We urge the board and management to immediately take the necessary steps to serve all stakeholders' interests. These measures include acting in line with their fiduciary duties to take any and all appropriate action to elucidate to the street the fundamental soundness of the Company's business and what we believe is at least the 100% potential upside in Livermore's share price, which will be realized once the street perceives the strength of its business. This can be accomplished through sharing important and relevant information with the investment community, presentations and meetings. If management does not accept this minimal fiduciary duty, it should consider an alternative route to unlock value for minority investors by means of a tender offer, M&A, dividends or liquidation. We trust that our recommendations will be given the serious consideration befitting a board that seeks the best interests of all its shareholders. Sincerely, Nani Maoz Chairman
hugepants
23/9/2011
09:24
Well NAV is now 36p per share. So at 13p trading at a huge discount now. Should be buying more really but who knows whats going to happen to the market in the next few months. http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201109230700087907O
hugepants
23/9/2011
07:32
More good results but there's a "what's the point" element to owning LIV - no divi, no share price rise. Probably get taken out on the cheap in the end?
spectoacc
31/8/2011
21:58
mots - 31 Aug'11 - 21:50 - 14732 of 14734 Bellamy and Suarez will be a handful for anyone - Carroll wont, mark my words,one of the worst deals in transfer history. abix74 - 31 Aug'11 - 21:54 - 14733 of 14734 edit mots, you're better than me at fantasy football but I know sport better than you. Carroll will come good.
abix74
28/7/2011
20:27
LIV have just bought back 6% of the company at 16p. http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201107281807503227L 28 July 2011 ...Livermore announces that it has acquired an additional 17,500,000 ordinary shares of the Company at an average price of 16 pence per share. The Company will hold these shares in treasury for the time being....
hugepants
20/6/2011
16:14
Interesting; long out of these but no question cheap vs NAV. But can they really do anything vs big majority s/holder?
spectoacc
20/6/2011
14:37
Shareholders not happy! http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201106201255417406I
hugepants
19/5/2011
11:28
I suspect they'd have no problem delisting now if they want adam. This is the reason I wont hold too many even though Im certain there would be an associated tender offer. At what price though? They bought back over 8M shares at 50% of NAV last year, so must have effectively made over a million pounds profit. I think they are probably quite happy to keep doing this.
hugepants
19/5/2011
10:37
I haven't bought yet mainly because of the large shareholding of the CEO. Investors, me certainly, are probably discounting the possibility that they declare there is no necessity for an AIM listing and the added cost. They need 75% of the voting shares. Of course with over 50% and probably few voting it won't be long till they can do that. Why not offer NAV or say 10% discount to NAV in a tender offer to shareholders to allow them exit? Why are they hard-balling their own shareholders? I think a share buy-back at a steep discount is morally defensible when there is liquidity in the shares. It is at least then arguable that the price is a fair market price. There is no liquidity here apart from selling your shares cheaply back to the company.
adam
19/5/2011
08:57
Good set of results today http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201105190700168817G NAV up 13% to over 30p
hugepants
07/4/2011
20:58
Ive picked up a few given downside looks limited. They are buying back shares and it looks cheap with 28p NAV including a decent amount of cash and liquid assets. http://www.livermore-inv.com/
hugepants
21/4/2010
12:55
Aye depends what they do with the proceeds; a fat loss overall for them but a good exit from what's been a pretty dire investment. Am waiting for Hell to experience a mild frost before I go back into LIV.
spectoacc
20/4/2010
16:15
can't see it being bad for Livermore as i think the guy that runs LIV owns a good 50% of the shares, so would not shoot himself in the foot. I am not in these ATM, but might consider re-investing if it looks like the NAV is firming up with cash and easier to value assets.
adam
20/4/2010
15:52
"Fragiolig (a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Izaki Group, the Israel-based real estate development firm)". So def not LIV it seems. And a quick search brings up: http://www.atlasestates.com/m_chairman_invest_committee.asp So the bidder is the eponymous group of the chairman of the investment committee? LIV is Israeli-owned too, definitely no connection?
spectoacc
20/4/2010
10:59
> LIV are doing the buying! How? It looks like FRAGIOLIG are buying and LIV are selling, no?
adam
20/4/2010
10:40
LIV are doing the buying! Averaging down by buying the entire co - two points spring to mind: 1. They're getting a bargain, and may well succeed with the bid due to large shareholding 2. More cynically, are they just doing it so they can quote the NAV fig, rather than Atlas's s/p?
spectoacc
19/4/2010
19:14
livermore bought in at £2.25 in may 08, the offer is 90p for atlas, heavy loss if they accept
fozzyb
Chat Pages: 552  551  550  549  548  547  546  545  544  543  542  541  Older
ADVFN Advertorial
Your Recent History
LSE
LIV
Livermore ..
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20210517 09:45:30