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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 34.50 2 16:35:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
32.00 37.00 32.00 32.00 32.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial -0.70 -0.45 66
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:05:11 UT 2 32.00 GBX

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Livermore Investments Daily Update: Livermore Investments Group Limited is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LIV. The last closing price for Livermore Investments was 34.50p.
Livermore Investments Group Limited has a 4 week average price of 32p and a 12 week average price of 32p.
The 1 year high share price is 52.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 32p.
There are currently 190,093,998 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 197,950 shares. The market capitalisation of Livermore Investments Group Limited is £65,582,429.31.
maloneyt: Wow, thats almost 7p a share dividends, unless I am wrong in my calculations? Is that why the share price are shooting up I wonder?
solarno lopez: Most odd the difference between the sale proceeds and the mortgage on the property is HUGE and yet the share price remains firm Probably no one has realised but when they do !!
maloneyt: So the family silver has now been sold. seems good for the share price. whats next and where to now, I wonder ??
hugepants: 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
adam: because you take out a mortgage on something doesn't mean you want to sell it - the opposite. interesting to note that Atlas seems to be doing o.k share price wise and still a big discount to NAV. i would buy some but not my cup of tea. also Atlas have been very careful in ring fencing all assets separately
25cent: Hi mrionionbahjee2, To say the very least, its a very complex web of financial dealings,virtually no liquidity and as far as i can see zero transparency and on top of that complicated leveraging of assets originally bought. I dont see any mention of the need to leverage debt on its assets in any RNS or past results from the company? What i find bizarre is that the Net Value of the investments has apparently gone up since the credit crunch and global collapse in equity and property prices?? Back in May 08 in its final results the company said the net asset value was 47p. Now after all the turmoil and pain in the markets its somehow gone upto 50p? That's some performance is that, especially when in September Livermore said in its results thats it "expects that some of the anticipated exits from its investments in 2008 will likely be delayed until more favorable global economic conditions return." yet again this was before the real collapse in the markets in October/November? If its delaying its exit from these "investments" surly that must indicate that they have fallen considerably in value?? Dec 07 Livermore today announces the acquisition of 8.41% of the issued share capital of Atlas Estates Limited, by means of the purchase of 4,076,836 issued ordinary shares in Atlas at an average price of 277.48p per share. The total consideration for this investment is #11.3m in cash. Dec 07 Livermore today announces the acquisition of 8.41% of the issued share capital of Atlas Estates Limited, by means of the purchase of 4,076,836 issued ordinary shares in Atlas at an average price of 277.48p per share. The total consideration for this investment is #11.3m in cash. 31 December 07 The agreement with Elran is for the purchase of 4,097,509 Ordinary Shares in Atlas at a price of Euro4.8 (£3.53) per share, amounting to a total consideration of Euro19,668,443 (£14,461,796), representing an additional 9.1% of Atlas's issued share capital (excluding treasury shares held by Atlas). Under this agreement Livermore will transfer the consideration for the purchased shares by no later than 15 January 2008. Share price of Atlas at the close on Friday was 61p and also it's getting delisted from the Aim Liv holds 24% of Atlas 99% bought a lot higher than 60p most of them above £3 and is holding a massive loss in Atlas, but this seems to have no effect on increasing the net asset value of the LIV shares. Maybe the observant ones also note who LIV bought the shares from for over £3 a pop? Yep look who crops up again the same Israeli company that LIV invested in Its Romanian TV station venture, none other than Elran. How on earth could the NAV have increased since May 08? i really don't understand?
25cent: Fozzy, so why not get a listing The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) in Tel Aviv then instead of AIM? I am not for one minute suggesting that the tight rules of the TASE and the notoriously lax rules on AIM contributed to this decision, but i personally don't understand the connection with England? He is a Israeli investing in Israeli companies or funds but for some reason registers on aim??? I personally value this company at zero when you take into account the debt and lack of liquidity in its holdings. Tell me now, why would Lanir not buy out the whole company if it was worth 50p a share. Why does he not want to buy 50p's for 12p?? Indeed he had to get a special resolution voted through by the board (sic)in order for him not to have to make a full offer once he had passed 29.99% holding. I don't want to be disrespectful but he certainly does not come across to me as someone who would pass up the opportunity to make easy millions if the assets really are worth 500% more than the share price. He is a business man and businessmen don't normally walk away from "easy money" deals do they? I also note that LIV has debts! One pure 11.6 million debt, why is that? and a fully drawn credit facility of 74 million secured on its train station property in Switzerland???? That's a lot of debt, and i don't understand why or for what the debt is for? What does liv need money for? i thought that the idea was to invest the cash it made from selling EOL and not to leveraged debt on the back of properties bought from that cash? I would be very careful fozzy if you hold these. It seems PRTY feel like they also have been led up the garden path to the tune of 450 million by the the now apparently charitable Lanir' former company EOL. As we know this then turned into LIV with the cash from selling the gaming side of EOL and the cAsh settlement from the court action against PRTY. Livmore say they are worth 50p a share or 140 million I repeat does this guy look like someone who would ignore apparently a easy £100 million pound profit for taking out the remaining stock on LIV? it does not make any sense does it? I suspect that a share delisting may well be not far away. Anyone on this thread from the LGB thread? AIMHO
the diviner: Hi abix, With RSA @ 82p the downside is limited and they are likely to be near 100p at Q1 results. (They could go lower short term). If you want something steady and you are not in a hurry then have a look at WSW. The problem is that you may need to hold for a long time as the WSW share price is flat lined. That's not a problem for me as I tend to hold long term. All shares carry risks but at these levels the downside of both of these shares are limited. IMHO. TD PS. I hold shares in both of these companies.
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