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LMS Lms Capital Plc

18.80
0.00 (0.00%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lms Capital Plc LSE:LMS London Ordinary Share GB00B12MHD28 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 18.80 18.00 19.60 18.00 18.00 18.00 1,529 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Investment Advice -1.54M -3.73M -0.0462 -3.90 14.53M
Lms Capital Plc is listed in the Investment Advice sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LMS. The last closing price for Lms Capital was 18.80p. Over the last year, Lms Capital shares have traded in a share price range of 15.30p to 24.60p.

Lms Capital currently has 80,727,450 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Lms Capital is £14.53 million. Lms Capital has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -3.90.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/5/2024
16:48
I've just been having another look at these and would like to know what the 4 staff earning over £100k a year actually do?

Also, the Dacian 'investment' doesn't even appear to be able to service its debts, potentially worthless.

As for Castle View, half the apartments were empty 5 years after it was built. I suppose Covid is one excuse, if all the pensioners are dead who is there to buy them?

On reflection I think I'll probably sell and take the hit on the chin.

arthur_lame_stocks
25/4/2024
00:15
I've had a holding on and off here for years, I've been holding for a while and buying a few more as the price falls and It's not impossible to force Robert Rayne to wind up the company if we can convince a Court that it is in all our interests. Please take a look at the below link and let me know what you think. My own feeling is to start with an EGM which will probably get voted down and when it does to try going nuclear.
arthur_lame_stocks
13/4/2024
10:48
Should be wound up but Rayne own 40%
hindsight
13/4/2024
08:20
Could not agree more. Anyone who would want to live in Castle View out of choice needs his or her head examined built as it is on a hugely busy interchange and roundabout. There is just one picture out of the gallery (which features the fountain) which bears no relation to the activity here during the day.
langland
13/4/2024
07:52
The oak bloke has looked at this on his substack and sees the huge value on offer. I felt obliged to.post it was ever this and the only thing the company does is pay exorbitant fees to RR. Investors wont get anything from the trough until the pig steps away, and why would he? The LSE and the FCA should step it, but wont.
donald pond
19/3/2024
09:14
Agree on the above. I don't think they have a clue. The retirement living investment doesn't strike me as having great risk/reward. Au contraire. When you think of all the cheap looking listed real estate companies is this the best they could come up with after all the time they spent on it?
hugepants
19/3/2024
08:15
All about Robert Rayne - the man is an absolute investment manager disaster. Always has been. Now we see his first big thing on regaining his hands on the reins, namely Dacia, is having a few "production" problems...
skyship
22/1/2024
09:58
HP - thnx for that. I'd missed it too...
skyship
21/1/2024
23:53
Yep some activity and I missed the Medhost sale at end of last month for $8.6M, booking a $1.6M profit.
hugepants
22/12/2023
08:21
I own a few from 21p. The 4% yield and 60% discount worthy of a small punt.

An interesting acquisition announced yesterday. The strategy seems a good one; though this is Robert Rayne, so we most likely overpaid by 25%+

Any vendor's eyes would light up when they see RR approaching with an open chequebook.

skyship
10/8/2023
16:26
The posts have dried up and no wonder. It's embarrassing admitting you actually hold shares in this! It's now on a 60% discount with 80% of the market cap covered by net cash. I reckon Bob Rayne should call it quits. An investment manager he is not.
hugepants
19/5/2023
11:43
0.625p dividend announced yesterday. Goes ex on 26/05
hugepants
02/5/2023
14:31
yeah its ridiculous. But they have teams (plural) sourcing properties to invest in. That's hard work.
hugepants
02/5/2023
14:23
Another £0.5m of investors cash spent on running just a few investments...
igbertsponk
02/5/2023
14:11
At least there will be a couple of dividends paid out over the next few months. Yield is 4% now.

Re Armstrong/Rath Dhu they crop up quite a lot with notifiable holdings in value type investment companies eg. MVI. I don't think they are activists per se.

hugepants
28/4/2023
15:41
This stock is always a puzzle
cc2014
28/4/2023
08:35
Q1 update


NAV 57.2p
Cash 21.6p
Net cash 19.2p

US company MedHost valuation up (its about 11% of the NAV)
Brockton Capital (property) also up (13% of NAV).
Opus Capital Venture Partners down (11% of NAV).

I note the real estate teams (plural lol) are still looking for a property to invest in. One of these years they'll find something. They could just have invested in a basket of reits or any number of public property companies but that would have been too obvious.

hugepants
14/4/2023
15:06
"Collecting" - buying indeed - but difficult to discern with what in mind. You don't take 16% in an unmarketable stock just to hold and do nothing!
skyship
14/4/2023
15:04
Nothing they can do. They can't buy enough to force Rayne to do anything.

My guess is they are just collecting.

cc2014
14/4/2023
15:03
Maybe they think they can out the huge value; incompetence notwithstanding?
boystown
14/4/2023
14:46
13,350,000 Shares - 16.54%. Intriguing. Wonder what they're playing at?

The totally incompetent Robert Rayne controls this; so nothing can happen without his say so. Yet Armstrong increasing their stake. Surely has to be some purpose behind such a move!

skyship
14/4/2023
11:03
The Armstrong/Rath Dhu axis are continuing to accumulate. Up to 16.5% now.
hugepants
20/3/2023
07:25
Just a c.56% discount then - with 38% in cash
boystown
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