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LONG Longships

8.25
0.00 (0.00%)
17 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Longships LONG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 8.25 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
8.25 8.25
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Longships LONG Dividends History

No dividends issued between 20 May 2014 and 20 May 2024

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Posted at 16/5/2024 10:48 by cfro
Giving out free sausage rolls at that GRG site visit, i'm in Lol..

AV dividend i have down as next Thursday. Next week i have a shed load of dividends coming in. I will be able to make some over-due top-ups..
Posted at 09/5/2024 09:34 by cfro
MNG dividend landed with a great big donk in my account this morning and i have made my first new buy of the year in STVG using the funds..

Got a whole list of companies i want to buy but this has been top of my list for a good while with a PE of nine and dividend yield of around 4.5% with the studios division doing really great it is a sitting duck for a t/o imv..
Posted at 01/5/2024 08:38 by igoe104
Very strange share price action with alot of insurance companies since they have hit ex dividend, especially CSN and MNG...

I surprised someone not tried their luck with a cheeky £3 20 bid for CSN
Posted at 01/5/2024 07:28 by cfro
Decent results for CNC at long last. Waited a long time for this and just hope, fingers xxd, that this is the start of bigger things here.
Posted at 27/2/2024 21:02 by hpcg
You are of course correct, but the chart shows that not many want to take the trade. It is perhaps only just cheap, and even then not excessively so, and perhaps even expensive on a PEG basis. I'm rather trusting the house broker is being fed conservative expectations from the board. For long longs I guess the hiatus, if it is that, since June 23, doesn't matter, but for potential long longs their patience might well be rewarded further.

Anyway, I'm not here to pick a fight or ruin your board, I just don't happen to disagree with the tactic of only buying rising shares.
Posted at 22/2/2024 12:10 by igoe104
India is a bigger market than China now for HSBC. HSBC are predicted growth for 2024 is in the mid teens. Plus a cracking dividend payer. I've held for many years,

Q4 dividend 4% yield, and 3% special dividend within the next few months, very welcome...
Posted at 13/2/2024 11:04 by cfro
Good article on BOWL in last weeks IC that i was reading over the weekend by Phil Oakley. (High up on my wishlist now).

He reckons for investors wanting both growth and income it ticks all the boxes. A pe of about 13 and dividend yield of 5%..

I feel the same way as he does because he also goes on to say that with the recent takeover of TEG this puts the spotlight on BOWL as the UK's no 1 operator of bowling centres. Private equity really think they are great investments and he wouldnt be surprised to also see a takeover here.

If so then to put it on a similar take-out price of TEG would see a share price in excess of 400p and possibly much more..
Posted at 09/2/2024 17:48 by cfro
I own a small holding in BATS. If ever there was a sector so disliked, victimised and hated it's this.

They are battling huge headwinds that's for sure but the industry will still keep going and still be around in 50 years time. People have a choice and for many that is smoking or increasingly vaping. BATS also have nicotine patches which they believe will be 50% of the business in a few years time..

A pe of six and dividend yield of 10% i don't think you could do worse. Don't expect capital gains but give me 10% gain each year and im happy given the markets right now..
Posted at 08/2/2024 09:36 by cfro
Same here i've got a long list i don't know what i would buy first..

Been looking at WHSmith. Pe 13 and dividend yield of about 3%. Doesn't look that cheap on the face of it but very unloved as all ftse100 shares. I like their large presence in Asia but US is where they are now concentrating to expand rapidly.
Posted at 06/2/2024 13:44 by cfro
One of my holdings ALU had decent interim results today and upped the dividend slightly.

As long as all my holdings do the same thing and up their dividends then i shall be happy..

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