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LONG Longships

8.25
0.00 (0.00%)
19 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Longships LSE:LONG London Ordinary Share GB00B2PKZ581 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 8.25 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
  -
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 8.25 GBX

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Posted at 08/4/2024 07:23 by cfro
I dare say you have already read this Edmund J piece on MNG, but if not here it is. Well worth a read imo:





(With the share price knocked back below 210p on ex-div this looks to me like a great opp to add for those prepared to wait around another 12 months for next years dividend imo).
Posted at 14/3/2024 15:56 by igoe104
SUPR disappointing share price action from what looks solid numbers.

I can only presume Funds are selling into the larger volumes, its easier to sell FTSE 250 companies especially when they have come out with good results...

Investor meet presentation tomorrow...

Decent times writeup
Posted at 13/3/2024 15:21 by igoe104
Everything about momentum in this current market, everyone wants to be on a winning horse. Any decent company that has seen its share price drift, nobody seems interested in it. 🤷

Folks panic selling out of positions because others are selling....And folks buying because others are buying...

I'm seeing both sides of the coin in my portfolio...
Posted at 12/3/2024 08:19 by igoe104
TRIG sold assets 15% at a premium. Whilst the share price is about 30% below its NAV, The market is nuts...
Posted at 12/3/2024 07:31 by igoe104
Steady results from THRL, (who own over 100 nursing homes) share price will improve when they start cutting interest rates, hopefully H2...

Investor meet presentation on 18th March..
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 20/2/2024 17:39 by cfro
Just listened to the IC interview with Daniel Peris. Absolutely fantastic, thanks igoe104 for posting..

Mr Peris is more a historian than a fund manager but what he had to say really struck a chord with what i've been making the case here for a while now.

He looked at 5000 years of US corporate history and concludes that the last 30 years of the US stock market is an anomaly.(an anomaly in the sense that big tech stocks have not paid any dividend and investors have solely relied on capital gains).

He was basically making the case that investors sooner or later expect an income and that should be through dividends. It always has been in the past as capital gains cannot go on for ever.

He called it "very strange" that in order to make money in companies that didnt pay dividends investors expected the share price to rise so they could take profits. But if you think about it, it doesn't make any sense to sell an asset so you can pay yourself. Throughout history the only longevity in wealth creation is to own assets constantly, which produce an income that you continue to take as your profits..
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 25/10/2023 12:42 by pinemartin9
I'm looking at the markets and trying to think about which stocks/sectors could lead a recovery. Assume interest rates have levelled off and may even start to drop in the not too distant future. What will the impact of that be? Will consumers feel like they have more money, will credit become cheaper? How do we as investors position ourselves for that.

My thoughts are that housebuilders, online retail and sectors such as car sales could do well. Are there any bombed out stocks that could multi-bag over a few years from here. I'm thinking along the lines of Shoezone during the pandemic.

I'm already in housebuilders with PSN. Dividend looks good and my most recent purchase was 950 ish. Had my fingers badly burnt with BOO and am holding a load at a big loss. Didn't cut my losses anywhere near early enough. However, perhaps the current share price offers an opportunity?

One I am looking at seriously is MOTR. The share price has been in terminal decline. Revenues have dropped, but they are tightly held and could be one that could move quickly. Any thoughts on sectors/stocks for recovery?

One or two good purchases at these times can make all the difference.
Posted at 06/10/2023 11:02 by cfro
I wonder whats going to happen next with this AV story?

Normally if it is only rumours you get a spike in the share price and it comes straight back down again but that isnt happening here so far at least..

If the share price keeps rising into this afternoon then Amanda will be forced to put out a statement either saying no we havent or yes we have been approached. If the later then the speculation will be on "what price" if the former it will drop back.

My own gut feel is that there definitely parties interested. If we dont hear nothing today then the weekend press will be full of news and speculation.
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