Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Manolete Partners Plc LSE:MANO London Ordinary Share GB00BYWQCY12 ORD 0.4P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 302.50 7,622 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
295.00 310.00 302.50 302.50 302.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 18.68 9.46 17.00 17.8 132
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:16:57 O 700 296.00 GBX

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Manolete Partners Daily Update: Manolete Partners Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MANO. The last closing price for Manolete Partners was 302.50p.
Manolete Partners Plc has a 4 week average price of 297.50p and a 12 week average price of 297.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 600p while the 1 year low share price is currently 235p.
There are currently 43,571,425 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 41,837 shares. The market capitalisation of Manolete Partners Plc is £131,803,560.63.
gaiusgracchus: I try not to comment on share price action, but it's looking like the large trade today could be Soros FM trying to exit or reduce, and if it's a full exit they're looking for then the share price could be weak for a while given the lack of liquidity. I suppose we'll see if there's an RNS from them over the coming days.
maddox: The report is trash, but it's irrelevant, Personal Investors know that a short attack will damage the share price and so very sensibly they sell - the share price plunge thus becomes an inevitability. Great tactics - sell now and buy back later at a cheaper price. So, there is probably a lot of money sitting on the sidelines ready to buy. They'll all be trying to spot the bottom, but once they start trying to buy back in there likely to be a squeeze.
jonwig: Its broker may advise a statement on "unusual share price movement". Looking at the trades data (two PMEs as well) I suspect it's more manipulation than panic.
jonwig: Investors Chronicle covers results. Conclusion: Analysts at Peel Hunt forecast adjusted earnings of 24p per share for the 12 months to March 2021, and 28p in FY2022. IC View A wide bid-offer spread may have played a hand in the share price spike which greeted full-year results, but most signs point to a high-margin business (400p, 19 Dec 2019) growing at a clip. The looming spike in legal work stemming from company and personal bankruptcies, while bleak, is unlikely to dim those prospects, though confidence would improve further if cash flows start to better reflect booked profits. Repeated upgrades mean the shares still offer value on 18 times’ next year’s earnings forecasts. Buy. They also make the point that realised profits don't immediately show up as cash flow, but as debtors first. (This is given in more detail on p21 of the AR.)
maddox: For heavens sake don't waste your money signing up with Share Prophets to get hold of the 'EXPLOSIVE DOSSIER' - Short Report on MANO - I have an independently sourced copy and it ain't worth the paper it isn't written on. It's a struggle reading through it with the typos, poor wording and formatting is a real mess. One of the illustrations is duplicated. It cannot decide whether to use 'mark-to-market' or 'mark-to-model'. It has the production quality to match for one of those Nigerian 419 email scams. All in all it's pretty shoddy piece of work but no matter it did its job on Friday. It's followed the Muddy Waters' short attack recipe – and has most of the ingredients – the tweet issued in advance that promises a ‘damning and incredibly detailed’ report. The report has the other Muddy Water’s ingredients, it mentions Enron, Worldcom and John Moulton takes the place of Neil Woodford. We are introduced to some shadowy chap Prof Peter Wilson that once had such a nice lunch with Manolete he Tweeted a picture or the restaurant (featured). The detail is provided from Manolete’s own report and account but is presented as original research. Well who’d know, how many actually wade through the detail of an Annual Report. The central thesis is that MANO should be valued like BUR rather than the other way around. There are a few points of interest such as the new Corporate Insolvency & Governance Act 2020 that suspends liability for trading whilst insolvent. These accurate factoids all serve to lend some credibility to the expertise of the author, whom in this case wants to remain anonymous. However, the author refers to this legislation as a 'Bill' but when a Bill is passed into legislation it becomes an 'Act' which only serves to undermine his credibility. Apparently the report is so scandalous that the author has had to hide behind the brave and righteous Tom Winnifroth of Share Prophets. No matter, the plan worked and MANO’s share price plummeted from 511p to 462p - 9.58% in a period of fifteen minutes. This is a predictable market response to the concerted shorting of the shares by ‘those in the know’ together with panicked investors selling immediately to protect their capital. Personal investors have been conditioned by the Muddy Waters short attack on Burford, rather like Pavlov’s dogs, to sell on the first whiff of controversy raised on their shareholdings. No doubt, Mr Smith in LSE’s Market Oversight Dept will not spot anything to raise his concerns. His highly calibrated 'Millennium Bug Pentagon' market surveillance system which is the scourge of market manipulators will be purring quietly un-disturbed. So, ka-ching, money made, short closed let’s look for another target. Just another day on the markets under the watchful eye of the LSE and the toothless tiger that is the FCA. Message me your email if you want a copy of this trash - it's not copyright protected. Regards Maddox
xpertgreeny: New report on insolvency litigation market shows growth to £1.5Bn a year and big shift to funders like MANO. Impact of 2015 and 2016 legal changes. MANO share of funders slice up from 52% to 67%.
jonwig: The current NAV - isn't it about 71p? Whilst I wouldn't use that as a measure to compare the share price with, its rate of growth might be. The trouble is that the number is distorted by the recent IPO funds and big expansion in investments, so it will be a while before we can get anything much from that. Actually, the rate of NAV growth ought to be much the same as the rate of earnings growth (divis are negligible), so I'm going to stick with the bottom line and with eps. Maybe the most interesting account is cashflow: cash fell from £9.7m to £3.1m between March and September through investing the IPO funds. I'd expect the cash pile to get topped-up by March.
jonwig: HY results: Share price reaction will be based on what expectations were. But also there's the issue of fair value movements which may hold the shares back.
xpertgreeny: Peel Hunt on Bloomberg: Manolete Partners# (Add from Hold, TP 450p) - Financially healthy, recommendation upgrade Manolete Partners is in excellent financial health, with net cash (nil borowings) of probably £7.5m today, and has a completely different profile to other litigation funders. Its returns are much higher than others in the industry, it has a strong cash collection record, case duration is typically short – currently less than one year – it is in much greater control of its cases, it has a wide network of partners that bring repeat business, and it has more visibility on its growth than others as regional teams are built out. Following recent share price weakness we upgrade to Add from Hold, TP 450p. Arden, also today, reiterate Buy. TP: 590p
williamcooper104: Sold some more Mano - won’t cry too much if stock falls by 30 percent from here (which of course it could - and would still be on c35x - and that’s probably the right price for the stock IMO at this time) Mano are quite different from Bur Hybrid debt collector and litigation funder with a very specific niche - most of their claims are preferences/illegal dividends - eg shareholders taking money out before a bankruptcy. There’s no currency risk for GBP investors The regulatory risks are different from Bur So I’m happy to be a long term Mano holder as I think it’s a good compliment with Bur My bear point on the company (other than current share price) is that their capital efficiency in buying claims for little/no money and making quick returns begs the question why IPs sell claims. True administrators often have little funding to litigate and they all are under pressure to wrap up insolvencies and banks/IPs often give away huge value tomorrow for cash today. Mitigating that concern is of course the track record of buying many claims Into LIT too - not as confident - and perhaps in there for the wrong reasons eg because have had outsized returns in the sector Can afford for my holdings in Bur/LIT/Mano to go to zero and still have made a very decent return - but that could cloud my judgment
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