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MVI Marwyn Value Investors Limited

94.00
0.00 (0.00%)
12 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Marwyn Value Investors Limited LSE:MVI London Ordinary Share KYG5897M1740 ORD 0.0001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 94.00 92.00 96.00 94.00 94.00 94.00 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Unit Inv Tr, Closed-end Mgmt 2.05M 2.05M 0.0362 25.97 53.14M
Marwyn Value Investors Limited is listed in the Unit Inv Tr, Closed-end Mgmt sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MVI. The last closing price for Marwyn Value Investors was 94p. Over the last year, Marwyn Value Investors shares have traded in a share price range of 77.50p to 102.50p.

Marwyn Value Investors currently has 56,534,848 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Marwyn Value Investors is £53.14 million. Marwyn Value Investors has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 25.97.

Marwyn Value Investors Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/4/2023
14:31
AG - indeed. Shouldn't have taken the turn on the other half!

Hotter & DMs. Thanks for that. Wouldn't have thought the dodgy feet market justified specialist shops; still, being here in SW France I'm in Birkenstock sandals for half the year!

skyship
12/4/2023
14:25
Hotter make shoes and have shops for old people with dodgy feet who can't wear standard shoes - it's a growing market. DM - Doc Martens an overvalued fashion brand.

(Silver doing nicely today :))

toffeeman
12/4/2023
14:12
What the hell is Hotter? Or DMs for that matter...
skyship
12/4/2023
14:02
Its an absolute "dog"
tiltonboy
12/4/2023
13:59
I think I would rather have Hotter for £30m than DMs for £1.4bn
toffeeman
16/2/2023
13:39
It's a 350k addition for PM, but it's not MIGO buying.

We need Armstrong to fight for wind-up, but I understand they are supportive of management!

tiltonboy
16/2/2023
12:23
Hopefully they will pressure the managers to wind this up. I mean they've sat on a big pile of cash as the market has gone from peak to trough back to peak again. Absolutely hopeless. And the 45% discount to NAV (which is mostly cash) is now entrenched. As though its normal. I doubt the management bat an eyelid. They won't even buy their own shares preferring instead to lob it into cash shells that take years to even source an investment never mind successfully complete it. And they well know how risky these RTO type investments can be. They can lose it all just doing the due diligence. It is senseless to invest in anything other than their own shares just now.
hugepants
16/2/2023
09:48
What do you think would make him do that now? the potential story doesn't seem to me to have changed for a couple of years
makinbuks
16/2/2023
08:35
Most likely Nick Greenwood/MIGO. They've been holders a long time, and obviously topped-up recently
tiltonboy
14/2/2023
21:39
don't see the point of this one being continued, much better to wind up and pay the proceeds to its shareholders. It is mostly in cash and the few investments it made have been losing shareholders their money. And in the meantime the management takes a big fee, again at the cost to the sharehodlers year in and year out, for what? just to send out four dividends a year to the shareholders with the money belonging to them in the first place.
ceaserxzy
14/2/2023
20:20
Two of them were contra trades, so only really one trade
tiltonboy
14/2/2023
16:13
Not accustomed to seeing trades here - interest triggered by 3 x 100k trades at 96.77p.
skyship
26/1/2023
08:40
INTERIM DIVIDEND TO ORDINARY SHAREHOLDERS

The Company is pleased to announce that an interim dividend of 2.265p per Ordinary Share will be paid on 24 February 2023, pursuant to the Company's ordinary share distribution policy.

The payment of the interim dividend to eligible holders of Ordinary Shares will be effected through CREST (in the case of holders of depository interests relating to the Ordinary Shares) or by BACS/cheque (in the case of Ordinary Shares held in certificated form).

Timetable for February Interim Dividend


Ex-date 2 February 2023
Record date 3 February 2023
Payment of the Interim Dividend 24 February 2023

skyship
12/1/2023
13:42
Boystown - most of their portfolio is cash, directly or indirectly.

At 95p the discount is c47% whilst the yield = 9.54%; so a small holding seems entirely sensible, regardless of the wide spread.

I hold a residual 1.5% allocation; but would top-up if available at 95p.

skyship
12/1/2023
12:08
Many thanks again for the explanation tiltonboy - and I agree re just getting my own money back, but it's only around 1% of my portfolio, it's at a big discount and surely their investments are worth something?
boystown
12/1/2023
11:44
Many thanks tiltonboy - and so sorry to be the class dunce; but in layman's terms and in practice - what does that mean?

For the record, I hold MVI despite the realisation that they're a shower - as I believed the yield to be sustainable and I invest for income.

boystown
12/1/2023
11:35
MVIR is the realisation class of shares
tiltonboy
12/1/2023
11:13
What's the connection between MVIR and MVI?
boystown
12/1/2023
10:07
Liberum;
Resolution on historic VAT claims create 3.6% uplift

Mkt Cap £52.7m | Share price 95.0p | Prem/(disc) -44.7% | Div yield 9.5%

Event

The company provided an update on the settlement of historic VAT claims. The total estimated amount to be recognised by the Master Fund after deductions for fees, taxes and other expenses is £5.02m. The amounts will be attributable to the different share classes as follows:

Ordinary shares: £4.33m (7.8p per share or +3.6%)
2016 Realisation shares: £0.53m (56.7p per share or +14.7%)
2021 Realisation shares £0.03m (7.8p per share or +3.5%)
These estimated amounts remain dependent on the final settlement with HMRC, but any difference is not expected to be material. There is no capital gain arising from the settlement and accordingly, no cash return is due to ordinary shareholders on receipt of the funds into the Master Fund.

Liberum view

This is a long-awaited and very positive result for the company. After months of uncertainty about the settlement, the amount recovered from HMRC is the best possible outcome the company could hope for. The uplift to the NAV is significant and together with the reduced uncertainty, share prices should rally significantly. At a 44.7% discount to NAV, the shares are undervalued in our view and this news provides a good opportunity to buy into an extended recovery.

davebowler
25/11/2022
10:52
The same trio bought Bangstrupp's shares. They now have 21.5%
hugepants
16/11/2022
23:18
The latest VAT reclaim worth an extra 5.6p per ordinary share. NAV +2.7% = 173p now.
hugepants
14/11/2022
08:30
Correct HP. They didn't buy them back.
tiltonboy
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