Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nahl Group Plc LSE:NAH London Ordinary Share GB00BM7S2W63 ORD GBP0.0025
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 119.25 118.00 120.00 0.00 0.00 - 5,031 12:02:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 49.0 9.8 14.5 8.2 55

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/8/2018
07:11
Amazing clear out of sellers yesterday. 20% of the shares in issue changed hands. I'd expect them to move up from here.
smallcapinvestor1
30/8/2018
16:23
Indeed Corrientes. That should be the clearance of the seller! Chartwise it has broken free of the falling wedge as well.
professor x
30/8/2018
15:11
That's more like it.
corrientes
24/8/2018
18:01
"Do you mean caravan lol?" I voted "remain" ... so that would be a "no". :)
keith95
22/8/2018
16:26
Is market, ahead of results, saying they don't effectively believe the "re-based" divi is sustainable? Or is it just the lack of demand that the MMs want to find a floor? If they do stabilise the business then the yield on this around £1 will be very attractive, but those sorts of shares IMO are the more risky ones! DYOR
qs99
22/8/2018
13:05
Do you mean caravan lol?
rcturner2
02/8/2018
17:41
We saw a spike down to 106 or so last week ... regrettably I was on a Catamaran travelling to Rhodes with a dodgy connection so could not take advantage but that low would match 121 from last year minus the years dividend .... ... I think we could go below £1.00 but the decision as always is to bail and lose, stick or top up ... I think the MMs are playing around here myself so I topped up a few more at 111 today. I'll stick around 99p if it gets there. Certainly the major holders have added around 1% of shares since March so there is no evidence of them bailing. GLA.
keith95
02/8/2018
17:33
Property is such a small part of their business portfolio I don't think we need to get hung up on that. The share is falling because people are scared of regulation (and maybe just because the share is falling and people look at charts etc rather than accounts). There's no need to be scared of regulation at this price. The company is addressing the changes and has a great record of doing just that. Even if they aren't totally successful the current rating means earnings can fall off a cliff (they won't) and it would still be on a cheap earnings yield
massimoj
02/8/2018
15:47
London housing market is bottoming but rest of UK continues to weaken. We don't know why NAHL is in free-fall but lots of shares seem to be falling for no reason. Maybe investors are scared or short of cash and are just selling everything.
aleman
02/8/2018
15:23
sorry i cant fathom what is being written above- can someone explain more clearly why the share price is in free fall
ali47fish
02/8/2018
07:36
Just to add to above - Countrywide results out this morning show London properties sold improved from -22% to -9% while rest of UK deteriorated to -18% from -17% (-10% adjusted for closures). Countrywide have been doing very badly so this probably also reflects the beginning of stabilisation in London while the rest of the UK retains a deteriorating trend.
aleman
01/8/2018
18:28
London? London weakness surfaced in 2015 so is far from a new concern. Although prices continue to ease slightly, there are early reports of stabilisation of current sales volumes and increases in instructions and expected sales volumes according to the RICS. The UK as a whole has seen the highest enquiries for a year, the highest instructions for 5 years. Agreed sales and prices are about flat but sales volumes are looking for a slight rise. The outlook is less gloomy but, of course, expectations are not always matched by outcomes. Https://www.rics.org/Global/5._WEB_%20June_2018_RICS_UK_Residential_Market_Survey_tp.pdf That was all RICS. London agent, Winkworth said (albeit a few months ago): The underlying fundamentals of the market remain positive. Following the stamp duty changes introduced in 2014, asking prices have adjusted significantly downwards in central London and this is now increasingly the case in London zones 2 and 3. Sellers are accepting these reductions and this, in turn, is in some areas leading to improved levels of transactions despite applicant numbers remaining at low levels. We expect this trend to continue throughout the year and for the reduction in stamp duty for first time buyers to stimulate the lower end of the property market, feeding through to the upper levels in due course. Foxtons returned poor numbers on the sales side this week, and suggested an uncertain timing for an upturn, but they seem to be underperforming slightly.
aleman
01/8/2018
12:54
The curtailment of claims for "rear end trauma" are surely already in the priceNew concern is the slow down in the housing market particularly LondonStill it's a good business...just how low can they take it?
kop202
27/7/2018
06:16
Wednesday blip down was followed by a similar blip up on Thursday morning. So back to square one. A possible innocent explanation would be that just before the close there was no price available for a single block of 10,000 shares but they could be sold in 2,000 share lots. I'm not really convinced because you would have to be pretty desperate to lose around 7% value rather than wait overnight and get the full price the next morning.
grahamg8
25/7/2018
16:35
Posters like Keith are a good sell signal in my experience. People who get aggressive about their holdings generally have something to fear.
rcturner2
25/7/2018
16:15
A very odd looking 8 x 2000 shares sold over 38 seconds near the end. Looks suspiciously like breaking up a sale into little bits to try manipulate the share price which, last I heard, was against the rules. You still see it sometimes, though.
aleman
25/7/2018
15:57
.... big fall at the close....
bsharman3
24/7/2018
20:10
Change in legislation delayed so more time to adjust. Meantime paid to wait with generous dividend.
kinkell
24/7/2018
19:25
I really don't think we need to rely on external factors for this to be a successful investment from here. They're going through a slight down year during which they are investing in an ABS model which will allow them to continue to participate in a wide variety of claims going forward and also take advantage of a consolidation in the marketplace. Regulation helps companies like this, And it is available at 6x a bad year's earnings. There are very few (arguably no) cheaper companies with this level of margin of safety available in the UK today
massimoj
24/7/2018
19:25
I really don't think we need to rely on external factors for this to be a successful investment from here. They're going through a slight down year during which they are investing in an ABS model which will allow them to continue to participate in a wide variety of claims going forward and also take advantage of a consolidation in the marketplace. Regulation helps companies like this, And it is available at 6x a bad year's earnings. There are very few (arguably no) cheaper companies with this level of margin of safety available in the UK today
massimoj
24/7/2018
18:42
"400k jobs a year are currently being created in the UK Ask yourself how that is possible in a declining economy?" https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/hm-treasury-analysis-the-immediate-economic-impact-of-leaving-the-eu Page 48 ... "In the shock scenario, real average wages would be around 2.8% lower after two years than under a vote to remain. That is equivalent to a fall in wages of more than £780 per year for an individual working full time, based on 2015 average wages.19 The analysis shows that the peak impact on unemployment in the shock scenario would see the unemployment rate increase to around 1.6 percentage points above the rate in the event of a vote to remain – equating to an increase of around 500,000 unemployed." Always nice to know if there is a bullsh*tter on board .... World growth 4% ... UK growth down from top of EU 28 pre brexit to bottom of the EU pile now. Topped up a few today - Hire and fire low wage low regulation free trade Brexit environment suggests plenty of upside for this company. IMHO :)
keith95
24/7/2018
14:34
Momentum is very poor here and regulatory uncertainty weighing down the share. Plenty "not to like".
rcturner2
20/7/2018
06:17
massimoj "follow patterns rather than thinking about them as reflections of the value of a business. On that basis, this is inexplicable." Bless ...... hxxp://quotes.morningstar.com/stock/analysis-report?t=XLON:NAH&region=gbr&culture=en-US&productcode=MLE&cur= values NAH at 150 down from 163 over the past month .. with weakness in £. Price/Quant Fair Value currently sits at 0.77 with a 5 year average of 0.91 ... ... as I said ...7.6% projected yield covered 2X by earnings. Pretty unique two months ago .... less so now with many UK based stocks hit hard this past month. ;)
keith95
19/7/2018
12:54
agree lazygun
rcturner2
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