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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nexus Infrastructure Plc LSE:NEXS London Ordinary Share GB00BZ77SW60 ORD GBP0.02
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 150.00 145.00 155.00 150.00 150.00 150.00 4,918 08:00:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 137.0 3.8 6.6 22.9 68

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/1/2018
15:20
Actually, if it does this for a few years I'll be quite happy. A nice set of steadily rising figures will do.
yump
05/1/2018
14:40
@ yump - considering the attrition rate with new issues, "only 15%" is quite OK. I don't know how leaky this company is, but with FY results on Tuesday something may have slipped out. IC reckon 2017 will be a good year for housbuilders. I'm looking at Springfield Properties [SPR], small Scottish builder floated recently. No position as yet.
jonwig
05/1/2018
14:20
Funny looking at charts like this - they look spectacular until you realise the rise is only 15% so far !
yump
03/1/2018
07:06
Just to recap on Chargemaster - the Times reports that it is looking to float on AIM later this year: Https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/business/chargemaster-powers-up-for-summer-float-8bwv036ws A potential exit for ProVen VCT.
jonwig
18/12/2017
10:57
Ruffer increased from 11 to 13% - see header.
jonwig
15/12/2017
15:47
Looks like some are stocking up a bit before 9th. Jan. - Christmas will come and go in a flash.
yump
15/12/2017
12:38
Ticking up on some big trades.
shauney2
07/12/2017
10:17
Thanks for that. Hopefully NEXS will reach a similar rating if its all going to plan. It may be that revenue/market cap. is high enough here to see some funds chasing it up at some point, once its got an established presence on the market.
yump
06/12/2017
10:31
Good results from FCRM yesterday.A read across to NEXS possibly. Seems they are moving into EV infrastructure in a big way,from design to fitting and owning of the charging points.
shauney2
05/12/2017
09:16
Looking forward to the outlook statement in Jan. will be key to see whether they think the housebuilding initiatives are going to lead to higher growth, combined with the increase in order book since Brexit dip.
yump
04/12/2017
12:25
Hi jonwig My lack of posting was largely due to a series of non-investment related sagas. They are thankfully now all resolved but the distractions over a period of several years did mean I was left holding several stocks that I would otherwise have been out of. PRES was one of those but I have topped up recently in the hope that the oil market has finally turned and the biogas business with eventually follow suit.
wilmdav
04/12/2017
11:50
Thanks David - appreciated. Haven't heard from you for ages (demise of TMF?), but I see from your website we haven't many investments in common.
jonwig
04/12/2017
10:35
It is a long time since I invested in a recent AIM flotation but this looks promising. Here is my usual exercise on the company. Http://www.david-wilmshurst.co.uk/nexs/nexs_data.htm
wilmdav
24/11/2017
18:00
24 Nov '17 - 11:00 - 14 of 17 0 0 I could do with a few long term, steady growth stocks - hoping this is one. ,,,,hve you looked at Biffa hxxps://www.biffa.co.uk/services/waste-management-from-biffa/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIwb37meXX1wIV4b3tCh0BTAScEAAYASAAEgKapPD_BwE
douglas fir
24/11/2017
17:55
jonwig,thanks for digging out the Chargemaster information. As for NEXS,still not sure what they mean when they mention in the Prospect battery storage.Time will tell.
shauney2
24/11/2017
11:35
RP19 - yes, I think so. "Tri-Connex" is named because they do gas, electricity and water connections for new-build in one package. They've added broadband and it would be a natural step to include charging points. Could even do a profit-sharing deal with a company such as Chargemaster.
jonwig
24/11/2017
11:28
Doing a bit of research on this one. In terms of electric charging points, a lot of new residential developments have planning conditions associated with them which requires them to provide electric charging points at each dwelling. I think they just bang a plug in the garage as that is cheapest (Not that most garages are used for cars). I wonder if there is an opportunity for nexs to provide their installation services to developers?
rp19
24/11/2017
11:00
I could do with a few long term, steady growth stocks - hoping this is one. I think having been invested in some large stocks for the dividend and seen them on a continous falling share price, might as well buy smaller stocks that pay dividends and see if I get capital growth as well. Not sure there is any security in large stocks any more. I think there's a saying that very large businesses, for the most part, can only get smaller. Perhaps in today's competitive global economy, you just can't run something sizable that will have secure profits.
yump
24/11/2017
07:28
This is the company: Https://chargemasterplc.com/ So new-build homes could be fitted with the terminals (in the garage, say) and the homeowner buy the kit as desired without the need for re-wiring.
jonwig
23/11/2017
23:35
Completely missed that ! Expecting a pretty optimistic statement now from NEXS, when it comes. I wonder if they'll issue some sort of trading update prior to Jan. Actually only a month and a bit off now.
yump
23/11/2017
18:34
Well spotted shauney! Prospectus p17: TriConnex is also exploring entering new sectors such as industrial and commercial sectors and new opportunities such as electric vehicle (EV) connections and battery storage. One of my VCT holdings has a company which is involved here. I'll have a search.
jonwig
23/11/2017
17:45
The budget also promised £400m for electric vehicle infrastructure.I believe NEX are dabbling in fitting EV charging points.
shauney2
23/11/2017
17:17
Budget has provided £2.5bln housing infrastucture fund. That's got to be good news for NEXS (mainly TriConnex), given the following from the admission document, where the forecast house building numbers are certain to be increased: "The Directors believe that the UK housebuilding market is set to grow over the medium term given the high rate of household formation and demand for new homes supported by various government initiatives such as Help to Buy. Market forecasts for housebuilding activity from the CPA, estimate that annual private housing starts in the UK will increase from approximately 148,000 in 2016 (178,000 including public homes) to 158,000 (192,000 including public homes) in 2019(1) . This rate of housebuilding activity is significantly below the historic average of approximately 180,000 private homes per annum(2). The ONS estimate that household formation in the UK will be in excess of 250,000 per annum(3) over the short to medium term and the Directors believe that this will further drive sector growth given the imbalance between household formation and new build volumes. This effect is most prevalent in the more economically resilient areas of the South East of England and London where the Group’s operations are principally based."
yump
19/11/2017
08:26
The Times says - Philip Hammond will use the budget this week to announce plans to build 300,000 homes every year — the equivalent of a city the size of Leeds. The chancellor has revealed that he will unveil billions of pounds of extra investment, plus new powers and planning rules to ensure construction firms start building on sites that already have planning permission. The need is pretty urgent.
jonwig
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