Northacre Investors - NTA

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Northacre NTA London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 95.00 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
95.00 95.00
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DateSubject
18/8/2014
11:35
bains123: Think we could see a good run up to close tomorrow as investors lock in the 35p dividend!!!!!!!!!!! Now 90p ask with 35p paid back in dividend.....
05/7/2013
13:39
tara7: tara7 - 18 Jan 2013 - 12:17:30 - 17740 of 18227 NTA bid [inc loan note] = a 55 bagger from my first postings. My free research [never had any from a broker or the city] pointed to profits of �60M - �100 from THE Lancasters a full 5 or 6 years ago. Hundreds of investors have done very, very well indeed. Pre tax profits from The Lancasters has in the event come in at �65M. The company is worth far more than �1.05p THAT IS THE REASON THE BIDDER HAS BID. I have been right in my valuation of the company, infact, just about every investor here today agrees. One might also want to note the fact that any investor who bought at the very top,[and did not run a stop loss] whould have lost around a max of 35p or 25% of their investment. We may also yet see a higher offer.
08/2/2013
18:42
clampit: Copy of offer is on Northacre's website under Investor relations. Settlement 14 days after closing date or later date of becoming unconditional.
26/1/2013
15:31
dupree: Trout, he's got a bloody nerve that Ken imo. Give a man a job and then he tries to buy your company for 96p. I feel (subjectively) there's something in your theorisms good point fireplace about the flats- this shenanigans, according to macrae's spiel, is to be helpful to those of us who can't be bothered to wait around for three flats to be sold in case it takes a while; an argument I found a trifle flimsy- their job surely is to (seek to) compromise as seems advisable between getting the best price for flats on one hand, and on the other taking steps to get them all sold so investors in NTA can get their reward. For the finance director to come out and say, look guys these flats are gonna hang around on the market a while, so tell you what, I'll give you 96p now, save you having to hang around, well I don't like it.
20/1/2013
21:30
clampit: at 100p annual return to me over 2 1/2 years is 61%. Investors like myself call it good investing!!
18/1/2013
18:24
tara7: NORTHACRE, ONE OF TARA*S 10 FOR 2010 - NTA tara7 - 18 Jan 2013 - 12:17:30 - 17740 of 17789 NTA bid [inc loan note] = a 55 bagger from my first postings. My free research [never had any from a broker or the city] pointed to profits of �60M - �100 from THE Lancasters a full 5 or 6 years ago. Hundreds of investors have done very, very well indeed. Pre tax profits from The Lancasters has in the event come in at �65M. The company is worth far more than �1.05p THAT IS THE REASON THE BIDDER HAS BID. I have been right in my valuation of the company, infact, just about every investor here today agrees. One might also want to note the fact that any investor who bought at the very top,[and did not run a stop loss] whould have lost around a max of 35p or 25% of their investment. We may also yet see a higher offer.
18/1/2013
12:17
tara7: NTA bid [inc loan note] = a 55 bagger from my first postings. My free research [never had any from a broker or the city] pointed to profits of £60M - £100 from THE Lancasters a full 5 or 6 years ago. Hundreds of investors have done very, very well indeed. Pre tax profits from The Lancasters has in the event come in at £65M. The company is worth far more than £1.05p THAT IS THE REASON THE BIDDER HAS BID. I have been right in my valuation of the company, infact, just about every investor here today agrees. One might also want to note the fact that any investor who bought at the very top,[and did not run a stop loss] whould have lost around a max of 35p or 25% of their investment. We may also yet see a higher offer.
15/1/2013
14:12
kilmeedyman: To be sent to the AIM regulator (aimregulation@londonstockexchange.com)and copied to the FSA (consumer.queries@fsa.gov.uk)and to NTA (enquiries@northacre.com) For information I have approx 100,000 shares What do you think? ----------------------- Dear Sir/Madam I am a private investor with around xxxxxxx shares in Northacre Plc (NTA) which is listed on the AIM in London. There have been a number of RNS notifications over the past month surrounding proposed takeover bids for the company. I have held these shares for some time and Northacre has never been a particularly liquid share because there are a few large shareholders and approx 49% of the shares in the company are in the hands of a few directors. Large purchases or sells have always been reflected in significant movements in the prevailing shareprice. I am concerned because there is a large cash bonus due to Northcare on completion of a current project (maybe up to a further £35million cash against Northacre's current market capitalisation of approx £26million) and this makes a takeover at a cheap price an instantly profitable proposition. It is perfectly acceptable that such a takeover should be considered and there are currently potentially three suitors. However, some of the existing directors who have large shareholdings in Northacre are involved in one or another of the takeover vehicles and I wish to be reassured that the best interests of ALL shareholders are protected. Not least that fair value will be achieved and that there will be complete transparency in the decision-making process to be managed by independent executive directors of Northacre. At this point I ask the AIM regulators to press Northacre to ensure the independent executive directors operate in a fair and transparent manner and that they release information to all investors pertaining to the nature of their deliberations at appropriate times. To ask Northacre to 'come clean' with investors, within the bounds of sensible practice, about anything which could materially affect the ultimate value of their shareholding. Small private investors are essential to AIM in order to maintain a healthy market and a steady stream of investors into these smaller companies. It would not be in the interests of AIM for private investors to be seen to be unfairly treated and for their 'good faith' investments to be potentially diminished by 'smart manoeuvring' within the framework of the company and some of its significant shareholders. I look forward to your response and the result of your enquiries.
11/1/2013
13:17
david77: "Why on earth would management read this forum?" At the AGM recently, Inland directors complained about posts on ADVFN. I think that many directors of small companies want to know what investors and potential investors are saying.
31/5/2012
20:14
zaphod99: http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2012/may/30/london-house-prices-eurozone-collapse Top London house prices could halve if eurozone collapses, warns City firm Euro's demise may lead to sharp rise in sterling against other EU currencies making property more expensive for foreign investors House prices in London's glitziest districts will drop by up to 50% over the next five years if the eurozone collapses, according to research by City consultancy Fathom. Wealthy European citizens have been pouring their money into Georgian townhouses and swish penthouses in the smartest parts of the capital, seeing London as a less risky place to keep their assets than Spain or Greece. Fathom's report, In a Class of its Own?, says these "safe haven flows" have been "by far the most important driver" of the rise in prime London property prices since the mid-1990s – first in 1997-99, when the euro was founded and investors were uncertain whether it would succeed; and then since 2010, with the euro sovereign debt crisis. The research defines "prime central London" property as encompassing Chelsea, St John's Wood, Kensington, Notting Hill, South Kensington, Belgravia, Westminster and Mayfair. The average price of homes across these areas is £1.2m – almost six times the national average. In the four years from late 2007, their value rose 30% faster than the London market, and 34% faster than the UK market. However, the research suggests that if the single currency zone fell apart – as a growing number of economists are now starting to predict – sterling would be likely to rise sharply against other European currencies on the foreign exchange markets. Prime properties would suddenly look far more expensive to foreign investors; and world share prices would plunge, eating into the wealth of the kind of footloose investors who frequent estate agents in Kensington. And as the study suggests, "once the storm has passed and most currencies have depreciated, property in Paris, Frankfurt and Rome will start to look very cheap compared to prime central London". The warning about a bubble in London's property hotspots came as Paul Krugman, the Nobel prizewinning American economist, attacked the coalition's austerity policies. Speaking on Radio 4's Today programme, Krugman, in London to promote his new book, said the government's plan was "failing dismally". Instead of cutting spending the Treasury should be increasing it by 2% of GDP. "It is deeply destructive to pursue austerity in a depression," he said. "Give me a stronger economy and I'll turn into a fiscal hawk. But not now." Britain's households remain deeply anxious about the economic outlook, according to the latest consumer confidence figures from research group GfK, released on Thursday. Its overall confidence index increased to -29 in May from -31 last month; but that was well below the long-term average before the euro crisis. "While this rise is indeed positive, consumer confidence remains mired in the very negative position it has been in for almost 18 months," said Nick Moon, managing director of social research at GfK.
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