Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Northern Bear Plc LSE:NTBR London Ordinary Share GB00B19FLM15 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 50.50 24,992 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
48.00 53.00 50.50 50.50 50.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 54.42 1.85 8.00 6.3 9
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:22:15 O 4,992 48.10 GBX

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2021-01-22 13:22:1548.104,9922,401.15O
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Northern Bear Daily Update: Northern Bear Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NTBR. The last closing price for Northern Bear was 50.50p.
Northern Bear Plc has a 4 week average price of 23.27p and a 12 week average price of 23.27p.
The 1 year high share price is 77.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 23.27p.
There are currently 18,665,276 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 31,753 shares. The market capitalisation of Northern Bear Plc is £9,425,964.38.
eggbaconandbubble: Strange - No share trades reported on 26th November!
aimwinner: Another sale of 40000 at 50, must be Jennings again. What tells you that the market have them is the sale of 15000 at 48.5 when Cantors is on the screen buying at 50 or not in this case. If Jennings is the seller is he dripping them out to hold the price down or is there no buyer other than the private investors? Thoughts please!
aimwinner: Ex I wish I could go to any pub at the moment! You make an interesting point; I need to read the RNS and accounts again to try and work out what happened to Jennings it seemed a bit odd. It may be that him leaving is worth 7p on the share price who knows!!
thirty fifty twenty: yes , i am intrigued too that they look to have missed their end of month deadline. cant see any accounting issues etc.. that would take extra time to resolve. i wonder if it is connected into US time difference? All IMHO, DYOR + BoL NTBR is in my portfolio
eggbaconandbubble: Aimwinner, my short answer is, I wouldn't know! I just have an inkling of a feeling in my waters, as they say! I do agree with sbs that NTBR is a well run company and there is plenty of work around for them. It might get taken out on the cheap but certainly at a higher price than current.
aimwinner: sbs I am not so sure that Jennings did not sell 50000 at 51 on the 16th, if so he just be dribbling them out which will put a brake on the share price or it could be there is no big buyer. If he uses an execution only broker, they won’t have the contacts to make a buyer and may just keep selling them into the market which could be what he is doing.
aimwinner: I am not sure either what the game plan is here but if Jennings is a seller, then I don’t expect the share price to go anywhere for a while. I have looked again at the trades and still think that the Market makers have these on the book. I can’t see that Jennings has sold any more but that may be because there is no buyer!
cc2014: David, Post #1439 Can I start with symapthising with you over what seems to be some frustration in your post. AIM/Small cap companies with a market cap under £75m have all been struggling with their share price since MIFID II due to lack of broker coverage. In addition I also hold shares where I've identified them at a crazy low price and await their re-rating. What I leant after some considerable time is that after MIFID II the re-rating doesn't come and they remain at what I see as a crazy discount long term. Of course shares cannot stay irrational in price forever, but they can for longer than I am patient. Certainly I have been frustrated this year but that feeling seems to have abated now and I'll just wait, collect my dividends and at some point things will sort themselves out. I have spent hours and hours reseraching NTBR over the last 2 years and whilst I agree the share price is low, I see plenty others as the same level or greater discout from what I see as fair value. The P/E is very low but when all is said and done, anything construction is going to suffer from this to a greater or lesser extent. I remain unconvinced mostly because the directors do not take their communication with shareholders sufficiently seriously. Whether or not they are interested in presenting in Mello is not important to me as that is a choice but the time it takes to make company statements on what are important issues is poor. In some ways this reflects the market cap of £12m. That's tiny and whilst one might argue they are busy running the company I disagree, if they are listed on AIM, then should be keeping investors informed. I think it telling that 26% of the company has been traded in the tender offer but not one RNS showing a change in holding has been produced. That suggests nearly all the shares have come from PI's who have been happy to flip for a few pennies or 10% or sell at a loss or whatever. Hardly long term holders with any conviction. I'm afraid, sadly, PI don't buy and hold for 10 years like they used to and exit with a 5-10 bagger. That's not fashionable in today's instant gratification social media age. In conclusion if you trust the mangement and are happy to hold for 5 years, my advice is to find a way to park the frustration as at sometime the share price will sort itself out. Parking the frustration is easier said than done I know. It is my view investors will look back at the prices avaiable now on many many stocks in five years time and see this as the "sale of the century". I am unconvinced NTBR is one of them but having done so much research I will be continuing to watch awaiting something from the directors to change my view.
sharw: davidosh - "It may be that those who have sold do not read these boards any more". Maybe they are selling because they have read the boards and from them have confirmed their fear that the company cannot be bothered with private shareholders. It began for me in Jan. 18 when it took two weeks of badgering by PI's as the share price sank before they put out a statement saying no material consequences from Carillion liquidation. See posts 845-924. Then on March 11th this year there was an ambiguous trading statement causing months of debate on this board - see posts 1168 on. During the three months following that statement the share price fell from 75 to 58p with no further announcement from the company. At the end of those 3 months tiswas actually managed to speak to the Chairman and reported back here: Results were on July 16th and the share price was up to 70p by the end of that month before sinking back to 61.5p on the day before the tender was announced. Then there was the AGM with no trading statement and typical reaction was from Graham1TY in post 1282: "No trading statement of any sort. Little attempt to engage. Few if any will turn up at the AGM this morning. NTBR will remain uncooperative. I have given up. They may be cheap, but unless they make an effort, they will always be cheap". At the tender offer price of 72p many more will feel the same way.
this_is_me: David, as I pointed out last week I managed to find our about NTBR 6 years ago and invested a reasonable amount. The fact that the share price is now around 5 times what I paid shows that others have been buying and pushing the share price up. The company gets the occasional mention in Investors Chronicle and some investors use the likes of Sharescope to find likely companies. So you are not correct. I suspect a lot of selling pressure is from retired directors whose companies were taken over in share based deals. Institutions rarely take any interest in companies as small as NTBR. That will be less so in the future as they have seen what happened to Woodford when the great unwashed invested, not understanding anything about liquidity. A lot of short term investors is not what we need temporarily pushing the share price up only to get fed up and sell just as quickly trashing the share price.
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