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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Opg Power Ventures Plc LSE:OPG London Ordinary Share IM00B2R3RX72 ORD 0.0147P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25 -1.6% 15.375 15.00 15.75 15.625 15.375 15.63 144,961 14:07:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 140.6 16.9 3.8 4.0 60

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28/5/2021
18:32
Are they beginning to discount Gupta apocalypse? Probably not. He’s so unutterably useless that I might give 10p for them?
andycapp1
25/4/2021
20:41
I'd sell if I was you and buy back cheaper. Last half year they made about 0 without the payment by the long time debtor. Can you imagine what the next 6 months will be like with figures suggesting 500,000 new COVID cases a day in India. Not a shareholder and never have been......
elsa7878
25/4/2021
19:46
I agree short term outlook looks poor. Medium term looks good. I’ve held for a year and probably will hold for another year..
mikro1
23/4/2021
10:54
Hi Rivaldo, Agree it’s a very concerning story in India just now. It’s also really difficult to see how the short term will play out with Modi determined to keep everything going. I do think however, that plans to close state borders will not impact Opg too much. Also seems that Chennai is not one of the hotspots (see link below), so with state borders closed I wonder if the local economies will continue as normal with little or no effect on opg https://www.google.com/search?q=india+covid&client=safari&channel=iphone_bm&sxsrf=ALeKk01ZA1UyZBAQM5xkv3epzWFG8uONdQ%3A1619168185421&source=hp&ei=uYuCYJ-VF8KulwTX5afQCA&oq=india&gs_lcp=ChFtb2JpbGUtZ3dzLXdpei1ocBABGAAyCAgAELEDEIMBMggIABCxAxCDATIICAAQsQMQgwEyCAguELEDEIMBMggIABCxAxCDATIICAAQsQMQgwEyCAgAELEDEIMBMggIABCxAxCDAToHCCMQ6gIQJzoOCC4QsQMQxwEQowIQkwI6CwguELEDEMcBEKMCOgIILjoFCAAQsQM6CwgAELEDEIMBEMkDOgUIABCSAzoFCC4QsQNQhx1YrChg8jNoAXAAeACAAX2IAcIEkgEDMS40mAEAoAEBsAEP&sclient=mobile-gws-wiz-hp
jozo
23/4/2021
10:33
I've been selling recently and am now out due to (1) needing cash for other stocks (!), but (2) also due to the terrible situation re the pandemic in India, which seems to be getting worse and worse. Tamil Nadu is under partial curfew already, so I can see a drifting/moribund share price for a while with catalysts for upside maybe pushed to the right. At least I was able to benefit from the recent rebound. Good luck all - I may of course be completely wrong so hope to be back at a later point as in better conditions I can certainly see the upside.
rivaldo
13/4/2021
22:52
OK, I stand corrected but even back then the yield was still around 3% (and only then because the share price had fallen substantially). Hardly "spectacularly good". I doubt that anyone seriously regards this as an "income share". At least, not yet.
jeffian
13/4/2021
21:24
OPG (AIM: OPG), the developer and operator of power generation plants in India, announces that its maiden dividend, an interim dividend of 0.26p per share, will be paid on 16 February 2017 to shareholders. A scrip alternative was also offered. Ps if I remember correctly there was an issue and payment was delayed I think they also paid a final dividend in cash that year with scrip option.
stur7672
13/4/2021
15:13
Yea it’s hard to say well done just yet given the £100m write off at Gujarat and the fact that despite the book value write down the stock trades at a 50% discount to book value. Still that’s not to say it is attractively prices at the juncture though I struggle to see why it will ever rerate above book. It will be a small triumph if it trades at book IMO.
the original goldbug
13/4/2021
14:54
I'm not really following that. OPG has never paid out a (cash) dividend in their life. The last scrip dividend (share issue) was equivalent to 3.3% yield at the time of issue. Of course, scrip issues feel good on a rising share price, but not so good when it falls. Either way, I'm not sure I've had anything yet from OPG which is "spectacularly good".
jeffian
13/4/2021
14:31
I may take a better view on sight of the year to 3/21 results and in the dividend. I seem to recollect having received some spectacularly good div payments in the periods of a few years ago. Consensus forecasts 3/21 are for a div of 1.1p and some might take the view of this as an income share, in which case if an income rate of say 4.5% was sought, then the share price would back-calculate to 24.4p. Arguably if that became reality and there was also the likelihood of a worthwhile eps, then 24p would soon be left behind. f
fillipe
13/4/2021
12:24
What's your target exit price this time?
beangrinder
13/4/2021
12:15
Keep a firm hold - I sold at 24.6p Dec 2018 and currently hold a re-buy @ 17p. I've had OPG on a number of occasions since early 2018 and waiting has never failed to produce good gains every time. f
fillipe
12/4/2021
16:21
TC hang in there - this is the start of why we invested The market can't ignore the numbers ...
nathandc
12/4/2021
15:17
Nearly at breakeven with my OP holding :) Will continue to hold though...
turbocharge
12/4/2021
11:50
The fundamentals are driving this share price FY results for the year ending March will be good Debt being paid off - hedged coal prices Low PE Managed C19 well Predictable growth
nathandc
12/4/2021
10:50
Looks like there is some positive traction developing in the OPG share price. f
fillipe
01/4/2021
13:21
This should re-rate Debt being paid off Low PE Coal costs hedged Increase in demand predictable revenue
nathandc
01/4/2021
11:49
New 18-month or so highs now....
rivaldo
31/3/2021
16:34
Tipped somewhere?
beangrinder
21/3/2021
14:40
Looks like the price of 4200 coal is drifting down - back to normal now. Good news for OPG.
mikro1
11/3/2021
15:21
hi greg i have similar views... OPG is very hard to value as profits will be lower next year due to refurb (and no FY22 profits fcts in market yet), and also the view on rating can range from low b/c: use of coal, commodity prices, controlling CEO, poor public track record. but glass half full the rating could be very high b/c: lowly valued, low debt, entrepeneurial build of power asset, solar development, (100 baggers book states that mgt skin in the game is most common attribute!) this spread of scenarios makes it hard to decide on trading position. for me, i've concluded there are 2 basic facts.... 1 - debt has reduced from 85m to < 20m in 3 years 3 - the chart was in a downtrend for 4 years from 2016 and this is now clearly reversed and some sort of uptrend has started. in terms of EBITDA profits, the average from the last 7 years is 32m so one can either use that, or the 25m specifically for next year when there is maintenance, or the possibility of returning to 35m if the coal price drifts lower. i dont know! so i will follow the trend... which could also last 4 years on the way up (whilst allowing for volatility) i dont want to sound like ramping, but it is not inconceivable that over a few years 100p is a reasonable valuation i.e. profits 40m, rating 8 times, CASH of 40m. this is defo not a stock for widows and orphans!! All IMHO, DYOR + BoL (the trend is your friend, value your comfort and CASH flow your insurance) OPG is in my top5 hldgs
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