Name Symbol Market Type
Raven Prop P LSE:RAVP London Preference Share
  Price Change % Change Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.74% 134.50 133.00 136.00 135.50 134.50 135.50 45,821 15:42:54

Raven Prop P Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/7/2019
19:13
Received on AJ Bell on time
ceaserxzy
09/7/2019
09:47
yes, received on time
cwa1
09/7/2019
09:25
Yes HL paid on time.
tenbag
09/7/2019
09:15
Has anyone received their divi for 1st July?
joan of arc
06/7/2019
08:19
I bought a few more recently @ just slightly over 9% yield, have held these for years as income, was hoping they would go lower, looks like that ship has sailed for now.
owenski
05/7/2019
22:50
Perhaps Woodford buying where else will he get nearly 9% paid every 13 weeks, lol.
montyhedge
05/7/2019
15:18
Thanks, looks like someone or some institution is taking out all the sellers.
kenny
05/7/2019
12:47
Currently can sell 10,000 for 136.25p and buy same for 136p :-)
cwa1
05/7/2019
11:48
Looking strong assume Woodford has managed to either not sell or negotiate a sale at a good price
my retirement fund
05/7/2019
08:16
Inching back up. Seems we all timed our divi reinvestment well!
igbertsponk
04/7/2019
20:17
Agreed - also the market should be able to absorb anyone who wishes to sell, especially at this yield.
kenny
04/7/2019
19:16
Indeed: I got several hundred k of these when they were initially issued and they've been accumulating rather nicely and tax free ever since.
igbertsponk
04/7/2019
19:13
Buying at 120p doesn't help. they book an extra loss as the prefs are in the balance sheet at par.
horndean eagle
04/7/2019
15:06
Good idea, compounding eighth wonder of the world according to Einstein.
montyhedge
04/7/2019
12:30
Putin making appeasing noises about disarmament suggests relations with West will improve.
igbertsponk
04/7/2019
12:28
I've been adding: reinvesting the divis. Rude not to at this price!
igbertsponk
04/7/2019
12:26
Whoever wants or needs to sell or buy, I think the important point is that the outlook for RAVP is probably better than it has looked any time since sanctions started being imposed in 2014. However, the share price is where it was in 2014; following the first round of sanctions. Strange as it may sound, sanctions have been good for Russia, forcing it to look at developing industries other than oil and gas e.g. agriculture. Perhaps the biggest problem is that there are lots of private investors holding RAVP. Most of we individual investors don’t seem to have the fortitude to hold long term and accumulate for the longer term when the share price is low. We need immediate gratification rather than delayed gratification! The company’s actions in buying back 17.7% of the ordinaries at 36p is one of those deals that rarely, if ever, present themselves. Apart from the buyback price, consider how much it reduces the cost of future buyback “dividendsR21; on the ordinaries. Lots of lovely coupon payments on RAVP to look forward to not just this year or next, but long into the future.
kenny
04/7/2019
11:42
It would have made more sense to buy back the prefs/convertibles instead of the ordiniaries and cut the debt. IMHO. But maybe that's telling us something about which holdings Woodford is being forced to sell and which ones he's trying to hold onto.
cc2014
04/7/2019
11:17
It would make sense for the RAV board to buy in and cancel some of the Woodford/ Invesco holding in RAVP at circa 120p ( 10% yield ) to rebalance the ratio of pref / debt / ords following the buy back of equity at 36p .
bench2
02/7/2019
18:31
Reinvestment going on from the dividend. Compounding eight wonder of the world according to Einstein.
montyhedge
02/7/2019
12:18
Horndean Eagle - to address your concerns in your post 192 above, I recommend you read a post on the RAV board, post 49, by erstwhile2, today. It is a good summary of the company's financial position after the proposed buyback, which I would recommend that all RAVP holders may care to read. Incidentally, I am not a holder of the ordinaries because the share buybacks mean the effective yield, after deducting the return of capital, is under 2% and the ordinaries would be the first to suffer if anything goes wrong.
kenny
02/7/2019
09:06
Now that Woodford has become more realistic and admits they will have to/wish to retain illiquid stocks, I can see that the fund may actually return from suspension. Monty - I would tend to agree with your statement.
kenny
02/7/2019
09:04
Reduces cover for us though, so risk increased
hindsight
02/7/2019
08:27
I see that Raven are buying in all the Woodford ordinary shares. And then having to buy some of the Invesco ones so that they don't go over 30%.Annoying that a steady long term holder is having to sell. But great news for NAV per share.
igbertsponk
02/7/2019
07:12
I can't see his suspended fund coming back for 7 months.
montyhedge
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