Buy
Sell
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scholium Group Plc LSE:SCHO London Ordinary Share GB00BJYS2173 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 32.50 30.00 35.00 32.50 31.30 32.50 0.00 08:00:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Forestry & Paper 7.3 0.0 -1.9 - 4

Scholium Share Discussion Threads

Showing 126 to 149 of 225 messages
Chat Pages: 9  8  7  6  5  4  3  2  1
DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/10/2015
10:34
an easy clue if you want to double your money or more here "The Group's balance sheet remains strong with net cash of more than £1.5 million, supporting a net asset value of the Group in excess of £10 million (equivalent to 73.5p per ordinary share)."
traidemark
16/10/2015
08:43
This is a profitable net net stock at a big discount. Very cheap at this level.
kev0856153
15/10/2015
22:51
So in just over 2 months we have a stark difference in the two RNS's. I like the book market and hold some shares in Quarto but will wait and see before buying here. GLAH.
battlebus2
15/10/2015
22:31
Retailer Scholium rose 15.5p to 44p after reporting it expects to show a substantial increase in turnover and a return to profitability in the first-half of the year. Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-3274713/MARKET-REPORT-Broker-s-flash-note-clients-directs-Fusionex-flurry-shares-jumping-32-5p-nearly-10-362-5p.html#ixzz3oft1rS1H Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
zico01
15/10/2015
14:50
Market is missing the obvious here. Very under valued at 45p.
traidemark
15/10/2015
10:09
Second wave anyone?
grantlfc
15/10/2015
08:46
Gosh - some people got in at the open, 35p-ish.
jonwig
15/10/2015
07:08
Trading statement this morning suggests turnover impreovement and operating profit, though bottom line may still be a loss - that's unclear. very positive tone. The open should see a price mark-up and, I expect, a wider spread. I don't hold, but this sort of thing is always interesting!
jonwig
10/7/2015
15:25
Agreed - delisting a real threat.
pictureframe
02/7/2015
07:50
They've issued their FY figures: http://www.investegate.co.uk/scholium-group-plc--scho-/rns/preliminary-results/201507020700169298R/ On a quick reading respectable, all considered. But what does this mean: Our board remains committed to running the business on a profitable basis - we realise that, at current levels of activity, we are sub-scale for AIM ... I suggested in post #4 that they might consider delisting. Despite their decent asset cover I wouldn't want to be holding if that were a serious consideration.
jonwig
03/5/2015
07:44
More on the new holder - Porn man Raymond's estate: Http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/11579607/King-of-Sohos-family-back-rare-book-dealer.html
jonwig
01/5/2015
16:11
Intresting to see if the new 3% holder will continue to accumulate.
xlairways
26/4/2015
06:46
Thanks PUG - so it was as recently as last year, but I'd never heard of that company! The thread mentions a poster called "Rainmaker". I seem to remember disagreeing with him once about some company, but which and when I can't remember. SCHO's inventories are valued at lower of cost and realisable value, so there's no incentive for them to write up their assets, and they might be reluctant to write them down - not as transparent as Tesco! Also, they warn in the prospectus that insured value might be below stated value, which is worth noting, and there's no independent valuation as there would be in the case of a property, for example. They say they expect trade to pick up once rich Russians, etc. are back in town. Trouble is, more might leave, if the "wrong" government drives out non-doms next month.
jonwig
25/4/2015
10:06
jonwig; Mallet (MAE) were antique dealers on Bond Street who over valued their stock and were evenetually (from memeory) taken over for 60p (after 48p) A fraction of the claimed worth of the assets - Crashed from some 333p in 2005 Further details here:- http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=23239584&from=2 Also http://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=news&btn=&symbol=LSE%3AMAE&fulltext=&from_day=25&from_month=4&from_year=2015&order=desc&srcoptions[]=reg_news&srcoptions[]=nonreg_news&old_symbol=L^MAE&old_fulltext=&force=1&last_ts=1430006399&p_n=1&p_count=0&p_ts=1416297903
pugugly
25/4/2015
06:46
PUG ... I'm sure I should know, but what is "doing a Mallet"?
jonwig
24/4/2015
23:16
Dreadful since its IPO. Management are starting to look accident prone. Today's TU read like a horror story. Someone dumped 15000 shares at 41p which was below the bid at the time on the 20th of April and as there may be more falls to come Monday, holders might want to take a leaf out of that investors book,
mach100
24/4/2015
09:13
Director's hold around 36%. Cash over £2m for a £5.2m cap and NAV of 73p. Shares indicated that they would be a nice target for a bigger player. Might add a few more.
aishah
24/4/2015
08:52
jonwig:> Agreed - Another worry could be that the directors are doing a "Mallet" and being over confident with their stock valuation -
pugugly
24/4/2015
08:40
My worry in a case such as this is the possibility of delisting. (They probably have the votes to carry it.) Directors will be disappointed their float went so badly, they'll be looking at the listing costs, not to speak of non-exec fees. NAV won't be worth a bean to stranded outsiders.
jonwig
24/4/2015
08:27
Even more of a discount now despite drop in NAV - available at 40pps.
gingerplant
04/3/2015
11:19
Shares Mag had a postive write-up last week. Excerpt: "Post-warning buying by directors sends a positive signal at scholium, unfettered by debt and with £2.4 million cash in the coffers as at 31 December. Unaudited net asset value of £10.5 million, equal to 77p per share, leaves asset-rich scholium languishing on a 38.3% discount that will interest deep value seekers. Shares Says: At 47.5p, Scholium looks oversold and could even draw a bid from a bigger player in the attractive rarities market." Intereting. hTtp://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/articles/scholium-a-rare-value-opportunity
aishah
25/2/2015
12:38
Starting to recover a little and indeed is up 7.37% today. There are almost exclusively buyers at this level. Now that it has poked its head above 50p it might be ready to reate as it is down 50% since its IPO.
mach100
11/2/2015
17:42
Picked up Hargreave Hale`s holding who have dumped their complete 5% holding.. plus another 500k from somewhere ;-)
philanderer
10/2/2015
14:47
Bouncing back a little on those massive director buys. Not sure how many readies the guy has but he sure put some where his mouth is.
mach100
Chat Pages: 9  8  7  6  5  4  3  2  1
ADVFN Advertorial
Your Recent History
LSE
SCHO
Scholium
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20201021 04:51:03