Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sigma Capital LSE:SGM London Ordinary Share GB0004225073 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 77.50p 76.00p 79.00p 77.50p 77.50p 77.50p 1,300 07:54:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 5.4 3.7 4.0 19.3 68.75

Sigma Capital Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/7/2017
10:17
https://www.placenorthwest.co.uk/news/sigma-starts-on-little-hulton-housing/
busterdog2
15/7/2017
15:39
IC Comment: "The PRS REIT also intends to use gearing to enhance equity returns with this capped at 45% of gross asset value. The REIT is targeting a stabilised dividend yield of 6% or more per annum and net total shareholder returns of 10% or more per annum post stabilisation, with a target dividend yield of 5% in the period to 30 June 2018. Broker forecasts House broker forecasts for the year ending December 2017 are for adjusted pre-tax profit of £3.8m and adjusted Earnings per share of 3.7p. For the year ending December 2018 forecasts are for adjusted pre-tax profit to rise materially to £8.3m and Earnings per share to rise to 7.9p. Plenty of opportunity for this PRS specialist to deliver meaningful returns to shareholders."
masurenguy
15/7/2017
10:46
Investorschampion latest coverage... http://www.investorschampion.com/
busterdog2
30/5/2017
13:59
The free bit says.... Impact of the REIT on FY 17e PBT of -70%, so PBT around the same level as 2016, but the REIT is expected to generate around £32m income and development profit over 5 years.
busterdog2
30/5/2017
11:42
New Singer note out today where the broker sees intrinsic value for Sigma well north of £1.00 per share.
hastings
26/5/2017
09:28
Hi olliemagern, once net assets begin to rise next year, there will be a stampede to get in for the yield. I feel similar. Asagi (long SGM, no position PRSR)
asagi
25/5/2017
22:55
PRS Reit allocation. First £10,000 get all, after that get 58% up to a maximum £62,500. I think everyone will be happy with their allocation. Like the BBOX float, once net assets begin to rise next year, there will be a stampede to get in for the yield.
olliemagern
25/5/2017
09:21
oh yea of little faith, jonwig ;-). RNS here: http://www.investegate.co.uk/sigma-capital-group--sgm-/rns/re--launch-of-the-prs-reit-plc/201705250700131722G/ surprised not to see more of a pop for Sigma shares. Oversubscribed raises prospect of further issuance, leading to more fees for Sigma. Asagi (long SGM, no position PRSR)
asagi
25/5/2017
07:53
Agreed very good news,will be really interesting to see the broker forecasts when they come out.
riddlerone
25/5/2017
07:46
Yes Jonwig, excellent result.
hastings
25/5/2017
07:18
SGM holders can be delighted that the PRSR launch was significantly oversubscribed. It should trade at an immediate premium and give SGM some fairy dust sparkle.
jonwig
21/5/2017
06:28
buster - not as yet. The company gave a presentation to brokers on the 15th, but I haven't had anything back. Fortunately something else has turned up which fits my risk appetite better: AEW UK Long-Lease REIT.
jonwig
20/5/2017
14:45
jonwig - any response from your broker regarding your concerns?
busterdog2
16/5/2017
18:03
Well just over a week to go !!!I have been looking at our three large shareholders-Hendersons,JO Hambro and Invesco.They all have quite substantial funds investing in REITs around the world.With the support they have given SGM over the years(Especially Hendersons)you would have to hope that they would also be in the PRS REIT shareholder list.
riddlerone
14/5/2017
15:13
was watching Homes under the Hammer recently. Frequently, the properties acquired and renovated yield 4.5% - 6% estimates for rental. "Yeah, yeah, that's the sort of amount we were thinking" say the property developers, nodding with a naive semi-confidence. given all the time and energy that goes in, shouldn't such people just be giving their cash to PRSR and collecting the quarterly income? You can well see shares in REITs like PRSR becoming a staple recommendation of financial advisers (though I think many are not savvy enough to recommend them). Furthermore, they would acquire an income at vastly less risk of voids etc. diversified across hundreds/thousands of properties, with no renovation/repair headache. The comparison makes PRSR shares seem a no-brainer. Asagi (long SGM)
asagi
14/5/2017
14:42
hxxp://www.insidehousing.co.uk/sigma-targets-1bn-prs-investment-in-five-years/7019908.article "The UK’s first real estate investment trust (REIT) dedicated to the private rented sector is targeting £1bn of deals over the next five years. "Sigma Capital, which last week announced its intention to float its PRS REIT on the London Stock Exchange, is partially funded by £25m from the Homes and Communities Agency and has £375m of transactions in its current pipeline, which could ultimately reach £1bn of deals, with up to £400m of leverage".
riddlerone
13/5/2017
19:50
A bit more info on IHR....... The company is targeting the payment of dividends for the first 12 months from admission which equate to a yield of 6 per cent per annum on the issue price, on an ungeared basis and payable in quarterly instalments. The company is also seeking to grow the dividend over time.
busterdog2
13/5/2017
18:05
Here is an example from the specialist fund segment list kindly provided by jonwig IHR Impact Healthcare REIT raises £160m By Paul Norman - Thursday, March 02, 2017 11:37 Print Impact Healthcare REIT has raised its target gross proceeds of £160m from its proposed share placing. Understand your viewpoint jonwig but being very selfish all i am really interested in is getting the REIT away and de-risking my SGM shareholding
riddlerone
13/5/2017
15:03
Hi, Asagai. Specialist Fund Market: Http://www.londonstockexchange.com/companies-and-advisors/main-market/companies/sfs/about/about-the-specialist-fund-segment.htm If you want to apply, you'll find a lot of brokers won't touch it. I can trade in the SFM only because I've done a form with my broker to say I'm a 'sophisticated investor'. My exposure here is in reinsurance and CAT funds, which I'm quite happy with. I'm surprised the PRS sector is deemed to be so complex, quite frankly! One broker I use (advisory) will let me apply, and I e-mailed them this week with my reasons for deciding to decline (basically my post #135). When I get a reply, I'll post it here. I'd be interested to hear from the poster who thought my post #135 was worth voting down. All of my four bullet points were questions. Perhaps he can answer them? And, finally, if "Sigma needs PRS REIT IPO to be a success" that sounds like a good reason not to subscribe!
jonwig
13/5/2017
13:02
As such, the participants are under notice that they are not FCA-regulated, although application has been made for this. sorry if I am being fick jonwig, but what do you mean by this? Or, perhaps more accurately, I don't know what this means, can you spell it out another way? I have no concerns about investing in a company that is not FCA regulated. We do it all the time. There will also be a significant saving in not being registered. Sigma needs PRS REIT IPO to be a success. Asagi (long SGM)
asagi
12/5/2017
18:29
Yeah, and they've got an office in Scotland, so it's bound to be a bit fishy.
busterdog2
12/5/2017
16:24
The PRS REIT is to trade on the Specialist Fund Market, not the Main Market. As such, the participants are under notice that they are not FCA-regulated, although application has been made for this. • Why did they (SGM) not sort this in advance? • Is development risk loaded onto PRSR to the advantage of SGM? • Are their lead builders all that sound? (Countryside, Keepmoat - high on complaints lists.) • Are SGM and its associates reaping too large a reward? Of course, holders of SGM will be highly delighted if the float gets away fully-subscribed (and there's a further placing programme), but my feeling is that PRSR will carry the can! Won't be applying.
jonwig
12/5/2017
16:16
Maybe? To be honest I don't know if they'd announce it before the 25th anyway. Just a bit of wishful thinking on my part.
busterdog2
12/5/2017
15:48
Agreed Busterdog,I wonder if they were oversubscribed would they increase the offering?
riddlerone
12/5/2017
15:25
At the latest. They could get the full amount before then.
busterdog2
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