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Stenprop Limited LSE:STP London Ordinary Share GG00BFWMR296 ORD EUR0.000001258
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.75 -0.45% 166.50 166.50 168.00 168.00 166.00 167.50 7,139,901 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 44.9 55.9 18.7 8.9 478

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15/11/2009
21:51
A very well defined organisation that is going to be getting stronger and stronger by the week / month very positive future in my opinion and doing all the right things by purchasing quality both in companies but also management that will grow this telco fast.....
martin44
15/11/2009
10:37
Stp has just rid itself of a huge amount of debt, and is buying up other telco*s at the rate of knots. What they are doing is rather smart, cross selling services to the new customer base without extra costs. In effect this means profits grow fast from a low base. Just raised £10M so not going bust in my view. Also wins top awards in the industry for service.
tara7
12/11/2009
20:56
Continue to acquire these profitable companies with the benefits this will release and we will be very happy with the end result and yes the stock price should very soon start to reflect on this....
martin44
09/11/2009
09:14
Buying new firms at that price is just what us shareholders like, keep it up, and soon the stock price will reflect this.
tara7
04/11/2009
20:43
Thanks dyardley. The m. cap does seem rather low all things considered. I hold a few, sold half my holding a while back, bought at about .9p and sold at 1.9p. I am going to have dig around on their website and get up to speed on recent events,from what I can see this company hasn't really put out any bad news, might be worth topping with the share price at this level (currently .5p equivalent pre-consolidation) It would be nice to see the directors buying and giving the vote of confidence. Regards kefta
kefta
04/11/2009
18:42
Yes there are 17,694,410 million in issue following recent events. Which equates to M. Cap of £8.8m Fairly low valuation in comparison to potential profits going forward. Obviously this takes nothing into account of the £10m borrowed with loan notes valued at 40p!
dyardley
04/11/2009
17:44
Evening All Does anyone know the amount of shares in circulation and the current Market Cap following the recent consolidation and fund raising ? as the ADVFN financials data is incorrect. Thanks kefta
kefta
04/11/2009
10:27
companies share price always falls back when consolidated ! the higher price the mms more scope to drop the price....with no news, or poor news, this'll drift down to about 25p-30p...I'll be in for more then ! This has always been a jam tomorrow share so will wait a few more yrs until it finally comes good!(imho)
rcktmn
04/11/2009
09:23
Fortunately, there are a lot of figures (esp with last results) to back up the claim that they can make acquisitions "immediately" earnings enhancing. The fact that they also anticipate paying a good chunk of the "performance" based later payments on the acquisition also is a fair indication of the confidence they have of achieving this yet again. The company has made losses, yes, but principally because they have been paying the ongoing price for poor management in previous years. However, the turnaround is pretty much complete - the business is fast developing the critical mass and market share required to become a "player" and it is only a matter of time before profits (and rapidly growing profits at that) emerge. Could easily be a £200m/£300m company in a few years - given the business they are in. A good long term hold to pay your pension - as the dividend from this will be decent, one day - but once a few institutions get the Spiritel bug - this will probably see a steady appreciation.
longshanks
03/11/2009
21:19
I've been a fan of Stp in the past and made some good money trading their shares but one thing that always amuses me and it happens with other stocks as well is when they saying after buying a new business it will be instantly "earnings enhancing" yet every results they announce a loss ??? :-))
21simthy
03/11/2009
21:09
Tyro really in-depth analysis. Price falls 4.5p on 3000 share trade. I am with Longshanks in that a £10m investment is not made lightly especially on the back of Penta's recent support at much higher levels. I don't see why the shares will be held back by the new financing though Longshanks as the loan notes yield 10% and surely if the price increases they would be better holding than trading for a small premium. This is a long term hold although looking to at least double from these levels over the next 6 months and will add on any more weakness as only small investment at the moment.AIMHO
profiting
03/11/2009
20:18
?? ...says an extinct creature from the cretacious period.
longshanks
03/11/2009
18:26
This is sinking and has a spread as wide as the English Channel. Why are they are buying Edge when they can`t turn their existing business around. ???
tyranosaurus
03/11/2009
13:15
£10m of anyone's money shows confidence in the business model from serious investors. STP have funding now to push their strategy forward and take advantage of many more opportunities. Problem is that the conversion price on the loan notes is 40p which effectively means we could see a substantial overhang with little short/medium-term scope for making money out of the shares. However - that said - the acquisition does look transformational and could really push the business forward. My gut feel is that the company is looking at a 3 yr process to develop the business and then either sell out to a telecoms major or go for a full listing (and provide a partial exit to investors). I think if you can hold out that long you will make a lot of money - but don't expect any rockets for a year/18months. I have a small holding - and may well increase this if the price drops much lower.
longshanks
03/11/2009
10:18
Longshanks what do you think of the new fundraising and acquisition? It seems too early to put some decent numbers on this! And i do hope the company will grow for the 'benefit' of shareholders and not to the detriment of......!
dyardley
03/11/2009
09:14
I am prescient (about the corporate action). Just need to get the "£1+ within weeks" part right...
longshanks
02/11/2009
10:05
Wow I am rich !!!!! If only lol
profiting
30/10/2009
17:31
we will be a proper share on Monday with an opening price of between 50 and 65p. We'll find out then whether this has any legs. All that has happened today was MM exploitation of uncertainty. I anticipate they have some other corporate news on the horizon so - could well be £1+ within weeks.
longshanks
30/10/2009
16:12
Well down today not going our way anymore
sagem
26/10/2009
08:14
some decent buys coming through and having a marked effect on the stock price...
martin44
23/10/2009
13:59
longshanks - Agreed this is a good opportunity waiting to happen....
martin44
23/10/2009
12:15
I don't see it a problem particularly. Penta are converting debt to equity. They aren't being too greedy - could have demanded an even lower conversion price - and whilst they will end up owning a good portion of the business - I don't see this as a major issue either. Ultimately they want a decent return on their investment - like anyone. And a good return in this case would be 10,15 x their capital outlay. Given the business will be released from a substantial proportion of their debt, not only will the balance sheet support more corporate activity (earnings enhancing acquisitions) but the market cap will be higher and be more attractive to institutional investors. Penta may sell on some capital to institutions if demand is great enough but I believe they are looking at realising a return through a trade sale of the business for £200m+ within a 2 to 3 year time frame. That would represent a decent return for everyone. We need to be wary of some bright spark deciding to take the business private - but otherwise it is difficult to lose with the current share price in my opinion.
longshanks
22/10/2009
21:53
what is your view on the problem with Penta Capital and the forthcoming EGM with a possible share dilution
vino
16/10/2009
09:58
Guys give peg a look over
neguss3
09/10/2009
15:27
Taken from Comms Dealer today 1 October, 2009 - 12:13 SpiriTel has announced a strong set of results for the year to 30 April 2009, with revenue and GP up 18% and 19% respectively, underlying EBITDA up 61% to £1.5m, along with £7m cross sales secured during the period, most on long term contracts. Commenting on the results, Chairman, Lord St. John of Bletso said: "I am pleased to report on a further year of growth and development for SpiriTel plc. The Company has made significant progress despite an increasingly tough operating environment which has seen several competitors fall by the wayside. Whilst SpiriTel's Business Division has continued to perform in line with expectations, trading remains challenging for the Technologies Division and we do not foresee a significant turnaround in its core wholesale markets. However, the Technologies Division continues to add significant value through managing our IP-based infrastructure, on which several of the Business Division's product solutions are based. The Group now benefits from much higher levels of earnings visibility, due to the Business Division's emphasis on contracted and recurring revenues from SMEs and larger corporate customers. This, combined with a wide range of business-critical products and services, means SpiriTel is well positioned to weather the ongoing economic storm. Through a combination of further earnings enhancing acquisitions for the Business Division and organic growth, driven by the cross-selling of an integrated product portfolio, we expect to continue to increase revenue and earnings for the benefit of all shareholders." Chief Executive, Alastair Mills added: "We operate in a dynamic sector and the Board believes that we now stand at a particularly exciting point in the Company's development. We have demonstrated our ability to enhance earnings through acquisitions, followed up by significant cross-selling successes from our range of converged products and services into both new and existing customer bases. The foundations are in place to deliver ongoing value to shareholders and I look forward to the coming year with confidence."
martin44
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