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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Steppe Cement Ltd LSE:STCM London Ordinary Share MYA004433001 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 24.50 24.00 25.00 24.50 24.50 24.50 45,572 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 60.3 9.5 3.3 7.0 54

Steppe Cement Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/7/2020
16:46
AGM tomorrow - should confirm the handsome dividend.
king suarez
07/7/2020
10:44
Mattjos Since you are justifiably keen on good dividend yield note that AEWU (AEW UK REIT) also pays a 12% dividend, paid quarterly. One of the better choices in that sector imo.
kenmitch
07/7/2020
09:28
Yup, I ant find anywhere else offering this sort of yield & in current times, 12% Yield is extraordinary & there is a decent margin of safety with the mkt cap far below true value of the tangible assets. The assets have seemingly withered away in value as a consequence of the Kazakh Tenge depreciating against the US$ over the years. If, like myself, you are persuaded that there is a real chance of the US$ now falling then, we should see this value re-crystallise … & reap 12%+ while we wait
mattjos
07/7/2020
09:13
My plan is to sit and compound the dividend. I have £5000 invested so 1200 in dividends in 2 years is a good return. Any capital gained over and above that will be a bonus. I might sell out if we see a spike over 40p.
ilostthelot
06/7/2020
16:48
Couple of large trades today.
balcony
06/7/2020
13:13
Not bad at all.Wan, MJ, out of interest, what is your expected outcome here?I intend to hold for the foreseeable, for the divi. I don't expect this share ever to trade for a high multiple. But if the divi remains 3p, I can see this moving up to mid to high 30s, maybe low 40s
leopoldalcox
06/7/2020
12:56
:-) LOL Mj, cheers Wan :-)
wanobi
06/7/2020
12:24
oh dear. Only 11.58% yield now on quoted buy price. Probably better off in Lloyds savings account at 0.01% eh?
mattjos
06/7/2020
08:01
5th July 2020 Kazakhstan imposes 'second wave' of restrictions as coronavirus surges https://medicalxpress.com/news/2020-07-kazakhstan-imposes-restrictions-coronavirus-surges.html
golden prospect
03/7/2020
11:05
yes, sometimes it's better backing the 'tortoise' in the long run, wanobi. (You can gamble with the divi amongst the Covid Pharma stock if you still feel the need for 'action')
mattjos
03/7/2020
10:45
I'm joining in for the longer term here also,,, having been in and out since Dec 2018, taken a nice divi along the way my recent purchases are underwater,, but, there seems to be good long term potential here, a great yield and it does appear to be rather undervalued right now :-)... The CV19 plays have been fun or should I say nerve racking albeit highly profitable,,, but, now, I need to rest, put the profits to work in more sustainable long term plays.... this, surely has to be a good bet as economies and govs around the world look to infrastructure projects to employ their labour as we come out of the pandemic (hopefully),,, as Boris recently said, we're going to Build, Build, Build,,, and guess what they need for that :-) LOL,, if other countries follow suit and all that this could be an excellent investment :-) GLA Holders Cheers Wan :-)
wanobi
03/7/2020
09:38
AGM result next Wednesday and one assumes the 3p divi will be voted through. Circa 24.65 to buy today = 12.17% Yield on purchase price. I'm also happy to take the divi and sit on the shares for the long term & await developments.
mattjos
03/7/2020
09:18
Bought a few more for the divi….....and long term.
11_percent
02/7/2020
11:25
back over 12% Yield for buyers … too much to resist for me this morning. AGM vote on the 8th
mattjos
29/6/2020
23:04
Thanks Ken
ilostthelot
29/6/2020
18:18
Diversified Gas and Oil DGOC is paying a 12% dividend paid quarterly. Latest one has just been paid.
kenmitch
29/6/2020
17:42
there arent any, this is current and updated daily https://www.dividenddata.co.uk/exdividenddate.py?m=alldividends&fm=&sc=y&st=1
elpirata
29/6/2020
15:36
It’s misleading to list as 12% dividend payers Companies that aren’t paying any dividend at all, let alone 12%! It WOULD be interesting and helpful to know if any Companies or Investment Trusts that are still definitely paying double figure dividends.
kenmitch
29/6/2020
09:55
Who knows? I'm not promoting any of them, I just find the fatuous blathering that infests this board from time to time quite nauseating, so I was pointing out how silly a particular post was. Those cited are only FTSE 350 members and investment trusts, there are doubtless more in the wider market.
constable ken
27/6/2020
09:49
Haven’t checked them all Constable Ken but some of your supposed 12% dividend payers are no longer paying any dividend. Some are even struggling to survive their coronavirus hit. e.g Carnival. Travel agents like TUI have taken a big hit too. Ditto shopping centre REIT, Hammerson. Evraz has paid a very big dividend but a cut is now very likely. Could be that all your list will cut or cancel? Steppe otoh have confirmed their intention to pay a 3p dividend so their over 12% yield is genuine, and as long as share can within a year be sold at or above the current 24p price a great buy at current price. Could be share price upside too for capital gain on top!
kenmitch
27/6/2020
07:29
The SIPP tax benefits apply whatever the company paying the dividend so it's really an irrelevance if you're comparing stocks to buy. Your question is where can you get over 12% dividend yield. BAF, BGLF, TORO, FAIR, SQN, CCL, HMSO, TUI, IMB, EVR.....I'm sure there are lots more
constable ken
26/6/2020
16:30
SIPPs are taxed on the way out but they are great. I've had a couple of bad experiences with foreign UK listed companies but this one looks interesting. Are there no red flags here at all? They aren't doing Scrip dividends are they?
chinahere
26/6/2020
15:03
That's a WOW from me Matjos :-)
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