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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Strategic Equity Capital Plc LSE:SEC London Ordinary Share GB00B0BDCB21 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 228.00p 224.00p 228.00p - - - 5,433 08:00:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 3.2 1.2 1.7 138.2 158.59

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/1/2014
16:47
featured in investors chronicle - retail demand is coming!!
edwardt
18/12/2013
16:56
servelec did alright post ipo too!
edwardt
12/11/2013
16:32
andor received a bid today...
edwardt
24/10/2013
17:11
discount under 8, no need to tender - oh how markets change once something has gone up! still talking to myself here which is normally a bullish sign ...
edwardt
21/10/2013
15:19
nice to see the fund manager eating his own cooking.
edwardt
14/10/2013
15:49
feel the squeeze higher as the share register is moved around...
edwardt
06/9/2013
16:03
damanko i too once had an alfa - great fun! I hear you about timing but at least you stuck it out. i for one think i will hold simply as the underlying companies are still relatively cheap and are conservatively leveraged. best edwardt
edwardt
03/9/2013
22:29
So there I am. Out. Fancy an Alfa (once again) in my life, so SEC has gone. edwardt - my selling price after costs realised 18% profit (£1.20), which I guess would take 30 odd years in the current economic climate - if the same amount of money was left in a bank. Though any of the three and a half long term readers of this thread over the last few years might agree with me - this IT has not been a success for anyone buying 6 years or so ago at flotation. However, anyone brave enough to have bought it 4 years ago would now be sitting on a massive profit. Or an idiot like me who watched it drop so far without selling, but at least sat things out until life in this little trust improved. And - from the low point, they certainly improved. Funny old world. My last post here (I won't even look at/for the share price in future - I'm funny like that). Good luck to old and new holders - I hope things continue to go well. damanko
damanko
14/8/2013
13:28
yeap Now new trades going at 118
jaws6
13/8/2013
13:58
hellp jaws - this one has turned itself into quite a performer. new owners should provide some stability and would want to tackle the nasty hedgies on share register by bringing the discount in - should be good news all round if that were to happen.
edwardt
13/8/2013
13:36
New high today ?
jaws6
01/3/2013
23:06
ed - thanks for the tip. Though of course being (and realising that I am....) a bit of an idiot, I will now wait and see what happens. Despite recent general UK market trends, it has taken many months to get up to breakeven. As you and I are perhaps the only holders of this IT in the world, no doubt we'll speak/write again in the near future. So then, let's see £1.20 or so............... On a more serious note, anyone who bought in 2009 or so will be very tempted to sell, and I include institutions, so volume over the coming days & months will show whether there is real confidence in the current management team. Regards and what not
damanko
01/3/2013
14:27
well domanko - decision time. you are at 100
edwardt
06/11/2012
14:52
Hm.... as you say. However as noted before, I'll wait until my holding is showing a profit before deciding whether to continue holding, or sell. Am minded to get rid, if and when it happens - it'll have taken more than 5 years to climb above its issue price. Only a smallish way to go now - unless another general market blip gets in the way.....
damanko
06/11/2012
12:48
sell some shares at £1.02 and buy them back at 95 - appears a no brainer rodney
edwardt
08/10/2012
17:42
You're not alone, but there aren't many of us around - that's for sure. I agree as far as recent(ish) performance this little trust will be seen as a star. However having bought just after flotation, it has some way to go for me - to get back to the NAV I paid. Still, it is definitely heading in the right direction.
damanko
08/10/2012
17:03
well i am alone here but somebody must agree with me...
edwardt
25/9/2012
09:29
starting to move nicely. great nav - stocks like lupus geared to recovery in US housing are helping performance.
edwardt
11/9/2012
16:57
i don't do predictions but with nav circa 111p, share price at 84, and a tender at 10 discount coming, this looks like a reasonable way to have equity exposure...
edwardt
10/9/2012
09:21
of course - would prefer a full exit at nav, but managers /board are as likely to vote for this as am i of winning the lottery.
edwardt
05/9/2012
10:51
great to see cg materially increasing their stake - no mugs given the tender coming up and nav at circa 107...
edwardt
08/5/2012
17:52
suspect a few will recycle proceeds of tender at 95ish back into the shares at 87p!
edwardt
19/4/2012
13:25
Tender documents arrived, offering to buy 4% of holdings at NAV minus 10%. Am minded to ignore it, perhaps the prospect of a yearly event like this will drive the share price up in any case (as it has with other IT's). And for the paltry amount the trust is buying back, it doesn't seem worth it.
damanko
05/3/2012
17:30
nice uptick in nav
edwardt
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