Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trading Emis LSE:TRE London Ordinary Share GB00B073G363 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% 0.7575 0.515 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 0.5 0.2 3.8 2

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02/7/2013
13:40
get it while you can blonde parasite hope the share price doesn't fall more than the dividend for you tomorrow morning or in the next few days
spob
02/7/2013
13:35
Last day to get it is today, from tomorrow it runs without(ex) the dividend. Settlement day is not important for you, only the ex date.
blondeamon
02/7/2013
13:09
So excuse my ignorance but given the ex. date is tomorrow (and typical 3 day settlement) I assume they will not be entitled to the pay out? Can someone clarify for me? Thanks.
norbert colon
02/7/2013
09:24
One day before the 50% special dividend ex-date. Price is not budging though, weird.
blondeamon
01/7/2013
14:42
5.385m, which not merely suggests but tells us there is a lot more juice in the tank after the 15p a share pay out.
azalea
01/7/2013
13:32
VR Global Partners just bought 5 million shares.
blondeamon
30/6/2013
07:19
No. I am holding in a nominee account.Simply collecting the 15p for each share I hold.
azalea
29/6/2013
21:36
Azalea are you SBing this or got it in a broker account? I am wondering if IG for example, would adjust the position on the morning of July 3 and that's it. No waits no anything like normal accounts. Is that how it is? Really appreciate all the advice.
blondeamon
27/6/2013
07:08
The Board is not hanging about, the 15p per share pay out is as good as in the bank.
azalea
25/6/2013
16:14
Thanks for the advice!
blondeamon
25/6/2013
08:34
I would also be a bit careful about having such a close stop on an illiquid share like TRE (or others like it) - spreads can widen quite considerably, and if you have a long dated contract (say a DEC) the spread could easily result in a stop out - the MM's love tree-shaking guys like you on a dull day. you have been warned.
jezza123
24/6/2013
20:59
When you say your position gets adjusted, does this mean: Let's say I am long 100 points on TRE at 32.83 with a stop at 28.8 1) They will add 1500 pounds cash to my account (100*100 = 10.000 stocks * 0.15 div = 1500 ) 2) They will lower my position to be long 100 points at 17.83 with a stop at 13.8 ? 3) How much of the divi do you actually get with them? I heard it's 90% for IG.
blondeamon
24/6/2013
20:41
u get the cash if you are with a spreadbet company - and u get it often sooner than the PI shareholders do. So your position will be adjusted 15p when the time comes, I know this because I have had several SB positions on this stock with IG.
jezza123
24/6/2013
19:58
A bloke asked a good question in a thread, what happens with the return of cash if you are spread betting? Is this essentially a dividend or can we only buy this with our broker if we want to get it?
blondeamon
24/6/2013
19:36
Given declining global market indices, UK listed companies with share price at a large discount to NAV and notable cash holdings, could be big winners.
azalea
24/6/2013
11:43
S.Thompson has repeated his 'BUY' stance today:- Post the return in cash of 15p per share to shareholders, the adjusted share price of 19p is trading at a "hefty 50% discount to pro-forma book value of around 37p, that discount is still too deep given the scope for further capital returns, especially as the company is actively looking to dispose of its portfolio of carbon and private equity investments. from my lens, fair value is nearer 40p. As I said in a previous post this is money for old rope. I am amazed that PI have not latched on to this company with both hands. This is an opportunity for some to sell their dead beat holdings{as I have} and use the money to buy TRE and recoup some of the losses.
azalea
24/6/2013
11:32
Just tipped by Simon Thompson in IC: "Trading Emissions' adjusted share price of 19p is trading at a hefty 50 per cent discount to pro-forma book value of around 37p, of which around 9p could be in cash. That discount is still too deep given the scope for further capital returns, especially as the company is actively looking to dispose of its portfolio of carbon and private equity investments. From my lens, fair value is nearer 40p a share and I maintain my positive stance." Here we go!!
blondeamon
21/6/2013
12:09
Bid is still 33p. This is money for old rope, all holders have to do is wait for the pay out, just as before. The company is showing a 40% discount to an estimated NAV of 51.96p and an NAV of 58.12p when last taken on 31/12/2012.
azalea
21/6/2013
10:11
well despite lots of excited people posting on here... the market seems pretty nonplussed as down we go....
jezza123
21/6/2013
09:19
There will be a lot more PI who know of S.T. than they do of Weiss Manangement 15p represents circa 30% of NAV. So there is lots more to come before the campany is wound up.
azalea
21/6/2013
09:17
Of course TRE is worth exactly the same today as it was yesterday. But the payout is larger than I expected and shows confidence in their ability to realise value from the remaining assets. Perhaps a trading update alongside the timetable for the B shares in the next few days?
grahamg8
21/6/2013
08:42
Lol my thanks go to Weiss Asset Manangement and the management at TRE. I track Weiss and other systematic arbitrageurs on the WAM thread http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=24182742 :)
praipus
21/6/2013
08:15
Whoopee! There was a hint yesterday, when the bid went to 31p. Patience has been rewarded. Many thanks to S.Thompson whom once again has hit the jackpot for his followers.
azalea
21/6/2013
07:40
well that is a very welcome rns!
edwardt
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