Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Volvere Plc LSE:VLE London Ordinary Share GB0032302688 ORD 0.00001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +12.50p +1.31% 965.00p 940.00p 990.00p 965.00p 950.00p 950.00p 1,754 12:28:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 33.0 2.0 32.6 29.6 35.40

Volvere Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/1/2018
23:07
More impressively, a nice £20,000 purchase at 968p this afternoon. Hopefully bodes well for tomorrow.
rivaldo
18/1/2018
10:10
Someone isn't a Lloyds-HBOS customer.
zangdook
18/1/2018
09:12
A buy of 5 shares at 970p - someone's keen :o))
rivaldo
12/1/2018
14:12
I would have hoped the company would take the trouble to talk to Lloyds/Halifax because it's it their interest to have a market in their shares and they ought to be able to persuade Lloyds that VLE is not a PRIIP, or at least find out what's going on so they can respond to enquiries from frustrated shareholders. Also Lloyds are losing a small amount of business in VLE trades and potentially more if people actually leave them. Broker incompetence is nothing unusual of course and it can be very hard to get them to do anything about it.
zangdook
12/1/2018
13:46
true, but I'm not about to change broker due to one investment being affected. Anyway, if no response comes from volvere, I'll try my broker. It would be a shame to not be able to increase my holding here, should the opportunity arise
glawsiain
12/1/2018
13:04
glawsiain if you look through the small number of posts this year you can see some of the brokers that do allow buying. I can vouch for Barclays, IG and HL. I don't think the company can do anything about it as in any case a broker is under no obligation to deal in any company or instrument if they choose not to.
hpcg
12/1/2018
12:24
thanks hpcg. Does that mean other companies are affected? Its still in volvere's interest to put pressure on that broker group, I'd have thought.
glawsiain
12/1/2018
11:56
It's nothing to do with the company; they are clearly not a PRIIP so they aren't going to do anything. It is entirely down to the one broker group that has such a safety first interpretation on the regs as to be absurd.
hpcg
12/1/2018
10:45
Ok, I have written to the company via their website (htTp://www.volvere.co.uk/contact-us/default.aspx) I'll let you know if I get any response
glawsiain
12/1/2018
09:41
I checked this morning and cannot buy volvere via IWeb. Anyone had any success/progress here?
glawsiain
05/1/2018
20:11
I had a reply from the FCA but it doesn't answer my questions...it just talks about whether a broker can choose which securities he offers. Anyone else got anywhere?
finkwot
05/1/2018
19:17
I can't buy so I'm not selling
longshanks
05/1/2018
18:29
I'm looking forward to seeing the impact of the training contract on the H2 results. IAL was performing admirably prior to the contract announcement and with the Landers working their magic, it could be a real winner.
melf
05/1/2018
18:04
Plenty more legs in this winner imv. Great start to the year.....:-)
xajorkith
05/1/2018
17:04
JImmyWilson I've already held VLE for what feels like forever and reckon holding for as many forevers as the VLE team do (before they cash in their chips) is probably a good idea. Run your winners. Back great management.
eezymunny
05/1/2018
16:48
When I started out I used to look at a stock which I had gained on and work out if it was fully valued, if it was I would then have sold But that was stupid and I lost out big time form trends that carried on and which I missed I don’t make that mistake anymore I don’t care if one of my stocks has become 10 times overvalued That stock will only get sold when the trend reverses by at least 20% of my total percentage gain I only think about valuation when I am buying The market decides when I do any selliing Unless of course the stock in question is still significantly undervalued In which case I do not sell, In that case I add to my position
spob
05/1/2018
16:30
Obviously you would adjust your exit point if the stock continued its uptrend If your gain became 200%, you could adjust your exit point to say 160% You have to ride those trends when they arrive for as long as possible Only a few shares in your portfolio will produce those big trends and they will make all the difference to your overall performance
spob
05/1/2018
15:46
I like your figures Eezy. VLE has been a fantastic share for me - what are people's selling price or is it as simple as buy n hold forever type?
jimmywilson612
05/1/2018
15:23
It's a nice rerate, no? So I've run through my numbers for H2 possibilities I reckon Shire might do £1m pbt/interco charges (currencies more stable, usual stronger H2 etc). Impetus might do £1.7m pbt/interco charges So those two perhaps £2.7m in H2 Add to H1 (Shire £-.25 and Impetus £1.5) + £1.25m Gives about £4m for the year Take off c. 20% as we part own those biz's Gives us £3.2m Take off central/listing costs etc of c. £1m Gives us £2.2m Tax at 20% gives us PAT c. £1.8m Reckon we could add a bit for investment performance (£0.4m) but I'll leave it out as we can only have a compete stab last b/s June £20.5m cash take off £3.4m buyback gives £17.1m add H2 cash profit £1.5m gives £18.6m SP Shares 9.4 3,668,363 Mcap 34.4826122 Premium to cash 15.9m Premium to tbv (25m) 9.5m So current market cap values VLE (net of cash) at about 8.5 x this year's (my) forecast and values VLE (net of current tangible book value) at about 5.2x Which still makes it stupidly cheap IMO. Oh and you get get a stake in a company with a great management team that have turned water into wine for almost 20 years. Things might go wrong of course!
eezymunny
05/1/2018
12:26
I'm feeling a bit cross
longshanks
05/1/2018
11:54
Looking good, and latest buying is at the full 940p offer price.
rivaldo
04/1/2018
13:21
Maybe one of the Lloyds directors ate a dodgy pie over Christmas....
longshanks
04/1/2018
12:16
Charles Stanley allow buys too I hear.
finkwot
04/1/2018
10:38
It seems to be only Lloyds banking group entities. Even Barclays will allow buys, and they are about as bad as it gets nowadays.
hpcg
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