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
  +0.00p +0.00% 920.00p 900.00p 940.00p 920.00p 920.00p 920.00p 600 07:30:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 33.0 2.0 32.6 28.2 33.75

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15/6/2018
12:34
Great to hear GI - you've picked some beauties (including VLE of course!). I looked at FEVR ages ago and thought it was too expensive. I now see this is a classic mistake. Quality companies are usually expensive, rarely become "cheap" and in stable markets continue to rise. As I've realised from holding ACSO, KWS, FDEV etc. Must be just a question of time before VLE get tipped somewhere at this price as it's definitively NOT expensive at this price. IMO anyway :o))
rivaldo
14/6/2018
15:54
Rivaldo After taking my profit here in VLE and investing it all in Fevertree 12-13 months ago I am back in again for the 4th time buying 6k. Looking for the usual steady gain. On the best run of my investing career having bought lots of NEXT 6 months ago and Burford 19 months ago. A 300k investment in NXT has proved amazing. Beginning to enjoy myself now.
greek islander
10/6/2018
18:02
That's what I said was likely in terms of price. But I'd also suggest that the Landers might see potential here. If the acquisition price was indeed cheap, and within VLE's means, then adding it onto Shire with the resulting synergies and efficiencies might just present a bargain opportunity. It might also make the eventual sale of Shire that much easier and attractive as part of a much larger entity.
rivaldo
10/6/2018
11:42
Too big for Volvere and doesn't fit with their "turnaround" strategy.
jaknife
08/6/2018
09:00
So the shares are c900p on the bid. I wonder if we could be nearing buy back territory??
melf
06/6/2018
12:48
A quick thought - this year's H1 results should look terrific against the comparative, as the first major contract win for Impetus only commenced in April'17. So this year's H1 will have a full six months' contribution from that contract.
rivaldo
04/6/2018
10:29
They need to establish who ate all the pies...
thechurch333
04/6/2018
07:25
That's good news for Shire Foods I'd have thought. And here's some encouraging news from Impetus Automotive: Http://www.impetusautomotive.com/news-and-media/news/2018/june-2018/suzuki-team/ "Impetus Automotive support the growth of Suzuki business sales June 01, 2018 Impetus Automotive are pleased to be supporting the growth of Suzuki Business Sales with the appointment of three new Business Development Managers, delivering regional activity across the network. This follows the increase in Dealers offering the highly competitive “Fit for Fleet” range to local fleet customers. Reporting to Graeme Jenkins, Head of Fleet, the team will be focusing on developing SME business as well as supporting the development of the Suzuki Business Partner network through training and customer relationship management. “We are delighted to be working with Impetus and draw upon their deep experience within Fleet Sales” commented Graeme. David Gorvett of Impetus added “It is great to have the opportunity to support Suzuki with their continued growth in Fleet and we look forward to working with Graeme and his team on their new journey”. The team, consisting of Louise Kelly, Joe Skinner and Tim Whitworth are a mix of promotion from within Impetus and external recruits. Building upon their manufacturer, leasing company and Dealer experience, the team are well equipped to support Suzuki’s long term growth strategy."
rivaldo
03/6/2018
21:05
Pie recalls at a competitor - hTTp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-44345460
rp19
28/5/2018
23:06
Cheers Simso, absolutely right, the property revaluation was credited to revaluation reserve and wouldn't have gone through the P&L. In a way it might have been better for Impetus to have saved up some ammo for this year rather than beating the already flagged numbers so comprehensively. Hopefully the more encouraging sentiment re Shire will lead to a sale in the next 6-12 months. I'm sure VLE will attract some attention from the likes of Simon Thompson post-results. This will probably encourage a load more buying, whilst braver souls will get in earlier considering the still large discount to the true NAV here.
rivaldo
27/5/2018
18:02
Thx Simso...you are indeed correct..I’m guilty as charged 🙂 Apologies for the red herring
rhomboid
27/5/2018
17:55
In terms of the final PBT number, I agree with Rivaldo that the final number of £3.5m was better than the £3.22m flagged at the TU in March, and that the main difference seems to be that Impetus delivered £3.6m, having originally flagged £3.37m at the TU. The Property Revaluation was additional good news, which went through the Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income rather than headline P&L. I was absolutely delighted with the statement on Friday...not just the headline numbers but also the key messages within. I certainly agree with rhomboid that there are more grounds for encouragement with Shire than I had previously imagined.
simso
27/5/2018
09:51
Hi Rivaldo The results whilst excellent were bang in line with trading update, the property revaluation gain goes through the face of the P&L and constitutes the variance to the TU. I’m encouraged by this ; ‘In recent months, however, there has been greater realism about the need to either increase consumer prices (or to appropriately reduce the quantity of product supplied for a given retail price) or to absorb cost increases from Shire. However, as part of a balanced, partnering approach with clients, Shire will continue to seek volume growth through increasing the number of lines offered to individual clients and seek to minimise cost increases wherever possible.’ ..when that is taken in conjunction with the 950k of Capex (850k externally funded) this year it suggests they’re going to have a much more profitable & therefore saleable Shire foods business. Re Impetus I’ve been reading through the website htTp://www.impetusautomotive.com and looking at the case studies..my belief is this could be a long term growth business as it is operating in a structurally high growth market , given how capex light it is I can see Volvere retaining this for a fair while before exiting at a multiple of today’s VLE market cap. Sira is a sideshow Finally I’m intrigued by the current asset investment piece..anyone know what they are? Cheers
rhomboid
25/5/2018
19:47
What was your mistrust based on?
zoolook
25/5/2018
19:30
Well done to those that have held here. I've never had much trust in management, but maybe I have been wrong.
topvest
25/5/2018
12:33
Looks like a few short-term traders exited this morning (or some have taken profits whilst there's good liquidity). I think they'll miss out. VLE are the largest holding in Graham Neary's portfolio, and he's filed a decent write-up on Stockopedia: HTtps://www.stockopedia.com/content/small-cap-value-report-fri-25-may-2018-vle-lsr-367289/ He never seems to get particularly enthusiastic about shares, so for him to say that the current m/cap is "conservative" is probably as good as it gets!
rivaldo
25/5/2018
07:53
Another excellent set of results as expected :) Glad to see the buybacks will continue, further underpinning the ongoing value here.
xajorkith
25/5/2018
07:33
Buy it, sleep on itA superb set of results Cash pile is growing until the BOD find a business to invest in
modform
25/5/2018
07:25
The results are even better than flagged in the trading update - PBT is actually £3.5m, compared to the £3.22m anticipated in the update :o)) Https://www.investegate.co.uk/volvere-plc--vle-/rns/final-results/201805250700042653P/ This is due of course to the stunning performance by Impetus. Shire has suffered somewhat, but the commentary suggests an improved outlook for this year. The outlook for Impetus is balanced given the "significant opportunities" available to it as against short-term industry uncertainty and training service contract performance/penalties. I suspect the latter is simply the Landers' natural caution warning against exuberance, especially given the astounding performance to date and the note that even if there were penalties these would be unlikely to be material! I also note that the freehold property was revalued in Dec'17 to £2.55m (from £2.29m) - yet another bulwark of asset value alongside the £18.5m of cash.
rivaldo
24/5/2018
16:29
Oh well. Maybe I should just be happy that this is 5percent of my portfolio and have already managed to take some profits earlier on this year from Volvere
scooper72
24/5/2018
16:07
...Well, they've moved the price up a bit. But I still can't get a buy quote for just £1k. Good results tomorrow and this could rocket.
someuwin
24/5/2018
14:00
...They'll have to move the price up to get some sellers.
someuwin
24/5/2018
13:50
Just tried to buy £3k more for my ISA on Hargreaves Landsdowne. None available.
scooper72
24/5/2018
13:47
They can have some of mine for £15. Maybe
zoolook
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