Hansard Global Plc (HSD)

London
49.25
+2.25(+4.57%)
  • Volume:
    17,445
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    51.00 - 51.50

HSD Overview

Prev. Close
49.25
Day's Range
51-51.5
Revenue
50.5M
Open
51
52 wk Range
29.95-66.82
EPS
0.04
Volume
17,445
Market Cap
67.74M
Dividend (Yield)
4.45
(9.04%)
Average Volume (3m)
25,832
P/E Ratio
13.83
Beta
1.01
1-Year Change
41.93%
Shares Outstanding
137,545,079
Next Earnings Date
24 Oct 2021
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Hansard Global Plc Analysis

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    NewsHansard (LON:HSD) appoints new NED from Willis. He has also been Director for International markets at Lloyds (LON:LLOY) of London, where crucially he was responsible for...

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Hansard Global Plc Company Profile

Hansard Global Plc Company Profile

Sector
Financial
Employees
190

Hansard Global plc operates as a specialist long-term savings provider that offers savings and investment products for investors, institutions, and wealth-management groups worldwide. The company offers unit-linked regular or single premium life assurance and investment contracts; administration services; and marketing and development services. It also operates Hansard OnLine, a sales and business administration tool that is used by independent financial advisors (IFAs) and clients. The company distributes its products through IFAs, as well as through the retail operations of financial institutions. Hansard Global plc was founded in 1970 and is headquartered in Douglas, the United Kingdom.

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  • This "Going Nowhere" stock run by "Do Nothing" management is now trading +/- 9% a day on less than £2,000 worth of shares being traded. Investors are stuck in this lobster pot of a stock while the CEO takes home £350k a year tax free. Time for a take-over/merger to realise shareholder value and release funds.
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    • The strange price action of Hansard recently (it has risen from 35p to 45p) doesn’t change the fact this company needs a merger or takeover to realise shareholder value. Its strategy of organic growth won’t recover the share price: its too little too late. Shareholders should be holding management and the Board to account.
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      • What's been going on here? A spectacular fall! Were the shares over priced to begin? Lack of investors? Lack of business?
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    • This once great company, not so long ago, traded at £3.50: it has been drifting away to 35p and I can see no actions by management to correct the decline. It's time for a merger and change of management to realise what little value shareholders have left. Organic growth plans aren't going to turn this company around.
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      • Technically it's a good Medium/ Long term punt. So dipping in. . I note they are a longer term return investment company.. Declines like these are out of their control. Economic outlooks not good in general but I think they will present opportunities for future returns if they make prudent investments over the next couple of years. They do need to do some work.
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      • Indrajit Chatterjee _ It's more complicated than that. According to publicly available information, they are STILL fighting litigation in Italy. Their growth plans include ANOTHER go at cracking the Japanese market even though they failed last time this notoriously difficult (and expensive) closed shop system. Besides, what does a tiny Isle of Man company have to offer that other bigger and better companies don't? After cutting the dividend the stock price fell and analysts can't spend their time on a micro stock like this anymore. If the analysts won't cover it - you can't whip up interest. To realise ANY value left requires action at a corporate level.  PS Let me know when you buy some. stock...
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