Showing posts with label Hallenstein Glasson. Show all posts
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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Hallenstein Glasson: What Do I Do?




Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd is a stock I haven't looked at here since Jan 23 2017.

In case your wondering I now operate from here.

I have owned this particular stock this time for 7 years.

I write this particular column this time because of the recent rise in share price from just under 4 bucks at the beginning of the year to finish yesterday at $6.03.

People like me have loved this stock for years. It is well run by a bunch of penny pincers and has no debt.

As of writing its still paying a net 6.23 % div, which is the MOST on the New Zealand market.

It looks like it is finally making head way and they have got all their ducks in a row.

Online they are doing exceptionally well and Glassons and Hallensteins, their two brands have not really done any better.

They have in fact got a mate who is buying up Hallensteins shares 1a for the past 3 weeks and he now owns - buy my calculations - around 10% of outstanding shares. 

Which makes him the 2nd largest shareholder after Tim Glasson.

I own this stock because it pays me well over a 20% pa return and I have no problem keeping it.

You would have to give me somewhere north of $7 bucks to get rid of it.

You would own it first for its still good return and for the fact that some other chap about 2000 miles from here is interested too.

DYOR. 



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Monday, January 23, 2017

Share Price Alert: Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd 4

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Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd [HLG.NZX] Is a stock we clapped eyes on on March 23rd 2016.

It was selling for more or less the same price as it is going for today.


Much has been said in the media as in this story yesterday about listed retailers in general.


I have it that Hallensteins will get a strong number in comparison to other years but its not going to be their best year by far.


All signs point to an upwards trajectory in profit for the coming 12 months.


After that all bets are off.


We are missing out one factor when we talk about stocks - that is, The Trump Factor. 


When we talk about stocks we must always start our sentence with those 3 words and go from there.


What will he say, what will he do.


Should be an interesting year for Hallensteins.




Hallenstein Glasson @ Share Investor


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Sunday, September 27, 2015

Hallenstein Glasson 2015 Profit



Just back from a self imposed exile.

Wonderful.

Top of my agenda is Hallenstein Glasson Ltd [HLG.NZ].

It is top of my agenda because it has its full year 2015 profit out on Wednesday and there is much talk of oh its had its best days behind it, it wont be long before its doing its best impression of a Pumpkin Patch (a stock I once owned)or Postie Plus (again a stock I used to own). There is a difference.

The difference here is that it isn't the same. It knows that there is competition out there from the Top Shop (albeit - a bastardised version) and H & M and a whole host of others and they will be going in the shops daily to see what they are up to - trust me,they do.

The shtick is that there is competition and we are going to take it seriously.

Amongst our leading selling bits and bobs we are going to do anything to appeal.

We DO realise that things have changed and that we have to be on our toes to meet those changes as they happen.

We have been here for 135 years and we along with our cash - no debt you understand - are going to be here for another 135 (60 years of that will be with me, 12 years so far)developing in whatever way the public deems necessary.

We will change and change again.

I have had my doubts about this company but it responds in cycles. At the moment it should be going through a recovery cycle but it isn't, people have lost faith in it, that's good that it isn't because it just leaves more room for people like me to buy more - which I'm doing.

I managed to scape enough together for an additional 4000 shares, bringing my total to 14000.

I noticed they got to about- not about, exactly $3.10 before trading up recently at $3.50.

I got mine at about $3.20.

I haven't heard a thing about this Wednesdays announcement.

I haven't even heard if its good because when management usually inform the market they were unusually quiet.

Well see on Wednesday.


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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Global Market Sell-Off Stocks: Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd

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Quite frankly, and as I pointed out on Friday, the whole NZX is on sale and while people are losing money people like me are contemplating buying rather than selling. On fundamentals alone there are many NZX stocks that are looking way more attractive than they had been just 3 trading days ago.

Lets look at some specific stocks though and in the third of a new series to coincide with the current stockmarket sell-off, we will look at one of the brightest retail stocks of the Share Investor Portfolio -apart from Briscoe Group Ltd [BGR.NZX] - Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd [HLG.NZX]

The company has not indicated a forecast for the 2012 full year, instead focusing on possible lower margins for the coming reporting period in a May trading update , instead indicating 2011-12 will be a "challenging year". The 2011 half year result was down 16% on the 2010 HY and retail is not likely to improve significantly overall anytime soon. HLG has fared better than most retailers over the last 3 years of the economic slowdown.

During the big sell-off over the last 3 trading days the fundamentals for this stock are of course looking much better.

Lets have a look:

P/E 10.540
EPS $0.305
NTA $0.978
Gross Div Yield 13.796%

Over the last week the share price has dropped from $3.55c to finish trading yesterday at $3.21, which has exacerbated the drop from late May from around $4.20c a share. Drops of 10% & 24% respectively. This is back down to levels not seen since early of 2010 and well off the November 2010 high of $4.60.

Check out the nearly 14% gross yield!

Given that the big global market sell-off probably has more legs in it -even though there has been a dead cat bounce this morning on the DOW - investors would be wise to be a little patient before they jump in. HLG has been all over the place for a number of reasons over the last few years. Global market jitters, soft retail conditions and out of season weather have all had impacts on the company and its share price. The company is well managed though and they have traded through the depression of the 1930s and every other recession since and live to tell the tale.

Keep a close watch for the desperate sellers, the unpredictability of this market means some good opportunities for the patient.

If you were considering buying this stock before last weeks implosion, this week the GGMSO means you will be getting it on sale*.

*If you don't like some risk, stay at home and make yourself some milo and go to bed at 6.00pm.


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I own HLG in the
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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Share Investor's Total Returns: Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd

I have written about returns for stocks on a general basis in the Long Term View series of posts and the Long VS Short series but in this series, Share Investor's Total Returns, I will be giving my actual returns for stocks in the Share Investor Portfolio for as long as I have held them.

The return calculation will include dividends earned along with qualifying tax credits and of course any capital increase in the share price. It will be a total return over the length of holding of the share expressed in overall dollar figures with an individual value per share of what the stock currently is held at.

The eleventh stock in this particular series is a long term star of the portfolio and one that I have held for 3 years, Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd [HLG.NZX]

The current holding of 1000 was kicked off by an initial purchase in July 2008.

The stock cost a total of $2530.00. It has returned net dividends of $743.72 and total tax credits of $366.30, with $30.00 in brokerage.

I am eligible for the full tax credit so if the gross dividend (net dividend plus tax credits)is added and brokerage taken off my full return from dividends and tax credits over the total holding period of 3 years is $1080.32

The current capital value of the company in the Share Investor Portfolio as at 3 June 2011 is $3720. The capital gain therefore is $1160.00. This gives a total return on this share of $2240.32 when dividends and tax credits are included. This is a 89% return over 3 years or a 29.66% gain per annum.

I hold HLG therefore at a total cost of $289.68 or 28c per share.


Disc: I own HLG shares in the Share Investor Portfolio


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Thursday, January 27, 2011

Share Price Alert: Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd

Chart forHallenstein Glassons Holdings Ltd (HLG.NZ)

Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd [HLG.NZX] had a profit downgrade yesterday and they indicated that net profit after tax for the 6 months ended 1 February 2011 is projected to be in the range of $7.0 –$ 7.4 million, a decrease of 13% - 18% on the prior year ($8.549 million). Sales were marginally down indicating HLG was discounting to keep market share.

This comes on top of a pretty good FY 2010 result.

I was only questioning myself in September last year about whether I should sell or hold given that the shares were rocketing up and they peaked in November last year at $4.60.

The shares have been losing ground over the last few months before this announcement and they were down by 24c to $3.86 or almost 6% yesterday on low volumes traded.

It is a well managed company with excellent dividends and this bad news could be a good opportunity to pick some up as the stock price drifts south.

Buy on inevitable further weakness in the retail sector.


Disclosure: I own HLG shares in the Share Investor Portfolio


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Monday, September 27, 2010

Hallenstein Glassons Ltd: Should I stay or should I go?

Chart forHallenstein Glassons Holdings Ltd (HLG.NZ)

The Hallenstein Glasson Holding Ltd [HLG.NZX] 2010 full year profit out today has managed to push shares in the company up by 12c to $4.24 at time of writing and it looks like the attached dividend of 17c will see a very good rise in stock price as short term dividend strippers come in for a quick buck. The rise in the HLG stock price has outstripped the rise in the NZX50 index (see chart above)

The share price at current levels (see 21 year chart below) has reached 2 years highs not seen since the pre-2008 stockmarket crash but is still well off its all-time high of around $5.75 (way too high) reached back in late 2006. It reached a low of not much more than 2 bucks in 2009 -way too low.

My very small investment in HLG began in July 2008 when I bought 1000 shares at $2.53 and since then if you include the increase in share price, dividends and tax credits I have had almost a 100% return in just over 2 years.

A pretty good return in the midst of the worst recession in my lifetime and time to have a look to see if this stock is worth selling.

My investment model rests on long-term returns but if somebody is willing to offer me good money for my shares after having had a n excellent return on my investment then who am I to argue?

I err on the side of holding, because the company is well managed and pays a very good dividend but anything north of 5 bucks will get me online to the broker for a sale.

I will let you know what happens.



Hallenstein Glasson @ Share Investor

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Thursday, July 1, 2010

Long Term View: Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd



In this series of posts I am going to be looking at stocks listed on the NZX in relation to their returns to shareholders over the life of their listing -what shareholders would now see in their back pockets if they had invested in the company IPO. The calculation of returns includes dividends and tax credits.

Hallenstein Glasson Holdings Ltd[HLG.NZ] has been a spectacular investment for those who have been shareholders since its listing in October 1947 and even better for its founder Bendix Hallenstein and his generations of family who established the company in the late 1880s . We will start at an adjusted $NZ1.00 per share from available 1989 data to make our comparison. (Figures for 1947-1989 are not easily obtainable so annual and overall returns are likely to be higher)

With $3.41c in net dividends (excluding the NZX listed period 1947-1995. No data can be easily found for dividends) and 30% more in tax credits (see chart above) gives HLG a slightly more than 813% return (see chart below for the share price percentage gain against the average of all NZX indexes - does not include dividends and tax credits in its calculation) over the nearly 21 year listing of HLG (the period between 1947 and 1995 is excluded because no share price or dividend details are available so the return will be higher than stated here for this period), an approximate annual net return of nearly 39%.

This is approximately a 275% better return when compared to the average of all NZX indexes.




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