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TornSoul
BIG
Gentlemen's Agreement
Posted - 2011.08.10 20:32:00 - [1]
 

Edited by: TornSoul on 10/08/2011 20:35:07
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  • Points of interest

  • The numbers



This is the 65th BMBE shareholder report
(Shareholder reports are released the first full weekend after the 7th in a month)

The report is 3 days late - Totally slipped my mind.
This is the earliest possible date for a report (sunday being the 7th), so I guess I thought I as usual had plenty of time... Not so :-)

EDIT : D'oh - The report is actually EARLY. ("weekend _after_ the 7th") - Oh well here it is Razz

Points of interest

Let me simply repeat from last months report (again)
Quote:

As predicted in the last shareholder report this months profit is on the low side

Unfortunately (but not unsurprisingly) the loan situation (few loans) has not changed.
As such a profit forecast for the next month(s) is low.



Too much ISK in EVE?


TornSoul
BIG
Gentlemen's Agreement
Posted - 2011.08.10 20:33:00 - [2]
 

The numbers

July Dividends
Total : 1,056,000,000.00 ISK
Per share : 606,547.96 ISK


July re-investement
Total : 528,000,000.00 ISK
Per share : 303,273.98 ISK


July NAV
Total : 211,784,137,821.74 ISK
Per Share : 121,645,110.75 ISK (1741 BMBE shares public)


July ROI
ROI : 0.75%


End of month liquid ISK
Total : 115,123,047,821.74 ISK


Start of month loan amount
35,000,000,000 ISK


End of month loan amount
41,000,000,000 ISK


Average daily amount on loan
37,709,677,419.35 ISK


Share portfolie
Total value : 55,661,090,000 ISK

BSAMR 608,282 @85,000 ISK
BSAMT 32,976 @120,000 ISK


TornSoul
BIG
Gentlemen's Agreement
Posted - 2011.08.10 20:33:00 - [3]
 

Dividend History Per Share

2006.02 0.00 ISK
2006.03 0.00 ISK
2006.04 567,705.06 ISK
2006.05 2,120,000.00 ISK
2006.06 1,660,000.00 ISK
2006.07 1,036,000.00 ISK
2006.08 651,000.00 ISK
2006.09 0.00 ISK
2006.10 10,000.00 ISK
2006.11 55,000.00 ISK
2006.12 1,240,640.00 ISK
2007.01 1,769,120.00 ISK
2007.02 1,456,554.30 ISK
2007.03 1,559,647.00 ISK
2007.04 1,389,126.10 ISK
2007.05 1,320,677.50 ISK
2007.06 1,708,296.60 ISK
2007.07 1,560,093.04 ISK
2007.08 1,389,577.68 ISK
2007.09 1,925,233.60 ISK
2007.10 1,875,814.72 ISK
2007.11 1,608,953.36 ISK
2007.12 1,226,948.72 ISK
2008.01 1,494,801.41 ISK
2008.02 1,655,349.56 ISK
2008.03 890,043.14 ISK
2008.04 0.00 ISK
2008.05 0.00 ISK
2008.06 0.00 ISK
2008.07 0.00 ISK
2008.08 207,287.81 ISK
2008.09 137,312.78 ISK
2008.10 535,504.58 ISK
2008.11 841,536.19 ISK
2008.12 1,301,060.90 ISK
2009.01 954,077.43 ISK
2009.02 913,592.90 ISK
2009.03 955,739.51 ISK
2009.04 357,353.52 ISK
2009.05 281,178.88 ISK
2009.06 567,702.44 ISK
2009.07 990,563.86 ISK
2009.08 1,108,303.40 ISK
2009.09 981,928.45 ISK
2009.10 790,670.55 ISK
2009.11 725,364.53 ISK
2009.12 1,493,512.80 ISK
2010.01 1,787,144,30 ISK
2010.02 1,549,569.40 ISK
2010.03 666,899.54 ISK
2010.04 0.00 ISK
2010.05 0.00 ISK
2010.06 1,297,032.05 ISK
2010.07 1,794,229.11 ISK
2010.08 2,784,415.19 ISK
2010.09 1,418,356.44 ISK
2010.10 2,610,170.70 ISK
2010.11 1,349,079.55 ISK
2010.12 1,650,308.50 ISK
2011.01 1,168,034.69 ISK
2011.02 1,823,582.51 ISK
2011.03 609,501.93 ISK
2011.04 729,465.82 ISK
2011.05 211,372.77 ISK
2011.06 643,308.44 ISK
2011.07 606,547.96 ISK

Total 66,012,291.26 ISK



TornSoul
BIG
Gentlemen's Agreement
Posted - 2011.08.10 20:33:00 - [4]
 

NAV per Share History

2006.02 50,000,000.00 TornSoul reporting
2006.03 50,000,000.00 0,00%
2006.04 50,000,000.00 0,00%
2006.05 50,720,000.00 1,44%
2006.06 50,876,000.00 0,31%
2006.07 51,394,000.00 1,02%
2006.08 51,719,500.00 0,63%
2006.09 51,719,500.00 0,00%
2006.10 51,719,500.00 0,00%
2006.11 51,774,500.00 0,11%
2006.12 52,809,060.00 2,00%
2007.01 53,693,620.00 1,68%
2007.02 54,421,897.10 1,36%
2007.03 55,201,721.00 1,43%
2007.04 55,896,284.10 1,26%
2007.05 56,556,622.90 1,18%
2007.06 43,417,267.90 -23,23% Ray McCormack reporting
2007.07 45,524,495.36 4,85%
2007.08 47,245,553.01 3,78%
2007.09 58,350,178.96 23,50%
2007.10 59,385,678.14 1,77%
2007.11 60,333,036.82 1,60%
2007.12 61,310,035.66 1,62%
2008.01 63,542,586.97 3,64%
2008.02 65,296,177.94 2,76%
2008.03 75,531,514.23 15,68%
2008.04 75,531,514.23 0,00%
2008.05 76,384,523.78 1,13% Sharlath reporting
2008.06 76,384,523.78 0,00%
2008.07 73,471,226.06 -3,81% TornSoul reporting
2008.08 79,177,695.53 7,77%
2008.09 81,839,020.62 3,36%
2008.10 82,106,766.56 0,33%
2008.11 83,351,656.92 1,52%
2008.12 89,486,984.77 7,36%
2009.01 89,750,969.78 0,29%
2009.02 89,681,933.79 -0,08%
2009.03 91,222,040.35 1.72%
2009.04 91,317,638.40 0.10%
2009-05 91,815,581.36 0.55%
2009-06 92,099,432.58 0.31%
2009-07 92,805,063.43 0.77%
2009-08 93,359,215.13 0.60%
2009-09 93,850,179.36 0.53%
2009-10 94,350,636.21 0.53%
2009-11 94,713,318.47 0.38%
2009-12 97,358,874.65 2.79%
2010-01 98,876,906.13 1,56%
2010-02 100,075,088.00 1,21%
2010-03 99,778,573.35 -0,30%
2010-04 95,271,029.45 -4.52%
2010-05 94,891,830.63 -0.40%
2010-06 109,728,089.58 15.63%
2010-07 108,913,955.17 -0.74%
2010-08 109,752,038.82 0.77%
2010-09 111,175,355.39 1.30%
2010-10 115,598,200.23 3.98%
2010-11 116,432,246.25 0.72%
2010-12 117,967,070.33 1.32%
2011-01 118,599,324.67 0.54%
2011-02 120,311,137.26 1.44%
2011-03 119,864,821.90 -0.37%
2011-04 119,170,626.21 -0.58%
2011-05 121,129,235.45 1.64%
2011-06 120,589,316.07 -0.45%
2011-07 121,645,110.75 0.88%



Notes
2007.06 23.23% Decrease : 30B ISK removed from books as result of default - Collateral not yet sold however.
2007.09 23.50% Increase : Collateral from default sold - Capital put back in the books.
2008.03 15.68% Increase : Massive stock sell-off, at values larger than the book value of the shares.
2008.07 -3.81% Decrease : 9B ISK where unaccounted for - And thus wasnt put in the books.
2008.08 7.77% Increase : 9B ISK recovered and put back into the books.
2008.12 7.36% Increase : Massive stock sell-off (FIN buy-back), at value larger than the book value of the shares.
2009.02 -0.08% Decrease : Negative liquid ISK value influencing NAV value downwards. Bookkeeping artifact.
2010.03 -0.30% Decrease : Lots of late/missing payments, reducing the liquid ISK available, thus reducing NAV
2010.04 -4.52% Decrease : Lots of late/missing payments, reducing the liquid ISK available, thus reducing NAV
2010.05 -0,40% Decrease : Lots of late/missing payments, reducing the liquid ISK available, thus reducing NAV
2010.06 15.63% Increase : Bookkeeping error - But see next entry
2010.07 -0.74% Decrease : If not for last months book keeping error, this would have been the month of a huge increase, due to profit on collateral sellof.
2011.04 -0.58% Decrease : Collateral loss.
2011.05 1.64% Increase : Slightly inflated number due to bookeeping error (See also next note)
2011.06 -0.45% Decrease : Only a decrease because of last months inflated number - Else would have been an increase.


Caliph Muhammed
Caldari
Caldari Naval Criminal Investigative Service
Posted - 2011.08.10 20:52:00 - [5]
 

65th, impressive. What was the IPO share cost?

Block Ukx
Forge Laboratories
Posted - 2011.08.11 01:31:00 - [6]
 

Originally by: Caliph Muhammed
65th, impressive. What was the IPO share cost?


Originally by: TornSoul
NAV per Share History

2006.02 50,000,000.00






You can trade BMBE shares in the BSAC Stock Exchange. Please notice the 1:1000 stock split, so you don't need to spend 121 M to purcahse one share. Instead, registered shares are available at 125,749.00 ISK.





TornSoul
BIG
Gentlemen's Agreement
Posted - 2011.08.11 11:32:00 - [7]
 

Edited by: TornSoul on 11/08/2011 11:32:01
Originally by: Caliph Muhammed
65th, impressive. What was the IPO share cost?


Initial share price was 50M ISK. (Block beat me to it)


Nick Bluesky
Posted - 2011.08.11 14:28:00 - [8]
 

So if I'm reading this correctly, it took 4 years to double your money?

Ray McCormack
Nordar Innovations.
Posted - 2011.08.11 16:59:00 - [9]
 

Originally by: Nick Bluesky
So if I'm reading this correctly, it took 4 years to double your money?

More than double if you factor in dividends as well as NAV growth.

RAW23
Posted - 2011.08.11 17:20:00 - [10]
 

Edited by: RAW23 on 11/08/2011 17:20:29
Originally by: Nick Bluesky
So if I'm reading this correctly, it took 4 years to double your money?



Roughly 140% increase in share value plus 120% of the initial value paid out in dividends over 5 years. So 260% profit over 60 months, for an average monthly return of 4.333%. That seems pretty damn good to me for such a long running investment.

Caliph Muhammed
Caldari
Caldari Naval Criminal Investigative Service
Posted - 2011.08.11 18:48:00 - [11]
 

Edited by: Caliph Muhammed on 11/08/2011 19:12:07
Originally by: RAW23
Edited by: RAW23 on 11/08/2011 17:20:29
Originally by: Nick Bluesky
So if I'm reading this correctly, it took 4 years to double your money?



Roughly 140% increase in share value plus 120% of the initial value paid out in dividends over 5 years. So 260% profit over 60 months, for an average monthly return of 4.333%. That seems pretty damn good to me for such a long running investment.


*Nod*

My spidey sense tells me this one is legit and worth considering an investment in. The sum of all parts. I can't vouche for anyone but myself but building something successful at this level has its own intrinsic value and I would bet on pride of ownership keeping it honest. This is Eve though, one never knows. Like piloting invest only what you can afford to lose.

TornSoul
BIG
Gentlemen's Agreement
Posted - 2011.08.12 00:48:00 - [12]
 

(#59 - 2011.01) BMBE Shareholder Report - 5 years of banking has a nice graph - and a lot of text that among other things mentions the approx 4.3%/month return Razz




Caliph Muhammed
Caldari
Caldari Naval Criminal Investigative Service
Posted - 2011.08.17 11:58:00 - [13]
 

A free bump, i'd rather have a legit investment to read about than the shi.t posting currently being spammed to the top of the MD forum.


 

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