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Bank Of Ireland Share Chat (BIRG)



Share Price: 7.315Bid: 7.35Ask: 7.38Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bank Of Ireland
Spread: 0.03Spread as %: 0.41%Open: 7.32High: 7.395Low: 7.305Yesterday’s Close: 7.315


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torquay
Posts: 2,281
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:7.315
Turbulence
Today 00:00
Yes Radar the wind here is something else - it's blown out our boiler three times up to now - we are still chasing property here, which is really quite scarce.
Bit like the profits that some our very highly geared hopefuls like Debenhams and House of Fraser et al, are failing to make.
No freehold asset - paying high rents - and paying the "living wage" whilst trying to compete with a SINGLE STOCK CENTRE which is achieving, most probably, a higher stock turn from better monitored stock movements.
The asset strippers made their money in the good times, when they sold off freeholds to the institutions and did wonderful things with their employees pension funds. The institutions must wish now that they had never seen them, as will be the case when the present U. S. vultures having finished destroying Avoca Woolen Mills. I am just amazed that they are still able to get away with it - when their tactics are so blatant.
Still, at least we now have fine weather here at last and the primroses are in bloom, had a very pleasant visit yesterday to the Castlewellan Arboretum and gardens.

Good luck all.
 
torquay
Posts: 2,281
Observation
Opinion:Hold
Price:7.315
Turbulence
Fri 23:58
Yes Radar the wind here is something else - it's blown out our boiler three times up to now - we are still chasing property here, which is really quite scarce.
Bit like the profits that some our very highly geared hopefuls like Debenhams and House of Fraser et al, are failing to make.
No freehold asset - paying high rents - and paying the "living wage" whilst trying to compete with a SINGLE STOCK CENTRE which is achieving, most probably, a higher stock turn from better monitored stock movements.
The asset strippers made their money in the good times, when they sold off freeholds to the institutions and did wonderful things with their employees pension funds. The institutions must wish now that they had never seen them, as will be the case when the present U. S. vultures having finished destroying Avoca Woolen Mills. I am just amazed that they are still able to get away with it - when their tactics are so blatant.
Still, at least we now have fine weather here at last and the primroses are in bloom, had a very pleasant visit yesterday to the Castlewellan Arboretum and gardens.

Good luck all.
Hotdog1
Posts: 1,004
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.35
RE: Interim Statement
Fri 13:16
Dreadful and I mean pure shoite share price.
ashton
Posts: 187
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.395
RE: Dividend
Thu 17:40
You will have to wait, the payment is due 24th May.
ashton
Posts: 187
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.395
RE: Dividend
Thu 17:39
You will have to wait, the payment is due 24th May.
skinnarney
Posts: 63
Off Topic
Opinion:Hold
Price:7.41
Dividend
Thu 16:40
Is the dividend paid out today? GLA
Observe
Posts: 71
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.365
SP
Thu 16:16
The SP reacted perfectly overnight having gone ex div. Closed at 7.465, 0.115 dividend, opened at 7.35. From here its all its own again!
What is making perfect trading sense at present and has for the past 12 months is the Bank's NAV range. European banking is trading at a range of 0,75 to 1.00. Very few banking shares with any decent float (unlike say AIB which is 85% government still) is or has been trading above 1:1 NAV. With BIRG this places the range at 5.99 (0,75) to 7.49 (1:1). Very simple, at 5.99 (or lower) sell your house and buy the share, at 7.49 (or higher), sell the share and buy back a better house!! In the last run we bottomed out at 6.20 (huge buy) and topped out at 8.15 (huge sell). The action of the edges is the froth....use it but don't fall for it.
This is how to get rich on this share and stop the absurd bleating that seems to go on and on in this forum.
ashton
Posts: 187
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.305
RE: Ex Dividend
Thu 11:27
And a big day tomorrow. Hopefully a statement 1st thing followed by AGM
PGee
Posts: 495
Answer
Opinion:Buy
Price:7.40
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Ex Dividend
Thu 09:54
Forgot that, but I doubt that anybody was holding this just for the paltry dividend! However yes its a milestone on the seemingly endless road to recovery.




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