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Berkeley Group Share Chat (BKG)

Share Price: 3,992.00Bid: 3,996.00Ask: 3,998.00Change: -2.00 (-0.05%)Faller - Berkeley Gp.hld
Spread: 2.00Spread as %: 0.05%Open: 4,000.00High: 4,016.00Low: 3,970.00Yesterday’s Close: 3,994.00

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Posts: 711
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RE: write history correctly
28 Mar '18
Dear Boris,
before the headlines are filled with news of doom are you going to make sure the behaviour of the big property owners and elite pre and post 2008 is suitably addressed and rectified.
They didn't contribute pre 2008 to making a clean energy economy which could have yielded huge global orders and good will for GB
Then they got their assets bailed out entirely by tax payer post 2008 and elite en mass incl Politicians refused meaningful pay cuts to reduce the tax burden.
Will the big property owners pay back the tax payer ever? Will the elite admit their mistake and backdate pay cuts?
I know a bit about the masons and they are experts at media manipulation and diversionary tactics. If you want to discuss apples you may probably be thrown a few oranges and reminded you are, in some way, less British or low born than the throwers! Is the masonic order involved in this media blackout re bailout of big property owners and lack of elite pay cuts? Is this more important to them than clean energy and progress, living standards and progress or providing a base that the next generation can build on?
Is it correct that making a fuss about £30m to charity would pale if in fact a huge sum (£300bln?) had been received? Many thanks...
P.S would it be better for a diverse economy if the size of property ownership was limited, freehold property was favoured over leasehold again?
Posts: 1,273
Opinion:No Opinion
Pulling back
16 Mar '18
Pulling back from the £42 high. Today's decline on the trading statement has moved the price into a strong support. Will it hold though? Wait and see.
Posts: 711
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Opinion:No Opinion
write history correctly
28 Feb '18
2008 country bankrupt. Property and land banks worth as low as 10% current value. No bank loans available etc
Gov steps in and unbelievably entirely rescues whole sector with massive burden to taxpayers
Unbelievably no lien against assets of big property owners or landbank holders. All falls on taxpayer
Building co. directors recognise that therefore their share prices will recover and so arrange bonuses based on a future SP rise ie not normal performance metrics.
They possibly figure that the if the political system has ok'd it, then powers that be are on board so will get away with it.
Meanwhle CGT for investors who try and save economy goes from 18% to 28%. Recession is exacerbated. Important infrastructure and progress is shelved or hugely delayed due one-sided bailout
People like me have slobs from lack of intelligence blow somoke in face in 2003 but what happens here??
Elite can't be bothered giving paycuts immediately post 2008
Judiciary apparently can say ' not me, I don't understand O'Level economics!'
Army and Intelligence likewise. No wonder no Marshall plan for Iraq?Can't add 1+1 for own economy
Crown estate celebrates profitability - wonderful!!
A lot of people have attained zero credibility. Their assets have to be bailed out ahead of normal rational 21C investment. Their actions will not be examined morally??
Now we know. Please write up history correctly
Posts: 6
21 Dec '17
Hi Happy Investors and a very Merry Christmas to all. Looks like the recent sp rise will be a nice present. I would like to ask your opinions on the change in returns to shareholders policy. When the substantial RTS started it was to be paid as a dividend, which suits me well as it allows me to minimise tax cost. However, the idea of share buy back and dividend is much less beneficial to me. Would anyone care to comment?
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RE: Up and Away
8 Dec '17
i agree and great dividend policy
Posts: 84
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Shorters burnt out big time!!
8 Dec '17
I have seen some big firms increased their short positions at the end of November and this week..They have been punished big time Today.

I guess, this would make shorters to stay away from the Balfour’s trading report on Tuesday.
Posts: 1
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Up and Away
8 Dec '17
A good start to the day for the leading construction business. These shares should power through all the way to the next recession. Whenever that comes around. Great holdings.
Posts: 167
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Opinion:Strong Sell
Interest rate rise
2 Nov '17
The interest rate rise is just a start, Bank of England say will continue to rise in future as necessary.
Don't forget Property developers Borrows billions to fund their projects, so they get hit the hardest, commercial rate are much higher.
Banks increase interest rate much more than Bank of England to protect themselves from possible interest rate rise.
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RE: Weird things with late trades!
29 Oct '17
Thanks Vlad
Buying no Float and makes me think about selling BaseValue, but that would bring them down to 5 (bdev, rdw, bwy, psn & tw). For my system to work I would prefer 8, so could you recomend 2 or 3 other builders.
Posts: 327
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RE: Weird things with late trades!
29 Oct '17
Massive selling by the two main shareholding Directors - I am out.


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