What would be interesting tomorrow if, at the AGM, that they increased the special div in July as they now had the better understanding of the political views due to the Help to Buy cessation moved to 2020
...look at the number of stop losses taken out today. Although I'm holding at a loss in a house builder (HTFITP?) I would never set a stop loss on an AIM share. IMO this is now on the turn and will exceed 130p within the next three weeks.
There is a danger of over analysing fundamentals, as the Market does what the Market does. There are times it over values and times it under values, so a little patience is necessary. I don't think we will here anything new tomorrow, and I am not sure TW SP will rise on what is likely to be good news. However, when the Market is ready the SP will snap back quite quickly, so best to stay invested if possible. These are opportunities for anyone not yet in TW, so this current SP is good for them. Once the US earning season is assessed in general, and hopefully the Ukraine issue settles down, we could see the Market up and running again for TW SP. As experienced investors know, the Market can under, or over value shares for long periods of time, even years in some cases.Unless you are student of EMT, which I am not.
Look at the buy's.
Has someone heard something ?.
All builders in positive territory now!! Looking set for a good finish today... funny how things turn arround so quick! I dont think there is any bad news to come... builders are doing well as Persimmon has confirmed. Patience will see us back to our peak.
we would have heard about in the Persimmon update imo if flooding had hampred progress. All I can think of is hedgies gaming Mark Carney being forced to step in to save the Buy to let mafia and force the Govt into climbing down on help to buy etc. or it is just simply MM's s#rewing the little guy as usual.
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