I have been building my stake in both TW & INL. I expect both to provide good returns over the next 3 years. INL have a great land bank & could become a takeover target from the bigger house builders IMO. The market value of their land bank is far greater than is currently reflected in the SP. Their SP could easily double or treble over the next 2 years if they deliver on their plans. TW will continue to deliver great dividends over the next 3 years plus SP growth IMO. I will continue to add more shares in both these companies when the opportunity arises. BOL whatever you decide.
Hi buddy, I know you have got an interest in Inland Homes along with Taylor Wimpy. Just recently I sold all my TW shares as I set myself numerous targets over the years and it surpassed them all so for me I thought it was get out time. I am no expert but have been watching closely over the years, personally IMO just think there is a lot more meat on the bone to be had at INL especially with TW price being over pretty crash price with less units being built. What are your thoughts on the matter as I am no expert but any input is appreciated. I hope anyone in TW at the moment does well in the future but for me my money has been made in this share. Good luck all :-)
Can anyone tell me when the special dividend will be paid? Much appreciated!
deck of cards
the greeks are stuffed either way.
Jeff, please excuse some of my spelling should have read before posting. :(
VMB Hi, I do not normally discuss politics on the board but this example will effect us all. IMO of course, What you say is very correct . I am concerned what way they swing and hope they vote YES and accept any proposals on the table with a few alternative proposals, maybe ! This route may even be, "accept or face the consequences" !!!! and maybe no alternatives will be entertained. If the vote is" NO," Greece is "Finished" no doubt. The Greek economy has already been smashed, especially financially and psychologically with most Greeks not wanting to leave the Euro. IMO unfortunately they no longer have an option even with a referendum, whatever way they go they must vote "YES" to stay or they will face the consequences FOR SURE. I hope for their sake that a positive solution will be made and agreed and I for one am pleased that I do not live or work there. All the best wishes Tom :))
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