slowly building closer to a 490 close figure, perhaps by the end of next week, i've got a limit sell set now at 500 should it spike for some reason, but i could be tempted at a solid 490 Bid, it would release a little equity for me to play with.
doesn't seem to like this share much, dropping there forecast to 450
ex-dividend yesterday or today, so seeing the usual drop back a little today, i havent looked at the trading volumes but i suspect they are quite high.
Dividend for me on this one isn't much as i have only a small amount invested ,so it's growth i'm interested in, and i still see this as likely to go over 500 as the new legoland sites get closer to completion and actual summer season figures start siphoning through
given the ups and downs in this market sector, and the number of variables involved, this stock is proving quite resilient, i don't have a lot invested, probably should have bought more at the float, dividend could be a little better, but in the region of 1.4% is better than a kick in the teeth, and as i've held these since float, my average makes the dividend % a little better based on my investment.
taken a bit of a kicking this morning, given the half yearly report is actually not that bad, given the challenging conditions, and recovery from Alton Towers incident last year, they are not doing bad, the profits are up nicely, perhaps on the lower end of expected forecasts, and the interim divi is up exactly the same as last year on the previous, so stepping .10 each time, yet a 3.5% drop right off the bat this morning :( ..... this is one unloved stock, given the very good outlook and… Read More
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