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Member Info for Kyusho


Member Since: Mon, 29th Sep 2008

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 517
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 3

Last Posted: 31 Jul '14


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1 Jul '14


Lets hope so. I have been expecting an uplift for the entire sector over the next two weeks as positive trading updates are welcomed by the markets; PSN trading update tomorrow and TW. trading update on 7th, BVS on the 8th. This should help to give us the lift we need before our AGM on 10th, which will hopefully fuel a further uplift. Anyone going to the AGM?
30 Jun '14


So frustrated with the share price performance here; this has seriously lagged the sector for a while now. Made the mistake of topping up half my remaining funds in here and TW the other day at 310p and 103p respectively; whilst this has stagnated TW is flying at 114p and will yield a superior 7% next year.
8 May '14


Am I the only one who sees such vast forward sales as a massive risk; in a rising market this means lower asp's are locked in and we are not benefitting from house price increases on forward sold units- meanwhile cost push inflationary prices on trades and building materials are rising, pushing up our total costs and eating into profit margins. Forward sales capture both downsides.
26 Feb '14


Solid results. £200m cash to be returned to shareholders through special divi; we can expect circa this amount every year on top of the maintenance dividend which will remain 1-2% NAV. At a latter stage in the cycle we can expect the annual special dividend payments to increase further as the company divests in land. Emphasis on maximising value over volumes which should climb circa 14k before flattening out. I expect this to test the 140p I forecast last year over the coming months; entry to FTSE 100 will provide uplift. Strong hold.
12 Jan '14


Hi All, looking good here. We have finally achieved my forecasted 120p for year end, albeit a couple of weeks later than expected (I blame the signals Carney has been sending to the market). Things are looking good and Help to Buy still seems to have the support of Cameron; the tories need high house prices to secure votes in the forthcoming election. In addition worse than forecasted construction output has helped keep Help to Buy critics quiet, and should ensure interest rates remain low, which is good new here. Roll on 140p at Spring results.

On another note, does anyone have any questions they would like me to put to the Sales and Marketing director- if so post them up by this evening and I will get answers for your questions (intelligent questions only).


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