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Member Since: Wed, 6th Aug 2008

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 2,416
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 71

Last Posted: Thu 13:27


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11 Apr '14


anouther 1000 more. Seems like shooting fish in a barrel but you never know.
10 Apr '14


Having spent five years scaling back operations as the recession took hold UK house builders are reaping the rewards of an upturn in the economy and a chronic housing shortage. And it’s hard not to remain bullish about the UK housing market, with major builders currently enjoying some of the most favourable conditions since before the recession.

http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2014/04/04/shares/news-and-analysis/britain-s-building-boom-6x0lalix2SPX9x9ueJdNCL/article.html
10 Apr '14


Housebuilders were boosted by a positive note on the sector by Deutsche Bank, with Barratt Developments 14.7p better at 395.9p, Persimmon putting on 40p to £13.20, Taylor Wimpey adding 4p to 113.3p and Bovis Homes rising 15p to 851p. The bank said:



Over the past days the share prices of the UK housebuilders have traded off reflecting concern of a bring forward of the rise in UK interest rates. However with easy affordability, significant lending aspirations from banks combined with a willingness to reduce their spreads further we believe the share price reactions have been overdone. With the stocks now trading at less than 20% premium to 2015 net tangible asset value, for a sector with return on capital employed forecast to exceed 20% on a 2-year view, scope for significant upside potential to forecasts from house price inflation and a mid-high single digit dividend yield we see this as an interesting buying opportunity. Our top picks are Barratt, Taylor Wimpey, Bovis.
10 Apr '14


whatever the reason we are at 3.35 and not significantly higher this will hopefully be blown away next Thursday. Profit is profit. Year end results May 27th will announce divi increases going forward. Best thing a top managment team nearing retirement can do for themselves is to have a generous forward divi policy. No impact on SP yet they get the cash they need to put their feet up wihtout disrupting the SP of the company they have built up. I doubt if we have a real take over rumour kicking about as this would have had a significant upwards effect on our SP. Always puzzeled me as to why no take over interest in TEF as it is a ripe plumb in the best bit of the UK market. Was once a rumour of a management buy out. Bet they are kicking themselves now that they did not go through with it.

heleco: did not notice I paid the stamp on my isa purchase. Oh well no alternative. By APril 28 I expect our SP to be in a different trading range.
9 Apr '14


would explain odd share movement not in line with sector. A placing in the works at say 3.30 would give an incentive for an existing holder to ask for more than they want from the placing and sell the balance immediately they already hold in a form of arbitrage only available to those lucky big investors approached. They would not really care about the sale price so long as it was above the offer price. Instant profit. That could pull us down in a logical temporary


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