Hi, it's a target price for me, you all know my view's and strategy regarding TW. £2 was my, and is my sell and clear any loans, and mortgages I have. However the building industry is still on a roll so why leave when it could improve significantly. after it gets past £2.00 I will be looking for £2.25. Calisto hi I only second guess the share price short term for a bit of fun and have no idea what will happen by the end of the day or week, and that's why I don't trade or day trade. However the longer term view such as a drop, or rise I spend time studying the trends, now that can only work so far, it cannot take into account any news such as the finance crash and the effects it has. any way it keeps the board alive. Good luck
short term punt imo and second guessing the SP is fraught with problem not least of which being our parasitic MM's which seem to be able to direct the price to suit their books at will. Look at the long term fundamentals and the financial position our company now finds itself in 6 years after we rescued it from going t%ts up.Eventually in a just world our BOD will seek to reward our loyalty if only to lay the basis of a more generous and " rewarding " remuneration policy.
I think people may have got carried away yesterday, I am sure at some stage they will hit £2.00 plus but I am not convinced it will happen this summer, it would take a positive announcement regarding next years divi payment for this to happen in the near future. Only my opinion but I did by in again today after selling some recently.
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