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Share Price: 109.10Bid: 109.10Ask: 109.30Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Taylor Wimpey
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 0.18%Open: 111.60High: 112.10Low: 108.50Yesterday’s Close: 109.10


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dbh1961
Posts: 72
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:128.00
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RE: no point
25 Feb '14
Keep £1 and inflation may mean it's only worth 98p in a year, but you have 98p
Give it away and you have nothing
Borrow it back and you're £1.05 in debt

So, even if you are right about having enough land/plots, it still makes business sense to keep the money
 
calisto
Posts: 624
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:128.30
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no point
25 Feb '14
holding cash the return on which is negative if you take inflation into account. TW is not exactly short of plots either.
SilverFoxy
Posts: 59
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:128.20
Divi
25 Feb '14
Good & sensible post WW.
Much sooner the cash retained so we get better shareholder value and stability for future
dbh1961
Posts: 72
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:128.20
site contractor posting 06:58
25 Feb '14
Apprecaite your regular posts about news from the ground so to speak, but not too sure about your maths! You forecast 1-2% growth per day x 18 months and said that would double the price..
I just ran the calculation, using the £1.31 share price when you posted;
1% daily growth gives £302 in 18 months (£302 not £3.02)
1.5% gives £4500
and 2% gives £66000
I'd be happy with 1% growth per month, never mind per day
dbh1961
Posts: 72
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Price:127.50
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WiganWarriors
25 Feb '14
There's only me n you banging this drum mate. SP is all over the place with the talk of dividends and possible FTSE100.
I'd be happy with a penny dividiend and the rest retained in the business. I think the next move may be buying out a few local builders to get even more prime land, but the important thing is for the business to have the cash available to move on any opportunities.
WiganWarriors
Posts: 69
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:128.60
Divi
25 Feb '14
Not sure why there is speculation re dividend payments, of amounts discussed on this Board. Last years payment was 0.62p and the rest was retained in the business . So one would expect a rise commensurate with stated policy, forecast 0.98p. The only other option would be a one off special payment, say 5p, in which case this means the company has excess cash (or assets it can realise) and can find nothing better to do with it. For example, if a special dividend of 5p is paid, then the business has less assets, and the share price should fall accordingly. Current ROCE is likely to be 14%(ish), therefore better to retain earnings and get 14% return on that 5p, rather than pay out as a dividend and get 2% in a building society ? Or, one could spend it of course, and help the consumer driven economy. Unless, TW decide to announce that all excess cash will be paid out as special dividends (similar to PSN), in which case you cannot expect the share price to rise in future.
smed
Posts: 1,213
Answer
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:129.10
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RE: how
25 Feb '14
5-10P per share has been mentioned.
Trader2345
Posts: 41
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:129.10
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how
25 Feb '14
much are we expecting in divi per share?
sitecontractor
Posts: 75
Observation
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:131.00
share price
25 Feb '14
ive said a few times £2.00 will come steady rises every day no jumps just 1-2% a day it soon climbs and with forward sales going crazy this still could double in 18 months. my thoughts anyway !!!!!
sandy26
Posts: 21
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Opinion:No Opinion
Price:131.00
SP
25 Feb '14
My faiith is with PR to stear us in the right direction . Onward and upwards .



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