So I see the Special has been paid every year, thus this is now factored into the Yield %... So if the Special is removed, the % Yield is then in the very average range ( Average, as in currently it is exceptional compared to 99% of other Divi payers )
My only gripe, is investing into the likes of DEB & VOD instead of not putting more into TW
I know for the big boy lenders, additional borrowing in this situation is small change to them. But they would certainly have a better understanding of DEB's financials and wouldn't be throwing money away if they did not think they would survive... Would they ?
Indeed nice to see them up slightly. I'm only in TW, didn't buy at the bottom and at the current price, I'm break even, which is better than most of my holdings... Just wish I put more in at the time, as I now have nothing left as would love to top up as I feel TW is a sound bet for my money. Just wish I put more in ( only took a gamble punt with left over funds ), to get more out of the nice Divi's..
Although saying that, I did promise myself I wouldn't buy anything else until Brexit was out the way ;o)
Indeed, this is a substantial blow for the whole UK. I worked for Honda in Swindon, short spell only mind you..
If anyone mentioned going to work in Swindon, it would 95% be going for Honda. This will also have a large knock-on effect within the housing sector, including a very large portion of Rentals / Lodging's, so residents will now also have to re-evaluate due to a massive reduction in rents / lets to sub their Mortgages or Investors etc. And if more properties are being built, I assume these will be available for some time with no-one wanting to buy in an area that is going to be dead in the next couple of years.