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|Loving today's rise but still not sure why it's happening.|
|Pleasantly surprised by the price action here today. Yesterday it was possible to buy online but not sell, so I expected a move downwards. Happy to hold, especially now it's on the cusp of breaking out above its 12m high. GLAH.|
|Maybe it was enough to bring it to the attention of a few buyers but does seem unlikely.At this rate my losses will soon be wiped out.|
|Chief Exec was in a feature on BBC Breakfast business bit this morning about the property market in general, surely it's not that?|
|Ay up, big move today. Any clues why?|
|M&G and Aviva suspend property trusts as Brexit risks crystallise - as it happened
Pound plunges to new 31-year low as property funds refuse to let investors withdraw money after a rush of post-Brexit redemption requests
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Pound crashes to $1.3000
M&G freezes fund
Aviva suspends property redemptions|
|"In addition, the Company is pleased to announce that Mike Goddard, Executive Chairman and CEO of Belvoir, has sold GBP650,000 of Existing Ordinary Shares at the Placing Price."
I bet he's pleased too|
|how many he selling|
|I decided to bail this morning. Acquisition large and not a bargain + Director selling.|
|ADVFN...do something about these multi handle posters.
diku,opodio,Albanyvillas are the same person.Also known as 3rd eye at the moment.|
|If a couple of you are keen holders I have two places available for a lunch and presentation with Belvoir this coming Monday in the City. Just email me via mellomeeting.co.uk
Here's what I've lifted from the MCO annual report
"2015 was our most successful year to date demonstrating the power of our multi-brand franchise strategy. It was a year of consolidation and growth for the Group which saw us open 13 new offices across our brand stable, leveraging our expertise in lettings and growing our estate agency services across our expanded network. Despite tax changes relating to buy-to-let investments, the fundamental drivers of the private rented sector remain in place"
|Looks like Martin has missed profit forecasts
Loads of landlords selling up|
|Finally, some movement in the other direction.|
|Are the board simply happy to see the shares drifting towards an all time low?|
|should be 50p|
|Reason for the hit.
|The government's buy-to-let stamp duty increase will cost landlords the equivalent of 11 months' rental income
No doubt landlords would try and recoup some from Agents' commissions.|
|CWD today - Despite generally encouraging economic conditions, the anticipated post-election recovery in residential transactions failed to materialise in any significant way.
CWD plunged and so did FOXT|
|- a year since it was "bowling up nice", several acquisitions later and we are still in the range of 130p-120p
If interest rates rise causing Landlord exodus or Labour manages to influence legislation on rent controls, then we are in trouble. If the buy to let tax grows beyond that defined in the 2015 Finance Bill then that will be a problem as well.
Assuming we carry on growing and the dividend stays strong - then that's good enough for me. Holding these in an ISA or SIPP means I am getting a better yield than their own clients are in bricks & mortar...|
|bowling up nice|