Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bovis Homes Group LSE:BVS London Ordinary Share GB0001859296 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -86.00p -10.23% 755.00p 755.00p 756.00p 785.00p 747.00p 770.00p 4,888,238.00 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 946.5 160.1 95.4 7.9 1,013.42

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20/2/2017
23:37
http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2017/02/20/the-value-stock-set-to-beat-the-footsie-despite-profit-warning-sending-shares-10-lower/
kev0856153
20/2/2017
16:23
Hmm, I think you could draw any line you like there!
wad collector
20/2/2017
15:35
Same as BT - chart at a glance looked like a nice recovery/bounce set up - except for the Money Flow ahead of results which was falling like a stone. So the in house analysts know in advance and quietly advise the fund mgrs to get out. Evil because in both cases they used the confirm back to the line where you expect a slight pullback to get out stealthily.
luckymouse
20/2/2017
12:29
Crouchy1889 trazer985 3h ago 57 58 Because they are all about volume and speed. They're usually predominantly timber framed, dry lined wooden boxes. I don't believe they'll stand the test of time. They bang them up as quickly as possible and the perception is that there's more money in doing that and sorting out the inevitable snagging problems later than there is in taking the time to do it properly in the first place. The rooms are too small - did you know they use furniture that is smaller than standard in the show homes to give the illusion of space? When you put your own double bed in the biggest bedroom there'll barely be room to walk round it. Land is a valuable asset so your garden will barely be big enough for a swingball. There are also now stories about homes being sold leasehold with the freeholds being sold on to third parties and not made available to the homeowners so that remortgaging or selling after a few years requires a new lease which the freeholders can charge a mint for. All sorts. I realise that many people don't have much choice but if you do, I recommend that you steer clear.
mondaytuesday
20/2/2017
12:28
Crouchy1889 3h ago 120 121 I used to work for one of the biggest housebuilders in the UK and there is absolutely no chance that I would ever buy a new build from any of the main players. A small, local builder, maybe, but Bovis, Taylor Wimpey, Persimmon, Barratt, Bellway etc - no chance.
mondaytuesday
20/2/2017
10:28
The yield is 5.9% and it's to be maintained next year. PE of 10 next year. The company is now valued at NAV when all the other builders are valued at above, and some well above, NAV. Bargain at these levels.
orinocor
20/2/2017
10:23
Shaker44 - You repeatedly duplicate your posts. Don't know if this is deliberate or technical glitch. Please resolve.
dr_smith
20/2/2017
10:14
CEO could easily be found on the golf course I heard lol
ny boy
20/2/2017
10:14
Source The only thing that is new here is a 12% increase in dividend and its maintenance next year
phillis
20/2/2017
10:13
Anyone remember me? Well over a year now I warned you all to get out of this dog, and I stated the CEO had to go!! I was laughed off the board at that point.. who is laughing now? I have been well and truly vindicated!
creative_accountant
20/2/2017
10:13
Over-valued property prices outside London, eventually the market collapses and takes these down ..just a matter of time, the halcyon days are over.
ny boy
20/2/2017
10:08
Interesting assessment. Time will tell. I don't feel that gloomy. And there have been some large unit trust buys today. Clearly their focus was wrong and they are now saying all the right things. That shift in focus should not be hard to achieve with a firm hand on the tiller. But where the hell was the chairman/bod when the previous c e o was screwing up? Just turning up at board meetings and drawing fat fees I guess.
shaker44
20/2/2017
10:08
Interesting assessment. Time will tell. I don't feel that gloomy. And there have been some large unit trust buys today. Clearly their focus was wrong and they are now saying all the right things. That shift in focus should not be hard to achieve with a firm hand on the tiller. But where the hell was the chairman/bod when the previous c e o was screwing up? Just turning up at board meetings and drawing fat fees I guess.
shaker44
20/2/2017
09:57
On the call at the moment. Terrible profit warning today. Really bad management execution for an extended period and now coming home to roost (they should really all be thrown out given their markets!). Next year will be worse than this one and ROCE has dropped again from what was already an unacceptably poor level. CEO search only began 2 weeks ago! Chairman not even on the call. There doesn't seem any white knight in the wings given the mess so more bad news seems wholly possible ahead as their review gets to the bottom of why they've for years underperformed. Big margins drops. Actual customers don't seem happy either (defects and delays etc). Management bonuses still seem to be continuing (surprise surprise). For me (imo) it's clear these clowns can't deliver value or volume build properly. The divi is clearly their only trick in the bag to keep investors on the hook. This year is already a write off and seems to me that drops toward its yearly low shareprice seems sensible. Probably a safe drop below its NAV seems likely to both account for low value delivery this year and to maybe start to attract a proper volume housebuilder to consider taking them out of their misery. Regards,Source.
source
20/2/2017
09:51
Broker - we cut our 2017 volume estimate to the low end of guidance (-15% below 2016)
opodio
20/2/2017
09:43
No new news here Oversold
phillis
20/2/2017
09:08
As I said in 1241. Provisions - and statement rubbishing state of business from interim CEO. Maybe the new CEO if he/she is appointed, will do more of the same. Whatever, I think b they have set themselves up for a takeover. Bought more at 779.
shaker44
20/2/2017
09:08
As I said in 1241. Provisions - and statement rubbishing state of business from interim CEO. Maybe the new CEO if he/she is appointed, will do more of the same. Whatever, I think b they have set themselves up for a takeover. Bought more at 779.
shaker44
20/2/2017
09:08
As I said in 1241. Provisions - and statement rubbishing state of business from interim CEO. Maybe the new CEO if he/she is appointed, will do more of the same. Whatever, I think b they have set themselves up for a takeover. Bought more at 779.
shaker44
20/2/2017
09:08
As I said in 1241. Provisions - and statement rubbishing state of business from interim CEO. Maybe the new CEO if he/she is appointed, will do more of the same. Whatever, I think b they have set themselves up for a takeover. Bought more at 779.
shaker44
20/2/2017
08:38
just bought some seems to be a bargain to me happy days . We have a host of results in the next 10 days I think they will be amalgamated by someone.
nigelbarker
20/2/2017
08:34
You did , but the company still had EPS of 90p last yr. I just added at 775 ; looks to be bouncing this morning.
wad collector
20/2/2017
08:10
I sold at 820 a few months back. Looks like I called it right for once.
kev0856153
20/2/2017
07:48
Broker - we cut our 2017 volume estimate to the low end of guidance (-15% below 2016)
opodio
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