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|I think Bovis Homes results today didn't have a good effect on FORT.|
|Agree with much of what you say bollers. Though as stated - for me this is one for the longer term, for once (multi party) politics is onside when it comes to finding a solution, whatever the economic circumstances.
As we know there is actually only one solution to a problem that has dogged the UK for many, many years.|
|one for all and all for one - now the 3 house brickeers.
I bought a few a month ago for the same reasons as cited above.
After years of waffle there does seem to be political will to encourage house building at the moment.
My main concern to stop me buying more is inflation/higher interest rates=higher lending costs=lower house prices=less houses built.
Affordability for people buying their own homes is already low, and looks like getting worse.
My guess is buy to let is holding things up currently, while prices keep rising and rent yields exceed interest rates, house prices are fairly immaterial if you have cash in the bank. I would think demand could quickly cool if things reversed.|
I will hold this for some years to come, because:
The UK is short of new build housing
New houses need bricks
Political pressure is mounting to build on a much larger scale
Forterra is Britain's second largest brick maker
Their speciality bricks are in demand
I'm comfortably ahead in terms of buying price, and fully expect Forterra to prosper, though only if it is looked after/run properly. It appears from my initial research to be managed by hardened professionals, with many years experience in the business, rather than financial whizz kids. We'll see. Glad to have you aboard, though look out, FORT can be a tad volatile, it often moves against the market for no particular reason. Often up on a bad day, and vice versa.
In my experience it is well below the radar of many private investors, though decent results and dividend uplifts in due course may well change things in that respect.
And then there were 2 ...|
Are you still holding this one? If yes, you are no longer alone here. If not, then I am going to be alone here!
I only saw this share last night, and it was love at first sight! Straightforward business, which is only going to grow over the medium to long term. Bought first thing this morning, hoping to sell at 25% profit in less than 6 months time.|
|Third, and quite possibly given the lack of interest in a potential FTSE 250 IPO my last post on this thread, though I doubt it.
I would like to think that the massive new build housing projects in various regions of the UK, all of which will involve Forterra on a large minority basis in terms of supplying bricks, blocks & several other construction items might entice serious investors as well as traders.
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|The UK's second largest brick maker, Forterra - floated on the LSE main market 26th April 2016. With a market cap (£350M+) sufficient to hoist the company towards the FTSE 250 in due course, performance & price uplift permitting.
Interesting times for brick makers. Politicians (of all hue), journalists, construction analysts and especially Joe Public would all agree on one simple fact -: demand for new housing in our cramped little country far outstrips supply.
The supply/demand ratio is unlikely to change anytime soon, however logic suggests that over time it needs to change quite dramatically, and with the ongoing impact of immigration, a great deal more housing will be needed.
A third or more of UK new build housing developers use Forterra's unique style of bricks during construction.
In investment / stock market terms there is unlikely to be any such thing as a 'no brainer'.
However I bought in a few days after the IPO, and see this as a medium to long term jobbie. Looking at recent trades, many of the sells are so small (and so similar) they're likely to be employees & pensioners belonging to the company cashing in on free shares, or internally issued equity.
There is currently no indication of income/dividend forecast, when the board publish this I'll edit this post to include it, along with starting yield at the IPO price.
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