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|Perfect buy point here on the chart.|
|Not at all*|
|Classic buy in rumour sell on fact. Notice the breakout and rally leading up to the budget and the sell off after? Imo this is very cheap and possibly off today due to RBS stress test splash damage? Tbh I would bit at all be surprised to wake up one morning to a bid here.|
|Conversely, any positive outcomes could see this fly!|
|Any negative outcome for property landlords in the Autumn Statement and that could could be a negative here!|
|Yeah, go for it OSB!|
|The chart is strong, the fundamentals support it too.
I think we should push on to 400p|
|A key resistance area where supply has been greater then demand in the past. Can it push through this time?|
|Break out, next stop 340p.|
|Old Mutual adding.|
No, I dont think you're missing anything. OSB are being priced on the basis of some horrendous Brexit-related fall-out, however if that sort of Brexit scenario occurs which makes the 6.6x FY16 appropriate, then the whole stock-market will also tank so we'd all be better off in cash (though that cash would be reducing in value given the expected rise in inflation).
OSB is priced incorrectly
|Adam, Thanks for your post, I keep wondering if I'm missing something. The statement was excellent.The chart is trending up, so sitting on these should reward.|
|Finally got around reading the trading statement and looking at my figures. Key point I think is that the market forecasts look like they're behind the game. OSB did 19.7p EPS in H1 and market forecasts are for 39.1p for the year - therefore implying a slightly weaker H2 than H1. However the trading statement said that H2 activity is significantly ahead of H1, NIM is in-line with their expectations and the pipeline is at record levels.
Therefore unless the cost base is out of control, its inconceiveable than H2 will be weaker than H1.
Taking their statement and extrapolating to the full year I have EPS of 43p so a FY16 PE of 6.6x and based on their dividend policy, yield will be approaching 4%.
In order to believe that this price is appropriate, you need to believe that 2017 and beyond is going to see a significant deterioration in business. Even then, a PE of say 10x would still factor in a meaningful decline and at 10x the share price on my figures is 433p. I'm long OSB already however this is way too cheap so will be adding more next week|
|OneSavings Bank PLC using EPIC/TICKER code LON:OSB had its stock rating noted as 'Reiterates' with the recommendation being set at 'OVERWEIGHT' this morning by analysts at Barclays Capital. OneSavings Bank PLC are listed in the Financials sector within UK Main Market. Barclays Capital have set a target price of 340 GBX on its stock. This would indicate that the analyst believes there is a potential upside of 16.6% from today's opening price of 291.7 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has increased 7.9 points and increased 86.6 points respectively.|
|Yep, we aren't even back to price we closes at Tuesday, now for a break of 300p.|
|Doubled up yesterday, weird price action|
|Rather odd price action considering the solid results.
I have had these on my watch list for a while and was waiting for this update but now I don't know what to do!|
|IN THE KNOW: "Something Very Wrong" With Low OneSavings Share PriceSource: Alliance NewsAnalysts on Wednesday welcomed OneSavings Bank's third quarter trading update as generally in-line with expectations and suggested its share...|
|Keep firing at will here chaps, it's bounced off the 300p level three times, once we break that it should become support.|
|Big fat dividend coming this Friday chaps.|
|Got to be one of the most bizarre openings I've seen in a long time, it should be above 300p on that.Kicking myself I didn't grab a few more.|
|Excellent trading update.|
|Trading update on 4th Nov last year so should be soon and if the good news continues the re-rating must be sooner rather than later|
|Yes, agreed mike, but the important thing - the trend it up.
Dividend payout next Friday - 4th Nov I think.|