Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Taylor Wimpey LSE:TW. London Ordinary Share GB0008782301 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.10p -0.64% 171.90p 171.90p 172.00p 173.20p 169.60p 172.00p 8,472,008.00 13:56:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 3,139.8 603.2 15.1 11.4 5,624.50

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/1/2017
10:17
Thanks Jugears. Solid reply. I have been in since £0.44
beercapafn
18/1/2017
02:31
JUGEARS,Fair play.Admire your honesty.I invest in a similar vain.Have a SIPP and regret it,because you are controlled by HMRC.Waiting to take Tax,on money you have already paid tax on,when you invested,and with risks.
garycook
17/1/2017
23:09
beercapafn, I have never taken a profit or a dividend in cash, I have only topped up when I feel the shares are to low, I buy shares for the long term & when I have set myself a realistic target Price I stick to it, I know this company extremely well & strongly believe that this has much further to go & whilst I do not need the money for anything & do not need to collect the dividends in cash I will continue to hold & watch my investment Grow, Investing in share is always a risk & when taking that risk I expect substantial returns not a few pence here & there from profit taking, This is my pension I do not pay into one as I do not trust other people investing my money & would certainly not want to line some fat cat fund managers pocket, for me long term investing can give substantial returns & has, but I don't read charts & wouldn't know when was a good time to sell or buy back in, I just buy bomb out companies with good fundamentals & then just sit & wait some times many years & this has worked for all but a few shares I have bought over the years, Everyone has there own view & method into investing I really admire people who trade shares for a living, Unfortunately I am not that clever & not good with sarcasm either.
jugears
17/1/2017
15:26
jug.. wow.. that is a entire retirement fund. were you temped to to take a litte profit on the way.. ?
beercapafn
17/1/2017
15:06
I'll be happy as long as the special dividends keep coming through. the share price is simply the icing :)
gbh2
17/1/2017
10:00
Been in this for 7 years & still see it going to £2.64
jugears
16/1/2017
17:51
Been trading TW since crash and see it retreating to 160. Then IMO will start climb to new highs
omg48
16/1/2017
13:45
If this has been posted before, my apologies. Possibly of interest to holders here if not:- http://www.edisoninvestmentresearch.com/research/report/taylor-wimpey/full#js MIGHT need registration, I'm not sure.
cwa1
13/1/2017
17:09
Sold out today and have made a decent profit. I think there is still a lot of value in these but I'm putting the money into a cash house purchase that completes next month. Thanks for all comments and info from contributors; I was mega anxious post Brexit when the share price dipped but held the nerve thanks to reading comments on here and my own research. First dabble at this and have enjoyed it and fortunately made good money but want to invest elsewhere now. Good luck all.
rikaughty
13/1/2017
06:41
There were more first-time home buyers in 2016 than at any time since the start of the financial crisis, according to research by Halifax bank. It also found the average price of a first home in the UK broke through the £200,000 barrier for the first time.The Halifax First-Time Buyer Review said the number of buyers entering the market hit 335,750 last year, up 7.3% on 2015. That is the highest level since the start of the financial crisis in 2007, and 75% higher than the all-time low of 192,300 first-time purchases seen in 2008. Halifax housing economist Martin Ellis attributed the increase in first-time buyer numbers to continuing low mortgage rates and high levels of employment which had "supported the market"BBC news
rikaughty
13/1/2017
06:35
First-time home buyers hit 10-year highhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-38605479
rikaughty
12/1/2017
11:34
Broker Notes for TW. 12 Jan Beaufort... N/A Buy 12 Jan Deutsche Bank 244.00 Buy 11 Jan Numis 205.00 Add 11 Jan Peel Hunt 210.00 Buy ;o)
the_equaliser
12/1/2017
10:54
Taylor Wimpey downgraded but income attraction remains, says Numis - HTTP://citywire.co.uk/money/the-expert-view-sainsburys-cobham-and-foxtons/a983362#i=6 Numis has downgraded housebuilder Taylor Wimpey (TW) on the back of share price increases. Analyst Chris Millington downgraded his recommendation from ‘buy’ to ‘add’ with a target price of 205p following an update. The shares were trading down 1.3%, or 2.3p, at 172p at the time of writing. ‘Taylor Wimpey’s update points to full-year results at the upper end of analyst expectations and we are increasing 2016 and 2017 profit before tax estimates by 3% and 4% respectively,’ he said. ‘The group describes trading as robust and the increase in net cash to £365 million should give a good underpinning for the 2017 dividend, which we think can rise further in 2018. Given the strong run in the shares so far this year we move from “buy” to “add”, although we maintain our target price.’ He added that the shares were currently trading on 9.1x price/earnings with a yield of 8% and ‘given we feel the yield is looking well underpinned we think the shares still offer valuation attractions, particularly to income investors’.
speedsgh
12/1/2017
08:30
Tw. the only builder up I am guessing that those trade yesterday and possible trades at EOD be someone increasing holding IMO DYOR
the_equaliser
12/1/2017
08:25
All in the games, the truth outs eventually!
midasx
12/1/2017
07:57
Yes good trading statement from barratt,lets see if the same happens to the fall in share price as TW yesterday!!
martyn9
12/1/2017
07:17
Barratt Highlights -- Overall market conditions are healthy with strong demand in the period for new homes -- Sales rate of 0.68 (2015: 0.66) net private reservations per active outlet per week(1) -- Completions outside of London are at the highest level for nine years, offset by lower completions in London primarily reflecting the planned HY1/HY2 build programme on wholly owned sites, resulting in total completions for the period (including joint ventures ('JVs')) of 7,180 (2015: 7,626) -- Profit before tax for the period is expected to be around GBP315m, c.7% higher than the comparable period (2015: GBP295.0m) -- Strong half year end net cash(2) position, at around GBP195m, an increase of GBP170.8m on 31 December 2015 (GBP24.2m) -- Total forward sales (including JVs) are up 15.8% against a strong prior year comparative at GBP2,336.6m (2015: GBP2,017.8m), with wholly owned forward sales up by 35.2% to GBP2,167.5m (2015: GBP1,603.0m) David Thomas, Chief Executive commented, "This has been another good half year for the Group. Consumer demand is strong benefiting from good mortgage availability and ongoing government support. Our healthy forward order book and this strong demand leaves us on track to deliver on our volume guidance for the full year.
midasx
12/1/2017
07:04
Excellent trading statement from Barratt.
rikaughty
11/1/2017
22:35
Hi Jugears appreciate and agree with your views i invest a bit differently I trade between the high and low's of the trading ranges accumulating more units by hopefully buying low and selling high .Indeed if we were all able to do that none of us would be getting up for work in the morning but that's the idea and I rarely get it anywhere near right but do ok picking up dividends along the way. probably best your way buying and holding but at least it gives me an interest analysing what to buy or sell like studying the form in the racing post to try and find those illusive winners. All the best.
catswhiskas
11/1/2017
21:51
Raffles I am only 51 so hopefully I have plenty of time left or my children are going to be very lucky.
jugears
11/1/2017
21:36
Raffles, London & the south east is a very small part of the uk, £3bn pre tax profit before tax deduted would probably leave about 2bn & I assume that the £2bn is also pre tax which would be the same as TW £1.3bn (admitetdly over 2years not 3) surely 3bn pretax over 5 years is not much better than Tw's 1.3bn for 3 years?, Forgive me but I only read Tw report briefly so not sure if there return is pre tax or actual.
jugears
11/1/2017
21:36
£2.05, £2.10, £1.68, or £2.39 take your pick!
midasx
11/1/2017
21:31
11 Jan Taylor Wimpey PLC Numis Add 168.25 205.00 205.00 Downgrades 11 Jan Taylor Wimpey PLC Peel Hunt Buy 168.25 210.00 210.00 Retains 11 Jan Taylor Wimpey PLC Shore Capital Hold 168.25 - - Reiterates 11 Jan Taylor Wimpey PLC Liberum Capital Hold 168.25 150.00 150.00 Reiterates 09 Jan Taylor Wimpey PLC Peel Hunt Buy 168.25 210.00 210.00 Retains 09 Jan Taylor Wimpey PLC Peel Hunt Buy 168.25 215.00 210.00 Upgrades 09 Jan Taylor Wimpey PLC Deutsche Bank Buy 168.25 - - Reiterates 04 Jan Taylor Wimpey PLC Deutsche Bank Buy 168.25 218.00 239.00 Reiterates
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