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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Beazley Plc LSE:BEZ London Ordinary Share GB00BYQ0JC66 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  4.20 1.07% 398.20 398.70 399.20 401.30 389.00 389.00 1,504,131 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonlife Insurance 2,129.4 -36.9 -5.9 - 2,424

Beazley Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/9/2021
13:04
There should be an update on trading next week, as they had one around that time last year.
alex1621
16/9/2021
11:55
strange share price moves this week? marched up towards the recent highs only to reject over the next couple of days
bg23
02/9/2021
19:55
Big volume today.
blackdown2
22/8/2021
20:48
Luderitz - are you asking me?
tournesol
22/8/2021
19:28
First time I bought BEZ was some years ago. I saw that the CEO had bought shares in the market at 93p (from memory). I bought the next day and paid less than he did = 89p or thereabouts. Sadly I sold very soon afterwards for 120p - thinking that a 33% profit in a few weeks was pretty good. Should have been more patient. Have since been in and out several times. Currently my biggest holding and see it as a LTBH core holding.
tournesol
22/8/2021
18:56
I'm expecting an upturn share price wise soon. Think 400p has been found. Think we will start to see a new wave heading for 500 to 600p
ttny2004
12/8/2021
15:59
hTTp://uk.investing.com/equities/beazley-group-technical
ifthecapfits
12/8/2021
15:51
Whats their current divi % please.
luderitz
12/8/2021
15:46
Happy to sit tight. Bought in at 184. 130% gain, oh and the dividends.
robert0taylor
12/8/2021
14:04
Nice one pal. I have 80% of the original on with the rest trailing firmly above entry and so looking forward to the next few days and weeks. Good weekend all.
tongosti
12/8/2021
13:28
I've done similar at 365, 390 and today at 425. still got 40% of my original position at 304. very pleased with myself. lol.
bg23
11/8/2021
09:24
Took a few off the table. Small portion but I love cashing in bits and pieces on the way up. GLA
tongosti
10/8/2021
10:43
Past 430ish (i do see some resistance around that level as the price is v overextended short term) we're looking at 540 next. Then your gap to 600 comes into play. The above can go wrong at any moment so managing risk is key so with that said - onwards and upwards!
tongosti
10/8/2021
08:57
23 Jul 2020 share price of 455p needs to be broken and then large gap to be filled to 550 to 600p. This is turning into the solid momentum play that I was hoping. Together with Capita finally. Happy days!Just Costain to get moving.
ttny2004
09/8/2021
13:39
What a champ of a stock. Well done Bez.
tongosti
06/8/2021
17:49
Top notch weekly close. Onwards and upwards chaps.
tongosti
03/8/2021
12:17
See my 774 on resistance levels. This baby is on the house now on this fresh b/o. Onwards and upwards.
tongosti
03/8/2021
10:55
Good to see it break into 4,s. Was wondering where next resistance was as not checked.. Hopefully push on to £5.
ianb5004
03/8/2021
08:14
Come on Bez. 430 is the next level chaps. Past that you're looking at 550.
tongosti
27/7/2021
18:22
Hi MB I take your point but I think we are talking slightly past each other. Car insurance or home insurance is a commodity. Those policies are churned out by the million by a large number of companies whose policies are created by cookie cutter technology following simplified underwriting rules. These companies do try to differentiate themselves to some extent in terms of market segment - so one insures old people and another does young people - or by adding bells and whistles. But essentially its a mass market product for clients whose needs are fundamentally very similar. But as I understand it Beazley makes its living by selling non-standardised unique policies which are not simply carbon copies of each other. So for instance they might insure a football tournament which includes a load of matches in different countries with a combination of complex inter-related risk factors. Heatwave in a world cup in the desert? Terrorism? Disease? Political difficulties? Of course other specialist insurers would quote for the same business but there are real differentiating factors between the insurers, their track records and their abilities to compute risks and exposures. That's what I was trying to say. And of course when specialist insurers develop very niche products/skills eg ransomware cover, then they can achieve a competitive advantage and a real point of differentiation. That's my line of thinking wrt Beazley.
tournesol
27/7/2021
17:27
tournesol Most insurance requirements are unique from the client's perspective but that doesn't make it unique from the insurer. A client can take its insurance needs to many companies in this space and get a quote for cover and eventually it will come down to cheapest quoted price versus confidence in claims delivery. If you offer a bespoke service then the more bespoke it is the more expensive your cost base is going to be. I think as investors we should be very careful not to take on the wishful thinking that insurance companies would like us to take at face value in that they sell unique product and that it is bespoke and therefore has durable competitive advantage and healthy margins. If the sector is witnessing healthy margins and excellent growth then it will, without a doubt, move towards commoditisation - like for example when hedge funds bundled into reinsurance. At the end of the day the competitive advantage (or not) with the likes of Beasley will be accuracy of their risk management in delivering the quote and not in the fact they have a unique product - which they don't.
medieval blacksmith
27/7/2021
13:34
I think that most if not all of their policies are bespoke or at least extensively tailored/adapted. They aren't belting out bog standard policies sold en masse to retail markets. They are insuring a lot of risks which are unique. Hence the importance of genius level underwriters and risk assessment as opposed to standardised premiums as applies in say car insurance. (apologies if egg sucking being explained here)
tournesol
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