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BPT Bridgepoint Group Plc

-1.80 (-0.71%)
12 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Bridgepoint Group Plc BPT London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-1.80 -0.71% 252.00 16:35:09
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
265.80 253.00 265.80 252.00 253.80
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Bridgepoint BPT Dividends History

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Posted at 30/12/2022 00:28 by its the oxman
Is bpt a buy yet?
Posted at 14/2/2013 15:28 by miata
BPT currently yields 11.6%
Posted at 22/9/2011 14:09 by gramsci
I have been looking at royalty trust opportunities and BPT was an obvious candidate, given past performance. I have rejected it, in part after reviewing and updating analyses such as this one at SeekingAlpa. Tyler Lewis's FMV price of $45 is sobering, as is the focus on oil price assumptions neccessasry - $225 av going forward is not realistic. Since this was written in Jan'11, the underlying has dropped 20% and with the current drop in both oil price and prospects, I will not be pursuing BPT:
Posted at 31/3/2011 15:38 by miata
The capital value depends on the future oil price, so if its $200/barrel next year you will make a serious capital gain in addition to the divi.
Posted at 31/3/2011 15:33 by bracke

A couple of questions.

1 If the oil price drops am I correct in thinking that the divi drops with it?

2 As the years tick down the value of the company declines such that in thirteen years its value is zero. Therefore to get ones money back and make a profit the divi needs to be higher than 7.5% at the price the shares are purchased at.
Posted at 31/3/2011 12:39 by miata
The current crude-oil price surge is showing no signs of abating.

Oil "depletion" trusts like the BP Prudhoe Bay Royalty Trust (BPT 118.38, +0.72, +0.61%) are the best income play for this trend.

BPT essentially pumps out crude from its field, and allows stockholders to share in the profits via a hefty dividend until the well runs dry. With the end of royalties predicted about 13 years from now, your shares will actually pay for themselves by the time the oil runs out at the current dividend of 7.5%. Add in the fact that the Prudhoe Bay Trust has appreciated over 20% in share price over the last 12 months and you have a solid investment on your hands.
Posted at 13/8/2001 16:20 by nvesta
I've noticed that BPT are selling off a lot of their property. Any reasons why???
Posted at 30/4/2001 20:25 by dgb@gx
Tomorrow we should know whether shareholders have accepted the bid of £3.21 or whether the bidder extends the offer period. In the meantime 5th april has come and gone before the document was published, with no mention of any dividend for the 2nd half year.(6p expected)therefore the bid is really £3.15.against analysts expectation of 5th April NAV of between £4.20 and £4.40. A bit disappointing when approx 60% of the asetts ( the regulated stock ) is discounted by about 30% because these properties are occupied, whereas the market is now paying up to 80% for regulated tenancies at auction.I still feel that £3.40 to £3.50,would be a realistic takeout price, however the independent commitee of the board think otherwise having recommended the offer.
Posted at 18/2/2001 12:39 by dgb@gx
The recent announcement shows the forecasts of amounts ranging from £3.60 to £4.25 per share to be somewhat optimistic. Boxwellian probably got near the present assett value at £4.25,while Neptune's assessment of £3.60 possibly a more realistic level acceptable to shareholders. The fact that we are now informed that discussions are to continue and that if an offer is made it would be at £3.21 per share leads me to suspect that all is not running as smoothly as previously suggested and that the independant committee are not as one on the matter.While a previous contributor suggested £4.50 a share this may have been nearer the mark (figuratively speaking) than Deutschebank's and their advisors present indications.There is no doubt that BPT's assetts have risen further since the valuation of last April and that the current value should be well over the £4.00 a share level,therefore allowing for any tax and accounting requirements anything less than £3.40 to £3.50 per share would be less than fair value and I feel unlikely to be reccomended by the BPT board or acceptable to the shareholders
Posted at 10/10/2000 20:57 by terry91
On a day that the sector was in the news stating yet again that the sector is way under valued. I would like to bring BPT to light.

All the tec stocks crashed over the last couple of months. Even the banking sector took a large drop. What is safe.

When it looks like interest rates are set to rise with the average person not able to afford to get on the first home ladder.

Property sector needs to be looked at.

BPT has a few things that other stocks could only wish for.

1 it pays dividens

2 turn over last year 95.4 million

PE of 15.5

Last years profit 39million

Market cap of 400 million

It has just bought another 5.6 million worth of property in London as well as other property to go with it's large assits.

BPT 3/8/00 announced that it has put it's self up for a cash offer buy out due to the fact that the company was way under valued.

News at the time put the offer would have to be around £3.50+

With the sector so under valued and SAFE news must come soon.

As a share holder I wait.

Good luck people.

Anyone with comments please

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