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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Burford Capital Limited LSE:BUR London Ordinary Share GG00B4L84979 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +36.00p +2.38% 1,551.00p 1,545.00p 1,548.00p 1,566.00p 1,503.00p 1,522.00p 527,334 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 314.6 239.3 82.9 18.4 3,391.26

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/6/2019
14:49
I'd expect an RNS soon to announce date for 1H 2019 results.
qruz
19/6/2019
10:25
Good start again, how is level 2 looking? More buyers than sellers?
dekle
18/6/2019
18:49
Thanks also gettingrich slow, vulture fest I guess... Looks like Kier has gone as low as it is going to and now up 14% today, which BUR would follow suit (just the up part)
rar100
18/6/2019
16:57
Any update Bamboo?
qruz
18/6/2019
16:17
Thank you Lawdawg for your comprehensive report, withhout knowing the technicalities, I did think it unlikely (If it was possible to sue the President, from his antics I think there would be a long queue to do just that.
rar100
18/6/2019
14:45
Nice 6-7% bounce from the morning lows - any known reason?
5chipper
17/6/2019
14:03
rar, everyone is over on the KIE board I think!
gettingrichslow
17/6/2019
13:33
Just noticed Burford updated their site in relations to major shareholders. No change in numbers but I think the txt they've added is probably due to requests from website users to explain why Woodford share shows as 9.5% holding rather than the 6.5% shown on his site as of before fund closure. ‘ The shareholding information below reflects shareholdings as notified to the Company by shareholders via TR-1 disclosures. Burford updates this information as TR-1s are received. The last TR-1 was received, and thus the last update of this information occurred, on 1 May 2019. Burford does not independently verify the information provided nor does Burford include shareholding information not supplied through the TR-1 process.’
syoun11
17/6/2019
12:59
Where's everyone gone ?, never seen this board so quiet. Wonder if it is possible to sue D.Trump as President?
rar100
17/6/2019
12:36
Burford Special Brew
minerve 2
14/6/2019
19:18
5chipper Yeah a new focus will be refreshing and hopefully great results will turn it all around...
rar100
14/6/2019
06:30
This website isn't usually one I follow, but there are some interesting observations here: https://simplywall.st/stocks/gb/diversified-financials/aim-bur/burford-capital-shares/news/do-insiders-own-shares-in-burford-capital-limited-lonbur/
jonwig
13/6/2019
22:55
At some point, attention will focus on half-year results due in 6 weeks, and away from Woodford situation.
5chipper
13/6/2019
20:58
Trident, you have to admit Minerva has got amazing timing. He literally sold out right at the bottom. That's not easy you know. If you tried it a hundred times again you probably wouldn't manage it.
gettingrichslow
13/6/2019
20:38
Citywire “Hargreaves Lansdown has dropped the Woodford Income Focus fund from its £562 million HL Multi-Manager High Income fund, as withdrawals from Neil Woodford's smaller fund hit £116 million in six days.”
brexitplus
13/6/2019
20:33
Trident5 The secret of investing is to do the opposite of minerve😁 8513;😁
brexitplus
13/6/2019
16:55
Kier has bounced up nicely straight after you sold out, Minerva? Lost your touch?
trident5
13/6/2019
15:50
Burford Special Brew
minerve 2
13/6/2019
14:52
Financial Times Article published at beginning of week is more insightful about what is dictating the share price than the Investors C. I suspect.Article starts by referencing Woodford woes and discusses major holdings. “Burford’;s accounts are as eye popping as it’s share price growth.Operating income leapt to $345m last year,according to S&P Global,10 times higher than it was in 2013.Operating cash flow dropped from $42m to a negative $233m.The group is borrowing to fill the gap.Net debts have tripled in two years to $331m. Fans will riposte that this is chicken feed compared with investments in legal cases valued by Burford under the oversight of EY,at $1.9bn. However,that figure depends in part on the company writing up the value of legal tussles that have not finished.These non cash gains accounted for 54% of revenues in 2018.Most of the rest came from cases settling in Burfords favour. In fairness,Burfords accounting policies are conservative by the very racy standards of litigation funding.It has a good investment record.According to Jeffries analysts,it has been on the winning side in two thirds of cases and four fifths by value.”
steeplejack
10/6/2019
16:27
Investors Chronicle article on Woodford's travails: "Litigation finance specialist Burford Capital (BUR), which at the time of writing had not disclosed a decrease in the 9.5 per cent of its shares WIM owns, nonetheless saw its shares fall on the news of the Equity Income Fund suspension. However, there could be good reason for holding on to the Alternative Investment Market darling, whose market value has trebled in value over the past three years. In that time pre-tax profits have risen by around the same proportion, as management has demonstrated a canny ability for backing cases that have generated impressive returns, coming in at 85 per cent in 2018." Https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/shares/2019/06/10/woodford-s-share-fire-sale-hits-market/
galatea99
10/6/2019
15:29
Wonder if we have any involvement with the Grenfell suit since it's in the US they are probably best placed to provide the support.
dekle
10/6/2019
13:11
WC104 - I have no interest in prolonging this discussion, suffice to say that 'long term' is a relative concept and is age dependent.
slaccs
10/6/2019
12:29
You can make a little money by trading in and out Makes little sense in a growth company though where there is no mean reversion But you can make a ton of money by long term holding the right stick
williamcooper104
10/6/2019
11:48
jonwig - Totally disagree. Volatility is movement in both directions. There is a lot of movement between two exact prices. You are talking about a period of 8 months. I'm not a day trader but I very rarely hold a share for more than 6 months without a little buying and selling. How else am I going to make any money?
slaccs
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