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
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,550.00p 1,546.00p 1,550.00p 1,576.00p 1,542.00p 1,562.00p 151,891 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 253.7 184.5 88.6 17.1 3,304.99

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21/6/2018
15:57
Burford‏ @BurfordCapital · 26 minutes ago As global economic borders continue to blur, anti-competitive behavior has dramatically increased, resulting in potentially billions of dollars’ worth of economic harm. #antitrust #legalfinance http://www.burfordcapital.com/blog/trends-in-legal-finance-competition-antitrust/ …
someuwin
21/6/2018
08:44
Ali,Look on the other BUR thread as this is the technical one. The truth is that BUR seldom issues news so nobody knows what is ever happening, the technicals is often most of what there is to go on between results.
mad foetus
21/6/2018
08:27
can someone explain what's happening wth the share price not tecnical
ali47fish
21/6/2018
08:20
OT bamboo but I am thinking that HUR looks like a HTF
mad foetus
21/6/2018
06:42
Not 100% convinced by that first shoulder bamboo
mad foetus
20/6/2018
20:52
Larger H&S looks confirmed. Trendline, historical sup and 50sma will help delay or avert price reaching tp.
bamboo2
20/6/2018
11:38
Excellent interview.
brexitplus
19/6/2018
14:03
Radio interview with Chris Bogart: Http://theceoforumgroup.com/radio-chris-bogart-ceo-burford-capital-explains-the-breakthrough-concept-burford-created-which-turns-corporate-legal-into-a-profit-center-instead-of-a-cost-center/
galatea99
16/6/2018
10:27
agree Xajorkith and monnow the PE of 17 times is FAR too low, considering growth potential and sector. this could be reasonable value at twice the PE and higher and thus its not difficult to see a price of £30-£40 over the next 2-3 Years. a very easy buy and hold
stoxx67
15/6/2018
18:56
Finally bought in here this morning after watching for some time. Clearly should have bought much earlier, but feel this still has a long way to go. May appear expensive to some, but a 2019 PE of 16.8 seems superb value for such a high quality, world leading company in the midst of a multi-year surge in revenue & profits.
xajorkith
15/6/2018
11:45
sstanford - you mean stop relying on 3rd party numbers? Personally I only ever go to a company's own statements and figures. The Burford Capital Investment Management holdings are linked in the header. The various funds are not listed and as far as I know their make-up isn't disclosed.
jonwig
15/6/2018
10:55
@monnow; apologies, time for me to start relying on 3rd party numbers. With regards to currency exposure, I would be interested to know more about BUR exposure where they have accepted equity as payment (as in the case of Jaguar Health inc payment in shares). Does anyone have a link to details of BURs various funds/breakdown of make up etc? unable to find it in their AR.
sstanford
15/6/2018
10:11
Agree monnow, and also worth referencing most recent results:Income up 109% v previous yearCommitments up over 300% v previous yearQ1 investments $128.5m v $1m in Q1 previous yearIn other words, rapidly expanding investments and profits. What PE would you put on a business growing at that rate?
mad foetus
15/6/2018
09:54
SStanford : Burfords Dec 17 diluted earning per share was 119.55 cents. Todays exchange equates to a conversion of 90 pence. Share price currently 1529 pence. This gives a p/e ratio of 16.98 x. Please stop repeatedly stating mis information. Thankyou
monnow
15/6/2018
08:50
Thanks J. As sterling has slipped from 1.40 to 1.32 since March results, it should add 6% to next months figures. I'm surprised many companies with overseas earnings/assets don't reflect currency changes more.
mad foetus
15/6/2018
08:42
mad - latest AR shows 85% of current commitments are in USD. That's probably a decent proxy for earnings. Main GBP exposure is bonds BUR1, 2, 3 (£365m).
jonwig
15/6/2018
08:36
Can anyone remember how big a proportion of our earning are non-sterling? I would have thought the majority, so sterling weakness, which appears to have some way to go, should provide a fillip to profits.
mad foetus
15/6/2018
07:28
Funny thing charts, BUR looked poised to motor last week, now quite the opposite. Two key things for me are the Argentina case, which must be resolved shortly (it is over a year since they went to court to discuss which jurisdiction it should be heard in). Also, the next results are in July, and history shows they usually surprise to the upside. Which is my way of saying I'm not minded to topslice right now.
mad foetus
15/6/2018
07:16
Can I respectfully request please that individual investors take responsibility for their own investment decisions?
steptoes yard
14/6/2018
17:54
@jonwig, yeah I'm convinced. BUR does have some heft competition (IMF Bentham, Harbour, Vannin etc) but none are floated, should have researched first before posting. Having done my research, I have to say that im quite enamored with litigation funding. By all accounts BUR is in position for great things. As it stands, value is pretty poor, I will reference its current PE which stands at 39.72 (against 14.68 FS). Will be keeping a keen eye on this; definitely buy and hold if the price is right.
sstanford
14/6/2018
17:54
@jonwig, yeah I'm convinced. BUR does have some heft competition (IMF Bentham, Harbour, Vannin etc) but none are floated, should have researched first before posting. Having done my research, I have to say that im quite enamored with litigation funding. By all accounts BUR is in position for great things. As it stands, value is pretty poor, I will reference its current PE which stands at 39.72 (against 14.68 FS). Will be keeping a keen eye on this; definitely buy and hold if the price is right.
sstanford
14/6/2018
17:53
@jonwig, yeah I'm convinced. BUR does have some heft competition (IMF Bentham, Harbour, Vannin etc) but none are floated, should have researched first before posting. Having done my research, I have to say that im quite enamored with litigation funding. By all accounts BUR is in position for great things. As it stands, value is pretty poor, I will reference its current PE which stands at 39.72 (against 14.68 FS). Will be keeping a keen eye on this; definitely buy and hold if the price is right.
sstanford
14/6/2018
16:08
bamboo- please make it clear when to enter for long term holders
ali47fish
14/6/2018
13:47
Hi bamboo, Looks like it's due a dip to the 50day MA, and would dip slightly below intraday, that would be a good entry point. 1H Results on 25th July
qruz
14/6/2018
06:55
Looks like the double bottom chart pattern to me and if the 2nd v goes slightly lower than the first then that means it will breakout? No? Yes?
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