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
  -22.00p -1.83% 1,183.00p 1,182.00p 1,184.00p 1,208.00p 1,170.00p 1,208.00p 425,675 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 59.0 46.1 21.4 48.3 2,419.77

Burford Capital Share Discussion Threads

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15/8/2017
10:34
Good to see Burford pass on this one and that they continue to exercise strong due diligence. No need to take bigger risks than they have to.
winsome
15/8/2017
10:07
hxxp://www.burfordcapital.com/newsroom/quinn-launches-bid-appeal-14bn-mastercard-consumer-claim/
qruz
15/8/2017
08:14
Amazing news really that the investment was only £2m. Although we never know that much about individual cases, it does show how asymmetric the returns can be for those type of cases.
mad foetus
15/8/2017
06:33
bestace - I guess so. Even so, a lot of comment that the verdict was an aberration hasn't persuaded Burford to double-down.
jonwig
14/8/2017
21:32
Good to see costs were only £2m rather than the £40m figure that was being bandied around at the time of the tribunal decision. Presumably this means Burford are drawing a line under their involvement and are foregoing any upside in the event of a successful appeal.
bestace
14/8/2017
20:06
The appeal against Mastercard is likely to proceed. The probably good news is that Burford (via one of the GKC funds) won't be funding it: Https://www.cdr-news.com/categories/competition-and-business-crime/7518-breaking-mastercard-consumer-appeal-sought
jonwig
14/8/2017
17:48
I think anyone looking at this company wouldn't be able to see past the flagpole and pennant, currently half-mast but which looks poised to follow the standard Fibbonaci breakout with a target of around £17 according to Bullockowski. Obvs if we get news of Petersen you can double that.
mad foetus
14/8/2017
17:28
Not enough incomprehensible jargon for a chartist bigbigdave - I'm sure you can do better and it's a good day of it as well - the price is up.
trident5
14/8/2017
08:24
For the chartists looks like next leg up forming here.
bigbigdave
13/8/2017
10:56
according to Stockopedia it's 17.5
panic investor
13/8/2017
10:42
Factoring the latest earnings, does anyone have the latest P/E ratio for BUR?
qruz
11/8/2017
11:46
Markets in general are down last few days, what do you expect could be on for a little correction, it's about time tbh. most us stocks are disgustingly over valued.
qruz
11/8/2017
11:20
Every cloud ... it's quietened the traders/chartist on here.
trident5
11/8/2017
10:58
Dear oh dear. And nothing has actually happened to the company itself!
runthejoules
09/8/2017
19:03
I don't normally trade but BUR is having dips that seem irresistible! Mind I kept one dip as a long term investment. Maybe I will this time but best not to have too npmany of one stock.
gswredland
09/8/2017
18:35
I don't mean to disparage the short-termists. Its just that I experimented with day trading with a smallish pot of money some years ago and found it really tiring and difficult to make money following chart patterns, etc. Buying good companies at fair prices and holding has proved far easier and less stressful. But I hear that 4% of those who day trade make good money at it.
winsome
09/8/2017
18:07
""So far I'm up 1000%" Congratulations Winsome - puts the chartists and traders on here in perspective.
trident5
09/8/2017
16:34
what a sobering lovely post winsome- i completely share your sentiment and i wish there werte more of your kind!
ali47fish
09/8/2017
15:16
Seems like the crazies have hijacked this forum now. For me, BUR is a simple buy and hold and the nature of their business demands that strategy. A No-brainer. So far I'm up 1000%. Try doing that by constantly trying to sell on the highs and buy on the dips. You could be doing something more fruitful than staring at a screen all day. But then I'm an old fashioned investor, but not a bad one at that. Shame there is not a parallel forum to go with the parallel universe some of you guys are living in.
winsome
09/8/2017
13:34
Yep agree guys but not sure if this is the bottom! I have my long termers but also trade them
gswredland
09/8/2017
09:43
If BUR share price history is one to go by... buy more in the dips like now.
qruz
09/8/2017
09:22
It has just risen very strongly. History shows that this happens: I first bought in May during a lull when the share price dropped from above £8 to £7.20. It proved a great time to buy. Now might be. It all depends whether BUR is coming to the end of the path set out in LMs chart, or whether it is bumping along the channel.
mad foetus
09/8/2017
09:10
Any ideas what is causing the dip in sp?
rostam60
09/8/2017
06:24
LuckyMouse - chart in #1436 - uncanny! I used to post a lot of pics but a while ago I found I couldn't, even with the capitals. I'm not fussed, though.
jonwig
09/8/2017
01:08
bamboo - i vaguely remember one can post 3rd party images if a black name simply by adding a capital or two in the http bit ie Http or hTTp etc - worth a go to see if it still works
luckymouse
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