Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Burford Capital Limited LSE:BUR London Ordinary Share GG00BMGYLN96 ORD NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 595.50 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
596.00 597.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 276.01 170.05 73.14 8.5 1,302
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:43:40 O 480 595.50 GBX

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Burford Capital Daily Update: Burford Capital Limited is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BUR. The last closing price for Burford Capital was 595.50p.
Burford Capital Limited has a 4 week average price of 591.50p and a 12 week average price of 591.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 800p while the 1 year low share price is currently 251p.
There are currently 218,649,877 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 499,274 shares. The market capitalisation of Burford Capital Limited is £1,302,060,017.54.
djderry: Hi time_traveller,I note your comments and we can agree to disagree. I have most on here filtered but will respond as follows. Investing is not about looking at the share price. Investing is not about reacting to the movements of a share price. An investor doesn't think something is 'wrong' because a shareprice is disconnected from the intrinsic value of the company. An investor does not request management to become promoters or cheerleaders for the stock. An investor does not require others to validate his or her investment decisions. An investor knows that he or she will have long periods of ' underperfomance' of a company's shareprice. It's just business as usual. An investor knows better than to spend his or her valuable time looking at shareprice fluctuations.
1aconic: William: take a look at the actual movements today and when they happened. The fall happened in a matter of minutes and then has been held rock steady since. You're saying that the share price isn't been manipulated? Exactly the same thing happened when Kuvari reduced their short the week before results. I believe without any doubt at all that the price has been totally played over recent times and there simply isn't currently a strong enough belief that the share price has forward momentum to properly counteract it. Forums are endlessly full of people saying they've sold out and bought back in. It plays straight into their hands.... until there is true momentum again and then it doesn't...
saltraider: There has been a huge amount of money printed by central banks during the covid-19 pandemic. All that money has to find a home somewhere. Some of it will be soaked up by inflation in the prices of goods and services perhaps. A lot of it is going to find its way into the purchase of assets ... as a store of value. There will be asset price inflation as a result (house prices, share prices, bitcoin ... ...). IMHO the thing to avoid being in over the next year or two is cash. It will be a good time for the brave to borrow momey to buy assets. I don't see share prices dropping in a hurry. The extra money has to find a home somewhere. Burford share price will, of course, probably be perverse and not follow the market. I've put quite a bit into Burford and I've taken a loss but I've been more fortunate elsewhere. I will stick with it for a good while longer because the fundamentals seem excellent and I believe the share price will eventually align with them.
donald pond: Has something leaked? I doubt it. Burford has always been a very tight ship. We've had plenty of cases of great results that were preceded by a lacklustre share price. They are lawyers, they know how to keep things confidentialBut after last results share price went up to around £8 and I don't think anyone expects business to have gone backwards so the chance to buy at £6 last week was clearly a gift
djderry: Yes,1aconic,a total charlatan.He has been the cause of what he's complaining about! The reason Burford's share price is so out of kilter with its fundamentals is because of Block and his ilk spooking the market.He put out an error filled 'report' with half truths,untruths and plain incorrect information.Baked in were a couple of facts ,yes the CEO and the CFO happened to be married,yes,if every bond holder were to call in their loans the next day,there would be a liquidity crunch ( the same is true for hundreds of public companies,if you exclude Burford's biggest wins,blah,blah,blah. Think of your favourite football team and then exclude their biggest wins? It's beyond any stretch of credibility to call this tripe a 'report' and yet mug punters were taken in and sold. Remember,he slapped an 'embargo' on the 'report' but announced the embargo so as to further spook the market. Remember that he was also covering his position within hours. Hundreds of millions wiped off the share price. But,of course,all the blame can't be laid at his door. Investors who sold played into his hands and sold so he could then buy back shares for half nothing to cover the ones he sold earlier. You see ,most investors aren't very good at sticking to plans. At the first hint of a dramatic share price fall,they're out the door. Even if one points out that almost every growth share will show major retracements over time,often horrific price reversals,it makes no difference. As Ben Graham put it so well,' but we know from experience that eventually the market catches up with reality'. As I mentioned earlier,investors will begin to see the light as time goes by.The uncorrelated returns,the counter cyclical and defensive characteristics of the portfolio and the emergence of litigation finance as a unique asset class will help to change opinion. And then,of course,Burford's best in class record will matter more than ever.
rar100: Remembering the share price at £9 and over a period of 2 years or so steadily getting to just over £20, the level now twixt £5 to £8 seems insignificant so I'm not really interested, the volumes are very low and I guess that gives a lot of the volatility. I don't think many in the US know of Burford or maybe it's that MW's assertions of dodgy accounting by BUR is still remembered and people don't trust it. The financial press here FT etc. still slang BUR off at every opportunity. It's just not recovered to anywhere near to what it was a couple of years ago. Shame!
rar100: Not many folk know of Burford or indeed Lit. Fin, and when a newbie discovers BUR for whatever reason, they will look at the long term chart and think it pretty odd, then further research will uncover the MW attack - questioning BUR's accounting. Not many would know of BUR's fightback, the case against the FCA etc. (and the FCA being toothless at best and probably corrupt and couldn't afford to let BUR win as it would set a precedent - and the FCA would be toast) The Peterson case - too unlikely, great if it happens but.... So there has to be a blitz of good info on BUR, good results etc. published in financial journals/press to move the share price The share price needs to move north consistently for a few months, not do what it has been doing since MW. Hopefully the start will be in 7 days time, BUR's update...who knows, maybe they will make a good job of it...
djderry: I continue to fret about the company's decimated/moribund share price.Not because of its price per se,as you know ,the share price tells one nothing about the company's actual performance.Rather,because I think it makes Burford a sitting duck for an opportunistic bid.I've said it before,I believe that , particularly,private equity will look at the mouth watering metrics,ROIC and IRR.Then,the launch on the NYSE and the regulatory scrutiny that the company passed with flying colours,as we all knew it would.I believe the company is extremely vunerable.Personally,I have no problem with a decimated share price,as long as I know I can enjoy the rewards as the company continues to execute its strategy.In simple terms,we have a $4 billion dollar portfolio on a roughly 50% discount to original investment.And the future returns on these investments will be multiples of that,even on a conservative estimate.I will start to become more comfortable with the share price at the £15 to £16 level.The company would still not be out of the woods at that stage but ,at least,might be a slightly more indigestible morsel.
maddox: NYSE doing its best to push-up BUR share price - with AIM pulling it back down, but momentum appears to be building. Once we're rid of the weak holders, we should see a decisive move up. On a p/e of 7.4 and PEG of 0.3 the valuation certainly isn't a barrier for this rapidly growing business. The legal sector is a relatively new green field prospect for investors but exhibits the attractive high growth, high profit characteristics similar to the hugely popular Tech Sector. With c. 40% of BUR's revenue derived from the US BUR looks very much at home on the NYSE.
djderry: The share price doesn't matter.Obsessing over the share price doesn't matter.Spending precious moments of one's life looking at share prices improves one's life not a jot.Unless,of course,one is about to buy or sell a stock.Speaking of which,I was happy to add,again this morning.( Holding well over 50,000 shares at this stage). I've been saying the same for years ,but here goes;Often,and in the case of Burford ,almost always,the share price has little or no relationship with the fundamentals of the business.Secondly,the price of the share varies for reasons that have nothing to do with the business.Thirdly,bleating and moaning about it makes no difference.( The corollary is also true,hyping and ' pumping' the company makes no difference.) Long term investors understand this.If you are not a long term investor,you shouldn't really be here.
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