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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Countryside Partnerships Plc LSE:CSP London Ordinary Share GB00BYPHNG03 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.20 -1.15% 274.00 274.00 274.40 280.00 271.40 273.20 804,258 16:15:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 1,371.4 85.4 13.8 19.9 1,437

Countryside Partnerships Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/1/2022
12:23
Well, obviously, I'm not going to say. You are pretty stupid in expecting me to say so. If you don't believe me, I really don't care. It won't change what is a fact.
medieval blacksmith
14/1/2022
12:19
When you founded a company that listed on the London Stock Exchange then let me know.
medieval blacksmith
14/1/2022
12:01
You use the same language and style of writing, it’s quite clear. And it’s highly unlikely there’d be 2 such mentally ill on the same threads. You carry on with that rubbish in your head and you will make yourself sick if you aren’t already. Your concern about covid deaths might provide another key. If it gets rid of the sick like you not a bad thing Do you think other countries are as good at recording actuals
shstt1
14/1/2022
11:27
"Boris has been brilliant" Oh yes, brilliant. One of the highest death tolls in the world only behind much larger or developing countries DESPITE the vaccines. One of the largest debts taken on board to support the economy. Most people now don't want Boris as PM. Brilliant, sure, only in your own Union Jack liveried Y-fronts.
medieval blacksmith
14/1/2022
11:18
I actually bought CSP yesterday because it has been in and out of my portfolio over the years. I doubt Porsche would do that. I remember looking at one of their houses decades ago and was suitably impressed against the rest and over the years they seem to have managed maintaining distinction with their property/places. Lower than 300p piqued my interest and so a bought in below £3.00. Currently up 15.7% in less than 24 hours - probably a long term hold though. Still working on it. Wait to see new management perhaps.
medieval blacksmith
14/1/2022
11:15
How would Shstt1 know whether I am Porsche or not? How would he know 26 others have messaged me? Answer? He doesn't. I am not Porsche and he is the only one that messaged me in that regard. So stop being a naughty little boy just because you don't like what I write and move along.
medieval blacksmith
14/1/2022
09:51
Agreed top, his school girl political views are diabolical. Brexit bankrupted him, it is the only logical explanation. Costa del Sol scum or more likely that’s what he aspires to be. 😂
shstt1
13/1/2022
23:02
Brexiters are the ones committing treason old boy!
medieval blacksmith
13/1/2022
22:23
Must be a great buy if The Porsche prat is bashing it, he gets absolutely everything wrong. Thoroughly abhorrent execrable individual to boot. He’d have been horse whipped and strung up once for sure for treason, back in the times he rather stupidly craves - ironic wouldn’t you say, hahaa
toptrump1
13/1/2022
21:31
Better wait imo to see who comes in next Previously the CEO strategy was a flawed one IMO buybacks are a sign of being scared of the market
buywell3
13/1/2022
18:16
did well on Victorian Plumbing when the Ceo did the same after price crash. Only difference here is that the CEO has left :-)
mister md
13/1/2022
18:08
Director buys rns tomrw morning probably
mally6
13/1/2022
16:01
CEO gone if the CFO follows run for the hills.
adyfc
13/1/2022
14:17
Hey PORSCHE1945, they are talking about you on the HSBC thread :)
my retirement fund
13/1/2022
14:09
Ahh, Porsche nubje is here, must be a buy.
theprovosts
13/1/2022
14:04
Parabolic inflation and taxes about to rise seriously, productivity ( wealth creation ) at pitiful levels outside London, credit junkie population and earnings lower than they were 22 years ago in real terms, factor in a trashed currency, the brexit self harming fiasco ( whatever happened to that amazing US trade deal haha ) and the country a political basket case thanks to wheezing fat bunter and slimeball Farage, it writes itself. House builders will struggle, they are all poorly managed and this is an ex “ woodford winner “, so even worse crxp than the others. The economy won’t support a healthy housing market and prices rise strongest just before a crash. Watch this space, UK is fxxcked. Ftse only 600 points above where it was 21 years ago. Says it all. Even the French bourse has outperformed ftse by 13pc over 12 months.
porsche1945
13/1/2022
12:17
The beauty of partnerships is that the risk is low, as houses are pre-sold before they are built. However, if delays and costs rise substantially they may end up costing more to build than they have pre-sold them at. With cladding and leasehold costs to come, there should still be some adjusted earnings this year, but may be no net earnings this year. The shares are under pinned with 187p Tangible Net Asset Value.
olliemagern
13/1/2022
11:30
You think these directors have a handle on companies but in reality they have less grip than an Asian prostitute's hand job using copious amounts of vaseline.
medieval blacksmith
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