Crest Nicholson Dividends - CRST

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Crest Nicholson Holdings Plc CRST London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-0.20 -0.05% 414.80 16:35:09
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
427.80 409.80 427.80 414.80 415.00
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Crest Nicholson CRST Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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wilkie_hk: Well, the housebuilders have a trend of outperforming the markets from December to end April by 11% on average over the last 24 years or so (IC Article from 2018 I believe). Having made this play successfully in the preceding two years selling before ex div, last year I decided to hang on for the bumper divi, which was disastrous. Anyway, out again for this year at 415.5p a week or so ago, so will see what plays out. Am looking keenly at Aviva in the meantime, which disappointed me in bucking the market today.
drectly: So if profits about 75m in 2021, then very approx divi 10p FY and then 2022 at circa 150m then about 20p divi. All depending on Covid issues being mainly resolved, but looks OK to hold and just wait for things to sort out.
clarky5150: Another heathy week for CRST. Been trading in this range for a while along with TW whos interims are out next week so assume divi positive news and a breakout to the upside. Both are trading some 25% lower than piers after the divergence around May time. I expect this to close positively for CRST and TW in the near term as oppose to negatively for Persimmon et al. Cant see a takeover happening. Rumours always good for a short term price bump tho.
sikhthetech: CJohn, Well done on your profits from Crst.
cjohn: Well, I've taken profits on CRST. I've bought twice this year at close to 160 and sold first time for 60%+ gain in a few weeks and this time 90%+ gain in a few weeks. Absurdly cheap at 160 compared to asset value. Not often you get such clear-cut opportunities. I've recycled the cash into another company trading at a deep discount to asset value. Good luck to all holders. mastu pidgitaswell3 Nov '20 - 09:27 - 2681 of 2692 0 0 0 CJ - Having fun? (Not yet been 1 month...) 😁 Was it only one month? Stone the crows! You warned me right from the start! Spot on! Have a beer on me!
thewheeliedealer: Hi all, My mate Peter @Conkers3 and myself did a ‘Twin Petes Investing’ Podcast a few days ago and part of our discussion includes CRST and thoughts around the Housebuilding sector. We also chatted about loads of other Stocks and Ideas for research with a particular slant on potential Takeover Targets, and the outlook for Markets and as usual a fair bit of educational stuff with regards to Investing. Anyway, if you use Apple, Audioboom, Overcast or Spotify you can find it under the 'Conkers Corner' Channel (you want Podcast TPI 35) and you can find it on Soundcloud at the link below. I hope you enjoy it and find it useful, Cheers, WD @wheeliedealer hTTps://
cjohn: sikhthetech20 Oct '20 - 11:12 - 2666 of 2668 CJohn "In the short-term share prices are volatile and are not closely tied to underlying value whether this is book value, earnings, dividends, However, in the longer run, share prices ARE related to markers of value: profitability, book value etc." Agree. That was exactly my point in #2655: sikhthetech13 Oct '20 - 12:10 - 2655 of 2665 Book value is only revelant in normal times. We're in abnormal times as can be seen with the government trying desperately to avoid a deep recession, job losses, house price crash. Forgive, but you are making a completely different point to mine, sikhthetech, and one I don't agree with. Book value is neither more, nor less "relevant" during a crash. Book value is an indicator of value. When prices drop, book value remains the same, but P/TBV (price to tangible book value) drops. This is the moment when asset-based value investors like me pick up shares at bargain prices. I've been able to buy CRST twice this year at prices in the 160s, trading at a very deep discount to tangible asset value. It's been my experience and, more importantly, the experience of large numbers of investors over many decades that buying at a deep discount to tangible asset value is a successful strategy, as very more often than not prices revert to tangible book value and above.
master rsi: yes they are going places by now and CRST the best in % terms CRST 187.10 +13.40 +7.71% BDEV 455.50 +17.00 +3.88% TW. 103.25 +2.50 +2.33%
master rsi: 2nd day of directors buying Date of the transaction 23 -09-2020 Crest Nicholson Holdings (CRST) Director name: Ferguson,Iain ( Catherine Ferguson ) Amount purchased: 25,000 @ 169.19p Value: £42,297.43 ------ Date of the transaction 23 -09-2020 Crest Nicholson Holdings (CRST) Director name: David Marchant (Sharon Marchant ) Amount purchased: 5,892 @ £1.6865 Value: £9,937
sikhthetech: Porsche "TW IS cheap." All HBs are experiencing the same challenges. TW isn't cheap, it could be better value compared to Crst because of the debt situation but depends on how the stockmarket, economic and HB challenges play out in Q4. Other factors include Crst isn't named in the CMA Leasehold scandal investigation, whereas TW is.
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