Intu Properties Dividends - INTU

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Intu Properties Plc INTU London Ordinary Share GB0006834344 ORD 50P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price High Price Low Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
  3.81 8.22% 50.16 51.28 45.57 47.09 46.35 16:35:29
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williamcooper104: Balance sheet, debt, capex and cashflow will either save or kill Intu - share price charts won't
williamcooper104: These things are like dividend cuts - no matter how supposedly priced in to a share price when they happen they almost always cause a share price to tank
williamcooper104: Struggle to see how an equity call would be accretive to share price It would be a rescue rights issue Which means mega discounted by banks In fact if I wanted to take over Intu I would Bid discounted debt Call covenants/create equity calls Underwrite rights issue at whatever price I wanted to pay for the equity
kingston78: As I have said before from a charting perspective the share price will fill the gap 65 p-70 p. I have no doubt that it will rise to at least 100 p given sufficient time. I invested in Kier just below 60 p a share at its turning point, and was fortunate enough to sell at just under 90 p within two days (too tempting to resist at a handsome quick profit). My call was right as the share price then fell away, but has since risen steadily and strongly recently. Intu will double from here. BUY.
quids1n: Intu is worth alot more than it's current share price and should quickly climb from here.. Intu insiders have recently bought shares at around the 40p level and they know more about the company than you or I and also any deals or buy out offers on the horizon. Besides there is only one reason company insiders risk their own money and that's because they know the share price is undervalued and will be going up and they'll make a healthy profit.
gisjob2: Can't see anyone wanting to take INTU over at the moment with the high street struggling, and most of the Europe on the edge of recession. Why buy now when the share price is likely to be much lower in 6 months time or you can rake over the bones and strike a deal with the auditors when it all goes to sh@t. Takeover rumours are a bit desperate IMHO. You should never buy shares on rumours alone, the company needs to be viable. You need to make your own mind up whether you think it is. If you think it is buy ! If not avoid.
kingston78: Intu's shares are so cheap that one can easily double their money from the current level. If I had money I would bid for it (hypothetically of course because I don't have that amount of money), strip the assets over a period of time and pay off all the debts, ending up with billions of pounds in my pocket. All things go in cycle. The down cycle here is finished. The trend has reversed, now moving upwards. I believe in science. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. The fall was rapid and severe, so the bounce will be high too. Technically from a charting perspective, the gap during the recent sharp fall between 80 p and 60 p will be filled. This means that the share price will rise to this band, ie doubling from the current share price. I am not ramping. I am just stating my observation from years of experience about investor behaviour and charting techniques.
kingston78: Share price movement (upwards or downwards) usually exaggerates / overshoots from the norm as a result of good or bad news. It will eventually settle close to a moving average on the graph. I see that the share chart has bottomed out. Moreover, it has formed the bottom of a cup shape, so it will curve upwards significantly. The share price continued to fall after recent directors' buy because there were large sellers. Directors may only buy shares at certain time, but I suspect that they know something better this time, or are confident of a deal reducing company debt soon. I hope for a good news announcement. It will propel the share price to 60 p quickly. Kier's share price more than doubled within a fortnight even without news, as investors made a more rational judgement buying the shares. The same will happen here. Intu is not going bankrupt. Even if it did there is quite a lot of residual value for shareholders; certainly more than 40 p a share. you can work it out from previous company announcements on Net Asset Value per share (even after heavy discounting).
kingston78: Technical indicators have cut upwards this morning. I expect the share price to rise to at least 40 p in the short term. Foreign bidders are snapping up UK companies on the cheap taking into account of exchange rates. Intu is a sitting duck. I look forward to a bidding war for it.
yump: There's some confusion here. If the reason Brookfield walked away is because they think the department stores will not exist in 5 years time, why did they bother in the first place. They didn't need to make an offer to decide on that basis. So that's not the principle reason they walked away is it ? They walked away after looking at the books ? Given the absolute clarity lots of folk have on here about the problems of INTU being long-lived (who now appear credible now the price is in tatters) why would Brookfield have needed to look at the books at all and why put a bid in at all ? Surely the most probable answer is that they looked ahead a bit and saw lots of potential economic, structural and political problems and saw no reason for the INTU price to rise - so pull the bid and wait. Probably in the knowledge that a pulled bid would in this climate, inevitably drop the price further. I wonder whether questions will be asked in court at some point about the connections between INTU execs. and the bid ?
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