Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Taylor Wimpey LSE:TW. London Ordinary Share GB0008782301 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.70p -2.49% 183.80p 183.80p 184.00p 186.90p 183.70p 186.30p 14,608,714 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 3,676.2 732.9 18.1 10.2 6,013.91

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/9/2017
21:21
closed right on the 200 day average with an RSI just starting to flag oversold - that good enough for me
raffles the gentleman thug
21/9/2017
18:55
200p before Xmas no worries!
clarky5150
21/9/2017
17:34
Easy call this one. Carney will reverse August 2016 rate cut before which (pre referendum) TW was happily trading over 200p a share and it won't have a blind bit of difference on affordability of TW homes - I think many are forgetting the degree to which mortgage holders are stress tested at materially higher interest rates and even down to the number of Costa coffees consumed per week.
raffles the gentleman thug
21/9/2017
16:55
topped up last thing today. will top up again should we hit 175.
clarky5150
21/9/2017
16:27
I picked up a few more after taking profit elsewhere.
gbh2
21/9/2017
15:23
This dip isn't good....
philoosh
19/9/2017
09:42
Hope you are right! Had a small top up this morning and expect some buying in later for the free money!
joemillion
19/9/2017
08:15
Fancy there will be some buying into the ex divi date and hoping we have visited the bottom.
clarky5150
15/9/2017
19:45
What a bunch of ..... you lot are!!!
baracuda2
15/9/2017
16:10
By multitasking & sleeping for 3 hours a day
jugears
15/9/2017
11:13
Jugears How do you find the time to keep posting on here as you are working 18 hours a day 7 days a week ?
tyranosaurus
15/9/2017
08:15
Jugears agreed unfortunately the country is run by muppets!
armourer
14/9/2017
22:57
I meant to say I agree the bond market could collapse,but a lot could happen before then but this is old news & was predicted last year because the assumption is that we will follow the 1720's/1820's/1920's but nothing is for certain, but if predictions are right the majority of my assets are in cash so high interest rates will be good for me, I will probably buy all the cheap property/luxury cars & diamonds & think my self very lucky that everything I own is bought & paid for & that I don't owe a penny to anyone because that's the biggest problem everything these days is on cheap credit, oh & I might buy some more cheap shares.Of course had interest rates not been so drastically reduced we would not be in a predicted situation like this, Sadly governments never learn
jugears
14/9/2017
21:17
Jugears, if you agree the bond market will crash then you must also understand that it isn't up to the BOE MPC to guide rates, they will spike up by driven by market forces.
armourer
14/9/2017
20:57
tech depressing paying it out that I do agree with.
jugears
14/9/2017
20:55
armourer I agree with the bond market but definitely disagree with rates increasing by 2.5% at a time I think it very very unlikely they will reach 2.5% in the next 5-10 years, I would like nothing better than a substantial rate increase as I have plenty of cash not earning anything but don't want to put it all into shares as I like the security of cash should I ever need it.
jugears
14/9/2017
20:55
Sir Rational, was another name. I like'd him. I've seen someone posting recently, same style, on bank shares. Good that you are busy jugears. I also agree that it won't change for a while. Demand is there for sure for homes. Right-oh, time to finish off this VAT paperwork. Depressing so it is.
technicalinveztor
14/9/2017
20:49
Ah the good old days! I wonder how many of them still hold Tw , Not many I would think, One thing is for sure I am still working 18 hours a day 7 days a week supplying Joinery to the house builders & although it did go quieter for a few months things are now back to full speed ahead & struggling to cope with demand again & I can't see it changing for a good while yet.
jugears
14/9/2017
20:49
I like this company & believe it will bounce back in the short-term, however I have to agree with Pet, there will be a government bond default by 2020 & then the bond market will set interest rates not the suits & they will be multiples of 2.5% unfortunately.
armourer
14/9/2017
20:39
Just turned back time and read some posts from way back in 2010..... Remember some of these names..... smurfy200113 Aug '10 - 17:18 - 3507 of 19248 0 0 ramsey = 250k = ludders (on LLOY) = right honourable lord lucan = old mucker = bottyboy = rentboy, etc... imastu pidgitaswell. spennysimmo Wenlynn
technicalinveztor
14/9/2017
20:19
I have been involved with Tw & previously George Wimpey as a supplier for longer than I can remmeber, They are an exceptionally well manged company & have come a long way & even when they were 1 billion in debt I new they would eventually turn things around my heart told me to invest at 4p unfortunately my head told me not to, but still have done exceptionally well, many years ago there was plenty of good investment opportunities & bought shares in next for .56p/ Burtons /Asda/safeway/& chloride all for similar prices & did very well as all but Next were taken over. Unfortunately I sold next for £7.50 thinking I had done well & the watched them go up & up but never bought back in & have never sold any shares in any company since all have dropped at some point but all have recovered much higher, I see this being double in 10 years but maybe a rocky road to then with many ups & downs, maybe a housing recession along the way but what ever happens I think TW will be around for a long time. What I don't understand is if you have Tw. shares why are you telling us all they are going to crash to double figures I do not filter people everyone is allowed to voice there opinion & I do like a bit of banter .
jugears
14/9/2017
20:08
taffey ? Now there's a name from the past. I remember him too, if the same person. An alleged farmer from Wales. Moaned constantly about the end of the world. Was on iii all the time, im sure.
technicalinveztor
14/9/2017
19:11
jugears, you are well safe, no way of these going back to 37p. You bought lower than I did, I have 60k shares average of 54p from Q4 2009. I was posting here a long time ago with jibba jabba and fingers in a previous log in ID before I cancelled my subscription in 2012. To be honest, I blocked the direct debit so advfn took the huff and blocked my log in details. TW is very safe. My commentary is based on swing trading. LTH's have zilch to worry about. However, yes some investors holding may go short term negative, depending on purchase price, but so does many holders in an array of stocks. Just have to sit it out if that's the case. We have all been there. There is still some down side on TW, but it's all about the swings. That's what many love, the whole volatility thing. Seriously though, you are in a very good place. The market will always be the market, slowly up, greasy pole down. TW has come along way since the dark days. Those are in the past but volatility will always remain.
technicalinveztor
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