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WJG Watkin Jones Plc

0.60 (1.28%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Watkin Jones Plc WJG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.60 1.28% 47.50 16:35:02
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
48.00 46.60 48.05 47.50 46.90
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Watkin Jones WJG Dividends History

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Posted at 21/11/2023 10:01 by christw1234
The time to buy these shares is in January when the next results are published.
If the WJG can get their act together with the demand for the Co-living market there will be a good upward movement in the momentum of their shares
Posted at 15/11/2023 19:32 by blackhorse23
Good news for WJG
Posted at 02/11/2023 12:26 by hybrasil
I agree. Look at all the reits today.
The problem for Wjg is that it’s very difficult for them to make money with rates this high.

And if you look at what they say they are talking about interest rates at these levels for 6 more months
Posted at 25/10/2023 23:42 by blackhorse23
WJG prices fell below rescission levels but we are not in Recession . WJG free cash , rental income & assets value minus liability, way way higher than current share price Rentals market Stronger than ever . I have number of properties, more tenants demand than ever and also tenants want to pay more deposit than before . Some here out of touch
Posted at 09/10/2023 07:24 by hybrasil
High dividend yields

In my opinion based on the lack of asset sales they should pull the dividend
Good business model
Yes in a low interest rate era. No at a time like this

Market cap
I have dealt with this on many occasions the share is currently trading at or close to asset value whereas excellent property companies are trading at about 30% discount
Excellent rental income
That statement is I think pure manure.

Likely capital gains

They have already told us of the projected impairments. There are probably more to come
Posted at 08/10/2023 23:50 by blackhorse23
High dividend yields, good business models, 5 times higher asset values than mcap , low mcap , excellent rental income plus excellent capital gains real assets
Posted at 28/9/2023 08:18 by hybrasil
Look at Boot (Henry) s figures

Great financial position gearing of 17.5% increase in dividend and yet trading at one third discount to NAv.

This share (Wjg) has to reflect what the company does and be marked to market accordingly.
Posted at 25/9/2023 11:22 by cordwainer
I cashed out at a substantial loss at just over 43p on 19 July. The forecasts are not looking compelling with a £35m loss expected this year and earnings out to 2025 not beating previous years, apparently with substantially lower margins. Only analyst forecasts so who knows. On that basis it does not look sensible to expect a dividend for this year, and I would not want final dividend for 2023 if I were still a shareholder. Preserving balance sheet will help them out the other side in the longer run. I find it hard to imagine the share price being pushed down below 33p and I think business and economic outlook would have to worsen quite a bit to see hybrasil's 25p.
At 10x 2024 estimated eps and about 7x 2025 est eps it doesn't seem particularly overpriced at 39-40p.

Some might think that with wage growth now outpacing mortgage rates and house prices that BTR is looking wobbly but just as 3-4 years ago there are a few areas of the country where it's the only option for many with precious little supply. One anecdotal source of mine in the East Midlands says some rentals are being snapped up with 24 hours of hitting the market. PBSA at worst could end up doing refurbishments and rebuilds. The 'FPG' business gives a relatively steady contribution.
Value trap? Not quite
Short term gains? Doubtful
Dividends? Lower and probably 2024 onwards
What does Mr.T think? 'Pain..political Fools then more Pain..' (hmmm never mind he always says that)
Posted at 20/9/2023 10:41 by blackhorse23
One of best high dividend yields stocks in LSE
Posted at 15/8/2023 10:16 by hybrasil
Swiss Paul

You are totally missing the Wjg model.

They are spec builders not owners of student housing.

When you can easily earn 8% on your money no one repeat no one will buy Wjg product at a price that is profitable for Wjg.

Unless things change radically and they are now unlikely to in the medium term this is doomed

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