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Persimmon Plc (PSN.L)

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp (0.01 GBP)
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1,277.50-26.00 (-1.99%)
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    BERNBAUM
    I am staying far away from PSN.L - It looks like it is going to drop off a cliff. I actually get way better stocks at www.expertinvestor.club
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    Theo
    Still shorting
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    Ethan
    Can't afford to buy a house, so just bought a little shares here (at 14 pounds)...let's see
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    HAUGO
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    Jonathan
    brutal moves on this. surely over done now?
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    James
    I think next major housing top could still be a few years off - if so, this looks good value now
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    Druvaciam
    Wow! 16% dividends. Is it real?
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    Ľubor
    Just do something that earn you some money while you sleep, no matter how much little. A pandemic is the perfect way to open your eyes to really see what life could be like without your usual Income stream.Setting realistic goals is an essential part of trading.
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    Bojan
    The supply and demand imbalance in the UK is so great that I reckon it should continue to drive home prices skywards over the long term. The boffins over at Savills reckon the average UK property price will still rise 15.1% in the five years to 2024. And this bodes well for Persimmon and its peers.
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    ZAMB
    Persimmon offers a high 8.5% dividend yield from a strong balance sheet. With UK interest rates forecast to stay low, and the housing shortages and supply situation, the share will rise further to around £30 around the time it goes ex-dividend.
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    Smart-Investor
    Wow !! Just noticed 53% institutional holding for Persimmon as well, very stable company. Stocked up on nearly 8K of this!! Build build build !! Buy Buy Buy !! Support this sector to build a stronger Britain.
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    Peter
    On dec 13 2019 I sold my PSN.L holding, along w other housebuilders. I like the company. I don't like the conditions. Each CO19 death releases a potential property on the market. 10,000 people are day are running out of money to pay rent or mortgage. Morgues are overflowing with cadavers. Who is going to buy a new home when we are facing the worst recession since Wall street 1929? PSN.L will probably survive 2020 by slashing costs and sitting on cash. But the risks facing PSN are high in April, and could get higher as we approach summer. Watch the pandemic, the stock market, estate agent reports, don't rush in, be patient, there could be second wave of deaths. These are tough times, renters will stop paying rent after being furloughed, thousands of properties will be vacant after their owners have died. 2,000,000 new unemployed! Watch. Wait. The economy could bounce back in September. Don't count on it. We are facing possible meltdown. Read what happened in NY during 1929. Read about Bubonic plague. And only trickle your money into the market in the autumn of 2020.
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    Cosy Loft
    Do you think buy for dividend then sell
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    Raul
    Interest rates rising like a rocket, inflation on building cost...not a good combination here.
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    Stan
    What is PSMMF vs PSMMY ?
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    DIPAK
    I think with some certainty now this will move up, good time to buy and hold for the short term
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    Peter
    PSN.L has recovered much of its losses during the last month. Will the housing market recover so quickly??