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A Nightingale Could Soon Sing in Berkeley Squares If the Share Price Catches Up

Hello, Share Swiggers. As mentioned before, I’m a current fan of housebuilders and of Berkeley Group (BKG) in particular. Because though house prices continue to surge in most parts of the country, shares in builders haven’t fared as well as the average FTSE 250 company over the last year. In fact, they have underperformed the market by 10%.


When the Bank of England Is Bullish There's Probably No Need to Worry About Our Shares.

At first blush, we have a lot to worry about when it comes to our shares. Covid cases rising in many areas, a Brexit deal not arrived at, rising unemployment and bank and oil shares still wallowing in the depths. But this old punter has seen it all before. And he knows that the sun will come shining through. Yes, you probably think the arch bull is being overbullish again. But the fact is that I have never sold fewer shares and that state of affairs will continue.


With Bigger Ticket Homes in Demand, Berkeley the Builder should Fix It for Shareholders

Hello, Share Seekers. My favourite housebuilder, Berkeley Group (BKG) isn’t doing too badly given the disrupted year all builders have experienced thanks to the virus. It’s announced that first-half revenue was only down by 3.8%, to £895.9 million. It could have been much worse, but the virus has, rather perversely, caused house prices to rise which offset most of the damage.

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