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I was really disappointed that the Board of Telford Homes (LON:TEF) (LON:TEF) have accepted a takeover approach yesterday from CBRE for a pitiful 10% premium. They are a good company with excellent long term potential, a solid dividend yield and consistent profitability. I really believe we shareholders are being short changed here and I hope shareholders reject the offer. All thoughts welcome.

By way of background I would describe myself as a long term value investor but I like dividends and if I think a company is going places (eg Fevertree) I will diverge from my normal rules. I reinvest all divis. I have three winners that I’ve held for three years or so - GVC, PPHE and FEVR. I think they will continue to do well.…



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Thanks for your replies. On a successful stock how do you maintain your trailing stop losses in practice? What tools do you use?

My advice would be to stick or indeed add. The two men who lead FT have a very strong track record. Sometimes a PE rating is constantly behind the curve. In my portfolio I allow myself 2 or 3 stocks which break all my rules and two years ago this was one of them! If you haven’t already tried it, taste their new cucumber flavoured…

Yes, I topped up too. Classic market over reaction in my view.

To answer that would be guesswork, but to only be marginally down on EBITDA and get hammered by 30% just feels like a buying opportunity. Averaging down doesn't always work, so only time will tell.

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