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|Dog of dogs this one.
|Storage as a business is a steady one.
And this one the best in UK
Has underperformed UKX by 25% this year.
Results were just fine.
I have been here a long time and happy to continue to be here for the progressive divi and the asset back balance sheet.|
|Not too shabby at all. The whole sector seems to keep on steadily growing. I see that they have taken over Lock and Leave (4 sites) so that is one fewer competing brand.
I speculated elsewhere (TMF) that the UK is way behind the US in take-up of self storage. With a mature market over there and a devalued pound over here, it's not inconceivable that they could take an interest in UK storage. Bets hedged with holdings in BYG and LOK (SAFE a bit pricey for me at the moment).|
|Very steady results - which fly in the face of recent poor share price performance.|
|Both Lok'n'Store and Safestore have recently reported excellent results. Here's hoping for more of the same...|
|Their price seems so closely linked to builders plus an assumed lack of movement in the second hand housing marketYield here is tasty|
|I have bought today. According to this announcement:
results are tomorrow, 22nd November.
Asagi (long BYG)|
|BYG is the dominant player in storage in UK. Current share price looks like buy window here.
Nothing is certain - but a stalwart in hesitant markets.|
|Interim management statement tomorrow for Q1 to June.
Hopefully it will be good news & relatively unaffected by the referendum, after all they state themselves that their market is resilient through downturns & sector growth is positive, with increasing domestic demand.|
|Storage Brexit neutral surely. Nice price for the mo.|
|Maybe £9 after analyst meetings|
|Rock solid results.
With the squeeze on Housing in general + the trend of building ever smaller homes the need for storage is only going to go one way.
This company does a great job of meeting that need.
Great balance sheet|
|Got my interim in 2 parts 17/1/16 and tax credit in ISA on 17/3/16 through TDW. Next results due 24/5.|
|What has happened to the Interim Divi?
I saw in the RNS 17.11.15 6 months ending 30 Sept.2016.
It stated Interim divi up 16% to 12.1p/share.
Am I missing something.
|Finally clambered above £8 with some results coming up|
|Ah ticking up nicely now like it|
|Good results and down will never understand stock market !!!|
|This is both boring (storage) and yet a growth stock.
A rare combination.
Long may it continue|
|Being a big yellow blot on the landscape is part of the branding...
And a very succesful part of it too.|
|We have one of BYG's new outlets being built near us, on the way into Aldershot. Not at all relevant to the share price, but why is it a horrendous bright orange rather than yellow? Its generally quite difficult to work out how to make Aldershot look more horrific but this certainly achieves that.|
|I hold this as storage don't go out of fashion.
Great brand and very conservative management|
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