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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Intu Properties Plc LSE:INTU London Ordinary Share GB0006834344 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.752 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 542.3 -2,016.0 -145.1 - 24

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03/10/2019
12:24
Yea you tried that one before on metro...and everyone saw your edit of the thread Rumbled as usual ..
sentimentrules
03/10/2019
12:21
awwwww blessssssssssssssssssssssssssssss SentimentRules 30 Sep '19 - 11:10 - 2374 of 2375 0 0 0 This is ridiculous. I bought lots and my holdings balance keeps falling
1oughton
03/10/2019
12:19
Deary me...1oughton stalking again? Probably about my 130..whom even his buddy stdy knows
sentimentrules
03/10/2019
12:12
Knowing as you know I'm short 130. ..to save on too much commentary il just say this It won't be threatened...and sub 100 comes
sentimentrules
03/10/2019
12:11
Popping is the word. The crescendo. ...
sentimentrules
03/10/2019
12:09
KIE POPPING
knowing
03/10/2019
12:08
m w 30 Sep '19 - 13:47 - 9686 of 9687 0 1 0 Why is SR still on this board, did he not say he would leave if the share price was £4 or above by last Friday Zero credibility left
1oughton
03/10/2019
11:58
Yes good ones worth the buy. But we have had no official downturns yet.. mass global debt since 2008 has not biten really to date. Diwn 29-25%, Also, what percentage of stock increases is actually down to qe and rates , rather than market confidence per se? Could be a fair bit and reflected in a true downturn. But like you be it stocks or etfs etc...when it all blows up, reits top of the list for value in the quagmire
sentimentrules
03/10/2019
11:52
Agree. Avoid Intu, NRR. NRR in particular I'm amazed at how people fall for the high yield out of town retail story. They make big play on avoiding CVA cos. Yet their exposure has been higher then Intu, Hammerson etc. Your point re values falling 60%. They are off 20-25% already. I think in Government debt crisis scenario that people will want prime and Hammerson and others have that so don't think underlying assets fall 80% from peak.
propinv
03/10/2019
11:34
And when a global crunch writes off 40-60% on asset value? How will debt look then? Also a good moment to up interet rates too when you think about it. The low rate, QE saga will not have a purpose to serve at that time.
sentimentrules
03/10/2019
11:17
SR. You of all people should know that all people want in a zero / negative interest rate scenario is assets. We already have loss of faith in politicians globally, when that spreads to government debt then the scramble for assets is going to be like a tsunami we have never seen before. That will sweep up yielding assets too. Only issue is debt is going to be expensive in that environment too, so you want lower LTV REITs with good long term debt.
propinv
03/10/2019
11:02
Kie ain't gonna pop. It's going to implode...buyer net
sentimentrules
03/10/2019
11:01
Short interest reduction...one method. . Reduce to bring in confidence. ..lift price x percent. .buy funds won't have interest. All ours. Retail lift the price? We get a higher short value...start loading the gun again 2. No need to stay fully exposed..sentiment killing it on its own. ..reduce back to the 'intended capital ride' input ..... That's stating it in too basic a fashion but 2 of around 50 approaches
sentimentrules
03/10/2019
10:59
You sure? KIE about to POP
knowing
03/10/2019
10:57
Every circumstance unique...about 50 strategies and combos for shorters. This isn't a close out aid
sentimentrules
03/10/2019
10:56
It's OK just Brokers helping to get their shorts closed eh SR 😜
knowing
03/10/2019
10:52
William. Mid teen IRR for effectively equity in the 80-130% LTV range. Must be off your rocker to think thats is attractive.
propinv
03/10/2019
10:50
Ok. Going to join in the conversation here. Nothing to do on Metro for now. I like retail in UK. See my posts on Hammerson, bought at 207p. Is Intu a target, yes? Do they have other solutions to trade way out? No. Banks are shrinking exposure to RE lending. Retail more than most. Yes, yields are going down, but management can not on their own solve this themselves, it is reliant upon 3rd party solutions and big lumpy 3rd party solutions. When you invest you have to back a plan. This one has a plan that is 100% dependant on what others do.
propinv
03/10/2019
10:31
Hmmm, sounds like someone is not bowled over by the predictive power of tea leaves/coffee grind.
outlawinvestor
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