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Local Shop. LSE:LSR London Ordinary Share GB00B1VS7G47 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 28.20p 27.40p 29.00p 27.40p 27.20p 27.20p 179,451 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 0.0 -7.2 -8.7 - 23.27

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/1/2019
13:32
HoW good summary and good to have you on board
hindsight
15/1/2019
07:38
Hillowad - Yes, I think some of the stragglers are in the next Allsop auction.
andyr0503
15/1/2019
07:36
HoW - thnx for that - surely a fair and factual response to a rather bizarre intervention.
skyship
15/1/2019
05:00
Deepvalue There was only one person who was ever going to make any money out of LSR and that was Grahame Whateley Bailing out as retail shop investment values were heading South The big numpty here was Soukop who was sold a pup and overpaid at 36p some years back and now having to resort to very questionable tactics just to get a drink out of it. The only negatives raised against the BODS is that they didn't set too quicker on jettisoning the portfolio and very little asset management However you can't make silk out of a sow's ear and Thalassa would have been unable to have done much better with tumbleweed blowing up the High Streets As for Vetch he has had a long and successful property career at the cutting edge of retail warehousing and self -storage rollouts No doubt the BODS are bundling the last stragglers out the door as quickly as possible
hillofwad
14/1/2019
15:05
Hi hindsight - the noise overwhelms the overall signal. Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition, or … guess who is the black swan. Things weren’t great before, but Soukup appears to be bent on getting more than his fair share from LSR, and this can only come from the current investors. Thalassa shares seem to be trending down over the last few months - surprised there hasn't been a more precipitous recent drop as people realise that a load of shares are likely to be given out, with a significant dilutive effect.
centipede
14/1/2019
10:05
@centipede @topvest please keep up the good work of finding the long tails Hopefully LSE will too
hindsight
14/1/2019
09:54
I agree LSR has been a disastrous investment. Fortunately, only a small one for me. I sold before Christmas. Management performed very badly, but at least 30-35p was due to be returned. With Thalassa poor shareholders are going to be robbed of even that, which is why I am still posting!
topvest
14/1/2019
09:28
Hi deepvalue, Yes, I am indeed a numpty, and I am having difficulty walking down the road as I am continually trying to kick myself up the backside for investing here. BUT, the point is that the business was not going well, so it was being run down. The value was protected by bricks and mortar. UNTIL, we all got mugged. If you tolerate this, then your children will be next, as the song goes....
centipede
13/1/2019
18:04
So, Soukup has started his attempt to control the company, and presumably to get hold of the money. hTTp://www.localshoppingreit.co.uk/investor-relations/possible-offer-for-the-company-by-thalassa-holdings-ltd/thalassa-holdings The target date for this is the 6th February. A review by Graham Neary just about sums it all up hTTps://cube.investments/thalassa-thal-chairman-takes-on-two-sets-of-shareholders/ Soukup isn't creating value, just attempting to redistribute it to himself. The article says amongst other things that based on the evidence, 'any companies with which the Chairman is involved as a Director should be vigorously avoided by investors'. I assume that using Thalassa shares to exchange for LSR shares will be a large part of the attempt to get control. However, I am sure that Thalassa shares will fairly rapidly fall in value, either now or later, as shareholders try to get out. As pointed out on the Thalassa board 'Thalassa is lending money to a Thalassa trust to buy shares in Thalassa', and 'Thalassa pays a company in which Soukup has an interest over 400k a year on consultancy fees', concluding that it's a 'Barge pole job for me'. I would personally back the current board of LSR to take legal action, even if this takes up some significant funds. It can't be worse than what Soukup will presumably be proposing.
centipede
11/1/2019
17:43
No real difference issuing shares from Treasury, as new shares.
tiltonboy
11/1/2019
16:48
@tiltonboy No I mean offer THAL shares in treasury as part payment direct to LSR holders (together with whatever cash, new THAL shares he deigns to throw in). Not try and offload % mill onto the market and use the cash. He might be bad, but he's not that mad.
manfrommoyse
11/1/2019
13:49
Just bought some in !!!to join the fun and games so I can have a moan at Souky Looks like he is seeking to make shareholders pay for the fact Whateley had him over
hillofwad
10/1/2019
14:11
They would have to find a buyer for those shares. No chance of that happening.
tiltonboy
10/1/2019
13:56
Haven't THAL got their own shares in Treasury? They could use all those w/o actually issuing more paper. Cant recall how much, ?£5m ish, It would make a start. They bought for less than current THAL price
manfrommoyse
10/1/2019
10:50
Reminds me of Monopoly , Thal are playing an expensive game .
holts
10/1/2019
10:05
Slightly confused by the analysis. THAL are buying back their own shares obviously depleting their own cash. Suggests they're not particularly desperate to get their hands on LSR's money. If THAL make a cash/paper offer for LSR at less than NAV I don't see why the THAL share price should necessarily tank, perhaps LSR cash worth less under THAL ownership? Possibly THAL's convertible issue also goes away as in effect non-voting paper in THAL would not be attractive to LSR holders. Can see this ending with THAL as a fully listed investment vehicle with no convertible issues as DS has more operational control with a full listing than an Aim one. Sorry slightly rambling but interested in how this pans out.
cockerhoop
10/1/2019
09:22
From a poster on the Thalassa board, article is by Graham Neary, a writer on Stockipediahttps://cube.investments/thalassa-thal-chairman-takes-on-two-sets-of-shareholders/If DS does make an offer which is significantly paper then the mind boggles as to how the Thalassa share price might behave
frazboy
10/1/2019
09:21
Just saw this on the THAL thread - hxxps://cube.investments/thalassa-thal-chairman-takes-on-two-sets-of-shareholders/
andyr0503
10/1/2019
09:17
I emailed the company secretary last month.
andyr0503
10/1/2019
09:06
I spoke to them last week.
tiltonboy
10/1/2019
08:55
I suggest all us shareholders contact the board or write as I did advising what they wish, in my case that was, they have full support for the winding up of the company and that includes if necessary going to court to obtain a just and equitable compulsory liquidation The Local Shopping REIT plc 65 Grosvenor Street London W1K 3JH The company secretary has acknowledged receipt of mine
hindsight
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