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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Safestore Holdings Plc LSE:SAFE London Ordinary Share GB00B1N7Z094 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -18.00 -1.7% 1,042.00 1,041.00 1,043.00 1,063.00 1,035.00 1,057.00 105,170 15:50:41
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 186.8 404.6 181.2 5.8 2,198

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/2/2023
20:52
Interest rates up = more people needing storage including retailers who work on a just in time basis, have no storage, and less people buying their stuff. Need to keep it somewhere.
dave scrap gold
02/2/2023
17:20
Nada. Sorry.

Finished UP circa 7%. Big Yellow finished UP circa 6%.

Positive sector sentiment?

A lot of REITs seem to be in positive territory today (RGL, SHED and WHR to name but three). I suspect that Bailey saying that he was cautiously optimistic that the worst of the economic crisis is over helped.

thetrotsky
02/2/2023
14:55
SP currently showing +6%! Came here to see what the chat was regarding our rise.....nothing! Anyone have any knowledge or even theories?
wsm812
30/1/2023
15:54
Nice looking chart today, have we been tipped somewhere?
wsm812
27/1/2023
12:23
The Times has been trashing Safestore (unlike Big Yellow) for years and yet the self-storage market continues to grow, Safestore continues to increase it's EPRA earnings per share and (unlike it's other UK peers) it has a profitable and growing footprint in Europe.

The Times fundamentally doesn't understand the self-storage market dynamics and why, until the chronic property shortage is solved (never), people will continue to use so-called temporary storage on a semi-permanent basis. Where else are people supposed to store their worldly belongings whilst they are shunted from one temporary rental property to another (which are often too small for all their belongings anyway)?

The Times doesn't understand that storage fees, more often than not, aren't just a non-essential spend like (say) Netflix; people continue to pay or risk losing all the belongings that they hold dear (sure there will always be some bad debts but they don't necessarily balloon during economic downturns as might otherwise be expected and often demand actually increases).

Sure, people could do more de-cluttering but they often put it off and, even so, it might not be sufficient to significantly "downsize" their storage requirements. Also, although demand may wax and wane during economic downturns, self-storage units still offer small start-up businesses a cheap(er) way to get a market foothold. Finally, the Times overlooks the fact that the UK/European self-storage market is still very fragmented and that saturation levels are still significantly below countries like the USA.

That said, I think the recent (slight) softening in closing occupancy levels in the last quarter of 2022 (which seems to be a common factor for both Safetstore and Big Yellow) is (perhaps) an indication that those who have alternative storage available have taken the opportunity to move out and reduce outgoings but I don't expect a big exodus (you tend to use self-storage in the first place because you have no other real options available to you).

Safestore is part of my "Forever Fund" and I fully expect the share price to recover to 1400p and above in the coming years. I don't believe self-storage is a passing fad and there may well be opportunities in the short-term for the likes of Safestore to take advantage of their existing economies of scale to acquire some smaller operators "on the cheap".

thetrotsky
18/1/2023
06:38
Just to make you aware this has been deramped as an avoid by the times today so might fall. In case you see a fall and wonder why....
babbler
17/1/2023
08:41
Now hitting 1000p, 25% up from the October lows of 800p, but still way short of the all time highs around 1400p in Jan 2022.
mortimer7
24/11/2022
07:25
Still keeps growing and sounds like some excellent sites have been acquired to continue the trajectory. Watching the observable decline in occupancy rate as they continue to raise prices.
18bt
02/10/2022
09:20
Yes very surprised its not been marked down to a sensible discount. Seems to have held up exceptionally well as has its mate, Lok n store.
my retirement fund
28/9/2022
07:57
I was a substantial investor in this many years ago.

Even after the falls its overvalued. Its worth its assets but that's about it.

hybrasil
08/9/2022
14:05
Safestore Holdings plc issued a Q3 Trading Update this morning confirming that strong trading continued through Q3 2022 i.e. the period 1st May to 31st July 2022. Revenues were up another 15.1% yoy, ytd revenue is up 15.6% versus the same period in 2021. Closing occupancy was up 8%, maximum lettable area was up 9.9% and the average storage rate was up 8.9% to £28.59. So more space and higher rates. The Group is still expanding solidly and acquired two new freehold development sites in South West Madrid and Almere (Netherlands), adding 91,000 sq ft of MLA to the pipeline. Share price remains in a correction through 2022 so far, valuation is also still average. The company is solid growth and decent quality, but there is no rush to buy. SAFE is a share to monitor for now....

...from WealthOracle

hxxps://wealthoracle.co.uk/detailed-result-full/SAFE/546

kalai1
08/9/2022
06:27
Same old .... growth. Can't understand the lack of interest from PIs in this share.
18bt
21/6/2022
06:23
Another set of very strong results, with the prosepect of more to come. Upgrading market consensus to 47p of earnings - and that looks like it has room for improvement later in the year. Dividend increase particularly pleasing.
18bt
13/4/2022
12:01
Thanks. This is a cornerstone share for me...
johnwig
13/4/2022
08:59
HSBC cut its recommendation to Hold . Still a Buy in my opinion great value .
es222mo
12/4/2022
21:54
I'm in the USA. Is there something happening here that I don't know about, apart from the obvious ridiculousnesses, tragic and otherwise?
johnwig
17/2/2022
08:46
Current year started the same way as 2021 ended - v well!
18bt
16/2/2022
15:53
Trading update tomorrow

GLA
😎

hawaly
23/1/2022
15:08
brianarthur1939 - Good update in I.C. this week, recommended to take profits. So, we wait.
llados
21/1/2022
15:15
Anybody got any idea who is selling? It looks like profit-taking to me. I'm obviously hanging on because of Safestore's very exciting fundamentals. I would like to double my holding if I can find the current bottom!
brianarthur1939
30/12/2021
16:21
Yes, I agree. I bought it as a safe plodding dividend payer, and it's done rather well
martinc
30/12/2021
13:21
It keeps on giving . my best performer over 8 years in my SIPP - it has compounded at over 28% with dividends reinvested. My only mistake has been 3 top-slicing sales over the period, which I now greatly regret!
18bt
30/12/2021
12:10
I've become very fond of this share, LOL. I particularly like the graph at the top of the thread......
johnwig
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