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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Supermarket Income Reit Plc LSE:SUPR London Ordinary Share GB00BF345X11 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 111.50 111.00 112.00 111.75 111.50 111.75 1,252,424 11:12:42
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 0.0 32.8 9.8 11.4 904

Supermarket Income Reit Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/4/2021
12:07
Note that Steve Windsor bought shares for the whole family yesterday (or the day before). Filling up their ISAs (he, his wife and 4 x children, it would appear). His family is now up to almost 1.5mn of them, so nothing amiss there. Not that he's all in on this as his previous GS earnings as an MD would be more than adequate to survive with even if SUPR were to go sour. This is still cheap. In yesterday's money, it's trading at 113p and there is much on the bid at 111.5p to support this. The 106p purchasers have had fair chances to sell, so they are not a factor from here. Once the rapid expansion phase is over, this has chances to move to a higher range yet.
chucko1
15/4/2021
10:59
From yesterday. Sharecast News) - The Financial Mail on Sunday's Midas column tipped stock in Supermarket Income REIT, telling readers the company, which owns a portfolio of large supermarkets across the country is set to benefit from Britons' changed attitudes even once the pandemic was in the rear-view mirror. Even once the pandemic passes, many Britons are hoping to continue working from home, which could boost online sales, the tipster explained. Furthermore, a key lesson from the pandemic was that grocers' large legacy stores were not a liability, rather the opposite as it turns out. "Smaller warehouses attached to existing stores are often more cost-effective, allowing supermarkets to serve old-school and online customers from one site," Midas said. "As this realisation sets in, the big beasts of food retail are looking at their estates with new eyes, seeing big stores as key to their future rather than dinosaurs past their sell-by date." Other attractions of Supermarket Income REIT included its tenant list, composed mainly of 'blue chips' such as Sainsbury, Tesco and Morrisons. Furthermore, its founders, former Goldman Sachs bankers Ben Green and Steve Windsor, were focused on further expansion, and the company could also count on the wisdom and industry contacts of former Sainsbury boss Justin King, who is now one of its senior advisers.
ramellous
15/4/2021
10:10
XD today I think, hence the small drop - a 1.465 pence dividend to be paid on 21st May.
jong
14/4/2021
08:30
Yeah normally a drop equivilant to the divi - you can check the chart to see what happened on previous xdiv dates Spread is currently 12.47 / 12.5 so looks like another tick up coming today
return_of_the_apeman
12/4/2021
16:10
Should we expect a small drop when this goes ex-div. obviously lots of ISA money going in.
brexitplus
09/4/2021
09:12
I’m just freeing up some cash to do the same.
brexitplus
08/4/2021
20:46
The Greens seem keen to get their ISAs filled for this year as soon as possible
return_of_the_apeman
08/4/2021
15:02
Scrip alternative has choice timing flexibility. Good for me but irrelevant for pure income seekers.
bscuit
08/4/2021
08:55
My wife bought £20k at 106.6p for her ISA a few days ago and is very happy! I wonder what she will do with the dividend.
brexitplus
08/4/2021
08:34
The Board of Directors of Supermarket Income REIT PLC (LSE: SUPR), the real estate investment trust providing secure, inflation-protected, long income from grocery property in the UK, has today declared an interim dividend in respect of the period from 1 January 2021 to 31 March 2021 of 1.465 pence per ordinary share, payable on or around 21 May 2021 (the "Interim Dividend") . The ex-dividend date will be 15 April 2021 with a record date of 16 April 2021. This dividend will be paid as a Property Income Distribution ("PID") in respect of the Company's tax-exempt property rental business.
cwa1
08/4/2021
08:32
Onwards and upwards.
brexitplus
26/3/2021
17:26
As soon as the new ISA becomes available, I will be adding.It's a no brainer. Steady price, high yield. Portfolio of low risk supermarkets.
paulisi
24/3/2021
10:34
I'm buying too, as is my wife for her ISA.
brexitplus
24/3/2021
10:09
Nothing stunning in the Edison report. NAV grows to 110p by 2023 all else being equal. But that ignores the yield compression very likely to come into play when funds are no longer keen sellers of what SUPR are buying. That could be worth in the order of 20ppps with an eventual 150bps tightening. So I keep buying this and is now my largest listed holding. And I am not finished yet.
chucko1
24/3/2021
08:33
Some(paid for) research from Edison(may need to register, etc, but free):- https://www.edisongroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Supermarket-Income-REIT-Successful-equity-issue-and-strong-pipeline.pdf
cwa1
23/3/2021
21:01
Very smooth settlement from Primary Bid into my account with EQI today.
ec2
23/3/2021
12:39
All of the Directors of the Company have participated in the issue Looks like 3 used it for their isas and Nick took approx £75k
return_of_the_apeman
22/3/2021
15:40
well someone suggested asking AJBell if they would act to buy through primary bid - their response arrived about 18 days after I messaged them........and after the close - no help at all! Thank you for your message. Primary Bid offers will need to taken up via the Primary Bid app. If you have any further queries, please feel free to contact us. Yours sincerely
janeann
19/3/2021
14:39
I didn't bother applying. The margin was small and the PB shares would be put into a non-ISA account. When the April divi arrives I'd have been charged a 20% tax on it. No way of transferring as I'd not enough ISA cash. Dates would be important. Have doubts whether the low margins on these fundraisings are worth the hassle.
jonwig
19/3/2021
13:32
I am with you on that chucko1 - further raises seem inevitable, however one day they will stop and in the interim we will get a good inflation balanced return from the dividends, hopefully some amount of capital growth and then hopefully it will re-rate nicely imo Hard assets are great in an inflationary environment + we have inflation linked rental payments Lots to like here but a slow burner for sure until they run out of suitable acquisitions Any other suitable inflation proof income suggestions welcome
return_of_the_apeman
19/3/2021
11:53
There is always a PR desire to show that the issue was fully subscribed and avoid having to disclose it was not fully subscribed.
bscuit
19/3/2021
11:47
The trouble with that would be the risk of too many coming back onto the market too soon. But I would not rule out a further raise at around 108p in a few months. They MUST buy what is suitable and increasingly being lobbed out by other property funds. From the recent presentation, there is a defined subset they are interested in and I am sure they would wish to always be in pole position as buyer.
chucko1
19/3/2021
11:33
Interesting, thanks. Surprised they didn't up it above £150m too, if there was that much inst. interest.
spectoacc
19/3/2021
10:41
The PB allocation was less than 40% taken up. I got both applications in full and I suspect there was no scaling back.
bscuit
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