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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Tr Property Investment Trust Plc TRY London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-7.00 -1.44% 479.00 16:35:21
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
490.50 476.50 490.50 479.00 486.00
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tudes100: Thank @tamzinpiworld PI World is a fantastic resource for investors, high quality presentations well worth a look at the website
njb67: Tend to agree. Markets often overreact, in this case nervous investors running to the hills which exaggerates falls. Happy to continue to reinvest dividends in additional stock and take a long term view.
brexitplus: A good reason to be in TRY and investment trusts in general “Two British property funds have launched a wave of sell-offs, amid a stampede for the exits by investors which forced rival M&G to slam its doors shut. Fund managers at Columbia Threadneedle and Kames Capital have ditched more than £156m of property from their funds in the past two months in a scramble to ensure savers can get their money back. The sales should help both stay open and refund customers who want to leave. Meanwhile yesterday investors took £31m out of a major fund run by Standard Life Aberdeen, according to reports, add more fuel to concerns of a broader crisis in the sector.”
tiger20: Investors Chronicle last friday tipped TRY & SLI property Investments bought into both commercial property prices in general should strengthen sentiment is depressed outside London prices remain 40% below their 2007 peak
lucky_punter: After yesterday's business and product update from TyraTech (LON:TYR), Proactive Investors caught up with Alan Reade who gave us the chairman's eye view of the business, its products and its potential. Proactive Investors: Alan, for those who aren't familiar with TyraTech tell us about the company and its technology
bobdouthwaite: Brad, is this what you mean? RNS Number:1253Y TR Property Investment Trust PLC 29 April 2004 TR PROPERTY SERVES NOTICE ON MANAGEMENT CONTRACT The Board of TR Property Investment Trust plc announces that it has given notice to terminate its investment management contract with Henderson Global Investors. This follows the resignation from Henderson of Chris Turner and Marcus Phayre-Mudge, the Trust's fund manager and deputy fund manager. Alastair Ross Goobey, Chairman of TR Property commented: 'The Board of TR Property will now undertake a selection process for a new management contract. Henderson will be among those invited to submit a proposal. The Board intends to take soundings from its major shareholders. Henderson has put an experienced team in place to manage the Trust during the review period.' 'This is clearly not a consequence of performance, since TR Property has been among the very best performing investment trusts over the past ten years. The notice has been triggered by the resignation of the two senior members of the Henderson team. We have agreed with Henderson that notice should be served to expire on 30th September without compensation.'
skyship: The Property market in general is totally misunderstood by Fund Managers who follow rather than anticipate every trend; just look at the 5-yr chart of SLOU and you'll see the bigger picture: 7 major trends in just 5 years; and in that time the share price is back to where it started, but the diluted NAV is up 50% from 340p to 512p. These trends provide superb trading opportunities. Right now we have had a major shake-out as Fund Managers concentrated on falling rental values, even though the weakness has really only been seen in The City and the TMT sector in the South-East. Capital values have actually stood still or risen as the attractions of pure property investment have become apparent to investors craving secure income. Now look at the chart of the Real Estate Index (UB86) and you'll see a pretty convincing base platform for yet another sector bull run. As with other bull runs, this will be instigated or fanned by a series of broker recommendations stating that the sector fall has been overdone. TRY is a totally secure route for buying into the next upturn; with the added advantages that: 1. The Company is buying-in its own stock 2. At 57.75p the shares stand at a 19.5% discount to the 71.8p NAV 3. This 19.5% figure is a recent high and is likely to reduce back to the 16-17% range which is the Norm for this stock (worth nearly 4% on the share price) 4. At 57.75p they are sitting on the bottom and haven't yet reflected the past week's market rise and sector rise All in all, a good buy for anyone cherry-picking safe ways back into the market.
honiton: Held them for 6 years now. The're super aren't they. I didn't suffer any dotcomn fallout and I now enjoy steady growth and a good yield (7% on initial investment). On top of that, I can't see this sector really failing. As investors chase yield they will push the price of commercial property (and commercial property shares) up. A solid hold and a very good long term investment. Stick it in your bottom draw and get a good night's sleep.
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