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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tr Property Investment Trust Plc LSE:TRY London Ordinary Share GB0009064097 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.50 0.74% 476.00 476.00 477.00 477.50 474.00 475.00 307,780 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 36.6 39.7 12.3 38.9 1,511

Tr Property Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/3/2009
07:35
.....or just sell the nil paid at current premium. Most likely wrong to sell as the sector is oversold & overdue a strong Springtime rally..
skyship
06/3/2009
09:07
Pug - discount on TRY around 14% at the moment, and could widen simply because commercial property is being sold off. As for taking up rights, they will have borrowing facilities available , as gearing has been reduced. If they don't want to do that, there are other options, such as sell enough ord shs to take up full rights on the remainder. Alternatively, sell something else.
jonwig
06/3/2009
08:56
Property companies are having massive rights issues at substantial discounts (if they can get them away) Where willl this leave TRY - very limited free cash to take up the rights - Investments could be havily diluted. I suspect if this scenario develops then discount could and should widen and share price fall. thoughts ?
pugugly
21/12/2008
21:07
I see from the october factsheets that they will be redeeming the expensive debenture stock and have arranged a £50m borrowing facility.
not manu
04/12/2008
11:54
I'd be a bit cautious about buying TRYS for the dividend, as it's fairly likely there will be widespread dividend cuts amongst the underlying investee companies, thanks to defaults, voids, higher finance costs, etc. However, the discount does seem very attractive (NAV 59.7p latest) and any dividend reduction could be reversed in due course.
jonwig
03/12/2008
12:49
> ISA23 Oops, my bad. Must remember to read the very latest info i.e. 30 sept interims.
not manu
03/12/2008
10:24
I see that current year revenue is already 2.4p (from yesterday's NAV) so we may well be pleasantly surprised by the final divi
isa23
03/12/2008
10:19
revenue forcast for this year is 2.4p (it's already 2.3p when you look at NAV including income). They have stated that they plan to distribute all or almost all of the revenue in divi, so even if they pay 2.2p that would be a yield of 6.3 at current price of 35p
isa23
02/12/2008
23:32
>ISA23 TRYS projected divi yield is less than TRY. There was a special divi last year which I don't believe is going to be repeated. As ever DYOR, NAI etc.
not manu
26/11/2008
09:39
Yes, I think this is the least risky way to prepare for an eventual recovery in the commercial market - and exposure isn't just to the UK, of course. Avoiding gearing and exposure to highly-geared shares is right for now, but both stances will need to be reversed or we'll have underperformance on recovery. At the moment, I hold TRY, but when I add, it may be with TRYS, as some of the smaller companies may be more nimble in exploiting opportunities, and the discount is very appealing.
jonwig
26/11/2008
08:58
I have picked up some more TRYS after reading the results. I think it doesn't deserve a 35% discount given the way it is managed. Divi is even more than TRY, about 6.2% at current price!
isa23
20/11/2008
21:53
TRYS got smashed up today.
not manu
20/11/2008
16:23
British Land effect more bad news stll in the price??
chairman2
19/11/2008
16:25
Discount widened to 23%! Looking rather cheap - s/b another share buyback if they can get the stock...
skyship
17/11/2008
16:33
> jonwig ;-)
not manu
17/11/2008
07:20
Well, not manu, bank-based gearing was reduced to zero, with net cash at end-March. A debenture matures this month, and repaying that may have necessitated selling assets - we should see what the position is in a week or so (H1 results). Your gnomic remark may have meant to imply that when they gear up again, that will be a signal they see value emerging. Some of the largest UK companies are still pretty gloomy on that score, but of course share prices will recover before real businesses do!
jonwig
16/11/2008
20:16
Someone, who will remain nameless, told me to watch the net cash position very closely. As ever NAI, DYOR etc.
not manu
12/11/2008
16:42
It will be liquidity - again thats the mantra of this financial smash. If tennants have no cash for rent can Landlords enforce etc etc. all very well having excellent coventnats but in the end real world dictates. A property company without Cash flow is .....
chairman2
12/11/2008
15:51
Yes, the discount on TRYS is pretty remarkable. I suppose the current fright in the commercial property market is - renegotiate terms or send your occupiers to the wall.
jonwig
12/11/2008
14:32
Bt some TRYS today @ 43.85p - a 30% discount to the 63.13p NAV. Been a big shake-out in the small property trusts today - stocks like IERE & MERE are really no more than option money now!
skyship
12/11/2008
13:47
chart still says down trend
chairman2
02/10/2008
09:48
sigma shares are fantastic value at the moment. I've picked up a few (and a few of hgpc, for exposure to US property etc)
isa23
01/10/2008
19:19
Interestingly, the sigma shares (TRYS) are on a discount of nearly 30% at 56p. Although there's more concentration on smaller stocks, the top three holdings (Rodamco, BLND, LAND) are the same. Perhaps I should have bought into this instead of adding to TRY: never thought about it!
jonwig
30/9/2008
20:19
still keeping a beady eye on these but keeping my hands in my pocket thansk fr the updates
chairman2
30/9/2008
17:59
30/09 ... NAV ~175p, share price 138p, discount 21%.
jonwig
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