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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tritax Big Box Reit Plc LSE:BBOX London Ordinary Share GB00BG49KP99 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -0.92% 161.00 160.30 160.50 162.30 159.70 162.10 7,762,708 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 144.3 141.2 8.4 19.2 2,768

Tritax Big Box Reit Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/11/2020
07:56
Cheers skinny. My HL alert just came through 7.52 !! Its another reason to pat myself on the back for choosing to invest in BBOX. Heres to a good week :-)
scruff1
23/11/2020
07:02
First Sterling Green Bond Issuance for a UK REIT.
skinny
17/11/2020
03:10
William - I take my hat off to you but how the hell do you find all this? It amazes me
scruff1
17/11/2020
00:51
That's the one Not sure we will get a full 15-20 percent uplift - but there has to be a material uplift all the same
williamcooper104
16/11/2020
22:34
Aha. More yield compression. It would be nice to see a 20% increase in our NAV. Cheers
scubadiverr
16/11/2020
22:25
The agent went out trying to sell a shed leased to Sainsbury's - they were marketing it at 4.5 percent yield eg roughly 22 times the rent It was aggressively bid up and is now under offer at 3.75 percent or c27x rent - so it's going to trade at 20 percent above the marketing price Just more weight of money/market on fire evidence
williamcooper104
16/11/2020
22:06
WC is one of the best posters on advfn imo. Shame I don't fully understand this one
scubadiverr
16/11/2020
21:38
I that the one at Marsh Leys. I cant find anything. I amazed at how you glean these snippets
scruff1
16/11/2020
17:47
15 year income to Sainsbury's occupied shed in Bedford going under offer at 3.75 percent - was marketed at 4.5 percent
williamcooper104
16/11/2020
15:35
No probs - I'm v long BBOX - but never fall in love with a stock and always try and think of what could go wrong The what could go wrong is small at the moment - but few stocks are truly for ever
williamcooper104
13/11/2020
22:14
Good post william. Interesting comments
scruff1
13/11/2020
21:08
A huge head wind is business rates At moment sheds get taxed very lightly £2-4 psf whereas retail property business rates are anything from £10-£100 psf That's going to get rebalanced and business rates are one of the few ways to tax amazon But doesn't impact on existing leases and the demand is such that while it will lessen rental growth it probably won't kill it -m
williamcooper104
13/11/2020
15:45
A bit academic, but I thought it was around -70 degrees Celsius.
skinny
13/11/2020
15:32
Aren't the vaccines stored in vacuum boxes which you need for the Pfizer vacs at -80C
petewy
13/11/2020
13:38
The Blood Donor. :-)
skinny
13/11/2020
13:36
Oxford vaccine will require 2 to 8 degrees c. Not sure you really need a warehouse for that - it's not as though the doses are one litre. Well, I hope not - that would be nearly an armful (bigger arms nowadays, I suppose).
chucko1
13/11/2020
13:31
Not for the Pfizer vaccine - apparently
williamcooper104
13/11/2020
13:05
Cheers - suspected so.
eagleblue1
13/11/2020
12:48
You would assume it's cold store at 5 or 6 degrees for milk etc given tesco, rather than - 70 for a vaccine.
dhoult12
13/11/2020
12:17
Pure speculation on my part and no knowledge of whether this type of facility would be appropriate at all - but could a cold store facility close to a port be a practical place to store a Covid vaccine?
eagleblue1
13/11/2020
11:56
Exactly - the big difference between US REIts (total return well in excess of wider market on most timeframes) and U.K. property companies (underperformers on almost any reasonable timeframe) other than sector specialism is cost of capital/premium rating leading to ability to raise equity at a premium to private market valuations That's what made Prologis, SPY (before retail blew up) PSA and American Tower It's why trading at a NAV premium isn't necessarily being overvalued but rather can be huge asset that can lead to spectacular growth
williamcooper104
13/11/2020
11:12
Nice divi has just arrived in my account, I love these quarterly Dividends.
igoe104
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