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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
  -0.60 -0.37% 162.20 162.00 162.10 164.10 161.70 163.20 4,951,842 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment Trusts 144.3 141.2 8.4 19.3 2,769

Tritax Big Box Reit Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/3/2020
08:22
Those results are why I am here for the long term in these markets
belgraviaboy
17/3/2020
08:19
Crikey. Hadn't expected that response!
muzmanoz
17/3/2020
07:48
Great results and 7% yield at the current price.
n0rbie
16/3/2020
22:08
Intel, totally agree. It was just the broad point I was making. In the 1970s when PEs were in highish single digits, 10yr rates were around 8%. But that would only justify PEs of around 13-14 today ceteris paribus. But that is what PEs were until 3 weeks ago in the U.K., but they were far higher in the US.
chucko1
16/3/2020
12:05
Chuck - All things being equal, we would expect PE ratios to be higher today than forty years ago, simply because interest rates are lower.
intelinvestor
16/3/2020
12:03
the good news is they have a load of cash so should weather out any storm that comes or from any company that does go into liquidation.
intelinvestor
16/3/2020
11:50
But there is no correlation between the falls and the volumes. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
skinny
16/3/2020
11:46
Some ridiculous price falls this morning. Must be desperate sellers selling anything and everything thats saleable. BBOX down 13% INL down 20% GKP down 15% etc etc etc Could be worth selling now and buying much cheaper in days to come !
tyranosaurus
14/3/2020
18:05
nice to see some educated comments recently on this board. My own 2 pence's worth, I did top up again this week and whilst down I see no concern. The income streams that BBox receives by way of rental are fixed. (Average length of leases is 12 years). The sharp fall is unjustified and the share has been caught up in the general mark downs across the board.
williamgtheobald
13/3/2020
17:34
Chucko1 - agreed, and this time there will be / is unlimited 'free' money available to offset Banks will be desperate to lend to the least risky prospect Deflation / inflation / hyperinflation Happy to own RPI/CPI linked hard assets - and gold (don't judge me)
belgraviaboy
13/3/2020
17:19
Also, same thing happening in the US muni market. To the extent that the analysts - in their own words - “do not know what’s going on”. Personally, and I don’t say this lightly, I would not be surprised to see much further falls. For a long time now, the world has avoided paying the bill for 2008/9. With the last two weeks’ asset falls, I believe that bill will be repaid in the form of much higher yield requirements for a given risk. In the form of higher credit spreads (unsurprisingly, they have already jumped a large amount, but remain far lower than in 2008), lower PEs (they used to be half of what they had recently been) and much higher option prices (I.e. the ability to hedge).
chucko1
13/3/2020
17:09
“The stock market is a device to transfer money from the impatient to the patient.” Warren Buffett And from the illiquid to the liquid BBOX is now my largest holding by a country mile and I remain a buyer in quantity Looking forward to the results next week.
belgraviaboy
13/3/2020
16:56
agree chuck01, this is not about good companies and poor ones or ones that will suffer and those that won't. It's panic selling to raise cash while there is still value in an asset which induces more panic as others follow suit to avoid being last man holding.
alter ego
13/3/2020
16:48
Cyfran101, you are correct in my opinion. But gold itself has fallen $90 in the last few hours as the market rally has evaporated. People will sell any quality asset to regain liquidity. Whether or not absurd. Long term will see this right, very likely.
chucko1
13/3/2020
16:01
Odd depression of share. If you are against meeting other people at present then this makes sense to not visit stores but instead order online? Hence the further depreciation of street sellers and increase in online sellers that use the big boxes?
cyfran101
13/3/2020
13:11
Yes, I was scratching my head.
lilly 01
13/3/2020
11:13
I'm not sure of the relevance of that article, other than it contains the words 'Big Box'.
skinny
13/3/2020
10:51
intel, clickable link:- hTTps://www.fool.com/investing/2020/03/11/why-big-box-retailers-are-getting-crushed-today.aspx
cwa1
13/3/2020
09:16
Thanks intel Couldn’t access it but it will be interesting to se what Tuesday brings. Holding off till then
gswredland
12/3/2020
23:43
Final Results 17/03/2020 Tritax Big Box Reit PLC (BBOX)
intelinvestor
12/3/2020
23:40
hxxps://www.fool.com/investing/2020/03/11/why-big-box-retailers-are-getting-crushed-today.aspx worth a read headline Why Big Box Retailers Got Crushed Today Mar 11, 2020
intelinvestor
10/3/2020
08:33
Yes of course, sorry.
jonwig
10/3/2020
08:30
KIV Argos = Sainsburys
belgraviaboy
10/3/2020
07:07
Might be worth looking in detail at the portfolio: https://tritaxbigbox.co.uk/portfolio/properties/ A lot of the tenants are pretty secure, but one or two have had issues in recent years (Argos, Eddie Stobart, Stobart Group, say).
jonwig
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