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Sage Group continues to perform, whilst British Land continues not to

I am pleased to see Sage Group (SGE) shares back up to a circa 800p share price after the publication of its full-year numbers earlier today. Six months ago, I noted that I was “once again…in love with Sage Group shares”. Even though I am not a personal user of its small business capabilities, it is still super relevant from a cloud and ongoing new R&D perspective. But, whilst the share was cheap in May, it looks closer to being a fairer value today. In short, time to take some nice profits at Sage Group. So, if one of Newcastle’s FTSE 100 finest is doing well, what about the more London-focused British Land (BLND)?


Offices and Shops May Seem Obvious Virus Victims But British Land's Share Price Still Seems Too Low

Hello, Share Takers. You might think it odd that I commend to your further inquiry a company that relies on office rents and town centre commerce for its income. But it seems to me that the British Land (BLND) share price is too low. Especially if you bear in mind that the virus won’t last forever. It will disappear with an effective vaccine, if not sooner from a natural death. And British Land is doing better than expected in the virus’s unpleasant reign...


Cuddly and optimistic British Land ain't fooling no one

According to my pocket calculator, British Land (BLND) is sitting at just under a 45% discount to NAV. That is better than the dog days of mid-March but still reflects a sharp discount expansion from the start of the year or versus longer-term norms. No surprises there, but it would like to tell you that today's full year numbers (to the end of March) are naturally a game of two periods, pre the pandemic and post the start of the pandemic…but I think the evidence is somewhat different...


With the High Street Under Siege, British Land May Not Be the Best Share Out There

Hello Share Twiddlers. I think I've commended British Land (BLND) to your further inquiry in the past. But stories change and I’ve modified my optimistic view. I feel the latest set of - half-year - numbers isn't too encouraging. The company lets out property to retailers. And we all know the High Street has been beset by closures and liquidations recently. For British Land, net rental income fell by nearly a tenth to £243 million...


British Land Seems Undervalued and Might Be Worth Building On

Hello, Share Cinchers. It’s been a while since I last commended British Land (BLND) to you. I don’t regret that, though the share was falling at the time and has yet to really rebound. The company deals in what they are not making any more of and it owns it around the UK, including where it’s most costly: London.


Here's Another Over-Sold Brexit Beauty Which Could Rally fast.

Hello Share Swashers. We all know that shares in Britain took a tumble on June 24 when the Brexit vote was announced. But then many shares recovered. Most property and building stocks, however, did not. So in my view, as the results of Brexit will become clearer later on and will be favourable, property shares are probably now one of the biggest bargains out there. Though of course, if you still fear the exit from Europe, then you won’t agree with me.

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