Hello Share Finders. It's sadly rare to find a company reporting increased profits in these difficult days. But one of my regular favourites, Tritax Big Box (BBOX) has done it. This very modern version of a warehouse king has announced that underlying operating profit for the half year has improved by 7.5%.
Hello, Share Collectors. One reason why the Footsie has begun to move slowly to tickle all-time highs is because big firms have the resources to offer greater protection against recession. So the more cautious investor is likely to choose companies in the big 100. But a different way to take advantage of the same situation is to buy shares in companies that derive their income from jumbo outfits.
Hello Share Swappers. Tritax Big Box (BBOX) is another of those rare companies that's boosting its cash-making. Its half-year numbers showed operating profit increased by 5.6% to £88.8 million. So well worth a look, gang, as so many other outfits struggle.
Hello Share Fans. It’s been a while since I last brought Tritax Big Box (BBOX) before your quizical gaze. Since then the state-of-the art storage company has had a successful fundraising. And for once, this seems a beneficial event for shareholders. The cash raised will be used to buy loads more properties to rent out into a soaring market.
Hello Share Fans. Allow me to return to a company I think is well fitted to the way commerce is going in the future. Tritax Big Box (BBOX) is an ambitious outfit with giant warehouses using robots to shift stock around. It’s been involved in a recent fundraising exercise which added £300 million to the coffers. To that it is adding another £230 million to spend mostly on increasing its floor space and infrastructure.
Hello, Share Bashers. There are some shares I commend to your further research, while never putting my toe in the water myself. This is not a lack of faith in myself, but the fact that I limit the number of companies I invest in. Otherwise, I’d spread my resources too thin to take advantage of big windfalls. One such company I often praise, and now wish I’d bought shares in, is Tritax Big Box (BBOX).
Hello Share Mashers. Ordering by mail is a boom area during the virus outbreak. And it could be even more popular afterwards, as more people adopt the habit of buying this way. Today, I look at a mail-order and standard retail storage outfit I’ve commended before that could benefit from this nasty pandemic...
Hello, Share Players. You have a better chance of making money from a company if it’s part of a growing trend. One of the most promising areas for expansion in this ever-complicated world is the massive warehouse game. More and more of us are buying online. That’s why the High Street struggles. But we are still buying objects and these have to be stored somewhere. They also have to be moved about and distributed. And if you can get robots to do the job, instead of expensive humans, it all helps to massage the profit...
Hello, Share Flingers. Most Shareprophets subscribers are, I suspect, old enough to be a bit fed up with the obsessive way our increasingly technological world is taking us. This may make us reluctant to invest in modern ways of making and selling stuff. But if we want to turn big money from our little hobby, then we must not let modern developments leave us behind.
Hello, Share Mixers. A whizzo strategy when trying to find a new company in which to invest is to ask if what it provides is part of a growing trend. Will it deliver the goods in a world which becomes faster and more efficient in the future? Or does the company provide goods or services which are gradually becoming less fashionable and out of date?