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Debt is high at Marston's (LON:MARS) but that is the way in the licensed trade these days. Patrons demand pretty parlours. The debt is counterbalanced, to some extent, by the property holdings. Also it has a greater proportion of its assets in the brewing sector than most, and 'beer at home' is the way things are going. I agree the sector is unloved, and Fuller…

Two things to note about Daniel Thwaites (OFEX:THW) are that it has sold off its brewing interests, and is therefore just a pubco with a couple of nice hotels. Secondly a large proportion of the company is still in family hands (the Yerburghs are descended from the Thwaites). And it is very illiquid. ( Marston's (LON:MARS) and Greene King (LON:GNK) also seem cheap to me,…

Thanks Gromley, much appreciated. Laura Ashley Holdings (LON:ALY) also has a near-controlling shareholder who is involved in a very unpleasant and potentially expensive divorce. Something will have to be sold off to cover this!!! Yes, unfortunately there is something amiss here. Timing is indeed everything. Unfortunately mine is invariably off, so a wait for the Christmas results may well be the best option here.

Many thanks L I will click the bull now, and we shall find out!!!

What you say about GAME Digital (LON:GMD) is bang on, as are your comments about the retail sector in general. Given all the pressures there, and the continuing political and economic uncertainty, many retail shares are hitting new lows (eg Dixons Carphone (LON:DC.) , J Sainsbury (LON:SBRY) , Laura Ashley Holdings (LON:ALY) ); but these businesses are continuing to make money, and to pay it…

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