Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aberdeen Sml.Co LSE:ASCI London Ordinary Share GB0008063728 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.00p +0.51% 195.50p 193.00p 198.00p 195.50p 194.50p 194.50p 23,958.00 14:26:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 2.2 1.7 7.5 25.9 43.22

Aberdeen Sml.Co Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/12/2016
16:28
23% discount and goes XD early Jan....looking a good buy now.
deadly
25/11/2016
10:15
Starting to make some progress now.
essentialinvestor
14/11/2016
08:32
Even more interesting a week ago when briefly available to buy under 1.90 ).
essentialinvestor
11/11/2016
15:16
interesting level here
luckymouse
18/10/2016
13:17
Spec, just over £2 a share to buy atm, so easier to add on down days. May be plenty more of those to come.
essentialinvestor
18/10/2016
12:34
Like your attitude @EI - amazing how many people only want to buy things when on the "up". I find a good rule of thumb is "buy when ADVFN is silent".
spectoacc
18/10/2016
10:05
Added again yesterday as shares were available in under 1.95, if ASCI were to slip back in to the 180's then so much the better. Up to about 30% of the amount I would like to hold. Looking through the full list of holdings there are not many I dislike, DVO one exception as per my posts on the DVO board, BRSN looks a good price to top slice and hopefully the manager may do that.
essentialinvestor
15/10/2016
11:32
Good luck; can't go far wrong with that yield & discount.
spectoacc
15/10/2016
11:05
Added some more yesterday near 1.99, Intend to add further depending on price and what else may be of interest at the time.
essentialinvestor
11/10/2016
11:19
Finally got a half decent amount, majority at 201.77. Thought there may be some selling following the XD. Part of my longer term holdings.
essentialinvestor
06/10/2016
19:11
Good luck SHRS, XD today of course - as was ASCI! Didn't realise until after I'd bought but makes little difference - perfectly happy with 202.3. Yes, got out of BIST again, and amazed by the NAV reported after that mammoth ftse day this week. I thought it wouldn't go up nearly as much as similar co's but: Monday's close: 128.06p Capital only and including debt at par value 120.04p Capital only and including debt at fair value 130.81p Including current year income and debt at par value XD 122.79p Including current year income and debt at fair value XD Tuesday's close after massive market rally to all-time FTSE highs: 128.11p Capital only and including debt at par value 120.21p Capital only and including debt at fair value 130.88p Including current year income and debt at par value XD 122.98p Including current year income and debt at fair value XD By Wednesday: 127.66p Capital only and including debt at par value 119.89p Capital only and including debt at fair value 130.44p Including current year income and debt at par value XD 122.68p Including current year income and debt at fair value XD Beyond pathetic. Wlll post on BIST thread to avoid clogging up ASCI!
spectoacc
06/10/2016
18:07
Spec, you are right it can varely widely, at times not even 500 shares on offer, other days you can buy well in to the thousands. Noticed your post on BIST, my recent trade was at 109.75 and out next day at 111.15. I keep an eye on it as on market down days it can sell off hard, and then bounce. Longer term holders must be utterly seething at performance. Added some SHRS this afternoon under 2.30.
essentialinvestor
06/10/2016
12:58
Similar here, large holding in SHRS and large holding in ASCI. Still - have added a few more ASCI today at 202 - unusually liquid, 198/206 in market but 200/202.3 online.
spectoacc
05/10/2016
18:16
Liquidity contributes to the discount imv. ASCI is Shires largest holding, SHRS my current largest holding atm.
essentialinvestor
05/10/2016
17:53
Needs a little nudge - few buy backs or something - 3.3% yld vs 2.3% for popular HSL doesn't seem sufficient reason for discount
luckymouse
23/9/2016
09:22
Not quite 2008 levels but the discount not far as wide as it gets - nearly 22% (several times been to zero if HL chart to be believed). 3.2% yield paid quarterly, next XD should be in next few weeks.
spectoacc
08/9/2016
09:28
I think its disgusting how they can present a report to the market and not even mention, let alone address the discount to nav here. I think that is extremely unprofessional. Just saying !
my retirement fund
01/9/2016
12:30
Tidy yield, big discount. Spread a bit off putting but added more last week. (btw @davebowler - if you're in GRIT, I strongly recommend you talk to the management).
spectoacc
01/9/2016
11:43
30 Aug NAV Aberdeen Smaller Cos Income Trust Plc Undiluted Excluding Income 254.48p Ordinary Aberdeen Smaller Cos Income Trust Plc Undiluted Including Income 255.89p Ordinary
davebowler
01/9/2016
11:40
This has got to be due another leg up soon imo
my retirement fund
23/8/2016
09:38
Jack, the SHRS discount to NAV looks attractive imv. About 25% of the Shires fund is in preference shares which I would not apply a discount to, so on their ordinary equity book you are getting a very approx 15% plus discount to NAV- these are holdings like BATS, UlVR, SGE, IMB, PRU etc. Agree on a small cap trust you would expect the NAV discount to be higher, however 20% plus looks generous - all just IMV only.
essentialinvestor
28/7/2016
14:56
@joy - no explanation for it in last Factsheet: hxxp://www.fundslibrary.co.uk/FundsLibrary.DataRetrieval/Documents.aspx?type=packet_fund_class_doc_factsheet_private&;id=f04688b0-d897-4424-a6f4-ac4b58e95fe7&user=hl_website_documents
spectoacc
27/7/2016
11:57
I'm considering this for UK small fund with income. Can anyone offer a reason why it has have poor recent performance? My thinking is 1. Was it based on poor 'sector allocation' 2. Just poor overall management? Thoughts appreciated
joy division still
25/7/2016
13:38
Interesting how the rule change on commissions/IFAs moved the discounts in on ITs - which now seems to have largely worn off. Still some comedy premiums out there (eg ARR; FGT; and the king of them all: LTI) but plenty moved back out and seem to be remaining there. ASCI about right at -20% I reckon - happy to hold it forever with the divi.
spectoacc
23/7/2016
08:12
In general terms discounts have widened over the last 12-18 months, in some cases markedly so. I would not buy on the basis of a % discount alone, however over the longer term would not expect ASCI to trade on such a large discount to NAV. NAV is the primary driver of the share price on a multi year view.
essentialinvestor
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