Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
F&C PR EQ Zeros LSE:FPEZ London Ordinary Share GB00B5883J06 ZERO DIV PREF SHS 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 151.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.00

F&C PR EQ Zeros Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/9/2011
08:02
Decided to park some cash back in here. Paid 125.625p, ie 126.4p gross of all costs. At 126.4p the GRY = 5.93% to redemption in Dec'14 - hardly dramatic, but marginally more attractive than other secure Zero yields.
skyship
07/1/2011
16:37
Currently about 5.5% pa to redemption
stemis
21/10/2010
15:50
Ian - yes - so? If, by way of an example without accurate figures, you buy AZN @ 2500 on a 7% yield, you may well decide that at 3300 when the yield = a more modest 5%, then the time has come to take the profit as newcomers might be thinking the shares as fully valued. So with FPEZ @ 116p versus a buying price of 105p just 5months ago. You always have to evaluate on the basis of where you are now - not where you started. Very important to grasp that basic fundamental. Without being patronising, are you relatively new to the investment game - if so, you have done well to find yourself owning or looking at a stock relatively incomprehensible to most PIs!
skyship
20/10/2010
20:43
Sky / Mangal Am I missing something? Surely it is the GRY at the time you buy that counts. You are still getting e.g. 8% pa on the money that you originally invested even if the GRY at today's price only gives 6.5%.
ianbrewster
20/10/2010
16:50
skyship, I too gradually sold out recently once the gry started going below 7% & invested some of the proceeds into more geared plays(mainly warrants).
mangal
20/10/2010
14:51
Farewell faithful friend - sold my other half here today @ 116.75p as the GRY has now dropped to a "lowly" 6.58%. Still a very nice level, but I confess to being more aggressive....
skyship
16/10/2010
17:24
Halved my holding this past week as overweight and needed cash to top-up holdings in IRET & HPEQ. Note: At 115.5p the GRY here is 6.84% # IRET is my pick of the properties: At 47p they: # yield 8.5% covered 1.3x # are on a 20% discount to the basic 59p NAV # have a relatively low LTV at 47% # have quality management # have the right attitude to shareholder value; and # are effectively run by a bank - ING # HPEQ is a classic price anomaly stock due to practically zero Private Investor knowledge or interest. If you are on this thread then you are a more professional investor, so do take a look. All facts and figures on the HPEQ thread. At 197.5p (198.5p inc stamp) they are on an effective GRY of minimally 12%, so still a buy
skyship
05/9/2010
15:56
Not really, even Zeros can get a bit ahead of themselves. As an example, PEWZ has a GRY of just 5.5% - certainly not value. FPEZ still cheap however...
skyship
25/8/2010
15:24
silly question I suppose.... :/
insipiens
25/8/2010
14:47
Quite so - anticipate holding to redemption in Dec'14...
skyship
24/8/2010
18:14
My target is 152.14p ..................... eventually.
stemis
24/8/2010
18:06
what's your target SS?
insipiens
23/8/2010
17:31
111.5p-113.0p. GRY 7.14% (before dealing exps)
skyship
12/8/2010
12:50
110.75p-111.0p. GRY 7.53% (before dealing exps)
skyship
02/8/2010
14:42
108.5p-109.5p. GRY dn to 7.7%, but still cheap v. NBPZ which now has a GRY of just 6%!
skyship
22/7/2010
08:12
107.5p-108.0p. FPEZ is the one constant in an uncertain World!
skyship
10/7/2010
12:11
106.25p-107.0p, so the GRY @ 107.55p (sp + costs) = 8.14%
skyship
28/6/2010
16:11
GRY @ 106.75p (sp + stamp duty) = 8.26%
skyship
14/5/2010
08:36
Gross Redemption Yield
ianbrewster
11/5/2010
07:11
GRY @ 105.25p = 8.4%
skyship
25/4/2010
11:49
Thanks for the responses. Not being in income drawdown I'd not considered how the income in a SIPP is calculated when its not dividends. In the IC 26 March '10 there was a description of a couples £3million portfolio - Mr & Mrs Michael Broke. He and his wife have £1.7m in a SIPP and most of the rest in ISA's. He listed his investment criteria and the first was not to invest in any funds. As his overall target is 7%pa and preservation of capital he might be missing a trick with FPEZ. He'd transfered other pensions into his SIPP and had a mix of blue chip shares and corporate bonds. As my company pension will only give me about 3% I'm tempted to do likewise, but not sure its allowed, what the tax implications are or if I'm brave enough.
hpotter
20/4/2010
10:29
Added another 5k @ 105p today - gives me a 7% allocation. Happy to leave it at that.
skyship
20/4/2010
10:07
I agree its ideal for a Sipp in drawdown.
davebowler
18/4/2010
09:24
Hi HP I'm in income drawdown mode @ 7%pa. My point is that a secure high yielding Zero is a great SIPP investment as, even if interest rates were to soar, the capital value is underwritten - in this case for nearly 5yrs.
skyship
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