Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Investors Capital Trust LSE:ICAC London Ordinary Share GB0030509722 CAP SHS 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.03p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 0.08

Investors Capital Trust Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/2/2007
14:37
Yep cant/wont sell the ICAC I have but the total investment is so low it is not a concern more a curiosity. I was given the impression that the inference to the possibility of capital share holders getting anything was merely a legal formality. Something funds legally have to do to cover themselves in the event of a large increase in assets at the last moment.
praipus
23/2/2007
14:08
You win some you lose some. In the info around the reconstruction they didn't rule out the possibility of some residual funds to pay the Capital Shareholders. However they also stated this would be after the new shares were up & running and all others had been settled in full. So Zip sounds correct, although the person who bought a million yesterday might know better. (he did only gamble £250)
purse
23/2/2007
11:43
Income shares didnt get there full entitlement so the answer is zip unfortunately.
praipus
22/2/2007
20:34
0.12p per share less management expenses.
pipa tits
16/2/2007
08:26
IT Closing on 28th Feb ?? Money coming back to holders ............ ??? 0p?
double6
15/2/2007
17:26
what is this beast ? dont get it?
powwow
15/2/2007
13:27
0.01/0.07 spread!
wiganer
15/2/2007
13:26
Isn't the IT closing 28th Feb - by which time the money coming back to holders is .... ????
double6
15/2/2007
13:12
Thanks for that information double6. On paper it looks like a good investment BUT.???
clivee
14/2/2007
13:07
Would you mind explaining a little what you mean. Brought 1m this morning @.02 does that mean i've lost my £200 already
clivee
14/2/2007
12:59
Seems like the LSE muppets are on this case....
double6
03/2/2007
21:26
Trustnet is saying the capitals are worth .59p
praipus
01/2/2007
20:43
lol - done the same thing myself horrible memories of Powederject come to mind. Utilico are steady and remain in my port too. Followed you in to UEMW (warrants).
praipus
01/2/2007
18:39
Praipus No Ecofin long gone, but still holding Utilico. I have the Ord's, Zero's and some CULS all doing well. I also bought at launch Utilico Emerging Markets, also going well. All better than some of the Pharma Stocks I tried. Purse
purse
01/2/2007
16:57
Hello, well done purse. I bought in when ICAC showed a glimmer of NAV. Not a big deal. I've only got the caps ICAC so as you say unlikely to get anything or much. The other class your thinking of is ICAY geared units 1 income share and 1 capital share. Live and learn. Are you still holding Ecofin ECWC's? Praipus
praipus
01/2/2007
16:49
Praipus Hi again, I have some of these as ICAX the units, they are subject to a series of EGMs terminating and rolling into a new trust. If approved trading ceases on 26th Feb 2007 (I think). According to the prospective the Zeros will get their full share, the incomes will not quite achieve the maximum, it is unlikeley that there will be anything left for the Caps. I thought there was only 3 classes Zero, Inc & Cap, there are however 2 units ICAX has 1 of each in, I'm not sure what the other has. Interestingly it pays a quarterly div, due 02/02 and will pay its final divi 27/02, this is early due to the proposed wind up & roll over. Mine held in an ISA and will have been a minor success, allowing for reinvesting the divi. Purse
purse
31/1/2007
15:52
Some buying is it short closing or are we going to get some cash afterall?
praipus
18/10/2006
15:57
Dally4 are you shorting or just negative in terms of outlook?
praipus
22/8/2006
10:48
It has now
dally4
15/5/2006
11:47
Fascinating this hasnt moved down.
praipus
04/5/2006
12:52
Bought a few of these for fun. They are lowly ranking Capital shares without a NAV however there is a slim chance as markets rise the asset value could up tick so as to become in the money. The hurdle SP% according to splitsonline is a massive 21.2% so buying these is extremely risky and actually not even recommended. Term : Hurdle share price (%) Definition : The annualised growth rate of the gross assets required to fully repay the current share price after repaying loans, wind up costs, interest and management fees charged to capital over the remaining life of the share. They rank behind Ordinaries, Incomes and Zeros! Top ten holdings Holding (%) Rank Prev Holding (%) Rank Prev BP 5.9 1 (1) HSBC HLDGS 4.4 2 (2) ROYAL DUTCH SHELL 4.1 3 (3) GLAXOSMITHKLINE 3.7 4 (4) VODAFONE GROUP 3.2 5 (5) ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND GROUP 2.7 6 (6) BARCLAYS 1.5 9 (7) HBOS 1.4 10 (8) ANGLO AMERICAN 1.5 8 (9) ASTRAZENECA 1.6 7 (10) The trust subject to shareholder approval winds-up 28th February, 2007. http://www.splitsonline.co.uk http://www.trustnet.co.uk Capital Shares in issue 251,282,000 current asset value 0.31 of million!
praipus
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