Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jupiter Green Investment Trust LSE:JGC London Ordinary Share GB00B120GL77 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 164.50p 164.00p 165.00p 164.50p 164.50p 164.50p 44,050.00 07:30:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.5 0.2 0.8 198.2 36.46

Jupiter Green Investment Trust Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/9/2016
18:02
Nice firm creeper
luckymouse
26/4/2011
15:57
Weiss out http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=47419503 That was quick, certainly dont seem overvalued with the NAV at £1.14 excluding income etc.
praipus
26/3/2011
08:36
Campomar2 thanks for pointing out the warrants here. Anyone know why they do not show up as a liability on the ADVFN financials?
praipus
21/3/2011
18:26
Looks like green funds like this coming back into favour following nuclear accident and high oil. Warrants beginning to look interesting, convert at £1 until end july 2011, currently 3.25p to buy
campomar2
18/3/2011
10:44
NAV rising.
praipus
18/3/2011
10:43
Weiss buying the shares and the CFD's http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=46903436 To track other Weiss holding see the WAM epic "Tracking the Arbitrageurs" http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=24182742
praipus
05/7/2007
20:39
Thanks for highlighting this. I'm no expert but my understanding on a rather quick read through is that there will not be a great deal of difference from buying shares in the market (apart from avoiding costs) EXCEPT that the warrants will be effectively free. I think. Must read it again to make sure that's right, it's quite complex. rrr PS Had a further look re the warrants. These will be exercisable at a subscription price of 100 pence per Ordinary Share, so look to me to be well worth having, with the share price where it is at the present.
rrr
05/7/2007
16:50
My ISA broker has now emailed me the notice of the proposed offer of C-shares/warrants as detailed in yesterday's RNS announcement Anyone care to assess the merits of taking it up? Any negative views?
m.t.glass
27/4/2007
08:54
Me too, just about to break even after the commission etc. Hoping this is the right place at the right time.
rrr
27/4/2007
08:44
I have some in an ISA account.
m.t.glass
17/4/2007
15:56
Surprised no one on this board, pretty impressive graph! Bought a few today. rrr
rrr
16/8/2006
19:47
PS, Mike - You seem someone helpful to whom I can ask a question. Hope you don't mins that it's not relevant to your thread. Occasionally on these boards, posters lapse into code, such as "L2 3 v 3" "L2 TEAM 185 v 192 WINS & KBC 183 v 190" "L2 1 v 2" I can guess the 185 v 192 stuff (except that particular one is now unfortunately 165 v 172) but what is L2 and all the soccer results? Much appreciated - TIA
spangle93
16/8/2006
12:25
Mike - ref your posting on REH, we followed up by looking at the new investment trust, but we've held the Jupiter Ecology fund for a while through thin, then a bit more thin, and some thin, before the recent thick. Interesting blurb around their SRI though - confirms our view that their strategic areas can't remain a fluffy sideline compared to hydrocarbons, and that water will be a critical resource as years progress. Personal view on renewables is that while wind energy on a large scale is getting some traction in commercial terms, it's actually the least useful of the renewables - the focus should be on getting better efficiency and much greater domestic uptake of solar (we looked at it but calculated that for us the payback time would be 16 years) and on wave energy, which has much more dependable output than wind and visually less intrusive. Maybe each house should also have a small wind turbine on the roof - after all, we've got used to chimneys and most houses don't have an open fire any longer!
spangle93
15/8/2006
19:01
Mike, I've added your intro link to the header. thanks.
mangal
15/8/2006
17:44
Introduction - http://www.jupiteronline.co.uk/PI/OurFunds/InvestmentTrusts/Green/Green.htm That page include a link to the prospectus, which has a little info on the warrants. And them warrants have quite a reasonable spread :) I can't see the current portfolio properly - get a 'Token Type' error in Adobe Reader (and I'm using the latest (7.0.8) version) :( Earlier (July) RNS included: 1 RPS Group 2 Cranswick 3 Atkins 4 Keller Group 5 Go Ahead Group 6 Nordex AG 7 Whatman 8 Novera Energy 9 Gamesa 10 Shanks Group
mikehardman
09/6/2006
14:47
New thread for restructured Jupiter Global Green IT. Started trading yesterday: http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=20060608070000W2360 Introduction - http://www.jupiteronline.co.uk/PI/OurFunds/InvestmentTrusts/Green/Green.htm That page include a link to the prospectus, which has a little info on the warrants. The warrants of these(JGCW) are listed here: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=8764319
mangal
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