Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scot.Orntl.Smll LSE:SST London Ordinary Share GB0007836132 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +9.75p +1.12% 877.00p 875.00p 879.00p 883.00p 864.00p 872.00p 17,174.00 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 6.7 3.3 9.5 92.3 271.52

Scot.Orntl.Smll Share Discussion Threads

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07/10/2016
12:27
Thanks for those - I will keep them and research a bit more. Yes, I love ITs too. They act just like normal 'Mister Market' shares but you can also see their intrinsic NAV which is a good indicator of market mis-pricing. Only problem is they often have very high management charges so very long-term they may not be so good to hold. I guess trading into ITs on NAV discounts and back out into good funds may be a good method.
chinahere
07/10/2016
11:47
Yep - trusts I own heavily include. HFEL - bought in Jan this year yielding 8%! Crazy when you look at things now. FAS - another very good asian small cap trust BRFI - doesn't trade on a discount as one of the only ways to access frontier markets. all risen strongly but performance from here will be influenced by sterling, trend could reverse or continue...predicting that is above my pay grade. So at this point they come with a warning but at least some of them are on wide discounts. I love investment trusts - they seem to react days after clear trends and rising nav's or currency movements have been established making entry point's far easier to time that the wider markets.
nimbo1
06/10/2016
18:12
"Excellent trusts like these don't get nearly enough attention." I agree nimbo1! I see that the Asian and small UK companies ITs are at a steep discount and like you I like SST a lot. I am now looking around for some diversity in similar ITs. My current idea is HSL. Have you got any others you favour? Cheers.
chinahere
06/10/2016
11:57
Discount to NAV now almost at its widest ever level thanks to currency swings and rising asian markets. 19% discount including income. Imagine it will reduce to 12% again over the next few weeks. Excellent trusts like these don't get nearly enough attention.
nimbo1
07/7/2016
18:46
NAV over £10
nimbo1
24/6/2016
13:31
Its up today!
davebowler
12/10/2015
16:14
Noted that the manager bought 25,000 at 737p last week, to take her holding to 32,000. She must be quite confident that near a low to commit a £184k of her own dosh to the shares. http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2015/article/68827068
rambutan2
21/8/2013
08:50
19 August 2013 NAV. Financial assets have been valued on a fair value basis using bid price, or, if more appropriate, a last trade price basis. The figures do not include any provision for capital gains tax on net unrealised gains on holdings of Indian securities. 805.88 pence per share (excluding income) 819.47 pence per share (including income)
davebowler
16/5/2013
13:05
This is worth a look too - WKOF
davebowler
09/5/2013
07:09
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/investing/article-2321354/The-20-best-performing-investment-trusts-decade.html Top performing investment trust over ten years. £100 turned into £875.31. Congratulations and thanks to Susie Ripingall - and a well earned retirement.
richard xii
10/1/2013
18:32
I have aas as well.I bought both some years ago as they focus on domestic rather than exporting companies. And they both have conservative management.The exchange rate readjustment with western currencies which I was also expecting still hasn't happened.
richard xi
10/1/2013
15:00
Thanks. In at 780 last week (I get uncomfortable when my investments soar upwards!). I hold AAS as well, so am using this to diversify.
bigwilly1986
10/1/2013
14:25
Its well managed but I'm not sure it warrants a big premium.However if you look at AAS its the same situation.
davebowler
10/1/2013
11:30
Dave, do you have an opinion on why the premium is increasing?
bigwilly1986
13/11/2012
11:03
12 Nov NAV 735.92 pence per share (including income)
davebowler
07/11/2012
09:23
5 Nov NAV 728.43 pence per share (including income)
davebowler
02/11/2012
15:45
1 Nov NAV 717.63 pence per share
davebowler
31/10/2012
14:47
31 Oct NAV 715.88 pence per share (including income)
davebowler
03/10/2012
13:04
NAV 703.31p as at 3 Oct
davebowler
12/9/2012
12:03
NAV 11th Sept 671.23 pence per share (including income)
davebowler
15/6/2012
09:56
NAV 14 Jun 637.63 pence per share (including income)
davebowler
23/2/2012
16:34
22 Feb NAV 650.30 pence per share (including income)
davebowler
14/2/2012
14:57
Net asset values ("NAVs") of the Company as at the close of business on 13 February 2012. 637.76 pence per share (excluding income) 640.38 pence per share (including income)
davebowler
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