Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sr Europe Investment Trust LSE:SR. London Ordinary Share GB0030668940 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 176.25p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 1.0 2.9 61.6 48.98

Sr Europe Investment Trust Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/5/2012
20:19
What would you have bought instead?
praipus
02/5/2012
20:03
178p = a pretty poor outturn imo - poor timing!
topvest
02/5/2012
19:54
http://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=52253619
praipus
18/4/2012
13:06
Cash due in May.
praipus
27/3/2012
20:13
GL, going for cash/NAV fastest route possible.
praipus
27/3/2012
10:49
honest answer is roll and then probably likely sell in h2 so that i can control my market exposure better!
edwardt
27/3/2012
09:21
Thanks, are you going to roll then? http://www.trustnet.com/Factsheets/Factsheet.aspx?fundCode=EASCA&univ=U
praipus
27/3/2012
08:56
Darwell's european unit trust which is the roll over option.. good to see weiss increasing holding - squeezing the pips for the last couple of percent.
edwardt
26/3/2012
16:05
Not sure there is anything to disagree about yet. Which Unit Trust are you refering to?
praipus
26/3/2012
15:24
i think we will agree to disagree here. I was however referencing the unit trust and the flat 75bps fee which i am afraid seems dgood value in contrast to the exorbitant fees /performance fees that the likes of sr. tried to charge....
edwardt
26/3/2012
11:19
edwardt, if you mean JEO it's trading below NAV now! My point is nothing has zero probability. Jupiters fund is relying on zero probability of failure and IMHO opinion that is not a safe way to invest. In 2006/2007 RBS was seen by many to be a buy at £5 with a 7% divi! Do you know what the shares are worth today? Look at that figure and remember it has also had two rights issues and is backed by the UK tax payer/government who also dont understand risk and 0 probability. NorthernRock etc etc When AIG went bust...I could NOT even trade Gold ETF's!
praipus
26/3/2012
10:47
praipus - i think my point is the trust will always trade at nav - i am happy simply to back the businesses in his portfolio - novo nordisk, experian, pearson et al are all good businesses.
edwardt
23/3/2012
18:53
POINTLESS THREAD
dahmmy
23/3/2012
18:51
This liquidation is poor news for holders, as it is the wrong time to liquidate such a trust in my view. Not going to invest in a Jupiter fund, as don't like Jupiter much. Oh well, will take the cash and invest in a better investment trust. Lots better than this one!
topvest
23/3/2012
12:20
http://www.jupiteronline.co.uk/PI/ I dont want to sound too critical but even the objectives of the trust sound unconvincing against the current economic climate and nothing about shareholder value. It should say we rely on pure luck and the economy doing really well. And if everything goes wrong being able to sell enormous holdings quickly in to weak markets.
praipus
23/3/2012
12:01
Edwardt - I dont know his portfolio at all I would be interested to have a look. As for long only, if you buy something because it is below NAV surely you should short it or sell it if it is above NAV?
praipus
23/3/2012
11:08
Praipus - he is a good solid long only manager - long term performance over 10 years is superb - sometimes it pays to back a stock picker - he rarely changes a portfolio - his biggest holding is novo nordisk which i own pa and is a superb business. i think sometimes it pays to have long only managers and move away from the pariahs that are hedge funds from time to time!
edwardt
23/3/2012
10:38
oh..no..lol why dont I check my facts more carefully? How humiliating. Thank you for correcting me rambutan2. Although isnt that even more risky? If the fund goes bust he loses his job and his savings?
praipus
23/3/2012
02:34
Praipus, Wrong target, Mr Darwell is managing his own money, £11m of it via the trust equiv... http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2012/article/51702069
rambutan2
22/3/2012
21:00
Circ re Proposals - voluntary winding-up/reconstruction http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2012/article/51736924
praipus
22/3/2012
17:13
Alex Darwell ? Hmmm bit nervous about "well known" tenure/employed Asset Managers. Why arent they managing their own money? Do they really care if it goes wrong? Seen one or two speak at T1Ps investor show never to be seen or heard of again....lol No problem really but so few have a truely critical risk averse frame of reference.
praipus
22/3/2012
17:08
well alex darwell has picked up a good little inflow into his fund! i will probably roll into this as i like his approach. unit trusts normally nail you with a front end charge of 5%. in this instance, i am getting circa 3% head start. perfect.
edwardt
21/3/2012
15:18
Yep I wont leave until the arbitrageurs do. It's boring but they can time things better than I can. "usually"!
praipus
21/3/2012
15:10
praipus -still here? been a nice ride..
edwardt
02/3/2012
18:19
MF Global springs to mind.
praipus
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