Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Throgmorton Trust LSE:THRG London Ordinary Share GB0008910555 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.25p +0.99% 330.25p 328.00p 330.25p 330.75p 327.00p 327.00p 49,736.00 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 7.0 5.9 8.1 40.9 241.51

Throgmorton Trust Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/11/2016
08:57
I've been buying in recently, the discount is silly
mad foetus
16/11/2016
22:48
Probably the biggest bargain on the market today.
professor pettigrew
18/2/2014
16:44
THRG Took a hit on Blinx last month
tiger20
10/9/2013
15:13
Any chartists out there, please ?
coolen
21/1/2013
17:10
one for my Sipp, ticks the boxes, performance, yield and discount
127tolmers
08/1/2013
22:01
coolen. At last the market is addressing the discount, so they maybe more to come, it remains a sound long term hold.
chrisgail
13/11/2012
14:12
Any other trusts on such a large discount ? Any chance THRG might address the issue ?
coolen
03/6/2012
07:45
Beart's definitely in trouble!!
2float
12/3/2012
08:09
Looks like one of the directors may be heading for a major scandal. Beart's spent the last 4 years making a pigs ear of MSS (Managed Support Services). Seems former owners, advisors and board may be gearing up to take a swipe at him. MSS BB worth a read.
2float
10/3/2012
12:17
Five years ago peaked at around 200p. This time last year peaked again at around 200p. Now breaking into the 190s, could be an interesting time ahead.
jonniered
05/7/2011
20:36
NAV continues to rise and the shares continue to move sideways, sooner or later the shares will catch up and the Subs will out perform once more before their expiry.
chrisgail
20/12/2010
09:08
Who are the substantial share holders here?
praipus
20/12/2010
09:08
Who are the substantial share holders here?
praipus
20/12/2010
09:02
To paraphrase posting from Jackie Wilson on BPC thread - The Throgmorton Investment Trust run by Blackrock [Merrill] owns some BPC - from their monthly update 0n 16/12/2010: "The main positive contributors to our outperformance during the month, relative to the Company's benchmark, were all in the resources space: Western Coal, Bahamas Petroleum and Cove Energy. Western Coal announced that it was in discussions with Walter Energy, a US listed coal producer, to be acquired. Its shares rose by more than 40% after the announcement. Bahamas Petroleum shares also rose strongly as coverage of this small oil exploration company increased. It has extensive acreage in the Bahamas, just north of oilfields in Cuban waters. Run by Alan Burns, the founder of Hardman Resources, which was sold to Tullow Oil, we see this as potentially a very exciting company." Since this update BPC (which I also own) has increased by around 60% in value and up another 5% today. Let's hope that some of this uplift will eventually filter down into THRG share price Following on from Chrisgail's latest post, it's interesting that since this bb started back in 2002 the discount to NAV has hardly changed at all. RM
rampmeister
06/12/2010
18:49
Why this wonder trust is on such a large discount to Nett Asset Value is beyond me, assets 221p shares 172p 22% discount. If they can close this gap then the subscription shares will fly.
chrisgail
18/10/2010
07:53
Bluebay accept offer shares up 30% well done Throgmorton holders.
chrisgail
16/2/2009
04:51
No more Debentures see annual report. Blackrock fund managers should do well with this trust in the years ahead.
washbrook
16/2/2009
04:48
The directors are propsing a final dividend of 1.85p plus special dividend of 3p which gives a yearly total of 5.4p Payment 1.5.09 xd 1.4.09
washbrook
16/2/2009
04:27
Now on a discount of 16.37% net yield of 3.028% Blackrock now the managers. http://trustnet.ar.wilink.com/asp/getpdf.asp?session_ID=88935FB0292446A7&virtual=V0010204246 http://www.trustnet.com/Factsheets/Factsheet.aspx?fundCode=ITTHRG&univ=T
washbrook
26/2/2007
15:57
My theory is that THRG has a tech stock flavour. The trust did very well in 2004 and 2005, but was poor in 2006. It's now come alive again, mirroring the advance in tech stocks. For example, I remember reading last year that the FM held SDL and GYG both of which have performed strongly in recent weeks.
das9
24/2/2007
17:36
Anyone out there? THRG looks a good performer. Any views?
hoggetwood
15/10/2003
04:25
Good strong Portfolio. Top 10 % held.Bottomed on 140.63p [29.1.03]to 216.45p [14.10.03]shares weighted by cap. dwv/ntg/mwlm/gyd/fdl/gyg/head/pag/rdw/crst
washbrook
13/10/2003
08:41
9.10.03 discount to nav 19.402%
washbrook
07/10/2003
22:28
glentimon: interesting web site. SINCE my comment on 15.8.02 Throgmorton Trust then 68.5 now 82.25p +20% FTSE on 15.8.02 4327.5 now 4272 -1.2825%
washbrook
17/9/2003
07:37
I've been using this stock as something of a market barometer in the last few months, and it now suggests loss of momentum, a possible ceiling, and time for something of a set-back, see: http://www.glentimon.demon.co.uk/throg.htm . It is worth mentioning that anyone using arithmetic, rather than semi-log scaling would not see this warning breakdown through the trendline.
glentimon
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