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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Acorn Income Fund Ld LSE:AIF London Ordinary Share GB0004829437 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 352.00 348.00 356.00 352.00 352.00 352.00 12,648 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 4.2 3.5 22.3 15.8 56

Acorn Income Fund Ld Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/8/2014
11:28
keeps dropping nearly 25% off my peak wonder if i should move to a small cap etf
grimtrader
01/7/2014
14:07
More good news today.
plasybryn
25/6/2014
09:35
Shame they announced the transaction in their own shares at 17.30! Not an ideal time. Still watch the NAV not the share price
plasybryn
23/6/2014
13:09
I believe they can buy back shares to manage the discount if it gets too wide. At the moment the weakness looks silly and we should judge its performance on the the NAV performance. As long as that stays strong, the share price will recover at some point so this makes it good value right now.
plasybryn
20/6/2014
16:04
Nice discount now. Do they have a process for managing the discount.
plasybryn
10/6/2014
14:46
Looking like we get a little bounce. Wonder why no NAV RNS for yesterday?
trader2
10/6/2014
09:17
FM death (whilst tragic for the family) looks to have created significant sell weighted volume - beyond the significance of the incident in a pure business sense. Couple of large sell weighted trades (30K and 40K)just gone on trades list for today. OK we have had a good run-up - but selling on this scale?? Why??
trader2
06/2/2014
10:43
And the NAV is holding up very well, considering recent mkt wobbles
wirralowl
06/2/2014
08:09
The share price is now trading at quite a discount to NAV. Imo, that is a very attractive buy signal when the company is a continuous strong performer such as Acorn.
alroyrob
04/2/2014
18:28
Thanks alroyrob. Appreciate your effort. Makes sense. Just had to top up.
quattro44
04/2/2014
16:47
To me this seems like a very natural correction after the strong rise of recent months, and reflects the wider market correction and temporary 'risk-off' sentiment in global markets. Currently trading at a nice discount to NAV of 363p, which strikes me as a great opportunity to top up...and that's exactly what I did this afternoon.
m1das_touch
04/2/2014
16:10
Thanks alroyrob. You have had more success than I have, so far. And just in time to stop me selling some.
asmodeus
04/2/2014
14:21
Quattro44- I have contacted the company and was told that they believe there were some automated stop losses 'badly handled' by the Brokers last week and that is what has caused this situation. Imo, if/when the investors who were stopped out decide that the bottom has been reached and buy back in.. the share price could rise just as quickly as it has fallen. I see that the share price has just reached the 200 sma, often a common point to bounce from.
alroyrob
04/2/2014
14:15
I have phoned Premier Asset Management for an explanation, and they say Nigel Sidebottom has been asked to phone me back.
asmodeus
04/2/2014
12:11
Something just not right here.
quattro44
01/2/2014
07:28
Could it be interest-rates worries? There is a large holding of bonds etc. What are the implications of the rate-rises in Turkey etc.?
asmodeus
31/1/2014
17:29
That is not a lot for this fall. More likely just PIs spooked and taking profits after a good year. All small 'O' trades.
quattro44
31/1/2014
16:45
The only other thing might be that the NAV seems to be falling - 372.36 on 20th Jan. Today 365.30 ?
asmodeus
30/1/2014
15:43
It seems to me that a lot of stop losses have been triggered.
alroyrob
30/1/2014
12:27
I cannot find anything specific either. Apart from affects of possible hedging and performance fees which should not affect the price so suddenly, I cannot see any of the underlying investments have collapsed anywhere. Strange, or just buy more?
quattro44
30/1/2014
12:20
Can't find anything yet Quattro.
asmodeus
30/1/2014
12:02
Can someone offer an explanation as to what has happened here?
quattro44
13/1/2014
12:14
What a superb chart. Growth & dividend income
plasybryn
14/5/2013
13:12
Why has the price been frozen since I bought a few weeks ago?
trewsa
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