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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Baillie Gifford Shin Nippon Plc LSE:BGS London Ordinary Share GB00BFXYH242 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.22% 229.00 227.00 227.50 229.50 227.00 228.50 1,119,833 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 6.0 1.4 0.3 817.9 685

Baillie Gifford Shin Nip... Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/6/2018
21:30
frequent equity issues are to ensure adequate supply of shares in the market to satisfy demand - this damps down the premium to nav which has been running way too high. even +5% is high and is pricing in continuing success which is just not possible all of the time ( I wish it was but all shares have their cycle)
pjw956
30/5/2018
19:58
Can anyone tell me what advantage these frequent equity Issues are for us?
cleopatrax
23/5/2018
11:27
Interesting that premium has narrowed significantly since share split. Prior to share split (mid May) it was running at just over 10%. As of now it has reduced to just over 5%. A few new shares have been issued but not huge amounts.
cgequityinvest
14/5/2018
12:01
AGM this week so vote on 5:1 share split - £10 would be nice to reach giving a clean £2 per share. This has become my largest holding, but reluctant to trim despite the near 10% premium to NAV.
dragonsteeth
14/5/2018
08:02
New ATH at 992p. Ten quid beckons!
shavian
11/4/2018
14:47
A good Annual Financial Report , a 5:1 share split is proposed to reduce share price.
dragonsteeth
06/3/2018
15:09
Oops, sorry, screen refresh sorted it.
chopsy
06/3/2018
15:08
The six month chart is not keeping up with the intra day and the two year, on my device. Is that what you see, too?
chopsy
23/2/2018
17:20
I’ve held here for quite a while, currently the best performer in my portfolio, probably the best performer thisyear too. I was wondering if with the premium to NAV as it is whether to sell, but it keeps on performing . I do think that part of this year’s price rise was partly due to last year’s performance getting BGS lots of good publicity as one of the best performing ITs .
dragonsteeth
23/2/2018
15:55
Nice to see 950 broken, let's hope it holds.
chopsy
19/2/2018
10:57
Thanks to you both, doing well today!
chopsy
19/2/2018
10:35
Just check out the performance over 1/5/10 yrs, not comparable. BGS is the class act in the sector imo.
tudes100
19/2/2018
10:13
Dont really know. I put it down to the fact that it seems to out perform other Japanese investment trusts so i guess your paying a premium for quality.
killing_time
19/2/2018
08:49
Could you say why BGS is at a premium and JPS is at a discount? I would have thought them comparable. I have both.
chopsy
19/2/2018
08:48
Looks like good timing.
chopsy
05/2/2018
19:02
Bought a few of these today. Been looking at these for a long time but finally jumped in on the pullback. Don't really like buying at a premium but just cant see it going to a discount. KT.
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27/4/2017
15:18
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nathani01
07/9/2016
16:01
Bought in at 501 earlier today. NAV 527p, I think the yen may strengthen a bit v sterling but my basic rule with BGS is to buy at a discount and sell at a premium. The share price has dropped around 10% without the NAV moving recently, looking seriously cheap right now.
mad foetus
26/6/2016
08:11
Yes, otherwise you might as well buy the OEIC version. A bigger consideration this weekend is GBP/JPY which is unfavourable except in a hedged fund of which JPM Japan has a version. Interesting times!
shavian
23/6/2016
08:55
Nav down by 40p in two weeks. I hope to buy in again but only when the premium has disappeared
jhan66
22/6/2016
09:37
Down 4.4% today is a huge drop for a trust like this. Cannot see any obvious reason ??
betman
04/6/2016
08:15
shavian, I'm heavily into HSL as well, though to be honest there are other small cap ITs at similar discounts that I think are just as undervalued - BRSC, THRG etc Legg Mason Japan was up 3.8% overnight - 40% in 6 months, 80% in 12. Clearly there is something in the Japanese smaller company space for good stock pickers. BGS is on my radar, if it falls back (mind, I held off buying Burford when it jumped from 150p to 180 - now its 340 and still hasn't fallen back!)
mad foetus
04/6/2016
07:43
I got out on 23 May and spent the last week kicking myself, but these latest US jobs figures are ominous and will have a global effect which could badly felt in Japan. MF - interesting comment about Aviva/Friends. I'm drip feeding BGS money back into HSL which is on a stonking discount which I feel sure is bound to narrow if we vote to remain in the EU, as still seems likely.
shavian
14/5/2016
07:10
You may yet prove to have been right to sell out, my timing was pretty rubbish in the overall scheme of things.
puffintickler
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