Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Baillie Gifford US Growth LSE:USA London Ordinary Share GB00BDFGHW41 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.10p +0.10% 102.60p 102.00p 103.20p - - - 426,711 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 24.64

Baillie Gifford US Growth Share Discussion Threads

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03/4/2018
19:17
Good luck guys
luckymouse
03/4/2018
18:24
Baillie Gifford is a top quality Edinburgh based IT provider inc popular names such as SMT, EWI, BGS Tom Burnet is fund Chairman (respected Chair of AIM company Accesso Technology Group plc) In spring 2018 BG launched a new fund focused on finding exceptional US disruptors EPIC:USA This particular category is the holy grail of investing ie AMZN is up 1million% since IPO 20yrs ago https://www.bailliegifford.com/en/uk/individual-investors/funds/baillie-gifford-us-growth-trust/
luckymouse
26/3/2018
13:09
Yes I bought a few for the wife's isa. Nice to see a small lift today, a good start.
blondviking
22/3/2018
21:45
Anyone buy some?
marksp2011
05/9/2017
14:55
ALL, These post contain an interesting archive of late 2007 early 2008 Credit Crunch News.
ben gunn
26/2/2016
18:33
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ariesr
26/2/2016
18:33
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ariesr
25/7/2014
09:49
June month end July signals confirmed that the equity recovery was a storm in a teacup except for USA Tech which has powered ahead. Aside from Henderson Technology (still held at 20th July)we have used absolute return and diversified growth funds to mop up recent equity holdings which proved a mistake. To tighten signal discipline the Risk Asset decision map will now be produced in full monthly to show where reward trend and net trend meets hurdle returns.
ben gunn
29/5/2014
17:14
23 May 2014 The NAS rose over 2% last week (an annual rate of over 100%) and we see this as a potentially significant breakout. From Monday 26th May we see the 6 months from Nov 2013 as a useful period of consolidation and with the VIX below 12 we are more scared of getting left behind than being too early. Our tactics are to commence re-building equity positions through shifting our high cash holdings into key equities and trusts, de-weighting certain safety first holdings and trimming the weaker performing bond trusts as SLXX remains trendless. Our fund of the month is Cavendish technology. (obviously individual funds whose weekly support line remains below their monthly support line are strictly off limits) DigitalInvest rules. With the current artificial lowering of interest rates we are looking at a move to cut certain asset class performance hurdles so that they remain realistic. This translates into a permanent policy of holding four parallel sets of asset class hurdles for monetary policy states: loose (like summer 2014) quite loose quite tight tight
ben gunn
06/5/2014
16:34
2013 Overview: Following the post in Feb above there were 8 more weeks of astonishing equity gains. By the end of April this upthrust looked overdone and we were casting around for the next hole for our funds as the performance of bonds looked drab. A lucky meeting with Stewart Cowley (Old Mutual Bond guru) at the Morningstar conference gave us the lead-"non-directional funds". Translated this means we were sitting comfortably (if staidly) in Targeted Absolute Return funds during the shake-out from May to July. As well as Crispin Odey it was David Crawford at City Financial and the team at Cazenove who did so well that they later soft closed their funds All bar David Crawford). By 7th November 2013 we were seeing a huge point of inflection in the Dow but the NAS continued to surge up until April 2014. This meant that we played a few games with Smaller companies and Techs but generally re-positioned in long Gilts and wider Absolute returns such as Shroder Absolute credit and Standard Life Distribution as well as sinking about 75% into Absolute Return.The last 5 years now look like: 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
ben gunn
29/7/2013
09:28
Hello I would need to know what is the USA's equivalent of the FSA Thank you for your help
balto
24/2/2013
20:10
8 Months Later. (Late Feb report) Mid 2012 showed a mixed but positive picture up to eve of Pres. election week but following the subsequent severe late Oct early Nov shake-out and better news from Europe- a clear uptrend commenced which we bought into: Gradually in Dec 2012 Fully in Jan 2013 Strong (as in over 80%) by the start of Feb. At the point of writing there is still no medium term confirmation of Equity bias but the short term picture is solid and gains of over 10% in 2 months mean that this could be the start of a solid uptrend, even if a short one. Commentators continue to see weakness in trade, confidence and GDP. The US housing market data show bursts of life that may confirm recovery but given the high levels of short term govt stimulous the net picture is hardly encouraging. The more bearish commentators continue to press for bank balance sheets to be shaken out. A return to positive real interest rates will achieve this.
ben gunn
20/12/2012
15:15
Looks like the end of nyse in it's current form...........ice will probably keep the iconic wall st........
petralva
30/10/2012
10:24
No exceptions?
fatnacker
30/10/2012
10:21
lol I hope all our US friends will stay safe in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
lgw
30/10/2012
08:36
Shocking picture of Hurricane Sandy hitting New York
ohojim
30/10/2012
08:25
Good plan. We don't want a contagion or a storm in the markets.
notanewmember2
30/10/2012
08:22
Hurricane Sandy forces US markets to shut for a second day Markets in the US will not be open today (Tuesday, 30 Oct 12), as Hurricane Sandy continues its path along the eastern seaboard of the USA. "Frankenstein's Monstorm" shut US markets yesterday as well, but things are looking good for trading to resume tomorrow. NYSE warns that is is a "precautionary" plan though and if conditions get worse, trading might not resume until later in the week. ---- News NYSE - Hurricane Sandy Planning NASDAQ - Trader News National Hurricane Centre - Atlantic cyclones update page ADVFN - NYSE Still Closed For the Second Day John
jgpgw
29/10/2012
13:38
What are you 'saying' John? Has Irene gone in for gender re-assignment treatment, came out as Sandy and as a result has been piling on the pounds ?
monte1
29/10/2012
11:57
This hurricane is HUGE. Have a look at this link and use the slider in the middle of the image to compare the sizes of Irene (from last year) to Sandy: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203880704578084772419442066.html John
jgpgw
29/10/2012
11:55
Lazy lot. Cannot believe they would shut up shop because of a bit of wind and rain. What are those people made of?, toilet paper or something?.
shug5ter
29/10/2012
11:24
Thanks, John.
golly blackwell
29/10/2012
10:58
Hurricane Sandy forces US markets to shut Markets in the US will not be open today (29 Oct 12), as Hurriance Sandy blows in on the eastern seaboard of the USA. "Frankenstorm" (or "Frankenstein's Monstorm", for Shelley buffs) is forecast to have passed New York by Tuesday morning, so we hope our American cousins will escape without too much damage or other trouble and the markets will be open again tomorrow. ---- News NYSE - NYSE Euronext Statement on Closure of U.S. Markets National Hurricane Centre - Atlantic cyclones update page ADVFN - Sandy Puts NYSE and Nasdaq Trading to a Halt John
jgpgw
14/6/2012
11:19
One year later from the June/July 2011 signal..... Our metrics have been adjusted to reflect the Global DOW index as the key underlying "positive bias towards equity markets, or negative bias". This follows ten months of weak trends since AUG 2011 and some of our portfolios switchhing back to equities in March 2012 only to re-switch, expensively, to sovereign bonds in late April/early May 2012. The incredible mass of the Global DOW prevents sub-trends appearing as trends and we shall use it as our sheet anchor in future. 2011 remains an excellent year for Digitalinvesting but 2012 has been damaged by this mistake in the first 5 months and we shall see what we shall see. 95% sovereign bonds with bits of exposure to gold remains our plan. The impact of the current negative bias is that we respond to all fresh signals immediately rather than wait for confirmation at month end.
ben gunn
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