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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blue Planet Investment Trust Plc LSE:BLP London Ordinary Share GB0005327076 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% 24.00 22.00 26.00 24.00 22.70 23.50 610 08:00:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.6 0.1 0.1 342.9 12

Blue Planet Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/1/2006
17:57
no wonder these are rising, the NAV is now 150.89p
malcolmmm
09/1/2006
11:48
well these are begining to fly
malcolmmm
06/1/2006
12:17
They actually get off their bums and go to ivestigate the banks they buy into in Europe and Russia, if sterling gets weaker they will do extremly well
malcolmmm
05/1/2006
11:28
A lot of analysts think European banks will do well this year and are under valued, hope so, nice to be making a profit after holding these for 5years, Nav- seems to be shooting up monthly. I spoke to them a few months ago, the chairman or director holds a huge amount of shares so I doubt that the trust will be wound up
malcolmmm
30/12/2005
12:22
Signing off for the new year. Have a good one, everybody. Cheers John
one for the money
29/12/2005
23:17
It wont be. So there wont be any effect! Z
zapherz
28/12/2005
22:54
What effect will wind up on 30/6/06 have on this trust
nooption
21/12/2005
14:15
Happy Christmas everyone. Lets watch this tick up next year. Best Regards Z
zapherz
21/12/2005
08:29
wouldn't worry yet about BLP. It's NAV discount narrowed significantly but it's now widened again, closer to historic discount & current discounts at worldwide & BPFU. as holder of BPFU it's been annoying me that that one stayed out so much- up to 32% at one stage
jhan66
21/12/2005
08:02
I think its just returned to the bottom of its current trading range. (time to buy??) If it drops below this current support, I'll be selling. However, IMHO it will rise from here - could reach 120/125 this time Cheers john
one for the money
20/12/2005
23:02
Wish I knew, NAV up share price down. Market logic I guess. Shame as it was doing nicely until this week. I'm in this one for the long term so not rattled. Regards Z
zapherz
20/12/2005
22:13
Any body know of a reason for the dip?
cottlet
29/11/2005
13:59
erstwhile2- thanks for the info. I have benefitted from all the Blue Planet stable over the last few months, but didn't understand why unit 1 in BPFU is performing stronger than the other identical ones today, just a freak of short term I suppose. Interesting to see your comments about correlations between the 3. they're all on a wide discount. Unwarranted by performance, exchange rate or share picks. I agree BPFU is the cheapest which is my current holding.
jhan66
29/11/2005
12:52
BPFU is a unit which consists of 1 share of each of the 10 undelrying companies. It was set up like this in the old days as it was going to be a UK building society carpetbagging outfit - hence set up 10 small cos to get 10 bites at the cherry. The 10 Companies are identical in legal strusture, assets etc. Otherwise, BPFU has a pool of assets which is virtually identical to Blue Planet European or Blue Planet Worldwide. The percentage holdings are a little different, but the correlation of the three is pretty high. So I dont know why BPFU is on a 30% discount (after the warrant dilution) and the other 2 on a 20% discount - perhaps it is the fear of the unknown structure. But its clearly the cheapest of the three. It certainly isnt due to the fact that the Blue Planet European has a windup resolution set for next years AGM (which would mean shareholders get their NAV back). The owner of blue planet management is a director of the trust and also owns 25% of it. He will obviously vote for a continuation as he did in 2004 so his management company can geep getting fees out of it. He can also control the other 2 trusts to vote their cross holdings in BLP the same way, so unless like 90% of the other shareholders actually bother to vote for a windup, it wont happen.
erstwhile2
29/11/2005
11:47
trying to understand BPFU /BPFI. (sorry if it's a bit off-topic) the individual units are all up 6.5% today with No. 1 unit up 19% (BPFA?) No wonder with diluted assets up from £17.70 to £20.97 in a month.
jhan66
17/11/2005
19:15
yes thanks for that Jhan , they do look strong
malcolmmm
17/11/2005
12:59
Thanks Jhan, interesting. Should add a few pence to the NAV! Kindest Regards Z
zapherz
17/11/2005
09:08
MOSCOW, November 16 (RIA Novosti) - Sberbank, Russia's largest state-owned savings bank, will increase its net profit by 37.3% year-on-year to more than $2 billion in 2005 according to Russian Financial Reporting Standards, First Deputy Chairman at Sberbank, Alla Alyoshkina, said Wednesday. Alyoshkina said the bank's assets would reach $88 billion by the year's end vs. $69 billion at the start of the year, while its capital base would be $8.5 billion vs. $6 billion. She added that the figures might change when the revaluation of assets was taken into account. Return on equity is expected at 26.6% against 26.3% in 2004, with a 2.7% return on assets vs. last year's 2.5%. The deputy chairman said Sberbank might also close deals to purchase banks in Kazakhstan and Ukraine before the end of the year, and split its shares to increase its capitalization in 2006 Thought this might be of interest. Sberbank= 16.7% of BLP, also 14.6% of BPlan worldwide & 17.3% of BPlan growth.
jhan66
10/10/2005
14:37
Fund Manager's Review - BLP In September our Net Asset Value rose by 10.5% to 123.78p and once again the Trust outperformed its benchmark which rose by 4.2%, by a very significant margin. The Trust's share price rose 17.4% over the month discount to net asset value stood at 20.8% at the end of the month. Makes me wonder why I ever bother peeing around with Lloyds Bank shares?
belize1970
04/10/2005
15:05
Top of the Pops today - it's just become the best performing Investment Trust in any sector on a one year view.
belize1970
03/10/2005
16:44
just one point to note. this is v heavily geared. so, it should be climbing much quicker than the mkt. but of course, it will drop much faster if/when the mkt goes down.
rambutan2
03/10/2005
13:40
Poland and Russia reported to be 'hot sectors' this a.m. on CNBC - Both BPFU (37%)and BLP (38.7%) are heavily into both countries. BPFU up 85p so far today. Which is nice ;-)
belize1970
30/9/2005
14:52
all three Blue Planet Trusts are flying. I bought BPW 2 weeks ago and it's up 25%. Wanted to sell today but changed my mind when i saw this bold statement in the accounts- Our share price rose 53.5% during the year to 87.5p. With a net asset value of 116.46p this equated to a discount to net asset value of 24.9%. We do not believe that this discount is justified given the quality of our portfolio, our past performance and our future prospects. Accordingly we believe our shares are undervalued and should be attractive to investors who like the financial sector and who want to buy into a quality, well managed portfolio at a discount. Shareholders can view the Company's share price and other information about iton the websites of Blue Planet Investment Management (www.blueplanet.eu.com (Sorry, I know its not BLP, but they're all pretty much the same investments)
jhan66
28/9/2005
12:10
MMM Agreed - still further to rise. cheers John
one for the money
28/9/2005
11:52
NAV 121.06 now ,price is rising nicely but the discount to NAV is far to much.
malcolmmm
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