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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% 27.00 25.00 29.00 27.00 27.00 27.00 7,500 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.6 0.1 0.1 385.7 13

Blue Planet Investment Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/1/2007
11:41
Nice rise in the share price in the last couple of days. Still 10% below the last published net asset value - quite a wide discount, given that BLP is the 7th best performing investment trust over the last 12 months according to Trustnet.
jimbox1
02/1/2007
21:18
At last a close for the day above the resistance, lets hope it can hold. Best wishes for the new year. Regards Z
zapherz
31/12/2006
14:48
Make or break time? Hopefully both, happy new year.
foster
29/12/2006
14:16
hmmmmmmmmmmm up up and away
malcolmmm
29/11/2006
23:04
I had a feeling that would happen! But on the positive side, it's just formed a higher low, so we could be on for another attempt to break the top.... Z
zapherz
28/11/2006
13:30
spoke too soon
uk013645
17/11/2006
22:50
Hope this doesnt form a double top now! Z
zapherz
14/11/2006
11:24
Nice to see NAV moving ahead strongly to a new all-time high. Discount remains comfortable and share price is responding.
foster
31/10/2006
19:37
Similar volatility in BPW over the last five days. There is often no logic behind Blue Planet's short term price movements. They can provide good trading opportunities, but do not rely on automatic stoploss orders.
foster
31/10/2006
12:03
Any thoughts on the drop today ?
midasmonkey
25/10/2006
13:53
Looks like these are on the up again, nice to see after disappointment after initial purchase, 6years ago at 100p , pretty volatile though
malcolmmm
03/5/2006
12:50
Finally the uptrend resumes - i hope! pity my timing was out by almost 2 months :(
royalt
02/5/2006
16:11
still monitoring Sberbank. Up 7.5% today, now 30% gain since mid March low point. Hopefully soon up at their earlier highs and with any luck Blue Planet prices will track them again
jhan66
27/4/2006
10:44
Sberbank have positive news out 26.04.2006 Sberbank. Posts record net income; rating under review up 5% yesterday & 12% in the month. should benefit all Blue Planet Trusts.
jhan66
27/4/2006
09:20
Jhan, thanks. I agree. With many investment trusts the reason for a wide discount is obvious. In the case of Blue Planet at the present time I cannot understand the high discounts or their movements. Like yourself, I see this as an opportunity. Why did the BLP discount widen to 25% last December when the NAV continued to steadily rise? Why then did the discount disappear altogether in March. If you agree with the views of the investment manager, then buying at a large discount can reduce your risk. On the other hand, however good the manager's perfomance, I never buy or hold Investment Trusts at a premium. I like to think the current 15-20% discount provides a buffer and limits the downside.
foster
26/4/2006
20:50
Hi foster, Sorry about delay in replying. Not sure if any benefits really. Just keen on following & seeing exactly what the investment mix is. UT/oeic's don't suffer the discount levels that have hindered BP's Investment Trusts, but I can't really complain about that because I've taken advantage of the discount movements in the past.
jhan66
24/4/2006
21:01
Jhan, I had missed that; thanks for flagging it up. What would be the advantage of an oeic over the investment trusts, which offer generous discount, high gearing and (probably) lower charges?
foster
22/4/2006
09:50
just noticed couple of good articles on the Blue Planet website http://www.blueplanet.eu.com/ (bottom of page) PDF interview with FT & Money Observer from earlier this month. Worth a look & quite reassuring after strong short term growth. Think I'll watch out for their oeic
jhan66
19/4/2006
09:20
Bought back 1000 for a small (maybe short-duration) punt on these. IMHO the discount to NAV - though NAV has fallen - is too great and the US interest rate 'rumours' of the end to the rate rises over there may just stir things up. We shall see. Cheers john
one for the money
19/4/2006
08:07
Since my post on 18/4, I see BLP has announced net asset value of 169.99 as at 14/4/06, so at 134, the share price is at a 21.2% discount to net assets. I'm no Stochastic, but the discount would have to widen to 33% for the share price to be 114p, other things being equal.
jimbox1
18/4/2006
17:20
I am waiting for the Stochastics to give me a clue when to get in, but I reckon around 114p...imo
cezary
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