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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 26.50 26.50 0.00 08:00:04
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
20/10/2009
19:06
Pleased I sold these at £2 a couple of years ago and decided to back at 30p in May - not my usual luck! Would be nice to sell them at £2 again, but I think I may bail out at £1 this time.... Best wishes all holders Z
zapherz
14/10/2009
16:21
up up and away
malcolmmm
11/10/2009
00:51
no just a canny investor making a mint on these, see previous posts.......you lose out JC ? net asset value 105p still a nil brainer, these will be 200p in a years time IMO
malcolmmm
10/10/2009
12:39
Are you the fund manager?
joeycooper
10/10/2009
00:03
almost there
malcolmmm
11/5/2009
15:23
These are soaring, something must be going on here
malcolmmm
11/5/2009
11:18
director buying........ can see these at 100p before long..going upppppppppp
malcolmmm
07/5/2009
14:32
steaming ahead, can see these at over 100p in a few months time as banks recover and they are paying a div
malcolmmm
24/4/2009
10:13
Nice recovery
malcolmmm
16/4/2009
16:44
Anyone top-up when these were 23p with NAV of 52p......... a no brainer?
malcolmmm
31/12/2008
12:07
these are bumping around the bottom, wait untill a few more banks go to the wall then buy them on a bad day......in 2 years time they most prob be around £2
malcolmmm
14/11/2008
11:02
NAV 66.33p , share price 42p , around 40% discount to NAV. Maybe worth a punt?
malcolmmm
28/10/2008
10:21
take a loo at the dividend yield on this http://www.blueplanet.eu/blueplanet_sit_map.195.html
malcolmmm
24/10/2008
14:10
Take a look at the holdings and decide for yourself...Russia 47% ! Suggest u may as well put it on the black at the casino. But biggest holding is in his hedge fund. Nice double fat fees anyway :)
woracle
24/10/2008
12:56
bloody hell.excuse language, these may be oversold , thoughts?
malcolmmm
10/10/2008
12:03
No news but.... you could now buy at 69p again... brave though !!
kiwi2007
15/9/2008
18:29
47% of their holdings are in Russia which hasn't helped performance I'd imagine? http://www.trustnet.com/it/funds/?fund=67416 Like you DF I've been in and out before ... watching with interest.
kiwi2007
13/9/2008
14:36
Made money in at 140 and out at 180 a couple of years ago - been watching since - should've shorted, but not organised enough. Agree, when they hit bottom, I suspect the fundamentals are sound, unless they have been forced sellers with nothing left for the side when it comes.
donaferentes
13/9/2008
13:16
By investing in Russia and hedging against the dollar these look doomed for now. But I would not think that they will sink much futher. I am watching for any breakout, good share to trade short term
malcolmmm
10/7/2008
12:48
Note the tiny market cap of this Fund ( £16M) which means it may be riven by relatively high management costs etc.. Not for me. I'll stick with JII ADN etc regds H
hectorp
22/4/2008
16:50
g0d how boring...
jimbob220
08/2/2008
14:39
Pretty devastating for Ken Murray: 'Unreliable witness' Murray loses fight for cash payoff Ken Murray, the maverick Scottish financier, could be more than £1m worse off after yesterday losing his High Court battle for a three-year payoff from his former company Murray Financial Corporation. Mr Justice Stanley Burnton also said that Mr Murray proved to be "an unreliable witness" who was not entitled to the payoff, worth £763,000, after he quit as chief executive of MFC last summer. Mr Murray, 45, faces the prospect of paying MFC's legal bills, likely to be more than £250,000. David Ingram, a partner at Ingram Winter Green which acted for MFC, said: "It is an outright victory. We were always confident that we would defeat his claim. We will now be seeking that he pays the company's costs." Mr Murray said in a statement that he was considering an appeal. He said: "Having discussed the judgment with my solicitors we are extremely disappointed with this outcome." The case centred on Mr Murray's contract at MFC, an Edinburgh-based company which raised £10m in 1998 to try to demutualise building societies. His 12-month service agreement would rise to three years if MFC bought a "financial institution". However the group, now Leisureplay, never succeeded in buying a building society. Mr Murray argued in the five-day hearing last month that he was entitled to the cash because MFC bought Insurance Village, an online insurance broker, in March 2000. MFC also signed "heads of agreement" to buy Blue Planet Investment Management, a fund management business owned by Mr Murray, in November 2001. In the 39-page ruling yesterday, Mr Justice Burnton said that neither Insurance Village nor Blue Planet qualified as "financial institutions". The judge also threw out an attempt by Mr Murray to amend his case so that he could claim common law damages for £265,000 for one year's pay. In the judgment, Mr Justice Burnton said suggestions that Insurance Village was a "financial institution" were "risible". Of Mr Murray's evidence, he said: "Mr Murray is a highly intelligent man and clearly an able businessman. He was however an unreliable witness." A letter from MFC's solicitor Semple Fraser to the Takeover Panel in October 2001 claimed that MFC buying Blue Planet was "not in [Mr Murray's] mind or in his contemplation" when Blue Planet bought 1m MFC shares. However, Mr Justice Bowman said that, given that Mr Murray had discussed selling Blue Planet to MFC two weeks earlier with MFC's chairman Bryan Rankin, "it is difficult to accept that Mr Murray did not have in mind the possibility of MFC purchasing BPIM when he purchased the shares on 28 February. . . at best Semple Fraser's letter discloses an economy with the truth". http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtml?xml=/money/2004/08/06/cnmurr06.xml
simon gordon
10/1/2008
11:17
what's all that about BHP?
malcolmmm
04/1/2008
12:16
Thats what I was wondering.. maybe higher as the shares have moved ahead, usually the insiders buy before we get to know
malcolmmm
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