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EWI Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust Plc

139.80
-0.20 (-0.14%)
18 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust Plc EWI London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-0.20 -0.14% 139.80 16:29:27
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
139.40 138.60 140.20 139.80 140.00
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EQUITY INVESTMENT INSTRUMENTS

Edinburgh Worldwide Inve... EWI Dividends History

No dividends issued between 19 Apr 2014 and 19 Apr 2024

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Posted at 06/5/2022 15:29 by campervan1
I was just watching the tumble weed blowing along on this board and I came across this on the ewi website. A long and interesting history, with links to James Bond!
I for one will continue to hold on through this particular storm, "if necessary lashed to the wheel".
Posted at 08/3/2021 15:05 by lozzer69
Looks like all BG big bets are taking a big hit. I am still sticking with them as I believe when the rotation to value settles EWI and others will return to glory. 10 pc reversal in 2 hours no showing Blue !!!!
Posted at 21/8/2020 15:29 by uapatel
“ Rolls-Royce partners with Reaction Engines for supersonic Virgin Galactic jet”
The Times

See that EWI hold Reaction Engines as a Unlisted company holding, around 0.4% of the portfolio.
Posted at 21/6/2020 08:56 by poikka
Yes, I forgot to mention that, but nothing compared to EWI's 4.0%. I was considering the belief in Tesla amongst fund managers - that I'm using.

Whatever, Monks and EWI good growth ITs, eh.
Posted at 20/6/2020 20:50 by poikka
Very interesting interview, uapatel. I was certainly one of the naysayers regarding Tesla. Am I convinced by the story about competition being incapable of spoiling Musk's party? No, I'm not.

But Ron Baron's a billionaire, and I'm merely a millionaire; however, Baron's enthusiasm still isn't so widely shared: none of my other global IT holdings - Monks, JGGI, BUT and MYI hold shares in Tesla.

Whatever, EWI seems to be doing ok.
Posted at 10/6/2020 17:49 by uapatel
Poikka,

Might want to watch this Ron Baron interview on CNBC regarding his view on Tesla and SpaceX. Both of which EWI and SMT hold.
Posted at 22/10/2019 12:33 by poikka
Pretty rubbish NAV 'growth' over 6 months compared to JMI, although EWI US focussed so not really comparable. Yes, diversification is certainly the way to sleep nights.
Posted at 01/8/2019 08:46 by shavian
Don't feel lonely here Poikka. I've been gradually adding to EWI for months now. Similar vintage to you, so must diversify a bit from the likes of VRS and CWR, wonderful though they are.Looks like a new ATH this morning!
Posted at 05/6/2019 09:28 by poikka
Wonder if Woody's woes and fire-sales are adversely affecting EWI. Any views?
Posted at 27/12/2014 08:56 by topvest
Well I've just been reading the Annual Report. I'm not convinced by the new strategy at all. They seem to have just filled the portfolio with 0% yield disruptive technology companies that are already on very expensive valuations and loss-making. They have also indicated that the dividend is going after the final dividend not that it was that significant anyway.

I've held this from 2009 and it's done adequately (it's performed poorly next to Scottish Mortgage given it's risk profile) but I'm getting nervous about holding this much longer into 2015 given it now fails a number of my quality criteria. I've already reduced my holding on Scottish Mortgage which is exposed to a tech sell-off, but looks a better long-term hold.

I also think that Baillie Gifford could well hit a sticky patch, from an investment trust perspective, as many of their trusts have not really performed that well and are on large discounts. They certainly don't seem to be picking up new mandates or launching new trusts and are very exposed to expensive growth themes that are currently all the rage in the US tech sector. So, I will reduce or sell my small holding in these, hopefully above £4 given that this is a stock that should do well as we approach the New Year.

One point of note is that the share price appears in an interesting range and a break-upwards would no doubt be quite a bullish signal for a strong rise.

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