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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fidelity China Special Situations Plc LSE:FCSS London Ordinary Share GB00B62Z3C74 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.23% 436.00 436.00 437.50 442.00 435.50 442.00 1,298,884 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 33.0 25.2 4.5 96.7 2,247

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/7/2011
10:12
So true and this is reflected over the past year or so. However good years often follow bad years and the risk/reward ratio makes this look attractive. I intend to invest 50% now with the intention of adding the rest on any further weakness.
colinio
29/7/2011
07:29
The past is no guarantee for the future.
imperial3
28/7/2011
16:05
worth a punt at this price will hopefully buy tomorrow, and sell in about 3 years time once I've doubled my money. I have great faith in Mr Bolton as he has always delivered in the past and made me a considerable amount of money.
colinio
28/7/2011
15:02
Just the same way you would by any other share Col.
whizzy1
28/7/2011
10:27
How do you buy these is it just through Fidelity, or can you buy them through a broker? Thanks in advanvce.
colinio
26/7/2011
16:59
Watch out for a huge sell off if the Yanks get down graded, sell bots will go berserk Im sure, but personally I'm going to sit tight & hope for an upturn towards the year end and just buy on the dips.
whizzy1
25/7/2011
22:35
If America,defaults,make sure you are not crushed,scrambling for the exits.
imperial3
21/7/2011
23:40
oh dear... this don't look pretty does it?
3taz
21/7/2011
23:21
So that's Greece sorted.... next
whizzy1
21/7/2011
19:09
You can be rest assured that Mr Bolton and Fidelity have done very nicely out of this.The question is,have you?
imperial3
19/7/2011
17:36
Ask yourself this.Are there better opportunities elsewhere in the stockmarket?
imperial3
19/7/2011
12:10
As soon as Whizzy stops buying these will revert to a 10-15 discount like all int he sector. Few no-hopers out there still buying this on the belief Bolton's going to knock the ball out of the park. He's taken 15 months to get his eye in and the performance speaks for itself...SELL
roman2325
19/7/2011
06:05
Looks as though as this is still going down,due to poor markets,inmho.
imperial3
18/7/2011
21:55
Can anyone explain why this is trading at a fractional discount to NAV when something like FJV is negative 10-15%?
the avoint
18/7/2011
21:32
Will you still remain so come the end of the week.
imperial3
18/7/2011
13:19
The yanks need to sort out their default chaos on Friday, still in profit though ( for the moment lol )
whizzy1
18/7/2011
12:44
Bolton reveals losses at China holdings accused of fraud http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/fc1bc16c-adf2-11e0-a2ab-00144feabdc0.html?ftcamp=rss#axzz1S4y3KZoK
strollingmolby
18/7/2011
10:58
As is so often the case,the initial enthusiasm has waned,and the general poor market sentiment has taken over.
imperial3
18/7/2011
10:54
It really depends upon your strategy here. In the short term this has been a good trading share but it remains to be seen how good an investment this will be as a long term hold !
masurenguy
18/7/2011
10:49
Of course.These were heavily promoted to the general public,without whom,they would not be making money.They have got the cash now,and good for them.But currently for the private investor who holds these,the story is not as good.
imperial3
18/7/2011
10:23
The MMs, Fidelity ...
gbb483
18/7/2011
09:43
Now, who is making money out of these?
imperial3
18/7/2011
09:01
I'll sell you some more if you want Whizzy
roman2325
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