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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
  -25.00 -5.98% 393.00 393.00 394.50 411.00 393.00 408.00 697,266 09:10:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 33.0 25.2 4.5 87.1 2,026

Fidelity China Special S... Share Discussion Threads

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10/8/2012
08:46
More skepticism ! Still warching from the sidelines looking for a possible re-entry position. However yesterdays published NAV, at a 4% premium to the current share price, suggests that this still has the potential to go lower, so I'm still sitting on my hands here. Is It Time to Ditch Anthony Bolton? It has been more than two years since the fund management legend launched investment trust Fidelity China Special Situations to great fanfare, and it has been a bumpy ride. Fidelity China Special Situations has fallen a jolting 26% since launch in April 2010, compared to a 14% drop in its benchmark MSCI China index. Is it time to ditch Anthony Bolton? http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/48492867
masurenguy
24/7/2012
00:05
You pay your money you take your chances. Potential high rewards always come at a higher risk. Who is to blame Bolton, Fidelity or the individual who decided to invest in the first place?
colinio
20/7/2012
07:53
The charts are showing this is going to fall through the floor
roman2325
20/7/2012
07:43
the charts are showing positive
rocketblast
19/7/2012
13:42
come on Bolton and Fidelity buy these funds if you believe in them...we are waiting for a 20% plus not negative
rocketblast
19/7/2012
12:54
so where is the 20% return now, wots going on and why are management not buying more????
rocketblast
19/7/2012
08:53
hmmmmm actually going up, come on get to 80p this week, maybe the top management and staff are buying .... as they should
rocketblast
19/7/2012
07:45
Why do we have the worst performer....and whats being done about it. We should NOT be charged for having these funds at a loss below £1...and remember we get charged on a NAV 77.47p ....even more money taken from us. Come on Anthony lets see you buy MORE....show your strength and belief in FCSS
rocketblast
19/7/2012
07:43
When are we going to see FCSS back at £1...... give an estimate in time...3yrs, 5yrs or 10 yrs OR Maybe this XMAS !!!!!! now that would be good
rocketblast
28/6/2012
13:21
Bolton's personal stake is down a mill - anyone checked Bolton's salary recently?
roman2325
25/6/2012
14:16
Has Anthony Bolton Been Shanghaied By China or is now the time to back Fidelity's veteran fund manager? For the year ended 31 March 2012, FCSS reported an 18.5% fall in net asset value (NAV) -- from £684m to £559m -- under-performing the MSCI China benchmark index by 6%. The share price dropped an even more precipitous 26.4%. Over the same period, the humble FTSE 100 index managed a 1.2% gain...FCSS is currently the most highly leveraged investment trust I can find in the emerging markets sector! Shareholders should have been aware all along that Bolton is a super bull on China................Bolton now has over two years' of experience in China under his belt and has made plenty of mistakes from which he will have learnt. FCSS's shares are trading at 73.6p, which is a 5% discount to NAV and a massive 26% discount to the price investors paid for the shares when the trust launched in April 2010............I should tell you that Bolton's personal stake in his fund is down about £1 million. http://www.fool.co.uk/news/investing/2012/06/22/has-anthony-bolton-been-shanghaied-by-china.aspx
masurenguy
14/5/2012
10:31
http://www.independent.ie/business/chinas-stateowned-banks-really-are-built-on-quicksand-3105947.html
lbo
01/5/2012
07:44
A more positive view of Chinese prospects ! China will overtake the US to become the world's largest economy in five years After years of double digit expansion China is trying to slow economic growth to a more sedate annual rate of 7.5%. Jonathan Fenby, author of Tiger Head, Snake Tails, tells Robert Miller how that will be achieved. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/9237790/China-will-overtake-the-US-to-become-the-worlds-largest-economy-in-five-years.html
masurenguy
26/4/2012
15:29
So we invest in FCSS because it's reinvesting in China - isn't it? Oh no it isn't - it's reinvesting in us, by buying the shares back at less than the issue price. China? forget it, the mugs investing in the UK stock market are the ones to milk.
gbb483
23/4/2012
16:59
Bolton hints that he will buy another put option soon to protect the trust in the short-term Think i will stick to tesco shares for now!
colinio
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