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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
  0.50 0.13% 382.00 381.00 383.50 385.00 380.50 382.50 1,040,547 16:29:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 33.0 25.2 4.5 84.7 1,969

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/5/2013
08:55
Now in fourth week touring around Southern China. Some impressions. Firstly every internal flight is full. Airports are heaving. They are massively efficient. Even when things go wrong they are put right immediately so a missed or cancelled flight here is no big deal. Air travel has to be a huge potential investment. The numbers of foreign traveellers - for whatever reason - are impressive especially Russian (sadly) Israeli South African and South Korean. Anthony Bolton here has to be your main investment targets. New airport terminals are going up everywhere and the appetitie for Chinese to move around the country on business for holidays or just for personal reasons such as visiting family, is huge. Cash machines and banks are busy. The big need especially in the south is for improved railway services which are dreadful. Trains are heaving but the system is diabolically tired and new rolling stock and tracks are desperately needed. Systems need to be addressed - the Chinese here in the South know how to make life difficult for evryone. Internal tourism grows fast but little of it is seaside or coastal. The Chinese run hotels are generally - with some exceptions - very poor still and one looks to stay at Marriotts, Sofitels, Shangri Las etc. These are excellent, professionally run and a real treat at comparitively low prices. Getting a a free upgrade is par for the course. Loads of potential here for investment but not for PIs. This is a country where one has to think big. Investing in Mr Bolton's China fund is a way in but I fear for Anthony's health in this fast run demanding and exhausting place which is not for the elderly, even if they live in Hong Kong luxury most of the time.
greek islander
14/5/2013
18:19
Another 1,000,000 buy back today. Good stuff.
whizzy1
10/5/2013
15:52
Looks like Mr Boltons still on the war path Re: bringing the NAV closer to the SP, more share buy backs today. See previous threads of mine, I saw this drop as soon as he got greedy an diluted the market @1.27p glad he's put his tail inbetween his legs. Should be a quid soon.
whizzy1
11/3/2013
17:56
So JPM IT Chinese (157.5p) and Fidelity SS China (96p) are both trading again towards the bottom of their respective discount-to-NAV ranges. China's currency reserves have been balooning again; I wouldn't be surprised if the peg moves slightly upwards, with positive implication for these two £-priced investment trusts. :-)
alphahunter
10/3/2013
16:28
Yes, it's not like he's Warren Buffet anyway. I think his investment approach is reasonably average, albeit probably just about second quartile. Let's face he is still underwater here which is rubbish in the time frame he has had! I think he will stay until he regains a reasonable profit otherwise his legacy as a good investor will be in tatters.
topvest
09/3/2013
13:12
You'll just have to wait and see is a fair response when asked will you be around for the next 5-10 years!
1066monkey
08/3/2013
16:29
Didnt like the answer at the end http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/investing/9918053/Anthony-Bolton-on-China-and-the-FTSE.html
smicker
06/3/2013
00:25
Come on me old China.
whizzy1
05/3/2013
18:23
Good finish.
whizzy1
05/3/2013
18:23
In for another big one today, another 15k @92.5 just after lunch.
whizzy1
18/2/2013
15:01
NAV's touched over a quid, just hope the slack tightens up.
whizzy1
14/2/2013
00:12
With a £10k investment here really pleased at the way it is turning around and debating with myself whether it is time to get back in to it. I did so well out of the original Fidelity Special Values (still hold a bundle) that my long term faith in Bolton has never waivered.
greek islander
08/2/2013
12:53
http://news.sky.com/story/1049471/chinese-data-boosts-economic-recovery-hopes
knowing
06/2/2013
14:31
Japan also seems to be doing very well and certainly should be part of any portfolio at present. Nikkei was up big time today.
knowing
05/2/2013
16:24
Right, I think we shall see the next leg up after a little bit of profit taking.
whizzy1
04/2/2013
15:50
MONEY OBSERVER: Investment firm Fidelity has witnessed its 'busiest January for seven years' and says the Isa season - when investors rush to fill up their Isas before the end of the tax year - may have come early. Mark Till, head of Fidelity UK personal investing, comments: 'We've had a very busy January. All the money's been "risk on", so it's flowing into equity funds. It's more about new money coming into equity funds though, rather than investors all switching out of bond funds.' He adds: 'The Fidelity China Special Situations investment trust has also recorded its biggest January inflow since it launched.'
whizzy1
02/2/2013
21:37
WhizzyIt would appear you were right!We do seem to have pulled back a bit. Silly really. Why wait all this time and liquidate when you just break even?
1066monkey
01/2/2013
12:22
Or woman - political correctness - sorry.
redartbmud
01/2/2013
12:21
Brave man!
redartbmud
01/2/2013
08:50
So just put my money where my mouth is, £9800 buy @95.15
whizzy1
30/1/2013
17:03
Monkey Man : I'm guessing there are lots of PI's out there who must have sworn to let go once they see their investment reach status quo RE IPO a quid, or managers calling this one quits due to past 18 months performance. Mine is a ten year retirement plan, so in for the long run, like others on here, ISA stuffed with them. Slight pull back today but charts expecting it, a bit to high too quickly, Maybe i'll be in again with my last cash reserves @ 95's if and when. Anyway, time will tell obv. Whizz
whizzy1
30/1/2013
08:44
Looking forward to seeing this hit 100p! I bought in on original offer and saw it rise initially then drop back to 74p. I bought more using my full ISA allowance this year and April 5 cant come soon enough to top up with more! ~Great stuff!
g.j.a
29/1/2013
23:23
WhizzyDisagree. If the NAV rises above 100p so will the share price in all probability. Not like a share in a company where investors can easily disagree about valuation.
1066monkey
29/1/2013
09:04
The quids fast approaching, I think it will be an interesting psychological barrier? I sold at 117p and started re-buying from 74p so all gravy for me. Still I look forward to see how things progress. Whizz.
whizzy1
29/1/2013
09:04
Superb Monday, £1025 in one day, all tax free!
whizzy1
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