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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Foresight Solar Fund Limited LSE:FSFL London Ordinary Share JE00BD3QJR55 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.10 -3.21% 93.50 95.90 96.30 97.00 95.90 97.00 16,920,533 16:45:46
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 39.6 -7.2 -1.2 - 568

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/6/2021
08:11
Not hanging around for the dividend @Typo56? ;)
spectoacc
18/6/2021
20:16
I picked up some FSFL at close today. It was the biggest gap down in the auction of any of the FTSE changes, with 2% of the company uncrossing. I'm hoping for at least a bit of a bounce next week.
typo56
18/6/2021
15:41
Having sold 50% of my holding last month in advance of FSFL being relegated from the FTSE-250, I've gone back in today at just below 96.50p. Index funds need to be out of the stock and rebalanced by COB today, hence the downward price pressure. Hopefully more positive price movement going forward from here. Didn't actually put my full amount back into FSFL as I liked the results from NESF yesterday and so put some into there as well. Interesting comments coming out of the NESF investor call yesterday. The view, as has been mine for sometime, is that the consultants forward electricity price projections are too pessimistic and are not in sync with actual forward prices in the electricity market. The consultants appear to be taking a far to cautious view. My thinking is if the consultants start to bring their projections into line with actual forward market prices there could be some hefty re-ratings across the renewable sector.
ec2
16/6/2021
12:04
Thought their would have been a trading statement, as it's the AGM today.Market not impressed, neither am I.Little sign of any future capital gain to share price and still trading above NAV. As soon as dividends make up the shortfall in the slight capital loss I have here, I'm selling these.
gateside
15/6/2021
13:18
AGM tomorrow
gateside
24/5/2021
21:38
Long term dropping out of the FTSE250 is not likely to cause an issue but I think there could be some volatility next week. As the shares are very liquid, trade on a narrow spread and there is no stamp duty to buy back in, I sold half my holding today with a view to possibly buying back in at a lower price. I had a limit order to sell at 99p which was a price that worked for me and triggered at 16.01 this afternoon.
ec2
21/5/2021
19:25
NESF got demoted in the last reshuffle, and it hasn't had much effect on its share price, if anything it has done better than FSFL which is still in the ftse250 Looks like both FSFL & JLEN will both be demoted from the FTSE250 at the next reshuffle.
gateside
21/5/2021
13:59
Any thoughts on this funds likely demotion out of the FTSE250 at the next reshuffle in a couple of weeks, in terms of impact on SP? Some funds holding this will therefore have to rebalance. I haven’t been holding this long, and not a large holding so still around break even. Wondering whether to hold or twist.
gbcol
17/5/2021
15:40
Thanks for the updates. Share price might not do much going forward, but a solid 7% yield here, which was confirmed for the year ahead.
gateside
17/5/2021
15:33
near term electric prices look very good for FSFL. This year they have hedged 50% of expected sales at 44GBP I think, whilst 2022 is looking at maybe 70 GBP! "Similar movements were seen in seasonal power contracts, which averaged 6.9% higher, as winter 21 and summer 22 expanded 8.1% and 7.8% respectively, rising to £84.46/MWh and £62.50/MWh." hxxps://www.edwt.org/news/energy-wholesale-market-review
llef
17/5/2021
08:08
NAV out at 91.9, down from 95.8 Reasons are very similar to BSIF "The decrease in NAV over the first quarter is largely attributable to a downward revision in the medium and long-term power price forecasts during the period (-2.3 pence per share) and the recent announcement of the increase in UK Corporation Tax to 25% from April 2023 (-1.3 pence per share), which is assumed to remain unchanged thereafter for the remaining useful economic life of the UK portfolio assets." Bit disappointing, but the forecasted power price seems to quite volatile, and obviously depends on the quality of the models....
llef
05/5/2021
08:51
BSIF figs out, NAV down 2p due to changed future price power "estimates", and down another 3p due to proposed corporate tax changes. I imagine FSFL will see similar reductions in NAV in due course too.
llef
04/5/2021
13:36
Electricity day ahead auction prices as shown by NordPool have so far this year been consistently higher than those of the previous two years. Can't speak for what prices will be ten years out, but they're more than holding up in the near term. Div should be more than well funded this year on the basis that last year it was fully covered even with the much weaker elec prices. Looks like there will be plenty of capacity to lift the div with inflation and some more.
ec2
04/5/2021
12:23
Can now be bought for a dividend yield of 7.25%
gateside
30/4/2021
12:37
People realizing other than hydro that green energy is a scam? Ie the fossil fuel energy required to build from scratch and maintain and have backup traditional power means they will never reach full payback. Better stick with nuclear and fossil fuels and hydro where possible.
purplepelmets
30/4/2021
11:43
Anyone know why the price is drifting down?
yam114
28/4/2021
10:34
Goes Ex-dividend tomorrow - 1.73p
gateside
20/4/2021
13:58
Added a handful more at just under the quid mark. XD coming up a week on Thursday FWIW
cwa1
25/3/2021
11:52
Ian not buying yet still looking
portside1
09/3/2021
20:24
Only real benefit is that FSFL have a 7% dividend while TRIG & UKW it's about 5%
gateside
09/3/2021
20:07
NAV still at the level of the IPO though. TRIG and Greencoat UK Wind are much better vehicles in my view.
topvest
08/3/2021
19:18
Results in the morning
gateside
08/3/2021
14:57
A 500,000 trade this morning @99.3p. Difficult to know whether it was a Sell, a Buy or a Rollover !
masurenguy
18/2/2021
12:56
Foresight Solar Fund (FSFL) has consistently delivered on its investment objective from its launch in October 2013. It is the largest UK solar player and provides investors with a covered, sustainable and growing dividend, underpinned by subsidised assets in the UK and high-return growth opportunities globally. This continued during the fund’s arguably most challenging few years, amid declining power prices and the COVID-19-triggered economic shock. The solar industry’s growth potential remains huge. The IEA estimates that solar capacity needs to quadruple in the next decade globally (a 20% CAGR) to limit global warming to 1.5°C. The UK’ssolar capacity is forecast to more than double within the next 10 years.
playful
18/2/2021
12:51
Edison research(MAY have to register):- https://www.edisongroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Foresight-Solar-Fund-Solar-energy-the-future-is-here.pdf
cwa1
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