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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fundsmith Emerging Equities Trust Plc LSE:FEET London Ordinary Share GB00BLSNND18 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -20.00 -1.46% 1,350.00 1,355.00 1,365.00 1,370.00 1,355.00 1,360.00 23,852 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 6.8 2.3 6.8 198.2 359

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/2/2021
17:44
Two new positions being accumulated from the monthly Factsheet: Portfolio Comment for January 2021 We began buying two new positions for the fund, the names of which will be revealed when we have accumulated our desired weightings. The top 5 contributors in the month were Mercadolibre, Havells, Vitasoy, Tencent and BAT Bangladesh. The top 5 detractors were Asian Paints, Info Edge, Philippine Seven, Nestlé India and Hypera.
hectorscrackhouse
01/2/2021
09:34
Edison initiation note on FEET Quite a detailed read with emphasis on explaining the turnaround in performance in the last couple of years htTps://www.edisongroup.com/publication/sticking-to-its-guns/28743/
hectorscrackhouse
14/1/2021
17:51
Up 35% in one year. Amazing it still trades on a discount.
the real stan
15/12/2020
20:43
i'm happy the shares have had a good run, backed up by a NAV that now stands at £14.64 per share. focusing on everyday consumer goods has really come into it's own during this pandemic.
m_kerr
12/12/2020
20:26
Thanks for posting and apologies for not replying to you...not enough time! I think FEET is becoming the investment we had hoped for when it was launched. Fingers crossed anyway!
mad foetus
09/12/2020
13:54
hTTps://citywire.co.uk/investment-trust-insider/news/it-s-taken-a-crisis-but-fundsmith-emerging-finally-starts-to-outperform/a1363842 Good article^^ apols if posted at the time of publication. Just bought in. good luck all.
thelongandtheshortandthetall
09/12/2020
06:43
I think the strategy here has changed and the performance seems to be picking up. Mercado Libre has been an extraordinary performer and again, is not what you think of as a TS stock. I'm happier than I have been for years here.
donald pond
08/12/2020
22:09
They advertise quite often in the Telegraph, but the record they show isn't exactly compelling
spangle93
08/12/2020
19:10
Last Friday's Chronic Investor had a full page advert for FEET so it looks like the company has decided to do something about the share price and drum up more interest. It's by far the worst performer of the Fundsmith stable. It must be an embarrassment to them.
dr know
07/12/2020
09:19
Added Taiwan semiconductor as well, so clear change of strategy away from ketchup
mad foetus
02/12/2020
17:50
The NAV performance is improving by the look of it and along with the Terry Smith connection I can imagine a premium too.
chinahere
02/12/2020
17:38
Well, yes, it may But why do you think it would? It hasn't traded on a premium since summer 2018, so you can't blame that on CoVid
spangle93
02/12/2020
17:08
Buying back again, may be trading at a NAV premium in 2021 imv.
essentialinvestor
02/12/2020
12:35
Added a few.
essentialinvestor
01/12/2020
15:56
Due a run over £13-13.20 type area.
essentialinvestor
19/11/2020
21:46
'i invested at £11.65, so down a bit (15%) on that price, and in NAV terms down a couple of percent. i intend to keep the shares as i think they will grow on a 3 year view.' wow - what a difference 7 months makes! this has been a very stable investment in NAV terms despite all the ups and downs this year, though although the discount has narrowed, it's still there, and as investors we can only ever realise the share price, not NAV. for this reason i dont want to see any new investments made until that discount goes. i welcome buybacks, but why they didn't do so at sub £10 a while back, i dont know. the shares have not yet been cancelled, they are held in treasury.
m_kerr
18/11/2020
13:02
I agree very interesting but I differ on the reasoning. Terry Smith has stated clearly on numerous occasions [ it's also repeated in his new book] that buying back shares sensibly requires 2 criteria... 1] the shares can be bought back below intrinsic value 2] there exists no better opportunity to invest that money being used elsewhere. bullish that the shares are below intrinsic value but bearish perhaps if there are few investment opportunities in their universe currently. Assuming,as I think we must,that the appointed manager shares the same philosophies as Terry and keeps him abreast of what he's doing.
maiken
18/11/2020
12:29
Buying back shares, now that is interesting and also a first for FEET. There is only one reason they are now buying back and that is confidence those shares can be issued Above NAV in 2021 imv.
essentialinvestor
02/11/2020
12:02
Much nicer mix in the portfolio now, NAV per share hitting all time highs - will the share price follow?
sirrux
29/7/2020
16:43
Their tobacco holdings have also been a hindrance over the last year or two.
essentialinvestor
29/7/2020
12:32
GBP appreciating against Indian Rupee and USD may drag on NAV.
essentialinvestor
13/7/2020
21:17
Wells Fargo bank taken 5.28%.
papy02
10/4/2020
10:56
i invested at £11.65, so down a bit (15%) on that price, and in NAV terms down a couple of percent. i intend to keep the shares as i think they will grow on a 3 year view.
m_kerr
09/4/2020
06:54
Looks due a move up?. Fat NAV discount atm.
essentialinvestor
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