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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
  0.00 0.0% 1,185.00 1,165.00 1,180.00 - 1,302 08:00:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 6.8 2.3 6.8 174.0 316

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/7/2020
17:43
Their tobacco holdings have also been a hindrance over the last year or two.
essentialinvestor
29/7/2020
13:32
GBP appreciating against Indian Rupee and USD may drag on NAV.
essentialinvestor
13/7/2020
22:17
Wells Fargo bank taken 5.28%.
papy02
10/4/2020
11:56
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
07:54
Looks due a move up?. Fat NAV discount atm.
essentialinvestor
09/4/2020
07:54
Looks due a move up?. Fat NAV discount atm.
essentialinvestor
07/4/2020
09:55
Some relative outperformance at last!. As per the latest update ..."the vast majority of companies which the fund owns have no debt..." No debt in the current climate will hopefully provide a powerful medium/longer term opportunity to take market share and grow imv.
essentialinvestor
05/4/2020
19:32
this guy is has mostly relied on multiple expansion the day of reckoning is coming terry smith is a giant bubble I am just glad I listen to pit chief
vnvd
05/4/2020
19:31
goyath, not sure where you are getting those numbers from. in the 2019 letter, terry says: "The weighted average free cash flow (‘FCF’) yield (the free cash flow generated by the companies divided by their market value) of the portfolio at the outset of the year was 4.0% and ended it at 3.4%, so they became more highly rated." hxxp://www.fundsmith.co.uk/docs/default-source/analysis---annual-letters/annual-letter-to-shareholders-2019.pdf?sfvrsn=8
vnvd
13/2/2020
11:33
Buying FEET Under the £10.90 area usually works well. Under £10.80 even more so.
essentialinvestor
13/2/2020
10:59
Thanks. Yes, unlisted/unquoted. I couldn't see from their documents. I did notice that the fund has a lot in India which may account for poor recent performance. The only question mark I have is how much Terry Smith will be involved in this going forward.
chinahere
13/2/2020
10:53
Unquoted? - if you mean non listed holdings, none to my knowledge.
essentialinvestor
13/2/2020
09:17
Looking at their website I can't find out how much of FEET is unquoted. Anyone have a rough idea? Thanks.
chinahere
06/2/2020
10:05
It's hope that's a killer! ).
essentialinvestor
06/2/2020
09:54
Is this finally about to go somewhere? EMG so so tricky, so much potential.
sirrux
26/1/2020
16:50
No, the answer begins with P and ends with E ).
essentialinvestor
26/1/2020
16:07
the 11% discount has got my interest, this is just fallout from TS no longer managing ?
1genx
23/1/2020
15:38
EI, I still believe!
chucko1
18/1/2020
13:10
Anyone interested in this for 2020?.
essentialinvestor
18/1/2020
09:27
Terry's Annual Letter for the Main Fund reveals that the new stock is Clorox, a household products company from Oakland, CA. Not the worst idea buying another consumer staple/defensive stock in these heady times. He has previously held this stock a few years ago. HttP//www.fundsmith.co.uk/docs/default-source/analysis---annual-letters/annual-letter-to-shareholders-2019.pdf?sfvrsn=6 He also discusses the Woodford saga, in particular the folly of including illiquid stocks in a daily-dealing open-ended fund. Worth a read. Incidentally, looking at the last 8 annual letters, these are the FCF yield increases: 2012 9.6% 2013 8.1% 2014 7% 2015 9.7% 2016 11% 2017 13% 2018 8% 2019 9%
goyathlay
16/1/2020
15:24
Morningstar appear to have reduced the FEET rating to one *
essentialinvestor
15/1/2020
09:40
As of 31 December 2019 - 41.4% exposure to India and 60.9% exposure to consumer staples. Sounds like FEET has both feet in there. If India grows this should grow.
sirrux
15/1/2020
09:35
Oh look, some rich guy is betting on India for the 21st century. hTTps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-51117515 Does FEET still have that exposure?
sirrux
14/1/2020
23:50
Not relevant to FEET but seen as we're all interested in Terry Smith and (recently) how much he gets paid here is a Mail article on the subject: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/comment/article-7876515/Terry-Smith-says-hes-worth-penny-16m-pay-packet-agree-says-JEFF-PRESTRIDGE.html :)
jbarker5555
14/1/2020
18:56
Well NAV update tomorrow may be near 1280. This could turn out to be a nice 2020 contra Buy. Let's see.
essentialinvestor
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