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HOT Henderson Opportunities Trust Plc

3.00 (1.33%)
Last Updated: 09:12:32
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Henderson Opportunities Trust Plc HOT London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
3.00 1.33% 228.00 09:12:32
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
226.00 226.00 228.00 225.00
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Posted at 11/6/2024 14:41 by sharesoc
ShareSoc is hosting a webinar with Henderson Opportunities Trust plc (HOT) on 09/7/24, which may be of interest to current shareholders or potential investors.
James Henderson (Portfolio Manager) will be presenting. You can register here:
Posted at 07/3/2024 22:35 by sharesoc
In case you missed our webinar with Henderson Opportunities Trust (HOT), the recording can be found on our YouTube channel: 
Posted at 24/12/2023 16:08 by sharesoc
ShareSoc is hosting a webinar with Henderson Opportunities Trust plc (HOT) on 07 February 2024, which may be of interest to current shareholders or potential investors. James Henderson (Portfolio Manager) will be presenting. You can register here:
Posted at 05/6/2021 15:21 by brucek1812
Enjoyed listening to this podcast by James Henderson which talks about HOT (and other trusts he co-manages) including approach to valuation and how HOT is focused (different buckets).
Posted at 05/5/2021 00:06 by papillon
HOT has done really well over the past year. The HOT Ichimoku chart is still strongly bullish and has been for almost a year. How long will it stay that way? I wish I knew!

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The long term chart is not so hot (excuse the pun!)

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Posted at 30/4/2021 17:29 by brucek1812
You can quite easily make a case (particularly at this stage of the cycle and prospects for uk growth) for HOT to trade at a modest premium. It has done so in the (distant) past. If so, that would lead to share issuance. An interesting period ahead - the easy gains with the reduction in the discount have passed but the managers have performed well and James Henderson has a significant personal stake in the trust, which aligns incentives.
Posted at 03/1/2021 09:29 by 18bt
Now we are into Jan, HOT is showing s the top performer in its sector over 1 year and third over 5 years. That should attract some value hunters who want exposure to smaller UK cos.
Posted at 30/12/2020 08:35 by 18bt
Has now moved to the 2nd best performer in its sector over 1 year (for the short termists!) above Baillie Gifford UK Growth. HOT discount is 12.7% compared to BGUK's 3% premium. 1,5 and 10 yr record now looking respectable and a number of shares in its portfolio seem to have momentum. The key remains getting the market cap well clear of £100m - now £94.4m, but I can see this coming which could see a further reduction in the discount.
Posted at 30/10/2020 18:39 by brucek1812
Has anyone else noticed that HOT is performing rather well. The discount is still very generous. It's hard to pigeonhole but offers a good yield and some exciting growth companies (and compounded). Unconstrained stock selection across FTSE All Share and AIM with a bias to smaller cap. Plenty to go in terms of share price growth for long term investors (ignoring the spread).
Posted at 10/10/2020 14:50 by brucek1812
HOT is looking well-placed for a post-Brexit recovery. Some nice holdings and looks undervalued. Already over 50% up since March and good divi as well. A trust that is too small (c£65m market cap) for the mainstream but great for retail investors who are willing to buy and hold. Do you agree?

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