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|Yes buys backs + low volatile momentum is good|
|Yes Luckymouse. I bought in at £2.05 having watched these steadily increase over the past year, and they still keep going. I also like the fact there is a share buy back scheme in operation thereby reducing the shares in circulation. Tempted to buy more on any weakness|
|Any thoughts on the future?
I hold, have done so a while.
Still a great market segment with real demand that is not going away.|
I wonder if they will consider winding the trust up/unitising following the Asian equivalent.
It's been a good performer in the last 18 months, but cant see them trading on a premium again!|
|Looks like we could be finishing the year on a new high for the year.
From the charts we seem to have started the year at about 92p and we are going to end at about 118p. About a 30% rise for the year.|
|nope, wish I had been.|
are you in PFLM (solar) they just jumped 30% for now apparent reason..|
|Ian Simm on FT.com
|Thanks, rainydays, for the clear explanation
I knew deep down that it would be my failure to do due diligence :-(
Still, as I have IEM in my SS-ISA, because it's a 10 year time scale hold for me, the fact that I've got a few more without losing out on the deal doesn't trouble me too much. Just not the bargain I was erroneously expecting.|
|I know I've had a hard day Xmas shopping, so brain is in neutral, but can someone explain whether I've been diddled?
In August I got an offer to buy "1 new C share for each 3 ordinary shares held. The new shares will cost 100p each". OK, maybe I was naive to see this as being a preferential discount (20%) to the 120p or so that the ordinary shares were priced at the back end of August. Let's say I had 3000 shares, so I opted for my full allowance of 1000 "C" shares for £1000.
I got a letter from the broker today, telling me my 1000 "C" shares have now been converted to IEM ordinary shares. But not at 1:1. At 0.798:1. So my 1000 "C" shares are now 798 ordinary shares. At the ordinary share price on the 18th of 125p, the value is ... £998.
So basically, I haven't really benefitted or lost from taking up those C shares, other than saving the dealing cost of buying them on the open market.
I guess it's caveat emptor, but in none of the literature I read did it indicate that the conversion wouldn't be 1:1. Maybe because I hold IEM under a nominee account, I didn't see a thick document, in which it probably stated this. But in the one page that hargreaves-lansdown sent, there was no indication that the conversion rate wouldn't be 1-1.
Could someone confirm that this is a fair reading of the situation?|
|rainydays - youthfull exuberence - still not too late to hop on ECWC or UEMW - lot of things not in Ecofins NAV and share price yet.
Best BB for ECWC is probably, I
|Renewables company LNR has very positive trading update today. Worth a look.|
|Will buy some IEM/IEMW and IPX when cash allows. Main holding are in ECWC which has significant wind energy interests and UEMW which has emerging markets utilities interests.|
|Thanks Rainydays have you got these in your portfolio?|