Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
International Biotechnology Trust Plc LSE:IBT London Ordinary Share GB0004559349 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -0.34% 580.00p 578.00p 580.00p 582.00p 578.00p 580.00p 47,758 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -2.5 -6.9 - 222

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/11/2014
19:08
Sold 1/3 of SIPP.
philo124
03/11/2014
08:10
Annual report rns; good read, doesn't take that long.
philo124
01/11/2014
15:15
Can't argue with you Phil probably makes sense to take some money off the table- definite long-termer for me though.
gargleblaster
31/10/2014
22:34
Well this was at 25% discount for yonks and I can't see this going less than 10% as for BIOG, they could go to a premium and have a buy back mandate in place if discount widens to more than 8%?? I think from memory. Still hold £25k worth after sell today. If you were trading this stock then now won't be a bad time to sell. longer term holder? Don't sell.
philo124
31/10/2014
16:23
I won't sell until they at least trade at a premium to NAV. There was always due to be a feeding frenzy for Biotech stocks (and has been in the past), and when UK investors cotton on that there are only a few Investment Trusts available the discount will disappear. When is goes to a premium then time to sell and go into a Unit Trust - e.g. Axa Biotech Trust imho.
gargleblaster
31/10/2014
15:34
Overtime, in line with biotech growth, there will be setbacks but long term hold in SIPP. I bought BIOG at £1 now £6.
philo124
31/10/2014
09:58
How far do you think they have to go Phil?
timben
31/10/2014
09:04
Sold 20% of total holding, trading a/c holding. Rest 80% held in SIPP. Discount to NAV has halved.
philo124
30/10/2014
21:09
1mill buyback.
philo124
29/10/2014
08:07
My target is when their discount to NAV falls to 12.5%.
philo124
29/10/2014
07:43
What is the target for IBT?
timben
27/10/2014
16:34
I feel vindicated, at the moment. Also BIOG.
philo124
12/9/2014
17:38
Added today. Buy backs soon.
philo124
09/9/2014
11:44
NAV over £4!
philo124
30/8/2014
16:20
I read IBT's report and accounts and it looked to me they were moving more towards BIOG type holdings.
philo124
29/8/2014
17:32
I think it's because the NAV goes up more slowly - seems to be just as risky as BIOG without the upside. Pure discount play IMO
bigwilly1986
27/8/2014
18:03
Anyone know why this trades at a 30% discount to NAV? Compared to BIOG which is nearly at NAV.
dangreen86
20/8/2014
09:53
25% Discount to NAV.
philo124
30/6/2014
18:21
A lot further to go imo.
philo124
23/5/2014
16:37
On the mend.
philo124
12/5/2014
08:33
Most of the column was about Biotech and he prefers this over BIOG based on the discount. He gave quite a good analysis as to why the long term prospects are very good for the Biotech industry.
rcturner2
12/5/2014
08:30
Good! I am stuffed out with them. Thanks.
philo124
12/5/2014
08:26
John Barron bigged this one up in the IC on Friday in his IT column.
rcturner2
22/4/2014
16:04
Nice move. Half yearly report out this a.m. .
philo124
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