Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jpmorgan Smaller Companies Investment Trust Plc LSE:JMI London Ordinary Share GB00BF7L8P11 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.32% 316.00 315.00 321.00 316.00 316.00 316.00 9,812 08:29:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 5.2 30.7 10.3 54

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30/12/2019
10:24
Oh I'm definitely not out of this, just took a bit of profits to stick into a higher yielder.
poikka
26/12/2019
10:57
Hanging in for a bit more, global investors seem to like the new certainty of Brexit. Run your winners, cut your losers. A dictum which has served me well in the past. I'll re-assess this in mid-jan, and we'll see who is right then.
shavian
20/12/2019
14:14
Much the same, 220p in May, so dead lucky. Not so much cash, but a nice amount ready for something tasty.
poikka
19/12/2019
07:57
I did the same. I don’t usually try to time the market, but this time I managed to buy in at 240 and sell at 308 in a matter of a few weeks, as the discount disappeared. The market overreacted to the Tory win, as it usually does, as the initial relief at “Brexit clarity” gave way to the realisation that the threat of no-deal is waiting down the road in a year’s time. That uncertainty isn’t good for investment or confidence, and I expect the discount to grow again. For the moment I’m happier in higher-yielding, mainly foreign trusts, and about 20% cash.
caradog
18/12/2019
17:11
Felt the need to take some profits today and invest in higher yielding ITs.
poikka
09/12/2019
18:43
Yes brilliant performance, but then so have other smaller co investments trusts e.g. THRG, SCP, HRI... The sector is being bought and discounts are narrowing.
deadly
09/12/2019
18:04
Brilliant performance lately. So much for my comment of 16th July, but, yes, long term.
poikka
28/8/2019
13:37
Opened a small position here.
topvest
26/8/2019
16:27
Not really comparable. EWI is a very different investment trust. For what it’s worth I would be wary of BG funds at this point in the cycle. The disruptor bubble will no doubt burst at some point soon and BG portfolios are most exposed. This trust appears to have a more sensible portfolio.
topvest
16/7/2019
12:03
Rubbish performance lately compared to EWI. Wish I had more in EWI and less in JMI. Still, long term and all that.
poikka
30/11/2018
14:05
Ah share split. Cool.
babbler
30/11/2018
14:03
Nav is rnsd at 11 quid why the drop?
babbler
24/11/2017
11:34
Kenmitch, just show how important time value can be. In this case if the expiry date was half a year longer, jmis could have been as high as 150 p.
riskvsreward
28/5/2017
17:18
And 953p is 38p above 915p! IF share can go up at similar rate over next 5 weeks as the last 4 it will get to about 980p and the sub share worth 65p compared with current buy price of 25p.
kenmitch
26/5/2017
07:20
JMIS 4x 19k buys @~25. Someone has discovered there will be a trustee appionted and that 950 is 35 above 915. L.
lenses
17/5/2017
10:58
Hi Bill. The arbitrage opportunity here is getting more attractive by the hour. JMI mid now at 949.5 (offer 950). My broker not quoting on JMIS at present (without phoning), but you could buy at 19 yesterday. With an exercise price of 915 that's 16p of discount on a 'buy the subs and exercise' trade rather than strait buying of JMI. Expiry end of June. L.
lenses
15/5/2017
08:27
It's now cheaper to buy the subscription shares and convert them into ordinary shares than it is to buy the ordinary shares themselves.
biggest bill
16/2/2017
16:02
The trust's share price only has to rise 5% for the subscription shares to be in the money. I think that is pretty likely to happen in the next few months. If the share price rises by 10%, the subscription shares will rise enormously. I think it is a reasonable punt at this level.
biggest bill
16/2/2017
15:48
Er....who wants to lose 2/3 of their money?
trewsa
16/2/2017
09:54
The discount for this trust is now much bigger than the average small companies investment trust, especially considering that the discount assumes full conversion of the subscription shares. The subscription shares look even better value.
biggest bill
09/10/2015
11:22
Kept going until June 2007 (~ £6). New buying opportunity came in Jan 2009 (~ £2). If you bought in then (or didn't sell in 2007) you've had a good run - and still are! It's just broken out above the March 2014 high this month and currently ~ £9. Subscription shares are also available now (JMIS) for those who like extra gearing.
adv rob
22/5/2006
15:09
.........AND WAIT
kingfast
16/5/2006
11:53
Until now is the answer. Maybe a buying opportunity but maybe better to wait
kingfast
06/4/2006
07:59
Have traded this from £3.5, last sold at $4.2, back in today at £4.65 because the spread looked inviting, chart looks promising and still at a good discount. Also hold efs which has been a star for me, but how long can the small caps run?
kingfast
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