Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pacific Horizon Investment Trust Plc LSE:PHI London Ordinary Share GB0006667470 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  37.00 4.39% 880.00 303,019 16:35:28
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
852.00 855.00 855.00 850.00 852.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 3.13 0.78 0.95 926.3 778
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:40:53 O 1,634 880.00 GBX

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2021-09-17 15:40:53880.001,63414,379.20O
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Pacific Horizon Investment Daily Update: Pacific Horizon Investment Trust Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHI. The last closing price for Pacific Horizon Investment was 843p.
Pacific Horizon Investment Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 782p and a 12 week average price of 752p.
The 1 year high share price is 918p while the 1 year low share price is currently 562p.
There are currently 88,369,704 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 136,098 shares. The market capitalisation of Pacific Horizon Investment Trust Plc is £777,653,395.20.
chillpill: It’s quite an act of faith buying when the share price is 10% above NAV...despite the BG track record. Did manage to pick some up at 720p last month when the price fell back to asset value.
jfinvestments: I like Baillie Gifford, many investors do at the minute. Look at the funds they have taken over. This is well run, great portfolio and lots of growth, I'm staying in until this gets to £12 a share. In my opinion I see it being £8.50 this year.
spectoacc: @walp1 - I'm not the best person to ask, I'm cynical on any IT that trades at a premium, even one in such a popular sector. Can assume it should be safer trading near the 12 month average premium/discount tho, particularly as share issuance will only happen when at a premium. Remove that tap, and a lot less pressure on the s/p. Good luck.
walp1: It's a simplistic question Spectoapp, but is the thinking that the losses for PHI will likely stop once the NAV comes back into realistic territory? I've researched a little around this and it seems that an AIC's NAV should usually be slightly above actual value, to reflect the extra cost and difficulty in the AIC selling back all of its many assets (should that ever need to happen). I'm just trying to work out whether there is anything else behind the descent, as I am a little concerned that PHI might lose its post pandemic fervour once greater economic stability harkens (largely due to investors heading to more profitable interests). There is also of course the Chinese regulation issue associated with TenCent and Alibaba (which didn't seem to impede them much beyond last week). Having said that, the future appears bright in this sector.. Do you have any opinions on it's worth? I'd be interested to hear them :)
jabba4: Thanks for the comments and link. Very interesting. Premium NAV, now it all makes sense. I guess PHI is issuing new shares at the moment to profit from the high NAV?
walp1: Thankyou Spectoapp. I've downloaded the app, and yes it's really clear. That happened without me noticing and with my other holdings I think (possibly amongst other investors) I have become complacent over the surge in performance during the pandemic and now note PHI have oversold. I tend to buy well informed then to hold come what may (which hasn't harmed me generally over time). I'm not an investor per se, and have a lot to learn. I guess I may well make a short term loss with this investment but still see a future for them beyond this correction.
spectoacc: How about the fact it rose to a daft premium to NAV, and even now is still on a premium. Touched nearly 20%, now still c.10%. Share issuance is catching up with it.
walp1: I have the same question, as the individual share prices within the AIC are holding well, but PHI still tanks. Is this simply panic combined with a generalised move to more profitable likely markets now the economic future looks more certain?? Even that doesnt seem to quite explain the further big losses today... Anyone any other ideas as I can find nothing?
jabba4: Why is PHI tanking? Nearly 10% over the last seven days?
brucek1812: I think there is still more to go - I like the look of the portfolio (given future prospects for growth in Asian markets post-pandemic). I hold PHI and BGCG - trusting in the BG growth model for now although we know that China is a difficult market for investors (Mr Bolton...)
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