Pantheon Dividends - PIN

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Pantheon International Plc PIN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 250.00 01:00:00
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Pantheon PIN Dividends History

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ferrox5: Sky Sorry about the garbled English. I agree the valuations are probably conservative and i am more likely to add than sell up. It's just I think there's a bit of a panic about valuations at the moment and PIN is getting hit. The only things I am a littled worried about are rising interest rates and if the £ strengthens ($ weakens).
starpukka: Not a word by management on the share price decline. Can't they say or do something ? Presume they don't care as long as they are picking up the fees that come when you don't pay a divi.
ferrox5: Yes, PE is very out of favour at the moment. How accurate in reality the valuation are in reality is clearly an issue. This article is mainly about Scottish Mortgage but PIN is mentioned briefly (its 2008 performance!) :// Sorry but it wouldn't post until https removed
skyship: Dropped to 240p today! A 46.4% discount. Never thought I'd see such a bizarre valuation. Pari-passu with HVPE on a 46.9% discount. What's going to turn these around as at the moment totally friendless, regardless of value. For a start they've both got to wake up and start paying a dividend; but NBPE yields 5% and that too on a 40% discount...
skyship: After all the Apr'22 NAVs, note these discounts: # CLDN @ 3680p = 27.6% # PIN @ 298p = 34.1% # NBPE @ 1545p = 33.1% # ICGT @ 1114p = 34.1% # HVPE @ 2215p = 41.4%.....I kid you not.....41.4%!!! HVPE looks to be the anomaly to play.
skyship: ali - PIN is an investment trust in the specialist Private Equity sector - for more info on private equity go to the PE thread.
chc15: I have created a basket pie of PIN, HGT, NBPE and HVPE, am going to start adding, topping up on dips.
skyship: Encouraging Dec. NAV from HVPE today. So the two so far declared are: # HVPE: In $ - Up 2.4%. In £ - Up 0.61% # NBPE: In $ - Dn 1.9%. In £ - Dn 4.1% PIN usually declares c26th; but was very late with the Nov. declaration - so who knows! PIN has a small holding in the death-spiral Chewy; thankfully small. Still I'm assuming we'll see something like a 2% decline in GBP terms from 421.1p to, say, 412.7p...which means a 22.5% discount @ 320p. (Chewy holding: 1.3% in May'21; now just c1%)
spangle93: Apple53 I guess you found the main thread for general PE discussions: hTTps:// I'm still very much of a learner when it comes to how to distinguish different trusts' offerings. It's also a bit scary jumping on a relentless rise, even if NAV's are rising too. I'd like to expand, but none looks a bargain unless, from time to time, you're a trader. I'd also noted the BPET presentation date So I only hold PIN, SLPE and NBPE as a spread of different ones - region / dividend / vehicle. SMT seems to be on a correction at the moment, with the suggestion of a link to higher interest rates adversely affecting growth companies. Do you see this working through to PE, given the lag in valuations of these vehicles.
skyship: ali47 - ADVFN have not yet updated the chart post the 10:1 stock split. So, ignore the vertigous drop line; in fact PIN has broken through the top of its trendline up to the old 3300. PIN looks over-extended & I am expecting a pullback. Incidentally, PIN pays no dividend. PIN & HVPE are two standouts in that respect; and I have frequently commented that they should be doing so, perhaps on the basis of an annual dividend calculated at 3% of NAV. free stock charts from
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