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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pantheon International Plc LSE:PIN London Ordinary Share GB0004148507 ORD 67P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -25.00 -0.95% 2,615.00 2,610.00 2,625.00 2,680.00 2,580.00 2,680.00 97,701 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -9.9 -21.4 - 1,414

Pantheon Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/5/2021
11:30
skyship, thanks for your comments in March . Have not looked at this thread since and apologise for delay in thanking you . As a trader using CFds , I wish the share price in these Trusts moved more quickly as when US indices tank it wouuld be a concern ,
arja
23/4/2021
09:15
Bought a chunk yesterday. In my dealing account - hope to make a tax free capital gain. Good share for this (especially for higher rate tax payers) as no divi. Nice gain already.
nickwild
08/4/2021
12:56
Nice - 2750 hit!
spangle93
25/3/2021
20:55
Hi Toffeeman - have replied...
skyship
25/3/2021
17:27
>> Skyship you have a message! Best
toffeeman
14/3/2021
16:11
arja - clearly a little help needed. To navigate these boards you will firstly find 12 dropdown menus - at the top of the page, just to the right of the ADVFN logo. One of the most useful and clearly the one you now need is: NEWS Click on that and you will see listed in date order all the RNSs put out by PIN. A very recent one is their monthly NAV statement. From that you will see that at 2600 PIN trade at a 16% discount to their Jan'21 NAV.
skyship
14/3/2021
15:50
lovely looking chart but does it trade at a premium to NTA if anyone knows ??
arja
19/2/2021
15:24
Approx 10% CAGR since being formed in 1997. I can live with that.
hashertu
19/2/2021
07:27
Little change over the last month - Forex paper loss cancelled out valuation gain. NAV 3095p
spangle93
22/1/2021
07:46
Figures to end December issued. A small change in NAV, almost all the result of adverse FOREX moves 3,091.4p NAV per share -1.5% NAV per share movement for the month £1.7bn Net asset value £24.4m Net portfolio cash flow* Fairly flat month "
spangle93
07/1/2021
09:28
I'm happy with that. Better still, looks like a presidential handover will actually happen on the required date. So, US assets should retain their value going forward.
hashertu
07/1/2021
07:56
Over 4% increase in NAV in November, against a headwind of -2.4% adverse froex movements. NAV 3139p, so it remains over 20% discount
spangle93
23/10/2020
07:55
Yep, 3007p. Two overseas IPO's contributed 65p of the 161p monthly NAV gain
spangle93
23/10/2020
07:15
Decent update, ipo boost, nav over £30.
games
28/8/2020
15:55
Spangle. Thanks. Sounds positive. And he emphasises the track record since year dot, along with some welcome conservatism (with a small c) in NAV. Reasons to be cheerful.
hashertu
28/8/2020
08:06
Hi Hash - yes I'd looked at the newsletter as usual, but I think your explanation goes a long way towards answering the question Meanwhile, there's a new discussion RNS issued by Hardman Research this morning Pantheon International Plc (PIN) is the topic of conversation when DirectorsTalk caught up with Mark Thomas. Mark talks us through the key points from his latest report on the company, explaining why it has become positioned for sustained growth and how they managed risk during the pandemic, and shares his thoughts on the key attractions and risks. hTTps://vimeo.com/451397730
spangle93
27/8/2020
10:50
Spangle93. There is a bit more information available using this link. I suspect the picture is muddied by valuation dates, overlaid by FX rates, which is too complicated for my pay grade. I can only look at the pretty pie charts presented. hxxps://www.piplc.com/investor-relations/newsletters/
hashertu
25/8/2020
13:16
Sorry hashertu, I didn't make my point too well. If the NAV was 142p down in the month, which is 5% of the NAV, based on an adverse currency change of 6%, then it suggested that 80%+ of the portfolio was US (or dollar-linked) rather than the 50% you showed
spangle93
25/8/2020
11:25
Spangle93 As at May 31: USA 50% Europe 31% Asia and EM 12% Global 7%
hashertu
25/8/2020
08:00
So the pound rose from $1.23 to $1.30 in July, resulting in a Forex-driven NAV paper loss of 142p in the month. The 6.5% currency change seems to be directly related to the currency component, implying 100% of the portfolio is US
spangle93
23/7/2020
10:39
NAV 2865p for June.
johntobin
19/7/2020
14:59
The issue of dividends has come up at AGMs every time. Well certainly the ones I have been to, which is 3 in the last 4. The argument is that they are developing and growing companies, which means capital growth. I accept the argument and I am happy to see capital growth as a significant part of my holding is outside ISA or SIPP,so I get to sell some and use my capital gain. Usually bed and ISA or bed and SIPP. I am less convinced why they do not do buy backs when they are at such a large discount, and often have been.
johntobin
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