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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pantheon International LSE:PIN London Ordinary Share GB0004148507 ORD 67P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.00p -0.50% 2,000.00p 25,545 16:35:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,020.00p 2,030.00p 2,020.00p 1,990.00p 1,990.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 15.50 -2.85 -20.72 1,083.3

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Date Time Title Posts
27/11/201812:34Pantheon, boring, boring...?230
06/1/200910:40Is it 'pin' time again?35

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2018-12-11 17:07:462,000.091362,720.12O
2018-12-11 16:51:432,000.001963,920.00O
2018-12-11 16:35:162,000.0011,259225,180.00UT
2018-12-11 16:28:582,030.006121.80O
2018-12-11 16:25:232,020.0038767.60AT
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Pantheon International Daily Update: Pantheon International is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PIN. The last closing price for Pantheon International was 2,010p.
Pantheon International has a 4 week average price of 1,960p and a 12 week average price of 1,960p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,170p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,775p.
There are currently 54,164,447 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 45,223 shares. The market capitalisation of Pantheon International is £1,083,288,940.
rambutan2: Nav up 17%, share price up 40% and great cash generation. Another good year (11mths) for PIN/R: htTP://
skyship: Yes, surprisingly dramatic NAV increase of 115.5p (5.9%) - mostly from forex (5.5%) so will have partially unravelled since; but nevertheless, for the moment the discount is back above the 20% threshold - 1640p = 21.5%:
rambutan2: Share price certainly not taken a summer hols, as the offer hits £15 today. hTTp://
mad foetus: "The NAV per share at 31(st) December 2015 was 1,657.5p, representing an increase of 125.1p, or 8.2%, relative to the NAV per share at 30(th) June 2015. Portfolio gains added 32.9p (2.1%) per share in the period. Investment income increased the NAV per share by 11.5p (0.8%) and share buybacks by 0.6p. Favourable currency movements increased NAV per share by a further 92.8p (6.1%) and expenses and taxes reduced it by 12.7p (-0.8%). The Company's ordinary share price increased during the six months by 3.4% to 1,315.0p, whilst the price of its redeemable shares decreased by 4.1% to 1,232.5p at 31(st) December 2015. Subsequent to 31(st) December 2015, up until the market close on 25(th) January 2016, the share price of the ordinary shares decreased to 1,240.0p and the redeemable share price decreased to 1,185.0p." The discount here is getting silly. I'm in for more. It is good to have dollar exposure until the EU referendum is sorted, the discount is very wide by historic standards and PIN has an outstanding long term record.
rcturner2: Discount of 17% at current share price.
damanko: Well bowlhead, since we both posted last October, and a frank but friendly exchange with SKYSHIP, the bullet has been bitten. A little 'rebalancing', as you might phrase it. Have sold a quarter of my original holding, at a profit of a little over £8 per share. Is that a good return given the timescale - some 24 years? I'm not sure, but what is done is done, and funding cricket trips and life in general for a while will be easier. Though I remember standing over a fax machine in a wooden built office on the South Corniche in Jeddah, early 1989, sweating until I saw the word "Received" on that new fangled piece of technology, meaning my High Street bank would act on my buy instruction in GT Ventures, as it then was. What I have left is pure profit. I think I'm right in saying that during my years of holding, the price has never been higher than at this moment. I remember about 4 years ago, as the share price nosedived to close to the £2.00 level, thinking what an idiot, I should have sold sooner. Contrary fellow that I am, instead I bought a few more. And now I'm thinking that perhaps I should sell the remainder, if they go over £10.00 that may be the spur. Makes the arithmetic easier...... Regards etc. D.
damanko: Digital Look's current summary: "Pantheon International Participations is in the equity investment instruments sector and is currently trading at 782.00p per share. In the last year Pantheon International Participations's share price has ranged from 602.00p to 789.00p and brokers are currently rating this stock as 'strong buy'."
skyship: Damanko - what people do with their investments is entirely their own affair. I would just say that you've done superbly selecting & holding PIN all this time; but that stats speak for themselves when it comes to the performance of certain "Blue Chip" trusts such as Witan, which since 1997 has only just outperformed the FTSE & UK Inflation. Quite obviously I am not one of the BUY & HOLD brigade; I am an active investor who trades the Market swings, thankfully with some success. But a significant out-performance of the indices does come at a price, namely seeing my SIPP as an enjoyable job taking on average perhaps 3hrs/day. Incidentally, the chart below goes back to 1997 and not 1994, as for some reason the Witan chart doesn't go back those extra 3yrs. From yr stats the period of 1994-7 provided good performance. I'm sure you will agree that since then a compound growth rate of 3.8%pa in the share price doesn't exactly impress! free stock charts from
damanko: Historic stuff: PIP (or PIN as the epic has it) was formed from GT Ventures, an eighties fund specialising in looking after pension funds for (mostly, then) publicly owned utilities. It floated at £1.00 per share in 1987. Since then as well as paying special cash dividends/buybacks to the tune of around £3.00 per share, it has reached a share price high of around £9.00. The last published net asset value per share (June 2016) is: £17.39. As the few regulars on this thread will know, I've recently sold my remaining holding in PIN. What a star it has been. If only in the late 80's I'd put all the cash I had at that time into Pantheon ..... Ho hum. Luckily I'm not perfect, and neither is life. Very best of luck to all holders (as football managers always say: Going forward.... See my earlier posting on same subject, old thread. Any other supporters of this quality company out there, or is making money, returning good results year on year just too boring for the BB's? It is probably the most mature "fund of funds" on the London market, and currency issues notwithstanding, is heavily exposed to an upturn in both US & global markets. Do your own research etc, but I'd be interested to hear what any "serious" investors out there think.....
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