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PSH Pershing Square Holdings Ltd

3,918.00
-12.00 (-0.31%)
Last Updated: 13:30:30
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pershing Square Holdings Ltd LSE:PSH London Ordinary Share GG00BPFJTF46 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -12.00 -0.31% 3,918.00 3,912.00 3,916.00 3,946.00 3,916.00 3,932.00 49,067 13:30:30
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Trust,ex Ed,religious,charty -934.6M -1.17B -6.1502 -8.11 9.51B
Pershing Square Holdings Ltd is listed in the Trust,ex Ed,religious,charty sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PSH. The last closing price for Pershing Square was 3,930p. Over the last year, Pershing Square shares have traded in a share price range of 2,670.00p to 4,034.00p.

Pershing Square currently has 190,576,264 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Pershing Square is £9.51 billion. Pershing Square has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -8.11.

Pershing Square Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/2/2024
12:00
I think it will pick up soon to challenge previous high point after consolidating
arja
22/2/2024
18:37
Thanks Rickyl1.
riskvsreward
22/2/2024
07:57
It's usually on their website from about 9.30pm on Wednesdays.
rickyl1
22/2/2024
07:44
psh used to announce NAV weekly on Thursday. Have not seen such announcement for a few weeks now. Anyone knows why?
riskvsreward
20/2/2024
08:36
There are quite a few potential factors at play here atm. US market is looking choppy which could throw up opportunities that Bill is adept at exploiting. The SPARC must do something soon surely. The new US fund is likely to reduce fees at PSH materially but will it cause selling, as US investors buy their home fund, or buying, as the discount gets arbitraged away? And finally, any reform of the cost disclosure rules that have caused significant selling in the sector could materially increase the flows from IFAs and wealth managers.
donald pond
20/2/2024
08:29
probably depends of it it is the same vehicle so to speak Riverman . RIO losted in Uk always trades at quite a big discount to it's USA counterpart but BHP does not but used to I think. PSH has been consolidating for a few days after the pullback and could go either way in short term and pullback to 3600 chart support or more likely about £40 again and hit a new ATH . But always expect the unexpected in markets I guess :)
arja
19/2/2024
14:49
Thanks Arja - don't use charts but glad that it's looking positive from a chart perspective. My sense is, the discount could continue to narrow if the new US listed fund gains traction. Assuming this trades on a much tighter discount (or even premium), investors will then start to view PSH as an arbitrage opportunity.
riverman77
19/2/2024
11:39
Incidentaally I like the few dual listed stocks which are NO SD such as S32 where lead market is in OZ and can quite often make easy money as a good idea in advance what it is likely to trade at in UK and sometimes can get a bargain by buying in opening auction when market not efficient.( not in last week or so ). VMUK is another one but UK is lead market for that one .
arja
19/2/2024
11:31
sounds a good strategy Jellybean . Thanks for mentioning 3IN and never heard of that one. I notice it is a NO stamp duty stock too and I must add it to my watchlist of such stocks now up to about 40 I think . :)
arja
19/2/2024
11:18
That's fair enough arja. One of the reasons I hold another NSD low spread investment company (3IN) is because I can/could trade out of it short term if think I see a better short term opportunity. For PSH I think it's hard to know when it might take off, so I've just bought it as 5% of my portfolio and plan to let it do it's thing.

However I do read the PSH reports and use them to inform other investment decisions to some extent, especially the macro stuff.

jellypbean
19/2/2024
10:36
sorry mate. It just means "no overhead resistance " in charting parlance . Sometimes in W, Australia they say " north of river " jokingly :) .
arja
19/2/2024
10:28
Sorry, but what is a NOR stock? Not come across that term before.
riverman77
19/2/2024
10:00
jellybean ,
you are of course correct that with a NOR stock like PSH it has paid off to just hold it with benefit of handsight to some extent, But I think most stocks are not in NOR category and never sure what will happen next day or afte a few days . I do occasionally trade using a derivative such as a CFD but commission rates much higher and I hate to give too much of my profit to provider :) .
I notice PSH has recovered to 3860 after hitting 3830 and just maybe the mini correction is over, Good luck to holders and US on hols today and will be quiet day I suppose

arja
19/2/2024
09:51
Agree with this. I keep a large long term holding that's done exceptionally well and play around now and again selling tops and buying dips. If I'm honest I'd probably have done better just leaving well alone but if someone can time it better than me then fair enough.
rickyl1
19/2/2024
09:43
James Carthew: JAM or Pershing? Which is best to capture US growth? -
speedsgh
19/2/2024
09:42
Sure. But I used to do a fair bit of arja is doing, and probably still will with some of my cash if I see an IT opportunity that fits with my intended risk profile, especially if there is no stamp duty.

But over the long term I haven't outperformed PSH by doing this.

jellypbean
19/2/2024
09:19
Yes, that's the challenge But I think if people like arja feel the need to micro manage and operate on a short term basis then PSH affords that opportunity better than anything else I can think of
donald pond
19/2/2024
09:14
Sure, I've done this in the past myself with this share.

However I've lost quite a bit more than that selling it only to see it go up.

jellypbean
19/2/2024
09:06
The spread and lack of stamp duty make PSH quite tradeable. Anyone selling at 40 and buying now could have added 3/4% to their holding
donald pond
19/2/2024
08:17
not asking for advice sport but just posing a question FFS ! Anyway , looks like it is drifting lower again but chart still looks quite good. Answer to your silly question is YES but, even if it was not , being a trader means a low risk strategy and you of course will hang on and watch a paper profit evaporate or even let a loss run with some stocks in your portfolio :)
arja
17/2/2024
11:45
Arja. Shouldn't the question you ask yourself be "do my trading activities outperform the long term record of PSH". If they do, then I'm surprised you are asking this board for advice. If not, then why not just hold?
jellypbean
16/2/2024
19:50
Just relax and enjoy the ride !
rickyl1
16/2/2024
15:53
is the party over for PSH or can the piece of string get even longer ? :)
arja
13/2/2024
16:12
at times I am glad to be just a day or overnight trader in this stock and a few other NO SD stocks . But I am surprised that PSH hit harder than most stocks today and down almost 3% as US indices tumble. Tempted to buy a few but will review it tomorrow as US might have second wave of selling after UK market closes . good luck to holders
arja
12/2/2024
12:40
yes , broken through £40 and had the intra day pullback after hitting 4034 . Might stay at this point with US markets closed today unless the futures take off . This is some stock !
arja
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