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Polar Capital Technology Trust Plc LSE:PCT London Ordinary Share GB0004220025 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -8.00p -0.60% 1,316.00p 1,316.00p 1,320.00p 1,330.00p 1,316.00p 1,326.00p 93,235 12:33:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 10.2 -4.7 -4.6 - -

Polar Capital Technology Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/7/2002
23:38
Very tasty indeed.There might be a little money to be made on these tomorrow morning if you are quick enough to get in first thing,as I have noticed that quite often the market makers are a little slow in marking them up in sync with the ordinaries if they do make a move up first thing in the morning following a strong session on the Nasdaq.We've not had many of them recently but after tonight's stonking rise we could see 6-7 points on the ords and thus a 20% move up on the warrants.The ords themselves are grossly oversold in line with the tech indices and trading at a discount to NAV.
mh
24/7/2002
10:43
Warrants will have expired long before we do ;o)
ashtongray
24/7/2002
09:25
Warrants at a very tasty 28-30p at the moment: 9:30hrs
mart
18/7/2002
16:13
It sure looks to me as if the Dow is "coiling up" for a drive through 8?00: Later: shall we say 8000? Remember: Option Expiry tomorrow
energyi
16/7/2002
17:10
Another one to watch is Gartmore Euro wrrs. They move with the mkt, carry v little premium, have a top manager, quite liquid and had an ask of 72p today. Any upward movement in the mkts and these will quickly rise to £1+.
rambutan2
16/7/2002
16:56
ashton, If you are on the PBB (i think you are?) then watch this thread: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/pbb/thread.php3?id=2061259
energyi
16/7/2002
16:51
Going through much the same thought process, I opted this time for FTT, also now trading at 20% discount, good management imo & good (relative to sector!) track record. Could be only for into short term rally tho - if you spot one, let us know;o)
ashtongray
16/7/2002
16:47
R., If I could have bought at 30P, i would have. At 36p vs. 124p, I prefer the Ordinary shares for an expect 2-3 week (maximum?) hold. Certainly, there's nothing wrong with the PCTW warrants at these prices
energyi
16/7/2002
16:32
Why didn't you buy the warrants energyi. They seem to have hit their bottom at the low 30p mark and my guess is that mms will be reluctant to mark them down any further even if the shares drops some more.
rambutan2
16/7/2002
16:15
I finally bought PCT at 124p Today. Tends to trade in line with US Nasdaq100 Index (NDX): ...also trades at a Large 20% discount (124/154.45) to its NAV. In the recent past, it has traded at NAV
energyi
03/7/2002
11:05
You guys all out now? Good price for warrants at the moment.
mart
20/6/2002
15:36
Added some more PCTW @ 43p. Either brilliant price or foolish, who knows in this market? Does have until 30.09.05 to come right tho. ps ......but the 300,000 wasn't mine! (sigh)
ashtongray
20/6/2002
00:56
The Friday-Monday rally didn't last long then and the techmark is plumbing new lows again already after it was once more spooked (as it so easily is) by the after market warnings out of the US last night.Can't see sentiment improving significantly short term.Very disappointing.Stoplossed out for now.
mh
19/6/2002
14:00
zz: Thanks for reminding me, also for your thread on the same subject. We live in Interesting Times.
ashtongray
19/6/2002
13:53
Re: upward surge - bear in mind it's Triple Witching this Friday - upward surge on Friday possible, but not wildly likely.
zzaxx99
17/6/2002
14:27
PCT comment issued today ends with: "Certainly it seems improbable that a sustainable low (in NASDAQ) will be made before investors throw in the towel on 2002 earnings." Seems sensible to me, although the downside may not be great from here imho, and there will be rallies, including sgarp ones as already seen last month.
ashtongray
17/6/2002
10:47
Never in this world is this the Tech bottom maybe an uptick at the best.imo
pmeas
17/6/2002
10:39
Could be great BUY if the expected late-June Low in NAS comes on schedule (see VIX Thread)
energyi
17/6/2002
09:19
So far showing a very healthy return since Friday morning,can it keep it up ?
mh
15/6/2002
00:37
Charts of both look awful to me, but PCTW does seem to have suffered rather more than PCT - will maybe see that reverse on a turn up. However (a) no sign of a turn up (and market currently tanking), and (b) PCTW currently trading at very minor premium, so the closing back to previous levels of discount may not happen fully, even if there is a bounce.
zzaxx99
15/6/2002
00:34
MH They look the same to me - similar again to the NAS 100 chart. So it's bounce or bust for all of them. In terms of risk reward its a good one because if you are wrong you'll find out quick enough - break to new lows etc. But if you are right you have a lot of upside. Too risky for me still but good luck with them.
limpsfield chartist
15/6/2002
00:29
LC,what do you think of the PCTW chart in comparison to PCT - seems to have overshot to me,which also assisted me in my decision to go in this morning. ?
mh
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