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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  -30.00 -1.47% 2,005.00 2,000.00 2,010.00 2,010.00 1,958.00 1,994.00 311,537 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 13.1 -4.5 -4.7 - 2,753

Polar Capital Technology Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/6/2005
12:40
these shares will double in the next 6 months
hawkwell_lions
06/6/2005
08:46
Yes also sold 85% of my warrants recently (too soon!). The remainder I will probably now hold to September and exercise, to increase my holding in PCT. If you want exposure to a re-emerging (but more sane) tech market, you could do a lot worse than this. Ashford-Russell has quite a good track record.
lfdkmp
05/6/2005
00:33
I held the warrants until very recently, but I'm afraid I sold out. I simply felt that the risk reward ratio, particularly with the share price so much lower than the NAV, was wrong. Good luck - please don't get trapped by holding on too long. With a short time to expiry, sometimes the price can get manipulated so as to discriminate against the warrant holder.
matthu
04/6/2005
22:07
Everybody so busy chasing the latest bubble, they've forgotten the re-emerging potential in the last? My patience here starting to be rewarded. Even better with the warrants (PCTW)- just beware of the warrant expiry in September.
lfdkmp
17/2/2005
15:15
diluted NAV now 203.98p (16/2/05) sp currently 178p
matthu
09/2/2005
10:49
diluted NAV now 202p (8/2/05) AND they are purchasing their own shares. Go figure on the warrants.
mart
04/2/2005
11:11
unaudited fully diluted NAV was 199.01p on 3 Feb SP currently 174.0
matthu
01/2/2005
15:37
the unaudited fully diluted NAV was 198.73p on 31 Jan SP currently 172.75
matthu
28/1/2005
14:12
Unaudited fully diluted NAV now 196.17p on 27 Jan. sp still 171.5
matthu
26/1/2005
13:50
Unaudited fully diluted NAV now 195.11p on 25 Jan. Sp now at 171.5.
matthu
17/1/2005
13:44
Unaudited fully diluted NAV now 197.4 on 14 Jan. Sp now at 172.5. So NAV has gone UP by 0.5p since 30 Dec, and share price has gone up by 1.5p. Small catch up.
matthu
05/1/2005
12:52
Unaudited fully diluted NAV 195.88p Sp 172.75 Discount 23.13 11.8%
matthu
04/1/2005
10:53
Unadited fully diluted NAV now 197.6 p at close of business on 31 Dec. Sp 172.5
matthu
30/12/2004
12:19
Unaudited fully diluted NAV now 196.9 on 30 Dec. Sp languishing at 171. So NAV has gone UP by 3.3p since 16 Nov, and share price has gone DOWN by 3p.
matthu
18/11/2004
09:17
SP is back where it was in Jan 04 - 174p. On 16 Nov the unaudited fully diluted NAV was 193.66p and the unaudited undiluted NAV was 208.31p. The options provide better gearing at 74p
matthu
19/1/2004
14:56
NAV now quoted as 201p.
mart
19/1/2004
09:25
Bought into Polar this morning. Consolidation pattern going back to 4/9/2003/ Now threatening to break out upwards. A move through 175 would give a short term target of 190. CH.
churchtower
18/1/2004
18:40
Firkin, have you considered FTT, seems that it moves quicker when nasdaq improves, compare to PCT over the last 9 months. I have held PCT for 2 years, previously held FTT in 2000 bubble days selling at 600 ish, now considering back in on these.
banger
13/1/2004
10:32
The pound has appreciated by 5.7% since September 2003. Therefore the assets held in USD have depreciated by the same percentage. This only applies to dollar assets and not to euro assets where the euro has strengthened against the pound by 2% over the same period. The conclusion to draw is that while dollar asstes have diminished, euro assets have gained albeit by a lower percentage. This seems to indicate that the NAV will be about 4 percentage points less than if the exchange rates had remained static. That is, the current nav would be likely to have moved up from 195p to 202p. Therefore since last September we have lost about 6p from the likely warrant price now at 71.5p would have been about 77p - 79p. I can live with that. The signs for the Nas are good for the medium term and there is a limit to the dollar weakness that the US Treasury will not exceed because the imports will cost so much more. I hope I am right about this because the PCTW is about the best geared investment out there.
firkin
05/1/2004
09:02
Looking good this am.
mart
31/12/2003
11:26
market makers are also building a solid support level at 160p - 170p in advance of further moves, they may also be building up their share inventory in advance of further moves by 'fooling' investors to thinking that this is a ceiling. in any case it all depends on whether nasdaq will build a support or resistance at 2000 in the medium term.
and1
30/12/2003
23:11
nav is 200pence (not dollar cents) while pct is at 162pence, a 20% discount, so this is not explained by the dollar weakness more by fear that nasdaq may pull back after hitting 2000 when there has been a tech revival for over 6 months and nasdaq is currently at 2000 on a two day closing basis, this divergence can only be explained as a temporary phenomenon, . the two will come together eventually. pct should hopefully reach 220p in the short to medium term when it is abundantly clear that the rise of nasdaq is not a blip and that 2000 will form a support for the medium term.
and1
30/12/2003
11:18
Weemonkey, my guess is that the divergance between PCT and the NASDAQ can be explained by the weakness of the Dollar. On the face of it the US markets appear to be performing strongly, but converting $ performance back to Sterling reveals that they are probably just treading water from a UK perspective. Personally, I think that US markets are looking very expensive now, and I'm expecting a correction before too long. I made 40% on PCTW in a matter of weeks in the autumn, but have long-sinced sold them. IMO the only Bull market in town is Gold. Wal'
wallace morris
30/12/2003
08:34
why is Pct no longer in step with the nasdaq? . until beginning of oct used to be highly correlated and now suddenly not. used to follow it almost step for step. is the net asset value keeping step while the shares are not? or have they got assets in the trust that that are underperfroming badly? often seems to me that investment trusts go in and out of favour massively. and is pct in the doldrums as investors loses interest and invest in the underlying shares themselves rather than the investment trust? any well researched examples welcome for th reasons for its sudden quite accelerated underperformance.
weemonkey
03/9/2003
13:22
ftt seems to be doing rather better than pct
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