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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -90.00 -4.1% 2,105.00 61,082 08:43:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,105.00 2,120.00 2,160.00 2,105.00 2,160.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 13.07 -4.50 -4.73 2,887
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:45:12 O 238 2,109.2001 GBX

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Polar Capital Technology Daily Update: Polar Capital Technology Trust Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PCT. The last closing price for Polar Capital Technology was 2,195p.
Polar Capital Technology Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,882p and a 12 week average price of 1,678p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,195p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,150p.
There are currently 137,156,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 253,922 shares. The market capitalisation of Polar Capital Technology Trust Plc is £3,010,574,200.
melody9999: Yeah its a shame Praipus ...the PCT price has got stuck around 480p ..... it only needed to move on to 500p or so and we would have made a nice sum out of PCTS. I've been trading in out of PCTS a little - actually bought in again today at 5.9p as PCT moved up to 487p. (a 9p difference). JSW - yes you are right - I was obviously short of time with my post 164. If you own 10,000 PCTS on 31 March, you have to exercise your subscription right to buy PCT. But (as I see it)you then have to stump up 10,000 X £4.78 ie £47,800. Then you can sell them in the market at 487p X 10,000 = £48,700. £900 profit less whatever you paid for PCTS less dealing costs.
melody9999: 8p increase in NAV per share today ....not yet reflected in share price
jimcar: Agree with lenses about the register date and the effect of a sale. Subscription shares usually trade at a premium to the existing share price so I would expect them to open at about 10 p. I don't think they will affect the ordinary share price too much - NASDAQ, premium/discount to NAV will be much more important. Rogoff seems to be calling things correctly so I hope the premium will remain
rat attack: Interesting to see net asset value is 170.19 with a share price of 130p thereby giving a discount of 23.6%. For a portfolio of Nasdaq 100 companies that is a pretty steep discount even in this market!! Maybe time to accumulate?
wallace morris: Back in the heady days of the tech boom, PCT traded at a premium to NAV of some 20%. Despite the recent rally, the shares are still trading at a DISCOUNT to NAV of well over 10%. If recovery is genuine and this rally is the 'real deal', then techs will lead the way once again. In such a situation, expect the discount to NAV to revert to a premium. This should gear-up potential returns in the short-term at least. For example, a 20% rise in NAV accompanied by a 10% discount reverting to a 10% premium would cause a 46% uplift in the share price. For even greater gearing consider the warrants. The above scenario, if it began today, would generate an increase in the price of the warrants of over 130%. The big question is "is this rally genuine & sustainable?". I don't know, but I'm using the warrants to balance my otherwise gold-focussed portfolio just in case it is. Wal'
firkin: energyi At the agm yesterday the manager stated that his policy is to buy back for cancellation as many warrants as possible before 30th September 2005 so as to avoid dilution of the ordinary shares. What if any do you think will be the effect on the market price of the warrants? The warrants have rarely exceeded the difference between the exercise price of £1 and the then current share price except recently with the effect of the bear market on the ord share price and the time value remaining. Would a buy back program change this. Hopefully - yes- but I fear not. He was most positive about Japan tech shares saying they represent the best value in that area for 14 years. He has recently increased weighting from 5% to 18.7%. Quite impressive! Is there a specialist Japanese trust (with warrants) to take asvantage of this opinion?
goodfella: This has been one of my favourite shorts over the last 12 months as it trades at an underseved premium to NAV whilst others trade at a discount. The recent statement with the results presented very gloomy reading and this deserves to trade 30% below the present share price
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