Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Plc LSE:SMT London Ordinary Share GB00BLDYK618 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -0.40% 493.00p 492.60p 493.20p 498.20p 489.00p 492.00p 1,558,494 16:01:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 28.2 23.8 1.6 300.6 7,241

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12/6/2017
11:38
https://uk.advfn.com/news/DJN/2017/article/74977940 Am not a holder just for reference.
hazl
12/6/2017
11:21
Be the tech fall,personally I think some of them are in bubble territory.
tim 3
12/6/2017
11:10
Yes Desoo, You hav,nt seen anything yet. There is another 10% to come off this market.
getscenic
12/6/2017
10:40
Any thought as to why this morning's drop?
desoo
31/5/2017
13:37
Agree been watching this for a while and to be honest the fact that it has nearly doubled in 18 months raises a few red flags to me certainly as far as opening new positions.They will surly be quite exposed to a tech downturn in the states. Having said that well done to those who have invested here certainly got a better return than I have over that time!
tim 3
31/5/2017
08:36
All well and good QP, but the p/e of Amazon and other big tech stocks is getting ever-more eye-watering. And despite the many geo-political threats around, market volatility as measured by the VIX sits at three year lows. Very odd, and it all smacks of investor over-confidence.James Anderson is a fantastic manager, so I hope he is building up cash in case of a big market set-back. Others I trust, such as Gervaise Williams and 7IM, are tippy-toeing to the sidelines. I'm starting to do the same.
shavian
27/5/2017
12:31
Indeed. Why do ITs like ScoMo try to avoid trading at a premium? It seems as though investors are being prevented from benefiting from the full extent of a rise in the growth of stocks held within their IT, whereas the fund manager doesn't lose out. The fund grows by issuing new shares instep with the growth of the underlying stocks, whilst the investor is diluted by the issue of these new shares? Is there something wrong with my line of thought? Do such funds buy back previously issued shares in the event the underlying stock growth stalls or reverses; would there be a reverse policy for when ScoMo trades at a discount? Have I answered my own question? But would they have the wherewithal to buy back when trading at a discount?
fardistanthills
26/5/2017
18:42
Got there tonight QP!
shavian
16/5/2017
11:34
Cheers QP for the link, I also see it gets a buy recommendation in todays TIMES alongside an informative write-up el Don
donsan
14/5/2017
19:56
QuePassa, thanks for all your posts but as just an ordinary PI, do you rate these as decent buy for the long term, your comments would be much appreciated, cheers el Don
donsan
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