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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.06% 902.50 2,218,325 16:35:17
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
901.50 902.50 907.00 895.00 903.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 28.91 24.08 1.55 582.3 13,282
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:09:02 O 1,000 902.50 GBX

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Scottish Mortgage Invest... Daily Update: Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SMT. The last closing price for Scottish Mortgage Invest... was 903p.
Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 855.50p and a 12 week average price of 685p.
The 1 year high share price is 960p while the 1 year low share price is currently 451.80p.
There are currently 1,471,684,808 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,480,494 shares. The market capitalisation of Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust Plc is £13,281,955,392.20.
quepassa: A fallen angel in the ScoMo portfolio. Used to be a clear Top Ten holding but now languishing in 22nd slot, the global bricks'n'mortar retailer, Inditex. Inditex share price performance 5 years ago Euro 35 December 2019 Euro 31.5 Now Euro 22.5 Not sure if the ScoMo portfolio relegation is due entirely to poor share price performance or to part-disposals. Either way the share price has been drifting badly for some time and, unlike most of ScoMo's tech stocks which have raced ahead, Inditex has not in any way recovered since the March/Covid slump. In a tech-centric portfolio, Inditex always stuck out as being an unusual stable-mate. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: 1. On the back of the DOUBLING in share price so far this year from HK$ 100 to HK$200, the ScoMo portfolio holding percentage of MEITUAN DIANPING has shot up to 3.2% at end-June. Meituan Dianping was at end-June the 7th. largest holding in the ScoMo portfolio. 2. It is also interesting to note that the ScoMo fund traded at a 0.5% Discount at end-June whereas this has currently risen to a 1.4% PREMIUM. 3. It is interesting to note that three Chinese companies ( Baba, TenCent,Meituan) now (deservedly) populate ScoMo's top-ten holdings in 3rd,5th and 7th slots respectively.. At end-June, these three companies alone accounted for some 14.5% of Scomo's Total Assets. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
spangle93: Arja - sorry if this sounds patronising, as it's not meant to. But there's a major difference between unlisted investments held in a OIEC (unit trust) and an investment trust (IT). SMT is an IT. The share price at which they are traded reflects how much an investor thinks they are worth, guided to a degree by the published net asset value (NAV), but the trade is (simplistically) one seller to one buyer. If a lot of people want to sell, the share price goes down. But the underlying investments do not need to be touched. The Woodford issue was that with a unit trust, if someone wants to sell, the managers must sell underlying stock to get the cash to meet the seller's request. If there is a high unlisted content here, it's not straightforward, or even possible to sell easily, so if a lot of people want their money, the liquid holdings have to be sold, leaving a high portion of illiquid ones. As you say, Greatpepe makes a valid argument, which I've considered when it's passed 600p, 650p, 700p, 750p, 800p, 850p, and 900p. ;-) Some of the underlying valuations do look full, but the managers make some very interesting points in their literature that, rather then being a specialist fund, SMT reflects the new mainstream. So I'll risk missing the top by riding the momentum Good luck
quepassa: 3rd. July. Morningstar article by James Gard headed, "BEST AND WORST INVESTMENT TRUSTS OF 2020 SO FAR". SORRY- NO PRIZES FOR GUESSING WHO IS NUMBER ONE WITH AN ASTONISHING YTD RETURN OF 42% IN SHARE PRICE. hXXps:// (the runner-up is another Baillie Giff stable-mate - Edinburgh Worldwide but a full 10% behind with a nonetheless very respectable 32% YTD). ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: For those interested in China/ Far East Investment Trusts. There is an unloved, under-researched London listed Investment Trust called Macau Opportunities Fund (ticker MPO ) which is currently trading at an astonishing and vastly bloated Discount to NAV of 66%. Share price 65p mid compared to recent 31st March Adjusted NAV of 183p per share. MPO have an investment portfolio of residential properties in Macau which is understandably a challenged sector. However, they just sold one property above current valuation and it appears that travel restrictions are easing and the casino's are coming back on stream. It appears to me that travel and tourism will be on a significantly more regionalised basis for the foreseeable future and Macau looks likely well-placed to benefit as lock-down restrictions ease. Not for widows and orphans but an unusually large Discount-to-NAV. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: Official 12 month stats 30/9/18 to 30/9/19: Share Price negative/down 6.4% NAV negative/down 1.3% INDEX plus/up 7.8% A very poor and disconcerting September-to-September 12 month performance by ScoMo in my view against their chosen Index. A GAPING NEGATIVE 9% PERFORMANCE CHASM between NAV PERFORMANCE and INDEX. First time in last five years (didn't check further back) that ScoMo's NAV performance has woefully underperformed Index and hasn't far exceeded the performance of their Index. Oh dear. Not such an impressive performance by ScoMo when they are sailing into market headwinds. With strengthening sterling and ongoing China-US trade tariff tiffs, choppy and treacherous waters still lie ahead. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
rivin: NK104 I agree the discount to NAV is much larger than for quite a while. I have recently increased my holding and believe the share price decline is mainly due to the impasse in the US - China trade talks.
investorschampion: James Anderson and Tom Slater have overseen Scottish Mortgage’s rarely seen approach to stock picking. Over the ten years to November 2018 their decision making has seen the share price of the trust rise 796%, a huge outperformance to the FTSE All-World Index, which gained 251% over the same period. hxxps://
porsche1945: Odey who has lost his clients a fortune over last three years, his only win was Sky, short sold Anglo and share went up 500 pc,forgot how many 100millions he lost, Tesla will survive, share price now probably where it should have been all along.
spangle93: Headline in one of the local papers here "ScoMo to run Australia" Well, it's a sizeable challenge, and one I didn't see on the horizon, but goodness, if they can pull that one off the share price will respond well. ;-)
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