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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
  -8.00 -1.46% 538.50 538.50 540.00 552.00 538.50 547.50 4,482,991 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 28.2 23.8 1.6 328.4 7,910

Scottish Mortgage Invest... Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/4/2020
14:25
This trust is invested mostly in companies that have strong cash surpluses when people have come out of their nuclear shelters and decided that its more important to pay for their food and other living costs and for that to happen the national economy needs to function this trust investments will be companies that will lead the recovery
josh 32
31/3/2020
02:18
560 this is bizarre
technowaxy
28/3/2020
10:00
There will be opportunities to pick up this stock around 450p in the coming weeks...
ltinvestor
24/3/2020
16:15
It's up 13.8pc. But prices are a bit out of sync on this one and agree I also think we are not there yet.
scrabster1
24/3/2020
15:55
Scrabster.No, still sat on the sidelines as I believe the market has further to fall...I am also waiting to buy back into Gan when I see signs of the US recovering from the virus..The present market is a lottery...
ltinvestor
24/3/2020
06:05
Did you buy ?
scrabster1
21/3/2020
22:09
Not long to wait then
the monkster
21/3/2020
12:57
I have been looking at smt for a couple of weeks.My aim was to buy when the s&p 500 hits 2000
ltinvestor
21/3/2020
12:43
hTTps://www.ccn.com/the-dow-is-rallying-as-warren-buffett-buys-the-stock-market-dip/ The Dow lost a third of its value, from almost 30,000 to below 20,000 SMT held up a little better falling to a low of around 470. Think there will be larger falls ahead as the market panics, but who knows. WB seems to be testing the markets.
peterbill
03/3/2020
10:09
I think there will be larger discounts/falls in the weeks ahead and will be looking at adding more SMT and MNKS to my current holdings ... as WB says, “be greedy when everyone is fearful”
peterbill
02/3/2020
17:32
Oh never mind. Maybe I misunderstood pvb's #825. I thought he was saying that falling share prices would increase the discount on IT's, whereas the IT price will just move broadly in line with the underlying investments.
jeffian
02/3/2020
17:13
jeffian, the discount on every IT changes every day in line with supply and demand, noise and news, fear and greed. Some ITs have a discount control policy buying and selling against the market makers above and below NAV to try and get it to trade at NAV. No one knows if it will work in times of stress/selling. Discount movements may be an opportunity or they could kill you (financially speaking). You might want to do some more research. Try The Association of Investment Companies if you do.
steve3sandal
02/3/2020
16:58
pvb, I'm sorry, I'm clearly being thick here but there is no reason why the discount should vary is there? If an IT trades at a discount of, say, 3% to NAV (the underlying investments), then if the NAV goes down by, say, 12% and the IT price goes down by the same amount, the discount remains the same.
jeffian
02/3/2020
16:40
Just a thought,When will James Anderson retire?
lollipop1
01/3/2020
19:23
Err... ;-) IT = Collection of Priced Investments Investment prices go down ==> IT NAV goes down IT NAV goes down ==> IT price goes down PLUS (Particularly in a bear market) IT discount increases = IT price goes down even more Short version: Price drops + Increase in discounts
pvb
01/3/2020
16:01
Not necessarily. Depends on how much the underlying investments went down, surely?
jeffian
29/2/2020
14:33
basstrend 29 Feb '20 - 13:57 - 824 of 824 I hold six investment trusts in my SIPP, including SMT and they all took a severe bashing last week. Scottish Mortgage Trust fell by 13.69% !! In just one week the average drop was 17%, which is quite a bit higher than the global markets dropped in the last week. Not sure I understand why ITs suffered worse (other than travel related stocks) compared to other stocks and indices.. Price drops + Increase in discounts?
pvb
29/2/2020
13:57
I hold six investment trusts in my SIPP, including SMT and they all took a severe bashing last week. Scottish Mortgage Trust fell by 13.69% !! In just one week the average drop was 17%, which is quite a bit higher than the global markets dropped in the last week. Not sure I understand why ITs suffered worse (other than travel related stocks) compared to other stocks and indices.. Anyway, here's the drop I observed on the 6 trusts mentioned above, in the last 5 market days only - 18.95% ATT - Allianz Technology Trust 18.28% THRG - BlackRock Throgmorton Trust 18.85% MNL - Manchester & London Inv Trust 14.86% PCT - Polar Capital Trust 13.69% SMT - Scottish Mortgage Trust 17.39% SSON - Smithson Inv Trust NB the average 5 day drop across these 6 IT's is: 17% - quite shocking really!
basstrend
20/2/2020
11:41
good spot. thanks also got some Zillow in their Monks Investment Trust. but none in ScoMo!
quepassa
20/2/2020
11:04
I know its in their Edinburgh Worldwide IT
robow
20/2/2020
09:58
Baillie Gifford are shown by CNN Business as holding a massive 7.92% of Zillow but latest portfolio of ScoMo shows that ScoMo itself not invested in Zillow. Clearly, the BG holding is via other funds. hXXps://money.cnn.com/quote/shareholders/shareholders.html?symb=Z&subView=institutional ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
20/2/2020
08:35
Astonishing results from burgeoning Zillow last night. Rocket-ship. Soared 15% in after-hours trading. The first company to truly digitise real-estate. Fast becoming an amazonian of the digital real-estate space. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
19/2/2020
18:40
I'll drink to SMT for sure !
panshanger1
19/2/2020
18:20
stella?? artois ??
the monkster
19/2/2020
18:01
Stella run up to a new high !!
panshanger1
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