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STS Sts Global Income & Growth Trust Plc

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14 Jun 2024 - Closed
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Sts Global Income & Growth Investors - STS

Sts Global Income & Growth Investors - STS

Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Sts Global Income & Growth Trust Plc STS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 217.00 16:35:14
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
215.00 215.00 215.00 217.00 217.00
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Posted at 14/8/2022 14:27 by cynicalsteve
Hi Steve, it surprises me how quiet many of the boards are, has there been an apocalypse and we didn't notice?
I'm currently an investor in another Troy fund PNL, its mix of Tech/Consumer/Medical equities plus gold and TIPs was perfect during Brexit, the pandemic and the Ukraine war. Now I'm less keen on Troy funds because I worry their equity portfolios might be TOO concentrated, both by number of stocks held and sectors they invest in. I also remember that they bought tobacco stocks all the way up but held them most of the way down, I fear they will do the same with tech companies. The STS portfolio is more diverse, with less tech, so it's one I'm keeping an eye on, waiting for an entry point.
Posted at 04/11/2021 23:31 by boozey
Now above pre-pandemic highs. One for the patient investors!
Posted at 22/9/2012 17:13 by northernlass
QE Is Good News


Quantitative easing, or money printing, by central banks provides a good backdrop for shares, says Alan Porter, manager of the Securities Trust of Scotland.

The stock market's initial enthusiasm for the US Federal Reserve's decision to launch 'QE3', or another big round of injecting new money into the US economy, shows just how much markets are being driven by macro concerns, although the rally did peter out this week.

Alan Porter, manager of the Securities Trust of Scotland, a global investment trust, says quantitative easing (QE) by central banks like the Fed, but also the Bank of England, the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan, can create a great situation for investors in shares.

QE involves central banks creating new money and using it to buy government bonds and other assets with the aim of reducing long-term interest rates. Porter explains that this creates a scarcity of income as yields on the bonds and the assets that are purchased are pushed down as their prices rise.

This is good news for shares, or equities, because their higher dividend yields then look attractive to investors who buy them.


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