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STS Sts Global Income & Growth Trust Plc

217.00
0.00 (0.00%)
14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sts Global Income & Growth Trust Plc LSE:STS London Ordinary Share GB00B09G3N23 RED ORDS 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 217.00 214.00 217.00 215.00 215.00 215.00 51,416 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Finance Services -296k -4.37M -0.0437 -49.20 214.85M
Sts Global Income & Growth Trust Plc is listed in the Finance Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker STS. The last closing price for Sts Global Income & Growth was 217p. Over the last year, Sts Global Income & Growth shares have traded in a share price range of 207.00p to 227.00p.

Sts Global Income & Growth currently has 99,930,075 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Sts Global Income & Growth is £214.85 million. Sts Global Income & Growth has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -49.20.

Sts Global Income & Growth Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/11/2023
15:33
The Trust industry is experiencing lots of combinations. STS and TIGT seem a perfect fit. Don't hold either but will revisit STS when its larger.
mozy123
14/8/2022
16:43
Indeed Troy track record also good during GFC which I think helped Seb win the PNL mandate. I've about 10% between STS and TIGT. Short term performance moderate but over time investing in 20% ROC companies will probably work out OK.
steve3sandal1
14/8/2022
14:27
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.

cynicalsteve
11/8/2022
15:19
The quietest board. If anyone knows how to change the title to.. Say... Secs Trust Scotland.. It might attract some interest. This is one of my top 10 attracted by the portfolio and obviously Troy.
steve3sandal1
04/11/2021
23:31
Now above pre-pandemic highs. One for the patient investors!
boozey
18/9/2020
09:49
Yes up finally, the portfolio looks good, but price hasn't really moved up enough. Maybe Troy will help, but I'm not sure.
chc15
17/9/2020
16:47
Delighted as it's gone up a bit! You are not totally alone..... but it is rather quiet on here.
mbu69
17/9/2020
16:09
Well Troy it is, happy anyone?
chc15
23/12/2019
13:59
Doing well, at premium, any thoughts
chc15
20/11/2019
23:42
Seems to be ticking up v slowly, any thoughts out there..
chc15
06/8/2019
12:31
Just bought into this, decent performance this year, so hope it recovers...
chc15
29/6/2019
15:02
Now 193.5, so improving.
pherrom
31/7/2018
13:42
I have been accumulating a few of these lately. I have been looking to diversify out of the British stock market because of the twin threats of Brexit and Jeremy Corbyn and this fits the bill nicely. Only 15% of the portfolio is in Britain. This is also the only decent trust in the global equity income sector which is at a significant discount. I also think that a value investing approach to stock markets might do well in the next few years after a long period of underperformance.
biggest bill
29/6/2018
07:57
A year ago these were £1.68. Today they are £1.68.
Last 4 dividends 6.1p. Yield 3.6%
A bit more than an instant access deposit account but one expects better.

pherrom
23/6/2015
13:26
New Edison research note...

Growth and income from a concentrated portfolio -

speedsgh
23/6/2015
13:23
New Edison research note...

Growth and income from a concentrated portfolio -

Have added to header.

speedsgh
17/6/2015
14:41
NEW INTERVIEW...

Executive Interview: Securities Trust of Scotland -

Securities Trust of Scotland (STS) seeks a combination of rising income and long-term capital growth from a concentrated (currently 46 stocks) global portfolio of mainly larger companies. Stocks are chosen for attributes including yield and dividend growth, financial strength and valuation. Recently the shares have moved to a discount to NAV, but a new policy to enhance the yield, together with the potential for better underlying performance, could see the shares re-rate to a level closer to peers.

In this interview, the portfolio manager, Alan Porter, explains the rationale for recent additions to the portfolio and the change in the dividend policy.

speedsgh
17/6/2015
14:40
New thread here -
speedsgh
16/6/2015
15:53
Paying some of the dividend out of capital sounds a little too cannibalistic for me.
beardmore
16/6/2015
15:08
STS website -

STS dividend history -

Financial Results to 31 March 2015 -

Mentioned here (12/6/15) -

Edison research note (Nov 2014) -

NEW Executive Interview: Securities Trust of Scotland (Jun 2015) -
Portfolio manager, Alan Porter, explains the rationale for recent additions to the portfolio and the change in the dividend policy.

NEW Edison research note (Jun 2015) -

speedsgh
16/6/2015
14:51
NEW INTERVIEW...

Executive Interview: Securities Trust of Scotland -

Securities Trust of Scotland (STS) seeks a combination of rising income and long-term capital growth from a concentrated (currently 46 stocks) global portfolio of mainly larger companies. Stocks are chosen for attributes including yield and dividend growth, financial strength and valuation. Recently the shares have moved to a discount to NAV, but a new policy to enhance the yield, together with the potential for better underlying performance, could see the shares re-rate to a level closer to peers.

In this interview, the portfolio manager, Alan Porter, explains the rationale for recent additions to the portfolio and the change in the dividend policy.

speedsgh
12/6/2015
11:37
STS website -

STS dividend history -

Financial Results to 31 March 2015 -

Mentioned here today -

Most recent Edison research note (Nov 2014) -

speedsgh
31/12/2012
11:09
STS is showing as "unknown stock" in my ADVFN portfolio.
WHY, as it is still quoted in my monitor and intra day chart?

walthera
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