Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Templeton Emerging Mkts Inv Trust LSE:TEM London Ordinary Share GB0008829292 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +6.00p +0.87% 699.00p 699.00p 701.00p 700.00p 695.00p 695.00p 450,330 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 60.5 50.2 15.9 44.0 2,149.20

Templeton Emerging Mkts Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/10/2009
19:23
Typical innit. Sold out of these at about 430 in early sep,and JRS for about 360,and BRWM for about 460 - and they've all gone storming on. Shouldn't rrealy complain tho,as bought financials and property instead with IERE at 22 (now 33),BPW at 70 (now 102),and FAS (on the NYSE) at between 50 and 70 (now 88),as well as some QED,KEIF,TRY - so overall i'm about the same as if i'd stayed in JRS,TEM,BRWM - just thought they were all due a bit of a pullback - and intended buyinmg back in when it occurs. There must be one at some stage surely !
carterit
12/10/2009
13:49
NAV now 523.55p a share
dasv
12/10/2009
13:34
Wow! It has sliced through all resistance without effort, 500 hit. This is now in break out territory, if it can hold this area for a few days more, then it can rise more, perhaps a lot more. Wish I was still holding this one.
traderabc
08/10/2009
18:50
Dasv. Thanks. Confirms the geographical spread - one of the things I liked about TEM when I bought in (a couple of years ago).
hoggetwood
05/10/2009
16:44
holdings breakdown: http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=39755773&epic=TEM
dasv
05/10/2009
10:46
Added 5k in the SIPP. NAV is 493p.
dasv
05/10/2009
09:43
Lovely big rise today.
dondee
28/9/2009
14:19
463p today.
dondee
28/9/2009
14:19
463p today.
dondee
18/9/2009
15:09
trader Dr Mark Mobius. He's headed the trust since its original float and I'm not sure if its share performance can be bettered although its yield isn't anything to shout about and a lot of the total gains in the stock market are said to be down to reinvested dividend income. I think having something in overseas' markets is a decent risk. It guards against a fall in the value of sterling and, provided the share picks and allocation are half decent, offers the benefit of faster growing economies. Good luck!
maplinrover
18/9/2009
11:51
'what say you now it's reached 450?' Grrr! The seasonal factors I was(am) concerned about do not seem to have happened this year (so far). Usually volatility happens by the second week of September. This year does appear to be different, very different. That said I'm still not going to be diving into this market till we have seen some sort of retrenchment. As far as TEM is concerned we could see the 480 (+) area hit soon if the general indexes keep up this rally. TEM is moving into a resistance area presently, I'd be surprised if it broke straight through this area from 450 to 500 ish without a bit of a battle. To the downside there is support at 425 and stronger support at 400 (ish) Who is Dr Mark? Faber?
traderabc
18/9/2009
07:20
traderbc what say you now it's reached 450? Over the years I've come to trust the judgement of Dr Mark and he says still very optimistic.
moldram
09/9/2009
12:20
I'm sure this stock is good for some more upside but I'll leave the rest for people braver then me. Just sold my holding for 422.7 This is a stock I'd like to buy back into at some point, it has had a good run but now seasonal factors are against it. Just for the record it's testing a resistance point at 425, the more it probes this area the more likely it is to break through. There is some support at 400.
traderabc
28/7/2009
11:48
This is positive, it has held its self comfortably above 390 for a few days now, this may well be breakout conformation, which means we should be seeing 450 sooner rather than latter.
traderabc
24/7/2009
17:16
400 target reached, if it can hold a few more days at this level, there is a reasonable chance it will break through this resistance area and move up to 450. If not, this should now range between 350 and 400, a more likely scenario if the seasonal aspects of the stock market are taken into consideration. September is almost always a bad month to hold stocks.
traderabc
15/7/2009
14:41
350 support successfully tested, hopefully 385 next stop.
traderabc
30/6/2009
13:24
Well it didn't get to 400, so I'm still in, this was a healthy retraction, 350 now should offer some support, hopefully we will see 400 this time round.
traderabc
12/6/2009
13:46
By heck! Close to 400 now. The graph is still far too steep for my liking. If it can trade above 400 for a few days I going to hold for a while longer, if it fails at 400 I'm out at close to 375 as possible.
traderabc
22/5/2009
12:41
Still holding up, I thought a retraction to 325 was inevitable. The recent rise is too steep and fast, yet that seems to be the case with so many shares atm. Bail with profits or hold ? It's getting harder to judge, I always find it far easier to buy then sell.
traderabc
08/5/2009
12:46
This is impressive, touched 370 today, now what? Some resiistance is to be expected from here to 400, I still don't trust this rally, that said I'm not going to stand in the way just yet.
traderabc
20/4/2009
13:24
If Darling doesn't raise revenue/cut govt spending then perhaps sterling's into choppy waters. Agreed, The £ is not a good currency, we should see many sectors out performing it during the next few years. The breakout has been confirmed, I'm guessing support is around the 290-310 area now.
traderabc
16/4/2009
15:44
traderabc The big decision. There's probably bad news ahead but also a lot of investment money willing to chase an anticipated, eventual golden glow. It's been a good stock to average up over the past few weeks partly IMO as a hedge against sterling with 22 April getting ever close. If Darling doesn't raise revenue/cut govt spending then perhaps sterling's into choppy waters. EFM and JMC also may be ones to cast an eye over. However the spectacular gains have been in bombed out financial stocks especially ICP but also IAP and EMG which, latter pair, look sound and are thought able to hold their dividend payments.
iomhere
16/4/2009
14:05
IOM, when I bought this I figured I'd hold for several years, now I'm not so sure, it is going to have a trading range of around 80 points, I might bail at 370 (if we get there) and try to buy back in lower. I really like the sector but it is hard to trust this bear market rally to have any longer term sustainability.
traderabc
16/4/2009
13:56
lovegod - 4 Apr'09 - 15:05 - 129 of 133 "Get real guys when chinas GDP comes in at under 8% this april it will spook the markets especially the emerging ones" The market looks forward, this stock was priced accordingly, the 'news' has little relavence. Weak exports hit China's growth China's exports have been declining as world demand slows Annual growth in China's gross domestic product (GDP) slowed in the first quarter of 2009 to 6.1%, the National Bureau of Statistics has announced. This is the weakest growth since quarterly records began in 1992, but some analysts see signs of a recovery. Growth was 6.8% in the last quarter of 2008, but the first quarter GDP figure dropped as exports fell 17% in March. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8001315.stm
traderabc
15/4/2009
20:50
traderabc Pleased to see you are prospering with TEM - good long term record especially when taking its size into account.
iomhere
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