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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Third Poi. ?? LSE:TPOG London Ordinary Share GG00B1YQ6R97 ORD NPV £
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1,510.00 1,490.00 1,530.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 137.0 0.0 - 748

Third Point Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/6/2013
10:51
Sony are considering Mr Loeb's letter but the Japs are being slow so expect some pushing from the Yanks............
anley
18/6/2013
12:16
Loeb has since increased its stake in Sony to around 7% - pressure on the Sony board this Thursday.
anley
21/5/2013
11:39
I am surprised that this stock is not followed by more brokers and their clients............but that is the City for you!!
anley
16/5/2013
20:25
Discount moved from around 20% to less than 5%. Still a buy imho, Loeb a remarkable truly contrarian investor.
checkers2
13/5/2013
17:48
AND it may have started to close...............
anley
23/4/2013
09:53
Sorry about the spelling mistake. Still a good gap between NAV and the market price!
anley
22/2/2013
16:39
Loeb not Loab Anly. A very interesting investor, but unfortunately pulbicity shy, so hard to learn more about his strategy. They only give out quarterly reports with a bit of meat on them. Admired his moves on Herbalife, cornering Pershing nicely. Classic.
checkers2
21/2/2013
12:41
It will be interesting to see what happens to the price if the market in the USA were to go down say 7/10%...........a test for LOAB and his team and how they have orgainsed the funds portfolio..........we shall see.
anley
11/2/2013
20:01
Interesting to see that all trades today were BUYs.
mangal
11/2/2013
15:59
This w/e's article may well have given this a bit more visisbilty & let's hope a bit more liquidity too: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/59b06c5a-6a22-11e2-a7d2-00144feab49a.html#axzz2KbfglVRi
mangal
11/2/2013
14:30
Not really ......however, the liquidity is the problem so dealing in this share could be tricky for short term punters. This is for medium and long term holders and it was my son in NY who told me to buy this on dips but even that could be difficult if all of a sudden the fund goes short and the short then becomes profitable.
anley
28/1/2013
22:29
still trades at discount to NAV, even after the recent dizzing rise in sp; strange !
mangal
28/1/2013
21:11
Here is their 4th quarter report, dated 9/01/2013 http://cdn2.insidermonkey.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Dan-Loeb-Third-Point-2012-Q4-Investor-Letter.pdf
checkers2
21/1/2013
18:10
geez..how much higher
badtime
22/12/2012
09:09
More on the Greek bonds http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/a4599774-4b67-11e2-887b-00144feab49a.html#axzz2FX0xutM3
langostino
19/12/2012
19:10
Good news today, and convinced me to add more to my holdings, and share price hardly budged.
checkers2
19/12/2012
15:52
Profit on Greek bonds http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/9754460/Dan-Loebs-Third-Point-hedge-fund-makes-500m-profit-from-Greek-bonds.html
aa29
14/11/2012
20:15
I will not be applying to tender. Maybe after reading the small print, filling in the forms, waiting for the cashback it would be worth it. But I am just hoping it works as a catalyst for reducing the discount and waiting to pocket the 56.4p dividend. That is a misnomer anyway because it is coming straight out of capital. I am amazed there is not more volume on this share. It is such a good entry into a fund otherwise closed to us mere mortals. This discount is going to close soon. I am only sorry to hear the Loeb financially supported Obama in 2008 and switched to Romney in 2012. Hope it was his own money!
langostino
14/11/2012
19:54
My thinking is that if you can tender at a discount better than the current share price discount, you might as well sell by tender and then buy back in later, after receiving the proceeds of the tender offer.
mangal
14/11/2012
18:42
Am I correct in thinking the discount is now around 20%. So worth buying more surely!
checkers2
14/11/2012
18:39
I personally intend to hold on to mine, as I believe in the long term prospects of the fund. Having the discount in effects gives you a slighly leveraged play on the fund.
checkers2
14/11/2012
17:48
langostino, r u going to tender? if so, at what level? I hold these in both my ISA & sipp. I have tendered the smaller of the two holdings at 6% discount; & now, wondering whether to pitch the other holding at a larger discount - say, 10%. any ideas?
mangal
26/10/2012
17:51
Finally done something about the discount plus a November dividend. Great news.
langostino
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