Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Utilico Investment Trust LSE:UIL London Ordinary Share GB00B00KTN51 ORD 1.5625P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 305.25p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:30:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
0.0 1.0 0.9 343.0 0.00

Utilico Investment Trust Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/12/2003
08:40
One article on O'Neill's 'cup with handle' patterns can be found at: http://daytrading.about.com/library/graphics/032299/bl_mcd_after.htm The UIL chart definitely meets the 'long base' criterion very well. Another article I found at www.marketocracy.com about such patterns has: 'O'Neill calls it a cup-and-handle formation: Elliott Wave calls it a Wave 3 breakout, which are the most profitable waves of all, when they occur, especially when the fundamentals warrant such a move'. No one should follow charts blindly - however, used accurately and sensibly, particularly in a bull market, they can be useful. Now, why are you invested in Utilico?
chart master
22/12/2003
22:57
Thank you. O'Neills cup sounds interesting. What do you use to identify these patterns for you?
praipus
22/12/2003
19:43
I do not trade very often, as I cannot track stocks during the day, so I like to look for very bullish patterns whenever possible. One such pattern, as you probably know, is O'Neill's 'cup with handle' pattern. My last pick was way back in July, for Teather and Greenwood (TEG), which also did very well while I held it.
chart master
22/12/2003
14:06
Glasgow Airport stake sale to Infratil £11m! Strong buy IMHO.
praipus
22/12/2003
13:56
Sorry this is off topic: Chart Master, What or who's software do you use for charting and selecting stocks?
praipus
20/12/2003
21:05
Upward momentum as forecast.
chart master
19/12/2003
23:41
Still significantly under valued, stong buy IMHO
praipus
19/12/2003
11:57
NAV £1.20 - £1.24 discount narrowing, premium looking highly probable. Warrants looking cheap again. Good value strong buy IMHO.
praipus
18/12/2003
22:49
UIL chart on technical target.
chart master
17/12/2003
21:24
http://www.fandc.co.uk/UKPrivateInvestors/trusts/utilico.asp Some interesting info here about what the management team has been doing and which shares are contributing to the NAV increase.
praipus
16/12/2003
17:09
Looks like a wall of fear chart ... however the last vehicle the management used went from 40p to £2.20 through ultra conservative investment in utility and infrastructure situations. The long suffering 15% discount to NAV is no longer appropriate IMHO and further upward correction highly probable.
praipus
15/12/2003
22:08
£1.60 has been identified as a possible target.
chart master
12/12/2003
10:36
Closed above £1.00 yesterday a chartist would target £1.50 - £1.60 premium territory! IMHO
praipus
28/11/2003
10:10
Nav up to £1.19 to £1.22 shares trading at 95p - 99p! These and the warrants remain a strong buy IMHO.
praipus
22/11/2003
22:39
ESH have announced buying Pheonix for £180 odd million, UIL own a significant percentage of ESH, from memory 9 to 14%. So the NAV will rise again when the purchase goes through. Stronger buy than ususal IMHO.
praipus
21/11/2003
13:03
Binky says yes. BNK
binky natters
21/11/2003
13:02
I always check with Roy before taking UIL to the cleaners. Roy always manages to take me to the cleaners though! BNK
binky natters
21/11/2003
13:00
Remeber Longstaffe before you dig too deep into your pockets. BNK
binky natters
21/11/2003
12:59
keep it small but spread it thick. BNK
binky natters
05/11/2003
22:30
Nav up to £1.16 to £1.19 shares trading at 91p-96p stong buy IMHO
praipus
03/11/2003
16:22
Newsarticle today saying one of China's utilitiy companies is going public and rumoured to be oversubscribed by 70 times! Think Utilico has significant exposure to a number of China's utilities.
praipus
31/10/2003
13:10
NAV £1.17p now, this is in the "well kept secret" category!
praipus
10/10/2003
15:37
NAV now £1.08 - £1.10!
praipus
06/10/2003
15:27
Hi Linhur, You could be right. Though most of the holdings are in water only companies and in particular ESH (East Surrey Water) who as you probably know had quite a todo with the regulater last time. Cost a lot of money but the result was reasonably good for all parties. Also hasnt the regulator been talking about relaxing restrictions in terms of takeovers in order to make it easier for these companies to grow and utilmately raise money for capital works? Lastly the sector has always been overlooked and blatant discrepencies between NAV and share price are common. ESH again has cash of circa £1.37 p and NAV of £2.96 so share price should be £4.31 shouldnt it? UIL own a significant number of these. Some value cash as a multiple does anyone know what it is? regards praipus
praipus
04/10/2003
00:32
NAV now around 1.05 and the shares are 82/87p significantly undervalued. They have a mix of safe quoted and unquoted investments and at these levels represent buying opportunity, but they could easily remain a well kept secret as they were before in the SUIT structure. UIL should be trading at 5/10% above NAV in my opinion or at least at NAV, dividend due in April 04.
praipus
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