Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Witan Pacific Investment Trust Plc LSE:WPC London Ordinary Share GB0003656021 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 397.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
380.00 393.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 6.07 4.89 7.15 55.5 243
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 397.00 GBX

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Witan Pacific Investment Daily Update: Witan Pacific Investment Trust Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WPC. The last closing price for Witan Pacific Investment was 397p.
Witan Pacific Investment Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 397p while the 1 year low share price is currently 341p.
There are currently 61,093,537 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Witan Pacific Investment Trust Plc is £242,541,341.89.
vacendak: They are still dropping the RNS on the WPC ticker, even if ADVFN (and the others) have stopped reporting the share price under WPC. Anyway, everything now works under BGCG.
vacendak: The resolutions have passed so it is hara-kiri for Witan Pacific. Sweet irony, WPC has been beating the benchmark more or less since the announcement of its potential demise. Witan is given a perfunctory good bye in the latest communication. Https:// How the mighty have fallen. They were laughing, back in 2005, when they took over the trust from their arch rival Foreign & Colonial (F&C Pacific Investment Trust) and now they got dropped pretty summarily. After all it was the managers that were given an ultimatum last year about liquidating at NAV, not Witan. The new vehicle will be called "Baillie Gifford China Growth Trust plc" and shall have the ticker BGCG. I have prepared a new thread for it: Trying to convince myself to convert in full: htTps:// The article makes some good points indeed.
vacendak: I am agonising on this one. I guess I will take the hypocritical way and stay in too. Baillie Gifford are king Midas compared to the team Witan had put together with WPC of late. Also, the new trust will keep the dividend reserves, which they say they will drain, as in redistribute, over the course of the first year as the new plan is for growth only. Thus, exiting would mean losing on that cash. I am now looking into something that is Far East without too much China and no Japan, which I have plenty of, happily so far, but separately. SDP might do the trick (Schroder AsiaPacific). It performs well compared to WPC. The portfolio is a bit bizarre as it lists some holdings in UK, USA, Italy and Germany but those are allegedly due to companies that are focused on Asia/Pacific. So, I shall be following that a bit and potentially open a small position, then top up accordingly, when I feel like rebalancing the portfolio to Far East ex-Japan.
vacendak: Https:// 100% China? In this environment? Even though I have a lot of respect for Baillie Gifford, this is just not right. I do not wish to put all of my WPC investment in the hands of filfthy commies. Then again, one should not mix investment with politics. After all Barclays and others bankrolled the Reich during WWII.
vacendak: Https:// 100% China? In this environment? Even though I have a lot of respect for Baillie Gifford, this is just not right. I do not wish to put all of my WPC investment in the hands of filfthy commies.
vacendak: I have had a look at the latest video updates from the WPC managers. Https:// Mostly moaning about late 2018. Everubody seems to be worshipping at the altar of "value investing". Nothing wrong with that mind you; I like the method but it has not really worked great of late.
thomasthetank1: Read Edison's note on WITAN PACIFIC INVESTMENT TR (WPC), out this morning, by visiting hxxps:// "Witan Pacific Investment Trust (WPC) is a well-established investment trust differentiated by its broad Asian exposure and multi-manager approach adopted in 2005.The three investment managers – Aberdeen, Matthews and Gavekal – employ different investment styles but all have a remit to invest in the Asia-Pacific region including Japan and Australia. WPC has outperformed its benchmark over the longer term and achieved its aim of growing annual dividends at a higher rate than UK inflation. Investors may be attracted by the forw ..."
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