Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Woodford Patient Capital Trust Plc LSE:WPCT London Ordinary Share GB00BVG1CF25 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 33.60 33.55 33.90 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -3.8 -0.5 - 305

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28/11/2019
16:42
careful - "A knowledge of obscure poets and the King James Bible." Google is a wonderful thing: it enables anyone to wear a magic cloak on a bulletin board. And one individual can have numerous personae and specialist subjects. Don't get too carried away by apparent wisdom. Actually, this share price is not too far from what I thought might be "greedy punt" level. But these days I don't need that kind of excitement. Go on, fill yer boots, but it won't be "careful" of you. Some might say it won't end well.
jonwig
28/11/2019
15:35
Steady as she goes today for wpct. Is this the turning point, onward and upward to sunlit uplands. Great to read such cultured posts on this thread. A knowledge of obscure poets and the King James Bible. Amazes me how such people are always so innumerate. We all have our special subjects I suppose. Mine is contrarian investments, it is a gift.
careful
28/11/2019
07:16
Rutherford Health is an avid collector of Neddies: number eight appointed today. A sign of megalomania. Meanwhile the ex-Woodord stake is still there to be explained.
jonwig
27/11/2019
14:40
RCT2 - Was it not a poet named Thomas Tusser who worded it slightly differently? “A foole and his money be soone at debate: which after with sorow repents him too late.” (500 Points of Good Husbandry - 1557) It was then used in the King James bible in the succinct words valid still to this day.
erogenous jones
27/11/2019
14:30
Lol @RCT2. Plenty of evidence of that thus far!
spectoacc
27/11/2019
14:19
or "a fool and his money are soon parted"
rcturner2
27/11/2019
14:14
Free thinkers alway ignore the rants of the masses.
careful
27/11/2019
13:26
“Topped up” = bought yet again as unable to believe or accept the current losses. Worse than that is that you have failed to understand how they have come about, notwithstanding many, many posts on this board which have outlined just those risks. Quite remarkable.
chucko1
27/11/2019
13:04
Just topped up with a few at 28.5p. A Black Friday bargain. 2 for the price of 1.
careful
27/11/2019
12:03
100% correct Topvest and no amount of disgruntled posters red ticking you down can change that fact! They have been well and truly shafted !!!
my retirement fund
27/11/2019
11:48
careful, You're the only guy that believes the numbers, that's why.
andy
27/11/2019
11:30
There are probably no buyers because everyone wants to get out and no one trusts the numbers. What's left is pretty much a portfolio of really illiquid tech stocks that are binary bets.
jaknife
27/11/2019
11:23
Is there any hope here? discount to net assets 50%. Why do they quote such meaningless numbers? it should be illegal. Why no buyers at this level?
careful
26/11/2019
19:52
Fat Bloke Finance. Quid pro quo for bailing Woody out of a (then) hole in Guernsey? That went well...
spectoacc
26/11/2019
19:50
Sabina and Raven Russia have really turned the Woodford funds over! They have both generated enormous shareholder value by doing a buy-back with a forced seller. Unfortunately, the other side of this is the loss of Woodford investor's hard earned cash.
topvest
25/11/2019
16:48
"The largest loss has been shouldered in the sale of the fund's stake in Sabina Estates back to the company for €50 million (£43 million), around half the £85 million at which it was valued by the fund." Interesting reminder of the Sabina/RAV/Guernsey listings connection on CityWire.
spectoacc
25/11/2019
07:28
Good news comes too late for Neil: Oxford Nanopore is planning to raise £125 million before the end of the year in a move that could ease the stricken Woodford Equity Income fund's exit from its largest unquoted company holding. The gene sequencing company has filed documents with Companies House announcing its intention to issue 2,155,172 shares priced at £58. That would represent a 12% uplift to the price of its last fundraise in 2018 at £51.75 per share, and implies a valuation of £1.8 billion if it is successful in raising the cash, up from £1.5 billion last year. Also included in the documents are provisions that would make it easier for existing shareholders to offload their stock. https://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/oxford-nanopore-clears-exit-for-woodford-funds-with-125m-raise/a1296945?ref=citywire-money-latest-news-list
jonwig
24/11/2019
11:32
Specto - the announcement says Verseon bought shares held by Link that were formerly owned by Woodford.
daffyjones
23/11/2019
13:22
@daffy - is it Woody exiting, or the co Link appointed (that wasn't BlackRock)? Wondering if he's genuinely seen the light, or it's not him at all. Press gone quiet on the personal side for Woodford - the horses, the houses, the marrying the secretary, the c.£50m from WIM.
spectoacc
23/11/2019
10:40
Woody finally exits from Verseon, the failed biotech punt that gobbled up millions for years but never put out a product or created any revenues. Verseon has bought back 35m shares from Link at 1.56p - Woody originally invested at 200p+. Also an exit from Xeros, the company which tried to reinvent the washing machine by making them run on hugely expensive nanoparticles instead of water for no apparent reason. Share price has fallen 99.5% from its 2015 peak.
daffyjones
22/11/2019
13:33
CityWire reporting Oxford Nano's long-delayed fundraising is coming "before the end of the year", and at a decent valuation - c.12% above Woody/WEIF/Link's valuation. Hold your horses tho - they're also trying to organise an exit, at a lower price nearer to WEIF NAV. Still a positive, and for WPCT, if it goes out anywhere near NAV.
spectoacc
22/11/2019
09:38
4th time I've seen this posted, and will be no less cr*p! Edward is saying what we said, only he's saying it after the event. (Basically - Woody abandoned his previous Invesco strategy after a few years of WIM, switching to much riskier unlisteds/unicorns/smallcaps).
spectoacc
22/11/2019
09:26
What went wrong at #Woodford: A forensic investigation of the Woodford Equity Income Fund's history. This does not relate to the Patient Capital Trust (WPCT), but I thought there were some interesting insights raised, that makes this investigation into the Woodford Equity Income fund here, of interest. Although nothing can be done to reverse events for those holders of the WIEF, it's important to recognise what investors can learn from the mistakes made, for future successful investing. This is the keynote presentation at Mello London November 2019 by Edward Page Crofts, Founder, Stockopedia. Https://www.piworld.co.uk/2019/11/22/what-went-wrong-at-woodford-a-forensic-investigation-of-the-woodford-equity-income-fund-history/
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