SMT.L - Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust PLC

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
-0.40 (-0.08%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close495.40
Bid494.80 x 0
Ask495.40 x 0
Day's range492.22 - 499.00
52-week range4.86 - 568.50
Avg. volume486,872
Market cap7.35B
Beta (3Y monthly)N/A
PE ratio (TTM)8.09
Earnings date31 Oct 2019 - 4 Nov 2019
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Why I own FTSE 100-listed Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust in my Stocks & Shares ISA

    Why I own FTSE 100-listed Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust in my Stocks & Shares ISA

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    Unlisted gems bolster returns for top British fund manager

    Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust (SMT.L), one of Britain's early backers of tech companies such as Alibaba (BABA.N), Dropbox (DBX.O) and Spotify (SPOT.N), said its collective pre-IPO bets had more than quadrupled in value since they were first made. Traditionally the preserve of large institutions and well-connected, wealthy individuals, Scottish Mortgage Trust is able to invest in illiquid, unlisted firms partly because as a listed entity it can raise funds without having to worry about investors later suddenly demanding their money back. On Friday, the Edinburgh-based company run by Baillie Gifford fund managers James Anderson and Tom Slater, detailed for the first time how that strategy had paid off.

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