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PHI Insider Trading (Pacific Horizon Investment Trust)

Insider Ownership Percentage: N/A
Insider Buying (Last 12 Months): £14,912.52
Insider Selling (Last 12 Months): GBX 0

Pacific Horizon Investment Trust Insider Trading History Chart

This chart shows the insider buying and selling history at Pacific Horizon Investment Trust by year and by quarter.

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Pacific Horizon Investment Trust Share Price & Price History

Current Price: GBX 648
Price Change: Price Increase of +1 (0.15%)
As of 05/17/2022 05:35 PM ET

This chart shows the closing price history over time for PHI up to the past year.

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27 U.S. Cities Where Stocks Yield 26% a Year
What’s the highest-yielding stock you’ve ever owned? The dividends for these stocks have risen so fast over the years that they’re now yielding us an average of 26%!

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Pacific Horizon Investment Trust Insider Trading History

Transaction DateInsider NameTitleBuy/SellNumber of SharesAverage Share PriceTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionDetails
9/29/2021Angela LaneInsiderBuy1,722GBX 866£14,912.52
3/9/2021Wee-Li HeeInsiderBuy5,000GBX 695£34,750
11/3/2020Richard Frank StudwellInsiderBuy1,000GBX 670£6,700
3/17/2020Richard Frank StudwellInsiderBuy1,000GBX 263£2,630
11/14/2019Richard Frank StudwellInsiderBuy2,000GBX 323£6,460
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27 U.S. Cities Where Stocks Yield 26% a Year
What’s the highest-yielding stock you’ve ever owned? The dividends for these stocks have risen so fast over the years that they’re now yielding us an average of 26%!

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SEC Filings (Institutional Ownership Changes) for Pacific Horizon Investment Trust (LON:PHI)

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Pacific Horizon Investment Trust PLC is a closed-ended equity mutual fund launched and managed by Baillie Gifford & Co Ltd. The fund is co-managed by Baillie Gifford & Co. It invests in the public equity markets of the Asia Pacific region (excluding Japan) and of the Indian Sub-continent. The fund seeks to invest in stocks of companies across diversified sectors. It primarily invests in growth stocks of companies across all market capitalizations. The fund focuses on securities which can grow their earnings and cash flows faster than the average while creating its portfolio. It is actively managed. The fund benchmarks the performance of its portfolio against the MSCI All Country Far East ex Japan Index (in sterling terms). It was formerly known as Baillie Gifford Pacific Horizon Investment Trust. Pacific Horizon Investment Trust PLC was formed on February 1, 1989 and is domiciled in the United Kingdom.
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Today's Range

Now: GBX 648
Low: 640
High: 664

50 Day Range

MA: GBX 707.90
Low: 623
High: 750.08

52 Week Range

Now: GBX 648
Low: 600
High: 954

Volume

186,313 shs

Average Volume

226,238 shs

Market Capitalization

£595.26 million

P/E Ratio

21.60

Dividend Yield

0.03%

Beta

N/A

Who are the company insiders with the largest holdings of Pacific Horizon Investment Trust?

Pacific Horizon Investment Trust's top insider shareholders include:
  1. Angela Lane (Insider)
  2. Richard Frank Studwell (Insider)
  3. Wee-Li Hee (Insider)
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27 U.S. Cities Where Stocks Yield 26% a Year
What’s the highest-yielding stock you’ve ever owned? The dividends for these stocks have risen so fast over the years that they’re now yielding us an average of 26%!

When you start getting paid 26% on your money, your financial problems tend to pretty much evaporate.
Get in on the action here.