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Add NAV data for Investment Trusts

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      • davidwandrewdavidwandrew commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Why does your Screen tool not display all the 1000+ Collective Investment companies? it only displays those 170 that you have attached a ranking to. I would still like to use your screen tool on the other 900+ Collective Investments please even if there are no proprietary rankings. help please - amI missing something?

      • daverollodaverollo commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Any news on whether/when IT's will be included in any of the analysis tools or rankings?

      • chasbmwchasbmw commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        please follow this suggestion as many of us Invest mainly through investment trusts
        NAVs shown in Investment Trusts (plus price premium/discount to reported NAV). And key screen would be ITs ranked by highest discount -> highest premium. This should be a powerful value tool as high IT discounts tend to revert to their mean at least.

      • JTGJTG commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        NAVs shown in Investment Trusts (plus price premium/discount to reported NAV). And key screen would be ITs ranked by highest discount -> highest premium. This should be a powerful value tool as high IT discounts tend to revert to their mean at least.

      • arnottjr14arnottjr14 commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I'll second that, I invest primarily in Investments trusts, so NAV is a must have.

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