Discover value opportunities close to home with this all-cap UK-focused strategy.
Following approval of the sub-division at a general meeting of the Company, existing ordinary shares of 25 pence nominal value, will each divide into five ordinary shares of 5 pence nominal value. The last day of trading of the existing Ordinary Shares will be 26 June 2015 and the New Ordinary Shares will commence trading on 29 June 2015. There will be no adverse financial impact to customers arising from this change and no further action is required. For further information please view the announcement.
Alex Wright looks for stocks that are undervalued by the market and whose growth potential is not yet appreciated by other investors. Fidelity Special Values PLC may suit investors who want to focus on the UK (although up to 20% can be invested in overseas stock markets).
There are two key elements to Alex's investment approach:
1. Downside risk management
Alex looks for companies where there is limited downside risk. In other words, he wants to invest in companies that have exceptionally cheap valuations or some kind of asset that should stop their share prices falling below a certain level. This can be anything from inventory to intellectual property.
2. Unrecognised growth potential
Alex looks for events that could significantly improve a company’s earning power, but are not currently reflected in the company’s share price. These include changes in the company’s competitors or market, a new product line or an expansion into new business areas.
What's more, the trust benefits from in-depth company and valuation analysis, drawing on the extensive Fidelity research platform.
Registered in England and Wales, registration number 02972628.
Registered office: FIL Investments International, Beech Gate, Millfield Lane, Lower Kingswood, Tadworth, Surrey KT20 6RP.
Fidelity Special Values PLC is a member of the Association of Investment Companies†.
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