Australian (ASX) Stock Market Forum

Differences in Annual Statement Unit Price & ASX Listed Price

Joined
6 December 2022
Posts
2
Reactions
3
This may be a silly question, but I am wondering why the unit price on an Annual Statement from Computershare for an ASX traded share is slightly different from the closing share price listed on the ASX site? Date being 30 June 2022?
 
welcome to ASF,

there are several possibilities

A. your 'unit ' is an ETF ( or Managed Fund )and valued at NTA ( Net Tangible Asset )

that is the value of the assets in the basket (not the last traded price )

B. the last trade was on the Chi-X ( or whatever it is called now ) .. the Chi-X allows smaller increments of trade

C. the price was rounded to the nearest half cent

i hope this helped
 
Upvote 0
welcome to ASF,

there are several possibilities

A. your 'unit ' is an ETF ( or Managed Fund )and valued at NTA ( Net Tangible Asset )

that is the value of the assets in the basket (not the last traded price )

B. the last trade was on the Chi-X ( or whatever it is called now ) .. the Chi-X allows smaller increments of trade

C. the price was rounded to the nearest half cent

i hope this helped
Thank you for your response. The units are an ETF. So if I'm trying to work out what the market value of the investment is at 30 June 2022, I take the statement value as opposed to the ASX traded price, is that correct?
 
Upvote 0
Thank you for your response. The units are an ETF. So if I'm trying to work out what the market value of the investment is at 30 June 2022, I take the statement value as opposed to the ASX traded price, is that correct?
yes , i would ( guessing that you are not selling currently )

ETFs have a thing called 'market makers' , authorized dealers that ( normally ) to buy and sell at a small percentage profit ( for them ) to the estimated current portfolio value .
a little bit quirky to explain but can be useful if you are not panicking to buy or sell

cheers
 
Upvote 0
Top