With the insane low volumn on this, despite the growing popularity of 'tech-segment' type business, it won't take much of a positive suprise or guidance to get folks running into this. Likewise, bad news means everyone will want to sell with nobody wanting to buy. I'm gonna say it's a 50-50 proposition for how earnings go here, but I expect a 10% swing either way.
Thank you to those who replied to my message 3 months ago. Here's another one. How is TPINX's actual share price determined? Again my apologies as somewhat less than a financial expert. My understanding of general mutual funds is obviously the price is simply dividing the total assets' value by # of shares of the fund (thus why mutual funds don't trade on open market and price moves aren't moved by 'supply and demand'...though with enough demand a popular fund ultimately can help lift its segment of equities).
What I am clueless on is how a share price is calculated for TPINX? Thanks in advance for the financial lesson whomever can respond.
Also..obviously I remain a holder and plan to hold TPINX for years..if not decades to come-- but it sure seems like the price volatility has been above what is expected the past 6 months for a 'bond fund'? Would others agree? Curious what's driving now this fairly quick spike upward. I only a bit under 2,000 shares but it's nice to see the share price back above 13!! Thanks again!