Rob Bould: Shares on new IPSX will trade closer to NAV

One of the main advantages of London’s new International Property Securities Exchange (IPSX) is that because it is focused on real estate, shares will trade at prices closer to their net asset value, IPSX senior adviser Rob Bould explained to Real Asset Media’s Richard Betts.

Bould said that, in contrast, on a diverse market such as the London Stock Exchange, real estate is just a small proportion of the market and is subject to the wider market and political influences on share prices.

IPSX enables investors to trade shares in companies holding single assets on a daily basis.

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