Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Invesco Perpetual Enhanced Income LSE:IPE London Ordinary Share GB00B05NYM32 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 77.125p 76.25p 78.00p 77.125p 77.125p 77.125p 6,412.00 07:30:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 6.7 5.8 4.5 17.1 104.17

Invesco Perpetual Income Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/8/2016
09:50
We're on the wrong thread {apologies}, but yes, BIST has tanked since they announced suspension of buybacks. It's NAV has held steady, can't get any at 111p currently will will keep watching.
colonel a
19/8/2016
09:46
That trust is under review though, isn't it? Not sure I would want to buy with that uncertainty.
rcturner2
19/8/2016
09:00
I just bought some Blackrock Income Strategies, BIST, at 111p. That's a 6% yield and a 10% NAV discount. Not bad. Quarterly dividend goes ex soon.
orinocor
18/8/2016
11:56
I also hold PEY which is not a bond fund, but yields over 7% and is on a big discount. It is a private equity trust and has a good track record of increasing the NAV. They pay 5-8% of the NAV each year as a dividend. However it is listed in euros and that puts some people off.
rcturner2
18/8/2016
11:44
Interesting comments ...anyone looked at PSDL?
badtime
18/8/2016
10:24
I hold NCYF, which is a similar fund but yields 7.5%. I have converted to cash and happy with that at the moment. There will be plenty of opportunities in the future.
rcturner2
18/8/2016
09:40
Could always look at AEFS. 6% yield and a 6% discount. I continue to hold IPE.
tiltonboy
18/8/2016
09:16
There's the question ..where to move your funds too..or is it building up cash in the expectation of a sizeable pull backI've a few shares where I originally bought for yield, but they've made good capital gains on paper
badtime
18/8/2016
08:41
RCT2,Always a wise move to take profits after a good run. I agree that with the share price rise the yield has dropped and we are at a premium to NAV.Where would you consider a better option to be?
warrior boy
18/8/2016
07:02
I have taken profits and sold my holding today at 76.3p. A great run since the beginning of the year, the yield is now dropping and the shares are trading at a premium. Good luck to all who remain.
rcturner2
06/7/2016
12:41
Can't add to that...also due to go exdiv this week
badtime
06/7/2016
12:14
I think people are moving out of equities and into bonds. Bond yields are dropping which means that there is buying and the price is going up.
rcturner2
06/7/2016
11:17
What do you think is driving the price up?
my retirement fund
06/7/2016
09:57
MRF...still in?
badtime
14/3/2016
12:16
MRF...I have stuck a toe in
badtime
11/3/2016
10:03
FWIW I joined you chaps here a little while ago, was fortunate with the timing getting it near the recent bottom and am happy enough to hold for the yield.
cwa1
11/3/2016
09:59
Yes I have taken an allocation, not a massive one but then I do also have a lot of NCYF - you in ?
my retirement fund
10/3/2016
17:33
I see u held these a couple of years ago...back in?
badtime
08/3/2016
11:12
Nice director buy 200K
my retirement fund
15/4/2015
08:30
Am long term holder inside ISA. (is paid taxed at 0%!!) Dividend has been rock solid for many years and decent capital growth. Nice earner, with reserves for 2 years divi Which still leaves my original question, why the persistent recent heavy selling? Whilst asking, any other suggestions for taxed at 0% decent solid earners for my ISA?
rahosi
15/4/2015
07:56
Post 17 definitely does refer to NBLS, rather than IPE. No divi cut here...
wirralowl
14/4/2015
17:42
See Post 17? Edit - but I think this refers to NBLS, on further look.
asmodeus
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