Aberdeen Asian Income Dividends - AAIF

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Aberdeen Asian Income Fund Ltd AAIF London Ordinary Share GB00B0P6J834 ORD NPV
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
2.00 0.87% 231.00 13:40:48
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
229.00 227.00 232.00 229.00
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Aberdeen Asian Income AAIF Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
08/04/2021InterimGBX2.2531/12/202031/12/202122/04/202123/04/202121/05/20210
14/01/2021InterimGBX2.5531/12/201931/12/202021/01/202122/01/202117/02/20219.3
13/10/2020InterimGBX2.2531/12/201931/12/202022/10/202023/10/202018/11/20200
22/07/2020InterimGBX2.2531/12/201931/12/202030/07/202031/07/202021/08/20200
09/04/2020InterimGBX2.2531/12/201931/12/202023/04/202024/04/202022/05/20200
14/01/2020InterimGBX2.531/12/201831/12/201923/01/202024/01/202020/02/20209.25
16/10/2019InterimGBX2.2531/12/201831/12/201924/10/201925/10/201915/11/20190
10/07/2019InterimGBX2.2531/12/201831/12/201918/07/201919/07/201916/08/20190
11/04/2019InterimGBX2.2531/12/201831/12/201925/04/201926/04/201924/05/20190
10/01/2019FinalGBX2.431/12/201731/12/201817/01/201918/01/201920/02/20199.15
17/10/2018InterimGBX2.2531/12/201731/12/201825/10/201826/10/201816/11/20180
12/07/2018InterimGBX2.2531/12/201731/12/201819/07/201820/07/201817/08/20180
12/04/2018InterimGBX2.2531/12/201731/12/201826/04/201827/04/201825/05/20180
11/01/2018FinalGBX2.2531/12/201631/12/201718/01/201819/01/201820/02/20189
10/10/2017InterimGBX2.2531/12/201631/12/201719/10/201720/10/201717/11/20170
14/08/2017InterimGBX2.2531/12/201631/12/201720/07/201721/07/201718/08/20170
13/04/2017InterimGBX2.2531/12/201631/12/201727/04/201728/04/201726/05/20170
12/01/2017FinalGBX2.7531/12/201531/12/201619/01/201720/01/201720/02/20178.75
11/10/2016InterimGBX231/12/201531/12/201620/10/201621/10/201617/11/20160
12/07/2016InterimGBX231/12/201531/12/201621/07/201622/07/201621/08/20160
14/04/2016InterimGBX231/12/201531/12/201621/04/201622/04/201623/05/20160
14/01/2016FinalGBX2.531/12/201431/12/201521/01/201622/01/201618/02/20168.5
13/10/2015InterimGBX231/12/201431/12/201522/10/201523/10/201517/11/20150
09/07/2015InterimGBX231/12/201431/12/201516/07/201517/07/201521/08/20150
16/04/2015InterimGBX231/12/201431/12/201530/04/201501/05/201522/05/20150
15/01/2015FinalGBX2.631/12/201331/12/201422/01/201523/01/201518/02/20158
14/10/2014InterimGBX1.831/12/201331/12/201423/10/201424/10/201417/11/20140
08/07/2014InterimGBX1.831/12/201331/12/201416/07/201418/07/201422/08/20140
17/04/2014InterimGBX1.831/12/201331/12/201430/04/201402/05/201416/05/20140
09/01/2014FinalGBX2.531/12/201231/12/201315/01/201417/01/201418/02/20147.9
15/10/2013InterimGBX1.831/12/201231/12/201323/10/201325/10/201315/11/20130
09/07/2013InterimGBX1.831/12/201231/12/201317/07/201319/07/201323/08/20130
18/04/2013InterimGBX1.831/12/201231/12/201324/04/201326/04/201317/05/20130
10/01/2013FinalGBX2.531/12/201131/12/201216/01/201318/01/201318/02/20137.15
18/10/2012InterimGBX1.5531/12/201131/12/201224/10/201226/10/201216/11/20120
12/07/2012InterimGBX1.5531/12/201131/12/201218/07/201220/07/201224/08/20120
19/04/2012InterimGBX1.5531/12/201131/12/201227/04/201225/04/201218/05/20120
12/01/2012FinalGBX2.2531/12/201031/12/201118/01/201220/01/201217/02/20126.75
18/10/2011InterimGBX1.531/12/201031/12/201126/10/201128/10/201118/11/20110
14/07/2011InterimGBX1.531/12/201031/12/201120/07/201122/07/201125/08/20110
19/04/2011InterimGBX1.531/12/201031/12/201127/04/201103/05/201119/05/20110
13/01/2011FinalGBX2.2531/12/200931/12/201019/01/201121/01/201118/02/20116
19/10/2010InterimGBX1.2531/12/200931/12/201027/10/201029/10/201019/11/20100
15/07/2010InterimGBX1.2531/12/200931/12/201021/07/201023/07/201015/08/20100
20/04/2010InterimGBX1.2531/12/200931/12/201028/04/201030/04/201019/05/20100
14/01/2010FinalGBX331/12/200831/12/200920/01/201022/01/201019/02/20105
16/07/2009InterimGBX231/12/200831/12/200922/07/200924/07/200928/08/20090
15/01/2009FinalGBX2.7531/12/200731/12/200821/01/200923/01/200920/02/20094.75
16/07/2008InterimGBX231/12/200731/12/200823/07/200825/07/200828/08/20080
16/01/2008FinalGBX2.7531/12/200631/12/200723/01/200805/01/200826/02/20084.75
17/07/2007InterimGBX231/12/200631/12/200725/07/200727/07/200728/08/20070
22/01/2007FinalGBX2.531/12/200531/12/200631/01/200702/02/200721/02/20074.5
19/07/2006InterimGBX231/12/200531/12/200626/07/200628/07/200618/08/20060

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
31/3/2021
12:07
shieldbug: Perhaps the next dividend later in the month will give it a nudge.
13/3/2021
16:50
essentialinvestor: SOI now trading very close to NAV.
19/2/2021
13:04
goldpiguk: Hi davebowler, Today I reached my target ISA holding of 10,000 shares in AAIF, with the purchase of 1,050 shares. The shares are currently trading at 224-228, a little below the 233 shown on the advfn graph at time of purchase. In recent years AAIF has put in a rather lacklustre performance compared to its peers. Having said that my total AAIF holding is up about 20% on my average purchase price. All my AAIF shares were purchased over the last year. As your posts show, the income including and excluding NAV are currently the same,(this is the case when income does not fully cover payout when xd) but there is good reason to think that over the next year or two dividend income growth should trend higher. The two largest (heavily weighted) holdings in the AAIF portfolio have excellent dividend growth prospects. I would expect the significant discount to NAV to reduce over time, especially since Asia should benefit from portfolio rebalancing as we come out of the global pandemic. This geographic area also looks undervalued compared to other geographic regions. In the Asian sector I also hold HFEL. I still remain cautious on dividend sustainabilty/growth at HFEL, which trades at or near NAV with an already very high dividend payout. I am now starting to finalise which IT I will start to build a new position in. I hold EDIN, DIG, MRCH, AAIF and HFEL in my ISA portfolio. Goldpig
29/12/2020
10:21
essentialinvestor: Would hope we can get nicely past £2.50 a share in 2021, with a nice dividend on top.
17/11/2020
21:49
gateside: AAIF pay their dividend of 2.25p tomorrow
17/11/2020
13:25
goldpiguk: Hi pj fozzie, I have held HFEL for a few years. At the moment I am not buying more. In part this is because I really don't want to pay above NAV. (Some investors would argue the company deserves a premium rating because of the very high dividend.) In part it is also because the HFEL dividend seems so out of kilter with the rest of the sector. Although this is not a red flag, it sends me a strong message - approach with caution. I would not read too much into the rise in dividend reserves in the HFEL accounts. Their year end is 31st August so the latest accounts do not reflect twelve months of the pandemic. Off topic, I have been wondering if you are peterjohn from the old and much missed Motley Fool boards? They were much more civilised, although the IT boards here have very positive discussions. Goldpig
17/11/2020
11:19
pj fozzie: I'm enjoying this discussion. My exposure to the FE is through AAIF and HEFL. HFEL is by far my larger holding - due to the higher income. I retired early and am living on the income from my portfolio. I'm currently still adding to HFEL. It's worth noting that while many ITs are drawing on their reserves this year to maintain dividend pay outs, HFEL actually added to their reserves. This suggests to me that the current price is undervalued and has scope for significant recovery still. Cheers, PJ
17/11/2020
10:42
speedsgh: Hi Goldpig. Thanks for sharing. My exposure is currently confined to HFEL but am tracking AAIF & SOI. Also, for a slightly different angle, I am looking at UEM which has over 50% exposure to infrastructure & utility investments in Asia. ATB
16/11/2020
13:43
goldpiguk: Hi speedsgh, Of course I don't mind you asking. It is still very early days in my decision making progress. Should I consider a country specific trust, like Fidelity China Special Situations (FCSS), or another Asian Pacific trust such as Schroder Asian Pacific Fund (SDP)or the Oriental Income Fund (SOI)? At the moment I have not found an obvious answer or stand out buy. This year I have been much slower funding my ISA (largely because of the pandemic). Being self employed,I have been keeping larger amounts in cash than normal. I expect to continue dribbling money into my ISA, adding to AAIF and possibly a few more HFEL, so it will not be until the summer of 2021 when I need to make a final decision on my third asian trust. I now hold 7,000 AAIF, with a target holding of 10,000-12,000 shares. My normal book value is up to about £50,000 for the UK IT sector. (Due to the pandemic I exceeded this with my EDIN investment.) For IT's in the Asian sector I currently have a £25,000 investment ceiling in any one comapany. This is in part because I know less about Asian markets and don't follow them as closely, so want to spread the risk a little more. In any decision my criteria will be far less about income and much more about growth. Goldpig
16/11/2020
02:42
goldpiguk: Hi EssentialInvestor, I have been quietly adding to these over the last few months. I am becoming increasingly convinced that Asia will emerge from the coronavirus pandemic, in rather better shape than many western economies. Asia still offers enormous growth prospects over the next decade, but of course is not without risk. My intention is to build holdings in several Asian orientated IT's. I currently hold HFEL and AAIF. I decided not to add to HFEL: the dividend seems almost too good to be true! AAIF has a couple of very large holdings in the portfolio, which could hold performance back if Taiwan Semiconductor, for instance, does not live up to expectations. However if the projections I have seen for Taiwan Semiconductor turn out to be accurate those shares have a long way to go; so there is the potential for AAIF to outperform its peers. Although I feel a little uncertain about AAIF maintaining its current dividend payments in 2021, I have my eye more on 2030 and the potential overall return. AAIF should do well, taking a ten year view. Goldpig
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