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ADIG Abrdn Diversified Income And Growth Plc

80.40
0.00 (0.00%)
17 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Abrdn Diversified Income And Growth Plc LSE:ADIG London Ordinary Share GB0001297562 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 80.40 80.00 81.00 81.40 81.20 81.40 233,913 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Trust,ex Ed,religious,charty 3.49M -299k -0.0010 -812.00 251.05M
Abrdn Diversified Income And Growth Plc is listed in the Trust,ex Ed,religious,charty sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ADIG. The last closing price for Abrdn Diversified Income... was 80.40p. Over the last year, Abrdn Diversified Income... shares have traded in a share price range of 70.40p to 88.40p.

Abrdn Diversified Income... currently has 309,177,359 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Abrdn Diversified Income... is £251.05 million. Abrdn Diversified Income... has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -812.00.

Abrdn Diversified Income... Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/4/2024
10:22
Attended AGM/GM 27/2/24 and spoke with a couple of ADIG Directors, after the formal parts, which I supported. Impressed on them that 'time is indeed money'. The sooner they liquidate positions, the lower the value that may be attainable. When they part with the easier to sell 'more liquid' holdings, as detailed to the meeting, the entirety of that circa 30% discount will (unless it re-rates) transfer to the 'less liquid' positions. So, If we have 106p? NAV now and an share price of (say) 74p (being 30% discounted) if (say) 24p (of undiscounted liquid assets) can be realised sooner, at close to par, then the NAV moves down to circa 82p and the post-capital redemption share price might move down to circa 50p? (74-24) taking it down to a 39% discount. There are ZERO guarantees here, but a future upwards re-rating may be entirely conceivable? as 'more time' is allowed for the less liquid off-market positions to mature, closer to (or even above stated NAV?)as the Board conceives 'may be possible'. So, I'd prefer to wait longer, rather than settle for less sooner, and privately expressed that view.
sll
09/4/2024
06:51
@grahamg8, you rightly mention the downside risks, but there's also upside risk. The private holdings may come out either at NAV or higher, with a few more years of investment growth behind them.

That which goes at a discount will be mainly due to being sold early - leading to earlier returns, and hence a better calculation.

adae
08/4/2024
18:00
Yes grahamg8 we are in violent agreement. I note also (and this may be relevant) that there is a negative correlation between discount and investment trust size at the moment. Those trusts with NAV under 100m seem particularly worse affected. Having arbed a few wind downs, there are opportunities there. But at some point the management will say it's no longer feasible to maintain a public listing, let's delist. It's best to be out by then, YMMV but I've been screwed by that more than once.
markth
05/4/2024
13:36
Thanks for the view, clearly more cautious than orhers outlined here however it's none the less worth considering.
essentialinvestor
28/3/2024
11:25
A small note from me re the NAV "dips" in last week or so.

I'd say this is consistent with the cash going up as the liquid portfolio is realised, due to transaction costs and bid/offer slippage etc.

I had 5% costs for the liquid portfolio which is perhaps conservative, but I do note that 1p drop in NAV = £3m. The recent cash increase to £58m suggests a ~£50m liquidation. So maybe it cost ADIG £3m to raise £50m = 6% cost? I suspect this is just a coincidence!

skinnypope
26/3/2024
12:36
CC, this is one of the reasons for the % discount - uncertainty around the 'reliability' of the NAV.
essentialinvestor
26/3/2024
12:27
hmm. NAV dropped nearly a penny yesterday. (0.94p)
cc2014
26/3/2024
08:57
The 3% may possibly have been used to pay/invest into draw requirements in existing funds. i.e. "meet outstanding commitments in respect of its private
markets portfolio (such commitments amounting to c.£38.4 million in total)"

mandihong
26/3/2024
07:50
Why only put 3% in liquid cash equivalents? Why not all of it?
cc2014
26/3/2024
06:46
That definition to me is "cash". Perhaps ADIG are taking it literally.
spectoacc
25/3/2024
22:03
Ah, right - appreciated.

The benefit of reading diligently.

essentialinvestor
25/3/2024
21:58
This paragraph was included in the new investment objective and policy when they issued the winding up circular:

Any cash received by the Company as part of the realisation process prior to its distribution to Shareholders will be held by the Company as cash on deposit and/or in liquid cash equivalents securities (including direct investment in treasuries and/or gilts, funds holding such investments, money market or cash funds and/or short-dated corporate bonds or funds that invest in such bonds) pending its return to shareholders.

strathroyal
25/3/2024
21:50
* good point - and it can't be the bond redemption either as that's second week of April.
essentialinvestor
25/3/2024
20:22
Why has the net cash fallen from last report? Have I forgotten a large XD?
spectoacc
25/3/2024
19:01
@Essential - yes IRR assumes reinvestment (this is standard in the calculation).
skinnypope
25/3/2024
15:22
Only tiny in the scheme of things (£1.2m) but the Majedie equity fund repaid in February.
tiltonboy
25/3/2024
15:18
Skinny, are your calcs based on reinvesting the 38 pence back, or not?. Thx

I'm guessing it's in keeping all cash returns.

essentialinvestor
25/3/2024
13:41
I've not got much new commentary to add here as all the facts remain the same, and also as others have done a great job keeping this board up to date.

I have watched the NAV discount creep ever wider which, coupled with time passing, has continued to push up the IRR from my cashflow model. My inputs and assumptions are unchanged, and still somewhat conservative on liquidation costs. I see the IRR now just over 20% out to the end of 2028.

This is now above where private funds target; for example the flagship Oaktree Opportunities Fund is currently open for another tranche, with a target IRR of 16-21%

Having sat on the sidelines with my current holding, I have just bought in here.

Good luck all.

skinnypope
22/3/2024
15:27
Yes, selling in to strong markets may be supportive to cash returns. Valid observation.
essentialinvestor
22/3/2024
00:29
Well they might get more if the markets rally. I'm pretty confident in the NAV. The private markets stuff is not being disposed in a fire sale but gradually over time. And the income will accrue.
Yes it's the same ballpark chucko.

hugepants
21/3/2024
17:48
How close to the 38 pence return will they get in H1?, pretty close hopefully.

Nothing guaranteed, as always.

essentialinvestor
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