Blackrock Energy And Res... Dividends - BERI

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Blackrock Energy And Resources Income Trust Plc BERI London Ordinary Share GB00B0N8MF98 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
1.00 0.99% 102.50 13:31:56
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
102.50 102.00 102.50 101.50
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Blackrock Energy And Res... BERI Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
16/03/20211GBX130/11/202030/11/202125/03/202126/03/202122/04/20210
08/12/20201GBX130/11/201930/11/202017/12/202018/12/202015/01/20204
15/09/20201GBX130/11/201930/11/202024/09/202025/09/202020/10/20200
09/06/20201GBX130/11/201930/11/202018/06/202019/06/202017/07/20200
17/03/20201GBX130/11/201930/11/202026/03/202027/03/202023/04/20200
10/12/20191GBX130/11/201830/11/201919/12/201920/12/201920/01/20204
17/09/20191GBX130/11/201830/11/201926/09/201927/09/201922/10/20190
11/06/20191GBX130/11/201830/11/201920/06/201921/06/201919/07/20190
12/03/20191GBX130/11/201830/11/201921/03/201922/03/201918/04/20190
11/12/20181GBX130/11/201730/11/201820/12/201821/12/201818/01/20194
18/09/20181GBX130/11/201730/11/201827/09/201828/09/201823/10/20180
13/06/20181GBX130/11/201730/11/201821/06/201822/06/201820/07/20180
13/03/20181GBX130/11/201730/11/201822/03/201823/03/201820/04/20180
11/12/20171GBX130/11/201630/11/201721/12/201722/12/201719/01/20184
11/09/20171GBX130/11/201630/11/201721/09/201722/09/201713/10/20170
13/06/20171GBX130/11/201630/11/201722/06/201723/06/201721/07/20170
14/03/20171GBX130/11/201630/11/201723/03/201724/03/201721/04/20170
16/12/20161GBX130/11/201530/11/201629/12/201630/12/201620/01/20175
12/09/20161GBX130/11/201530/11/201622/09/201623/09/201621/10/20160
29/07/20161GBX1.530/11/201530/11/201623/06/201624/06/201622/07/20160
14/03/20161GBX1.530/11/201530/11/201624/03/201629/03/201621/04/20160
17/12/2015FinalGBX1.530/11/201430/11/201524/12/201529/12/201522/01/20166
14/09/20151GBX1.530/11/201430/11/201524/09/201525/09/201523/10/20150
09/06/20151GBX1.530/11/201430/11/201518/06/201519/06/201524/07/20150
17/03/20151GBX1.530/11/201430/11/201526/03/201527/03/201521/04/20150
12/12/2014FinalGBX1.5430/11/201330/11/201429/12/201430/12/201423/01/20156
15/09/2014InterimGBX1.4930/11/201330/11/201424/09/201426/09/201424/10/20140
09/06/2014InterimGBX1.4930/11/201330/11/201418/06/201420/06/201425/07/20140
14/03/2014InterimGBX1.4830/11/201330/11/201426/03/201428/03/201422/04/20140
13/12/2013FinalGBX1.5330/11/201230/11/201323/12/201327/12/201323/01/20145.95
18/09/20131GBX1.4830/11/201230/11/201325/09/201327/09/201324/10/20130
19/06/20131GBX1.4730/11/201230/11/201326/06/201328/06/201326/07/20130
08/03/20131GBX1.4730/11/201230/11/201320/03/201322/03/201317/04/20130
10/12/2012FinalGBX1.5930/11/201130/11/201219/12/201221/12/201224/01/20135.91
13/09/20121GBX1.4430/11/201130/11/201226/09/201228/09/201225/10/20120
19/06/20121GBX1.4430/11/201130/11/201227/06/201229/06/201227/07/20120
14/03/20121GBX1.4430/11/201130/11/201221/03/201223/03/201218/04/20120
06/12/2011FinalGBX1.5530/11/201030/11/201121/12/201123/12/201120/01/20125.75
13/09/20111GBX1.430/11/201030/11/201121/09/201123/09/201121/10/20110
21/06/20111GBX1.430/11/201030/11/201129/06/201101/07/201122/07/20110
15/03/20111GBX1.430/11/201030/11/201123/03/201125/03/201121/04/20110
09/12/20101GBX1.4830/11/200930/11/201022/12/201024/12/201021/01/20115.6
19/10/2010SpecialGBX0.5230/11/200930/11/201027/10/201029/10/201029/11/20100
14/09/2010SpecialGBX130/11/200930/11/201022/09/201024/09/201022/10/20100
14/09/20101GBX1.3830/11/200930/11/201022/09/201024/09/201022/10/20100
21/06/20101GBX1.37530/11/200930/11/201030/06/201002/07/201023/07/20100
16/03/20101GBX1.37530/11/200930/11/201024/03/201026/03/201023/04/20100
18/12/2009FinalGBX1.4530/11/200830/11/200930/12/200904/01/201029/01/20105.5
11/09/20091GBX1.3530/11/200830/11/200923/09/200925/09/200923/10/20090
16/06/20091GBX1.3530/11/200830/11/200924/06/200926/06/200924/07/20090
13/03/20091GBX1.3530/11/200830/11/200925/03/200927/03/200924/04/20090
16/12/2008FinalGBX1.4730/11/200730/11/200824/12/200830/12/200820/01/20095.4
16/09/20081GBX1.312530/11/200730/11/200824/09/200826/09/200824/10/20080
18/06/20081GBX1.312530/11/200730/11/200825/06/200827/06/200825/07/20080
13/03/20081GBX1.312530/11/200730/11/200828/03/200826/03/200825/04/20080
18/12/2007FinalGBX1.8830/11/200630/11/200724/12/200728/12/200725/01/20085.25
18/09/20071GBX1.12530/11/200630/11/200726/09/200728/09/200726/10/20070
18/06/20071GBX1.1330/11/200630/11/200727/06/200729/06/200727/07/20070
20/03/20071GBX1.12530/11/200630/11/200728/03/200730/03/200727/04/20070
18/12/2006FinalGBX1.3131/12/200531/12/200627/12/200629/12/200627/01/20074.5
18/09/2006InterimGBX1.0631/12/200531/12/200627/09/200629/09/200627/10/20060
15/06/2006InterimGBX1.0631/12/200531/12/200628/06/200630/06/200628/07/20060
20/03/2006InterimGBX1.0631/12/200531/12/200629/03/200631/03/200628/04/20060

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
13/5/2021
13:22
marktime1231: And now kicking myself for not having taken a top slice off at 1.08-1.09 on Monday, the signal was BERI issuing stock at a premium. This is turning in to quite a correction, underlying commodity prices are easing but the miners are taking a bath.
11/5/2021
19:39
marktime1231: Surprised that BERI stepped down so far today, it has lost the recent premium gain over NAV at a stroke. Commodity prices are still soaring despite global markets taking a deep knock in every sector for reasons which are not easily explained. I suspect a strong bounce in big miners to follow and we will see BERI soon testing 110p again, although I suspect it will temporarily be regretting buying into the green transition when prices were peaky.
07/5/2021
17:17
jfinvestments: I've been investing in BERI for a while and it's been discount to nav and around 70p average share price So it isn't usual. Can understand you wanting to sell out here. if you look back to after the crash and it spiked up gradually and then fell over the next decade. So I am hoping this cycle repeats. I won't be buying anymore over 100p however. I think it will hover around 95-110p range at times. Opportunity to buy still ahead I'm sure.I'd hope the 4p dividend increases, however I'm not convinced it will.
07/5/2021
12:19
jfinvestments: Looking like a good run ahead for BERI.Could there be a return to 1.40/1.50 highs? Metals super cycle, inflation in raw material prices, over the £1 for the first time in a good while.
20/4/2021
09:07
kenmitch: Brucie. No I don’t hold these in preference to shares. Guess you weren’t following the BARG (for Bargains) threads on Mike Walters site when I was posting and buying them during the big dip in Spring last year? e.g I had held DGOC for a good while and added and posted at 59p and 67p. Dividend on that 59p top up is nearly 20%! Also bought and posted on Ferrexpo at £1.35 (£4 now) Evraz at ££2.10 and £2.31 and CAML at £1.52p in March and £1.38p in May. And also posted and bought CYN, BERI and BRWM for the Investment Trust portfolio on Mike’s site near the bottom too. I’m tempted by Wentworth as like Ferrexpo and Evraz it gets 99 on Stockopedia, but the share has done little this year,so just watching for now. Your portfolio must have had a real boost since your focus switch away from early stage type Companies to quality shares and Trusts in sectors that are doing well.....or have I imagined that switch?
19/4/2021
21:35
brucie5: Ken, you hold these in preference to a discrete, selective folio of oil/gas shares? DGOC, WEN give a pretty good combined divi, skewed heavily of course, towards gas, which is the better part of the fossil energy sector. Combine it with BP. on a 5% divi and upwardly mobile chart - and also of course, a larger investor in hydrogen. At least that's the way I'm going!
19/4/2021
17:55
kenmitch: It doesn’t merit much discussion but I agree with carpingtris. Those of us who bought BREI at the bottom are getting a 10% yield. Sometimes shares investors bought end up paying an annual dividend of 100% and sometimes much more than that. An extreme example is Next. Anyone who bought Next at rock bottom 6p years ago was getting multiples of their buy price back in dividends ahead of Coronavirus. I always go for the yield on my buy price and not the yield at the current share price. E.g if the share halves after my buy and the 5% dividend is held then my yield is still 5% but it’s 10% for new buyers. Point taken that there are plenty of shares and Trusts paying bigger dividends than BREI at current prices, but imo so what. It’s what my dividend yield is that counts.
19/4/2021
17:01
marktime1231: Suppose it depends how you do the sums, but no! Getting 8% on the amount staked is not 8%. The yield is now 4.2%. I could sell all my BERI to buy EAT or SMIF or NCYT or SWEF or SHIP or GRID or RGL or ... and be getting 6% yield. So holding BERI means missing out unless there is growth out-performance or dividend progress on the way.
19/4/2021
12:27
marktime1231: Wondering what scope BERI have to start improving the dividend, which back in 2016 was a full 1.5p per quarter before being reset to the 1p of the last five years. At the moment the 1p quarterly dividend is well covered, there is a spare 0.7p in cash but I can't work out the rate-per-share at which it is receiving income. I suspect management are concentrating on rotating into green energy stocks and not so focussed on shareholder returns. It doesn't have to step straight up to 1.25p or 1.5p per quarter, a smaller index to 1.1p would be a signal of better things to come. Otherwise we are sitting on a terrific capital gain since the share price recovered from 50p to 95p, but yield of only 4.2% and shrinking is looking pedestrian. There is more gain to come if you believe the bullish outlook for copper but I am wondering if our money could be working harder to provide income, in EAT where there are also gains to be had or SMIF supplying a steady stream of monthly paydays, both yielding over 6%.
24/2/2021
09:18
aleman: The trouble with having 30% of your income from options (mostly covered calls, I believe) is that they crystallise when your shares go up. You make a profit and get cash back but lose your shares and income and have to repurchase income somewhere else. Also, future calls are likely to bring slightly less money in if shares have risen. The effect of markets moves on options have been good for capital but bad for income, which is not ideal in an income trust, though it does balance out a period when dividends are likely to be rising quite strongly. The end result is any dividend increase is likely to be fairly modest.
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