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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Diverse Income Trust (the) Plc LSE:DIVI London Ordinary Share GB00B65TLW28 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.40p +0.43% 92.60p 92.40p 93.20p 92.60p 92.60p 92.60p 163,119 11:44:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 16.5 14.8 3.8 24.1 355.39

Diverse Income Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/3/2014
11:48
If you hold shares in certificated form, the company usually send you the paperwork to opt for DRIP with the periodic reports. I'm not sure what happens if you hold in a Nominee account via a broker but in that case I assume you can instruct your broker to opt for dividends via DRIP and get the additional shares credited to your account.
jeffian
27/3/2014
10:18
Jeffian: Many thanks. I take it that it is the holder than does this and not something your Broker will automatically do?
ucretin
26/3/2014
19:48
Quote; oh they do placings......lol .......... Thants all 'Operating profit from continuing operations up 63% GBP10.6m GBP6.5m'
tenapen
26/3/2014
19:38
Dividend Re-Investment Plan (use dividends to buy more shares in the company)
jeffian
26/3/2014
19:21
I notice a lot of references to DRIP. What is DRIP in relation to a Dividend. Thanks.
ucretin
26/3/2014
19:08
oh they do placings......lol
neilyb675
26/3/2014
19:06
Hi Neilyb675 Easier if i just copy and past info and links :). Regards. hxxp://www.cenkos.com/ http://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=13120830 Our business model We provide a corporate broking and securities service to small and mid-cap growth companies across a wide range of industry sectors including investment funds. We focus on companies that seek admission of their shares to trading on AIM or the LSE's main market, or companies that are already listed on those markets. For growing companies that require access to capital and international exposure, AIM's flexibility, with its Nominated Adviser ("Nomad") arrangements, provides a firm foundation for financing and corporate development. We offer our clients advice and access to equity finance at all stages of their development. Revenue streams Cenkos earns fees from primary and secondary equity fund raising, acting as a key intermediary between growth companies or investment funds and institutional providers of capital. We aim to provide equity financing and strong and supportive shareholder lists for companies and healthy returns for institutional investors. Corporate finance fees are earned from providing strategic advice and regulatory guidance to clients, as well as advice on all forms of corporate transactions including fundraisings, mergers and acquisitions, disposals, restructurings and tender offers. Fees are also generated from acting as Nomad or broker or financial adviser to our corporate clients. Commission is earned for published equity research. Our experienced trading teams earn commission from market making and sales trading in equities on markets such as AIM and the LSE Official List.
tenapen
26/3/2014
18:43
what do CNKS do.....? are they a fund manager or a hedge fund >>>?
neilyb675
26/3/2014
18:42
CNKS - Cenkos securities increased their dividend 113% this morning :) Quote; The Board proposes a final dividend of 8.5p per share (2012: 4p per share). This makes a total dividend of 12p for the year (2012: 7.5p). I do not hold.
tenapen
26/3/2014
16:37
LoL, today I was braced for the usual ex div drop on LAD.......not so. Takeover speculation actually increased the share price and created a good demand for the shares. Love it when the market surprises to the up side.
neilyb675
24/3/2014
10:00
CHEERS TONY ONE NEVER RETIRES FROM INVESTING IN SHARES well thats the case for me trying to snow/hail here take care
waldron
23/3/2014
08:10
this is a great thread, I have invested in insurance companes for the last 12-18 mnths and have done really well, capital growth also, but getting a hit now, so might ,,,, might pull out of some and go with some suggestions here, have also got Vieola and belgacom, made growth aslo on thes, need a few more for retirement !!!!!! I do subscribe to dividend max, which has been okay to follow good luck guys
tony773
22/3/2014
18:00
LAD going ex on Wednesday, 4.6p is a decent pay out and with World Cup year this year and some easy to beat previous year results its a buy for me.....
neilyb675
09/3/2014
09:22
thanks maywillow, ATB mate
neilyb675
09/3/2014
09:09
cheers Neily take care and may all your divis and gains be big ones
maywillow
09/3/2014
08:57
BRCI quarterly divi, good yield, comprising a portfolio of real heavyweight companies (many of whom are US)
neilyb675
09/3/2014
07:03
Thanks Waldron, you too and good luck with the euro blue chips.
tenapen
08/3/2014
22:47
thanks sledin
maywillow
08/3/2014
19:26
Plenty of ideas for high yield blue chip ftse companies here: Http://www.upcomingdividends.co.uk/dividendyield.py?market=ftse100
sledin
08/3/2014
18:20
Http://www.investorease.com/company.php?disp=share&epic=JIM CHEERS Tenapen my preference is euro blue chip shares paying a higher yield take care and enjoy your weekend pleased to see you made a handsome capital gain on this AIM share
waldron
08/3/2014
15:40
The Broker Jarvis securities (JIM) give's out a great quarterly dividend. I hold and continue to add. hxxp://www.investorease.com/company.php?disp=share&epic=JIM
tenapen
08/3/2014
09:37
Http://www.topyields.nl/Top-dividend-yields-of-STOXX-Select-Dividend.php
waldron
25/2/2014
17:07
Hit 90p today
tiger20
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