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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Edinburgh Investment Trust Plc EDIN London Ordinary Share GB0003052338 ORD 25P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
7.00 1.12% 633.00 10:53:52
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
630.00 628.00 633.00 626.00
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Edinburgh Investment EDIN Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
28/04/2021InterimGBX631/08/202031/12/202006/05/202107/05/202128/05/20210
28/01/2021InterimGBX630/03/202030/09/202004/02/202105/02/202126/02/20210
03/11/2020InterimGBX601/03/202030/06/202012/11/202013/11/202027/11/20200
12/06/2020FinalGBX9.4531/03/201931/03/202025/06/202026/06/202031/07/202028.45
29/04/2020InterimGBX6.431/08/201931/12/201907/05/202011/05/202029/05/20200
27/01/2020InterimGBX6.430/03/201930/09/201906/02/202007/02/202028/02/20200
04/11/2019InterimGBX6.402/03/201930/06/201914/11/201915/11/201929/11/20190
12/06/2019FinalGBX9.2531/03/201831/03/201920/06/201921/06/201931/07/201928
23/04/2019InterimGBX6.2531/03/201831/03/201902/05/201903/05/201931/05/20190
25/01/2019InterimGBX6.2531/03/201831/03/201907/02/201908/02/201928/02/20190
05/11/2018InterimGBX6.2531/03/201831/03/201915/11/201816/11/201830/11/20180
31/05/2018FinalGBX9.231/03/201731/03/201821/06/201822/06/201824/07/201826.6
24/04/2018InterimGBX5.831/03/201731/03/201803/05/201804/05/201831/05/20180
24/01/2018InterimGBX5.831/03/201731/03/201801/02/201802/02/201828/02/20180
07/11/2017InterimGBX5.831/03/201731/03/201816/11/201717/11/201730/11/20170
26/05/2017FinalGBX9.1531/03/201631/03/201722/06/201723/06/201721/07/201725.35
24/04/2017InterimGBX5.431/03/201631/03/201704/05/201705/05/201731/05/20170
25/01/2017InterimGBX5.431/03/201631/03/201702/02/201703/02/201728/02/20170
07/11/2016InterimGBX5.431/03/201631/03/201717/11/201618/11/201630/11/20160
26/05/2016FinalGBX8.7531/03/201531/03/201609/06/201610/06/201629/07/201624.35
25/04/2016InterimGBX5.231/03/201531/03/201605/05/201606/05/201631/05/20160
26/01/2016InterimGBX5.231/03/201531/03/201604/02/201605/02/201629/02/20160
12/11/2015InterimGBX5.231/03/201531/03/201619/11/201520/11/201530/11/20150
21/05/2015FinalGBX8.631/03/201431/03/201511/06/201512/06/201531/07/201523.85
27/04/2015InterimGBX5.1531/03/201431/03/201507/05/201508/05/201529/05/20150
27/01/2015InterimGBX5.131/03/201431/03/201505/02/201506/02/201526/02/20150
13/11/2014InterimGBX531/03/201431/03/201520/11/201421/11/201428/11/20140
28/05/2014FinalGBX8.531/03/201331/03/201411/06/201413/06/201431/07/201423.5
28/04/2014InterimGBX531/03/201331/03/201407/05/201409/05/201430/05/20140
21/01/2014InterimGBX531/03/201331/03/201405/02/201407/02/201421/02/20140
14/11/2013InterimGBX531/03/201331/03/201420/11/201322/11/201329/11/20130
29/05/2013FinalGBX7.831/03/201231/03/201312/06/201314/06/201331/07/201322.8
22/04/2013InterimGBX531/03/201231/03/201301/05/201303/05/201323/05/20130
15/01/2013InterimGBX531/03/201231/03/201306/02/201308/02/201322/02/20130
08/11/2012InterimGBX531/03/201231/03/201314/11/201216/11/201230/11/20120
01/06/2012FinalGBX731/03/201131/03/201213/06/201215/06/201231/07/201222
20/04/2012InterimGBX531/03/201131/03/201202/05/201204/05/201223/05/20120
25/01/2012InterimGBX531/03/201131/03/201201/02/201203/02/201217/02/20120
10/11/2011InterimGBX531/03/201131/03/201216/11/201118/11/201130/11/20110
31/05/2011FinalGBX6.5531/03/201031/03/201115/06/201117/06/201129/07/201122.99
26/04/2011InterimGBX4.7531/03/201031/03/201104/05/201106/05/201120/05/20110
26/04/2011SpecialGBX1.2631/03/201031/03/201104/05/201106/05/201120/05/20110
26/01/2011InterimGBX4.7531/03/201031/03/201102/02/201104/02/201118/02/20110
11/11/2010SpecialGBX0.9331/03/201031/03/201117/11/201019/11/201030/11/20100
11/11/2010InterimGBX4.7531/03/201031/03/201117/11/201019/11/201030/11/20100
01/06/2010FinalGBX6.3531/03/200931/03/201016/06/201018/06/201030/07/201020.6
01/03/2010InterimGBX4.7531/03/200931/03/201010/03/201012/03/201031/03/20100
28/01/2010InterimGBX4.7531/03/200931/03/201003/02/201005/02/201012/02/20100
12/11/2009InterimGBX4.7531/03/200931/03/201018/11/200920/11/200927/11/20090
09/06/2009FinalGBX6.1531/03/200831/03/200917/06/200919/06/200924/07/200920.4
27/04/2009InterimGBX4.7531/03/200831/03/200906/05/200908/05/200922/05/20090
27/01/2009InterimGBX4.7531/03/200831/03/200904/02/200906/02/200913/02/20090
06/11/2008InterimGBX4.7531/03/200831/03/200912/11/200814/11/200827/11/20080
29/05/2008FinalGBX5.6531/03/200731/03/200804/06/200806/06/200822/07/200819.9
24/04/2008InterimGBX4.7531/03/200731/03/200807/05/200809/05/200822/05/20080
28/01/2008InterimGBX4.7531/03/200731/03/200830/12/200701/02/200808/02/20080
25/10/2007InterimGBX4.7531/03/200731/03/200807/11/200709/11/200723/11/20070
29/05/2007FinalGBX5.6531/03/200631/03/200706/06/200708/06/200718/07/200718.85
24/04/2007InterimGBX4.431/03/200631/03/200702/05/200704/05/200718/05/20070
19/01/2007InterimGBX4.431/03/200631/03/200731/01/200702/02/200709/02/20070
27/10/2006InterimGBX4.430/03/200630/09/200608/11/200610/11/200624/11/20060
05/06/2006FinalGBX10.8531/03/200531/03/200614/06/200616/06/200621/07/200615.25
28/10/2005InterimGBX4.430/03/200530/09/200509/11/200511/11/200502/12/20050
25/05/2005FinalGBX8.9531/03/200431/03/200501/06/200503/06/200522/07/200513.15
03/11/2004InterimGBX4.230/03/200430/09/200410/11/200412/11/200402/12/20040
26/05/2004FinalGBX8.9531/03/200331/03/200402/06/200404/06/200422/07/200413.15
22/10/2003InterimGBX4.230/03/200330/09/200305/11/200307/11/200303/12/20030
20/05/2003FinalGBX8.9531/03/200231/03/200304/06/200306/06/200303/07/200313.15
23/10/2002InterimGBX4.230/03/200230/09/200230/10/200201/11/200202/12/20020
22/05/2002FinalGBX8.6531/03/200131/03/200205/06/200207/06/200204/07/200212.75
24/10/2001InterimGBX4.130/03/200130/09/200131/10/200102/11/200103/12/20010
23/05/2001FinalGBX8.4531/03/200031/03/200106/06/200108/06/200105/07/200112.45
24/10/2000InterimGBX430/03/200030/09/200030/10/200003/11/200001/12/20000
24/05/2000FinalGBX8.2531/03/199931/03/200005/06/200009/06/200006/07/200012.15
27/10/1999InterimGBX3.930/03/199930/09/199908/11/199912/11/199903/12/19990
19/05/1999FinalGBX8.0531/03/199831/03/199901/06/199907/06/199902/07/199911.85
28/10/1998InterimGBX3.830/03/199830/09/199809/11/199813/11/199804/12/19980
20/05/1998FinalGBX7.7531/03/199731/03/199801/06/199805/06/199803/07/199811.4

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
08/4/2021
21:37
ec2: The effective double discount relates firstly to the shares in the portfolio which are mostly good quality value stocks that IMO can be considered cheap and at a discount to their longer term intrinsic value. The second discount is that of the EDIN share price to NAV. The NAV discount has in fact narrowed quite a bit of late, probably down to the new manager outperforming his benchmark over the last year since taking over. If he can continue to build out a good track record, I can see the discount narrowing further and even more so if the UK market in general re-rates. This combined effect would give continued double upward benefit to the share price. The shares and the market may have got a bit ahead of themselves in the last day or so, so I put a little bit of cheap and crude downside protection on yesterday, but will take off if I see continuing upward momentum which is appearing to be the case. EDIN is my largest position having averaged in over the last year whenever the share price was below 450p coupled with at the same time the NAV discount being over 10%.
22/3/2021
13:03
bluemango: Interesting Goldpig, thank you. My equivalent list (from largest down) is PEY, MRCH, EDIN, SLPE, SHRS, TMPL, DIG. Note PEY and SLPE are private equity trusts. Apart from other reasons, it avoids the issue of duplicated underlying holdings when owning multiple ITs. Yield on cost for PEY is 7.2%. Probably all will be 'hold forevers'.
22/3/2021
11:53
goldpiguk: Hi heialex1, With many income investment trusts at or near NAV, EDIN still looks an attractive buy. It is my largest ISA holding (15,000 shares) and I am fully invested here. The share price still suffers a little from negative sentiment following the sacking of the previous managers, and Majedie have yet to establish a proven track record at EDIN. The refinancing of the debenture in the next few months should help sentiment, giving annual savings of c.£5 million (from memory), and I would expect the discount to narrow substantially over the next year. Today I have made a small initial investment in Murray International (MYI), mainly to broaden my IT,ISA portfolio, rather than as a great buying opportunity. This is the first time I have bought an IT above NAV. IMO many IT's are currently looking a little over bought, but am happy to average in to new holdings and possibly build smaller positions in several IT's. These IT investments are intended to be held for many years and are not purchased for trading purposes. EDIN is an attractive long term hold. My portfolio of IT's is currently, (from largest to smallest by value): EDIN, DIG, MRCH, AAIF, HFEL, MYI, Goldpig
01/12/2020
13:48
bluemango: My thanks to GoldPig for highlighting EDIN earlier this year and encouraging a closer look. Now 14% up on my average purchase price over several tranches, with a decent income stream.
08/11/2020
16:41
topvest: Yes, they have kept an option to hold the dividend next year if things go well. I thought that as well.
06/11/2020
14:45
aurelius5: A decent medium/long term hold. I expect the 24p dividend to be in place for the next couple of years, but their debenture has been refinanced favourably as of 30/9/22 and this should make its way through to distributions.
04/11/2020
11:48
gregmorg: Mm, I have quite a number of these but I do not like the supposed "new" dividend strategy. Yes these are difficult times. However, as always, with new strategies investors need to look beyond to more normal times. The "cleverness" of the new four times 6p followed by a Special tells investors that this Trust is freeing itself up/preparing for a further cut down the road. So the annual base case is the 24p from which percentage increases may, or may not com., That is the base from which the Trust will use and comment upon. That means the Special is conveniently taken out of the headline calculation and manipulated or forgotten "as it's a Special" and judged on as is convenient.It tells me something about the management thinking and its view of investors. Trouble is its not that flavorsome!
04/8/2020
13:07
goldpiguk: Hi bluemango, My watchlist for potential future purchases only consists of Investment Trusts. I am aware of PHNX as they have appeared on IT holdings lists. Outside my ISA I hold shares in nine individual companies and within my ISA five IT's. Income from shares in individual companies looks set to more than halve this year. BP cut today, but not as much as I feared. The dividend outlook within my individual company portfolio has slightly improved over the last month, which bodes well for IT's being able to sustain or slightly increase dividends this year (including utilising some of their reserves). Being self employed I consider myself extremely lucky to have received money from the SEISS, as my income from self employement averaged about 52% against 48% from dividends (outside my ISA) over a three year period. If my dividend income had been a bit more I would have got nothing. If either my earned income or dividend income had been a bit more I would have exceeded the £150,000 three year total limit, again getting nothing. The Brexit hit I took, through lost work (in 2017 & 18) has actually turned out to my financial advantage! A lot of self employed people must have fallen though the net and now face real financial difficulties. Many employed people currently on furlough will lose jobs over the coming months. Closing down the economy was quick and easy, getting it back up and running is going to take much, much longer and be very costly to us all. Personally, I don't expect income from my self employment to fully recover until at least the second half of 2021, which is why I am taking an ultra cautious stance on invesment plans. Goldpig
04/8/2020
11:08
goldpiguk: Hi kiwi2007, Thanks. I have just watched the 'spare bedroom' presentation. Well worth watching. With dividend cuts at RDSB, BP. and the suspension of LLOY dividend, EDIN is now the biggest dividend payer in my overall portfolio. A very positive presentation with interesting comments on Rio Tinto. Currently I am not making any further investments, but if I were, I would consider adding to these. Goldpig
07/4/2020
15:11
goldpiguk: Hi, Last week when the UK banks stopped their dividend payments, I sold all my ISA held bank shares and later in the week all individual company shares holdings. Today there are just five IT's in my ISA. I have been watching EDIN closely over the last few months and I like the longer term outlook here; the chunky dividend reserves, the discount to NAV, the change of trust managers and particularly the high interest bond that matures in September 2022, which EDIN should be able to replace with much less expensive arrangements. This should help underpin the dividend for the next 2-3 years. Dividend income is key to my ISA portfolio. In what is now a very challenging investment environment EDIN should provide some income stability. I had intended to start building a position gradually with a target holding c.10,000 over a 1-2 year period. Because of the speed at which events have unfolded I now hold 14,500 EDIN shares with a total target holding of 15,000-20,000 shares. Although the capital value of my ISA has decined from c.£240,000 at its peek to c.£170,000 today, income generated this year should total £11,000-£12,000. That is an awful lot better than things looked this time last week. Goldpig My ISA holdings are now MRCH, DIG, EDIN (new), HFEL, AAIF(new)
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