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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Henderson Diversified Income Trust Plc HDIV London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-1.40 -1.65% 83.40 16:29:45
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
84.60 83.20 84.60 83.40 84.80
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Industry Sector
EQUITY INVESTMENT INSTRUMENTS

Henderson Diversified In... HDIV Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
25/11/2021InterimGBX1.130/04/202130/04/202202/12/202103/12/202130/12/20210
24/08/2021InterimGBX1.130/04/202130/04/202202/09/202103/09/202130/09/20210
25/05/2021InterimGBX1.130/04/202030/04/202103/06/202104/06/202130/06/20214.4
23/02/2021InterimGBX1.130/04/202030/04/202104/03/202105/03/202131/03/20210
24/11/2020InterimGBX1.130/04/202030/04/202103/12/202004/12/202031/12/20200
25/08/2020InterimGBX1.130/04/202030/04/202103/09/202004/09/202030/09/20200
26/05/2020InterimGBX1.130/04/201930/04/202004/06/202005/06/202030/06/20204.4
25/02/2020InterimGBX1.130/04/201930/04/202005/03/202006/03/202031/03/20200
26/11/2019InterimGBX1.130/04/201930/04/202005/12/201906/12/201931/12/20190
27/08/2019InterimGBX1.130/04/201930/04/202005/09/201906/09/201930/09/20190
28/05/2019InterimGBX1.130/04/201830/04/201906/06/201907/06/201928/06/20194.4
26/02/2019InterimGBX1.130/04/201830/04/201907/03/201908/03/201929/03/20190
27/11/2018InterimGBX1.130/04/201830/04/201906/12/201807/12/201828/12/20180
21/08/2018InterimGBX1.130/04/201830/04/201906/09/201807/09/201828/09/20180
30/05/2018InterimGBX1.130/04/201730/04/201807/06/201808/06/201829/06/20184.7
27/02/2018InterimGBX1.130/04/201730/04/201808/03/201809/03/201829/03/20180
21/11/2017InterimGBX1.2530/04/201730/04/201807/12/201708/12/201729/12/20170
07/09/2017InterimGBX1.2530/04/201730/04/201814/09/201715/09/201729/09/20170
03/04/2017InterimGBX1.2531/10/201631/10/201720/04/201721/04/201730/06/20172.5
23/02/2017InterimGBX1.2531/10/201631/10/201702/03/201703/03/201731/03/20170
24/11/2016FinalGBX1.3531/10/201531/10/201601/12/201602/12/201630/12/20165.1
24/08/2016InterimGBX1.2531/10/201531/10/201601/09/201602/09/201630/09/20160
24/05/2016InterimGBX1.2531/10/201531/10/201602/06/201603/06/201630/06/20160
22/02/2016InterimGBX1.2531/10/201531/10/201603/03/201604/03/201631/03/20160
23/11/2015FinalGBX1.3531/10/201431/10/201503/12/201504/12/201531/12/20155.1
26/08/2015InterimGBX1.2531/10/201431/10/201503/09/201504/09/201530/09/20150
26/05/2015InterimGBX1.2531/10/201431/10/201504/06/201505/06/201530/06/20150
23/02/2015InterimGBX1.2531/10/201431/10/201505/03/201506/03/201531/03/20150
27/11/2014FinalGBX1.3531/10/201331/10/201404/12/201405/12/201431/12/20145.1
27/08/2014InterimGBX1.2531/10/201331/10/201403/09/201405/09/201430/09/20140
27/05/2014InterimGBX1.2531/10/201331/10/201404/06/201406/06/201430/06/20140
14/01/2014InterimGBX1.2531/10/201331/10/201405/02/201407/02/201421/03/20140
26/11/2013FinalGBX1.331/10/201231/10/201304/12/201306/12/201331/12/20135.05
28/08/2013InterimGBX1.2531/10/201231/10/201304/09/201306/09/201330/09/20130
04/06/2013InterimGBX1.2531/10/201231/10/201305/06/201307/06/201328/06/20130
25/02/2013InterimGBX1.2531/10/201231/10/201306/03/201308/03/201328/03/20130
29/11/2012FinalGBX1.2531/10/201131/10/201205/12/201207/12/201231/12/20125
29/08/2012InterimGBX1.2531/10/201131/10/201205/09/201207/09/201228/09/20120
29/05/2012InterimGBX1.2531/10/201131/10/201206/06/201208/06/201229/06/20120
28/02/2012InterimGBX1.2531/10/201131/10/201207/03/201209/03/201230/03/20120
01/12/2011FinalGBX1.2531/10/201031/10/201107/12/201109/12/201130/12/20114.8
31/08/2011InterimGBX1.231/10/201031/10/201107/09/201109/09/201130/09/20110
31/05/2011InterimGBX1.231/10/201031/10/201108/06/201110/06/201130/06/20110
28/02/2011InterimGBX1.1531/10/201031/10/201109/03/201111/03/201131/03/20110
02/12/2010FinalGBX1.1531/10/200931/10/201008/12/201010/12/201031/12/20104.6
27/08/2010InterimGBX1.1531/10/200931/10/201008/09/201010/09/201030/09/20100
28/05/2010InterimGBX1.1531/10/200931/10/201009/06/201011/06/201030/06/20100
24/02/2010InterimGBX1.1531/10/200931/10/201010/03/201012/03/201031/03/20100
03/12/2009FinalGBX1.2531/10/200831/10/200909/12/200911/12/200931/12/20095.35
27/08/2009InterimGBX1.131/10/200831/10/200909/09/200911/09/200930/09/20090
29/05/2009InterimGBX1.2531/10/200831/10/200910/06/200912/06/200930/06/20090
24/02/2009InterimGBX1.7531/10/200831/10/200911/03/200913/03/200931/03/20090
04/12/2008FinalGBX231/10/200731/10/200810/12/200812/12/200831/12/20089.65
28/08/2008InterimGBX131/10/200731/10/200810/09/200812/09/200830/09/20080
13/05/2008InterimGBX3.431/10/200731/10/200821/05/200823/05/200820/06/20080
28/02/2008InterimGBX1.7531/10/200731/10/200812/03/200814/03/200831/01/20080
06/12/2007InterimGBX1.531/10/200731/10/200812/12/200714/12/200731/12/20070

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
29/9/2021
14:53
cc2014: Agreed Hindsight, the gilt as you say suggest is only a vague proxy for the what happens with corporate bonds. Good fortune with your position here. I'll be hanging around. I do like HDIV. I think frustratingly Intergrafin got in the way of my 90p
09/9/2021
16:24
cwa1: IntegraFin dumped a percent. Still got 4% to go IF they plan to dispose of them all, which looks likely to me. That's a fairly substantial overhang:- https://www.investegate.co.uk/henderson-div-income--hdiv-/rns/holding-s--in-company/202109091642073224L/ Being lazy here, how many shares are they authorised to buy back and could they make a lowball offer to Integra?
25/8/2021
09:58
cc2014: I'm not sure why I'm pondering it really but these days we see so many cancelled trades which you can't easily see on ADVFN as they don't show the negative volume instead reporting it as positive in a way that only ADVFN can. It makes me question everything. Also, there is one MM that is blantantly putting trades through at the wrong price and cancelling them later, not on HDIV but generally. There's an interesting run of the same 10k trades as sells on MGCI, although not the same volume. It looks a bit like someone is repositioning their portfolio a bit. All in all a good start to the day here on HDIV and not before time. It would have been nice to see just a few more 10k's to see whether that would have taken out the offer. I'm being quoted 87.19 for 10k so it seems the MM's are getting closer to running out of stock at this price. Also the pattern has changed with the price being quoted no longer in reversion and a kind of more normal bid/offer spread which makes me hopeful.
24/8/2021
15:57
cwa1: 24 August 2021 HENDERSON DIVERSIFIED INCOME TRUST PLC DECLARES FIRST INTERIM DIVIDEND FOR THE YEAR ENDING 30 APRIL 2022 Henderson Diversified Income Trust plc (the "Company") has declared a first interim dividend of 1.10p per ordinary share, in respect of the year ending 30 April 2022, payable on 30 September 2021 to shareholders registered at the close of business on 3 September 2021. The Company's shares will go ex-dividend on 2 September 2021. This dividend is to be paid as an interest distribution for UK tax purposes from the Company's revenue account.
17/8/2021
11:59
cc2014: New paid for research note out from Quoted Data Link here As long as they keep buying back I would have though the share price has a floor. "Over the 12 months ended 31 July 2021, HDIV’s discount moved within a range of a discount of 9.2% to a premium of 1.0% and averaged a discount of 4.2%. At 12 August 2021, HDIV was trading at a discount of 9.6%.HDIV has been buying back stock to help address the widening discount. Since we last published, HDIV has bought back 1.7m shares. Unusually, the repurchased shares have been cancelled rather than being held in treasury. At the annual general meeting (AGM)on 15 September 2020, shareholders approved the issuance of up to 10% of HDIV’s then-issued share capital (19,131,824 shares) and the repurchaseof up to 14.99% of its then-issued share capital (28,678,604 shares).Shares will only be issued at a premium to NAV and bought back at a discount"
11/8/2021
14:46
cwa1: I do worry a bit about inflation but Henderson seem unfazed and good to see confidence in the dividend going forward:- Outlook Volatility and measures of distress in credit markets are at 15 year lows. Credit markets are priced tight but arguably fairly given the remarkably benign outlook. In this market it is more important than ever that we keep focused on sensible income and not get drawn to illusory "fools yield" bonds where the yield is so high you are almost guaranteed to lose capital. We are very mindful of value traps, illiquid, esoteric and exotic credits. The COVID crisis accelerated many of the existing structural themes we have spoken about in previous reports and if anything, in the longer term we see a more deflationary world. We completely understand the markets obsession with inflation but feel it is predominately a cyclical and transitory phenomenon. The modest rise in bond yields may well give us an opportunity to lock in higher yields for shareholders and, reassuringly, in the current environment we feel the annual dividend remains secure.
11/8/2021
09:55
cc2014: Hi CWA1. I guess it depends what you are looking for? I live off my investments and one of the biggest challenges I have is not accumulating too much high yield stuff. I have plenty of NCYF, AXI, NBMI for example. HDIV has nowhere near the risk or yield of the other 3 funds I've named above, so I'm deciding to accept a lower yield deliberately. HDIV is very well run fund and it's worth looking through what the investment managers write. I think they are one of the best in the sector. For a very long time they were invested in long duration bonds which gave them great capital gains. They are now reducing this but still the duration is much longer than NCYF for example. I'm not sure this they are reducing the duration fast enough for my liking but over the last 3 years they have called the situation far far better than me and I'm more than happy to invest in managers who have a great track record and just leave them to it. Having said that if the share price reaches 90p, which is where I think it should be I'll start slicing. Only a few months ago it was trading at 92p above NAV, until John Baron kind of tipped it as a sell (NCYF at the same time). Although I have a lump from around 85p, I've also got a lump sub 80p so I find it easier to run winners. NCYF has come all the way back and more yet HDIV still languishes, partly because everyone is focussed on yield not total returns. I'm more interested in total returns and a comparison shows AXI and HDIV have been the place to be over the last 3 years. That's not to say things won't change. My data is from the end of July. AXI has moved significantly since. AXI and NCYF have gone XD. AXI NAV 103.92p, buy price 92.86p, Discount to NAV 10.6%, Yield 6.5%, 3 year performance 8.1% pa HDIV NAV 93.2p, buy price 86.12, Discount to NAV 7.6%, Yield 5.1%, 3 year performance 8.1% pa BIPS NAV 195.49p, buy price 187.4p, Discount to NAV 4.2%, Yield 5.9%, 3 year perfomance 7.4% SMIF NAV 93.36p, buy price 96.88p, Premium to NAV 3.8%, Yield 6.3%, 3 year performance 7.3% pa NCYF NAV 51.23p, buy price 55.15, Premium to NAV 7.7%, Yield 8.1%, 3 year performance 5.7% pa Oh and finally HDIV have a discount control policy which they actually employ. They recently bought 1m shares at 85p so that puts a floor under the share price. (which means perhaps I cannot lose on this trade?)
11/8/2021
09:06
cwa1: Morning CC2014 I've followed you across from the BIPS board: you have a new stalker :-) May I ask what the rationale here is for investment? I can see there's a modest discount to NAV, which I like to see. Assuming the dividend is set fair for 4.4p(I assume it is??), then the yield is a decent but not exceptional 5%. If I may ask, what do you see as the investment case here. No worries if you'd rather not, of course! Cheers for any input
25/3/2021
11:21
essentialinvestor: My understanding is HDIV operate in the short duration end of fixed income. Take their NAV 5 or 6 months ago, before the recent bond market yield adjustments, HDIV NAV is only very approx 2/3% lower. So it's a marginal change and one that has been more than compensated for by an ability to now buy HDIV at a significant discount to net asset value. My personal view as mentioned recently on the SHA board, is forward inflation expectations are being overestimated, consensus is incorrect imv and interestingly this week has seen the first signs of bond markets perhaps waking up to this.
24/3/2021
10:22
cc2014: After the John Baron news to sell NCYF and HDIV, NCYF has now nearly recovered the drop completely. HDIV hasn't. I've just added a few although these I will be happy to flip around 88-90p. The rest I'll keep.
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