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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Henderson Diversified Income Trust Plc LSE:HDIV London Ordinary Share GB00BF03YC36 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 85.00 359,736 16:35:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
85.00 86.80 85.00 84.40 85.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 9.59 8.46 4.47 19.0 163
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:26 UT 50 85.00 GBX

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2021-06-14 15:35:2685.005042.50UT
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14/6/2021
09:20
Henderson Diversified In... Daily Update: Henderson Diversified Income Trust Plc is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HDIV. The last closing price for Henderson Diversified In... was 85p.
Henderson Diversified Income Trust Plc has a 4 week average price of 83p and a 12 week average price of 82p.
The 1 year high share price is 93.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 78.80p.
There are currently 191,318,240 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 404,527 shares. The market capitalisation of Henderson Diversified Income Trust Plc is £162,620,504.
14/6/2021
10:18
cc2014: Added this morning at 84.46p. NAV is 91.9p as of Thursday night and is sure to be up on Friday too. Share price seems a bit low to me.
09/4/2021
11:24
cc2014: It's become clear to me that someone must have sold a huge quantity of these which the market makers have on their books and are slowly shifting. My rationale for this is that the vast majority of trades are buys over the last 10 days (even those reported as sells) and that slowly as the market maker is reducing their exposure the actual price paid is rising. I'll wait patiently. I have alot of these and whilst I really like them and I'll be holding most of them long term, I'd really like to sell about 25% of my holding at 90p
06/4/2021
14:41
essentialinvestor: Picked up another 10k at 82.8. If I have this right HDIV looks cheap nearly 9% below NAV may provide and at least a partial hedge against future equity weakness. Any Equity weakness looks a far away and distant land atm!.
06/4/2021
14:39
essentialinvestor: As at close of business on 1 April 2021, the unaudited net asset value per share, calculated in accordance with the AIC formula (including current financial year revenue items), was 91.2p. As at close of business on 1 April 2021, the unaudited net asset value per share (excluding current financial year revenue items) was 90.2p.
25/3/2021
12:35
cc2014: I'll give you a different take EI. Looking at how fast the FTSE has sold off today is telling me investors will be piling into debt soon enough as a safe place to put their money. There does seem to be a seller on HDIV but I can't grumble about that since I've bought some of his shares. As for where interest rates are going I think inflation is going to pick up far faster than most expect. However, the central banks will be ever so reluctant to raise rates even in the face of it. Even it's a sticky stagflation they will just keep arguing it's temporary and not raise rates. Sure they may raise them from 0.1% to 0.25% just to put us on notice of what's coming but that will be about it. Very happy to hold this one in the current circumstances.
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.
09/3/2021
15:43
cc2014: John Baron runs a subscription service website. He also writes for Investors Chronicle. He's been holding and tipping NCYF for a very long time. Maybe 20 years, I'm not really sure as I don't subscribe to either. Most of these types of tipsters are pretty rubblish but John is one of the better ones and clearly he has a large following. The problem though is one of liquidity. He will have sold HDIV at 87p, 90p, maybe even higher depending on the timing but as we can see you cannot get the same prices if you follow him. This happens over and over with IC. Their published performance is far away from what can be achieved by copying their trades. It will all wash over in a few days. His followers will sell and the instituions will soak them up as they are doing today.
09/3/2021
13:17
vacendak: NCYF and, I assume, other ITs similar to HDIV have been clobbered too. As people have said already, there has been a little earthquake in the bond market two weeks ago and the Fed has not really accommodated the "bond vigilantes" yet, so things remain tense. In fact it is surprising that the correction is only happening now with high income investment trusts. Growth and techs have also been savaged for the same reason: Money might be more expensive tomorrow, so value (or "money today") is back in style too.
09/3/2021
10:19
cousin jack: Does anyone know what John Baron gave as his reason for selling ? I’m presuming it was the indication that bond yields will rise, but if something specific to HDIV it would be interesting.
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