Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Herald Investment Trust LSE:HRI London Ordinary Share GB0004228648 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +20.00p +1.74% 1,170.00p 1,150.00p 1,175.00p 1,170.00p 1,150.00p 1,160.00p 26,695 15:02:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 9.5 0.7 0.6 2,017.2 848.50

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Date Time Title Posts
15/1/201808:18Quality High Tech longterm Investment101
25/11/200417:06Anyone know what happened to these guys?6
06/8/200215:22Herald Investment - cheap bucket of IT shares. Quick.11

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Herald Investment Trust Daily Update: Herald Investment Trust is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HRI. The last closing price for Herald Investment Trust was 1,150p.
Herald Investment Trust has a 4 week average price of 1,060p and a 12 week average price of 1,060p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,230p while the 1 year low share price is currently 912p.
There are currently 72,521,382 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 38,584 shares. The market capitalisation of Herald Investment Trust is £833,995,893.
garth: NAV continuing to rise, discount growing, share price starting to trend sidewise having broken out of its seemingly inexorable rise. Concerns about the wider market looking toppy? G.
anley: YES I am in these and have been for many months. Miton and Herald with one VRS director now control 28% of VRS and I don't have to tell you what has happened to the share price of VRS in 2017.
quepassa: Switched out of Scottish Mortgage earlier this year after a great run and into HRI. Glad I did. The more I look at this fund, the more I respect it. With a NAV of 1309p versus a share price of 1115p, this looks like a bargain to me and the 15% discount to NAV still looks far too wide in my opinion. This Trust should outperform in my view. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: It's just the focus of their investment portfolio. they are set up to specialise in smaller-cap tech stocks and generally the companies in that sector pay very limited dividends and are much more growth orientated rather than dividend-paying. whereas a trust on the FTSE 100 would comprise companies like RDSB, Voda and Insurance companies which pay high dividends but are generally low growth. you wouldn't expect a high divi from HRI but you would hope for big growth amongst their portfolio companies. no dividends are pocketed by the trust. however, all investment trusts take management fees. that's how they make their money. that's why they do it. they are money managers who take a management fee for their services and expertise. A 1% annual fee is not a particularly high one as some Trusts can charge 2%, and a limited few charge less than 1%. They take their ongoing fees and charges out of cash flow - whether from dividend monies the Trust receives or proceeds on sales of investments. it doesn't really impact share price. it impacts more performance. A trust which makes a TOTAL ANNUAL RETURN (divi's plus growth in value of portfolio) of 5% and takes a management fee of 1% leaves investors with a return of 4%. Obviously a Trust which levies annual fees of 2% would leave investors with 3%. Yes, of course, low fees and excellent performance are great but you need to find them and do your own research. have a good look Herald's useful investor website which tells you all about them and how they operate. Under the rubric "Funds" , click on Investment Trust and also look at their Monthly Fact Sheets hXXps:// ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
axotyl: That's really useful, QP. (Just added the NAV/Price charts: Https:// ) So, next question, if you can bear it, is why the paltry HRI dividend? I realise that dividends with smallcap companies can be negligible or with investment trusts are any dividends just pocketed by the trust? Also, they take a management charge of 1% of net assets. How is that extracted, and does it affect the share price? I'm not complaining. I just want to understand the background. I guess I can get on the 'phone and ask them.
mac: NAV 416p still on the up, but profit taking hitting the share price. Which leads the way I wonder? Agree whole heartedly with you Foster
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