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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Merchants Trust Plc LSE:MRCH London Ordinary Share GB0005800072 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 557.00 552.00 556.00 - 25,615 09:25:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 24.9 21.9 18.5 30.1 694

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13/6/2021
07:54
Zac, I have posted my thread portfolio to my MRCH thread header for clarification. A couple of provisos. It's not my actual portfolio as the more observant will notice it no longer holds owns MRCH. I own some of the shares in my actual portfolio and several shares not included. It's a high risk strategy to own only one of the highest yielders.
ctrader3
13/6/2021
07:38
although it turned out the share was 'cheap' and yielded 5% at the low.
ctrader3
13/6/2021
07:31
next generation of dividend heroes. I guess everyone should own at least one smaller companies although they are never cheap.
ctrader3
12/6/2021
23:31
ctrader3 - I've just realised it's the performance of the investment trust dividend heroes. I've started fishing in the next generation of dividend heroes list for further diversification. HFEL (as mentioned) and CQS New City High Yield are current holdings.
zac0_4
12/6/2021
23:09
ctrader3 - is this your portfolio? If so, I'm a little surprised. I always had you down as an investor who simply chased dividend yield. Some on the list have lower yields than I thought might be of interest to you. With my dividend paying holdings I'm continuing the process of moving from single shares into investment trusts to provide further diversification. Some of the holdings on the list may well be of interest. Surprised Henderson High Income and Henderson Far East Income don't appear.
zac0_4
11/6/2021
15:29
at last, shareholders being rewarded.
ctrader3
09/6/2021
12:43
Let’s say you bought 1,000 shares of this company on the first trading day of 2000 for 332.5p (an investment of £3325 excluding stamp duty and dealing costs) when it was paying an annual dividend of 22.2p (or a dividend yield of 6.7%). The shares were very cheap as many investors ignored them and put their money into glamorous internet shares.
ctrader3
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