Middlefield Canadian Income Pcc

-4.25 (-3.94%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Middlefield Canadian Income Pcc LSE:MCT London Ordinary Share GB00B15PV034 RED PART PREF SHS NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -4.25 -3.94% 103.50 20,904 16:35:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
106.00 111.50 106.50 106.00 106.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Trust,ex Ed,religious,charty 45.22 41.61 - - 110.21
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:03 UT 4,707 103.50 GBX

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2023-05-31 15:35:03103.504,7074,871.75UT
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2023-05-31 15:06:29106.001,9732,091.40O
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Posted at 15/5/2022 07:05 by flyer61
Thinking of selling. Not happy the fund has completely missed the Commodity boom in Canada. A lot of the appreciation in share price is down to currency movements. Lack of increase in dividend combined with 1.4 per cent fee is also seeing me look for the exit.
Posted at 20/10/2021 16:24 by flyer61
Thinking the share price appreciation is being based on the Canadian economy and it's exposure to commodities.
Posted at 17/5/2021 15:19 by neilyb675
As at the close of business on 14 May 2021 the estimated unaudited Net
Asset Value per share was 122.58 pence (including accrued income).

Posted at 11/1/2021 14:14 by skyship
Tilts - I take your point; however:

MCT: Yld 5.4%, disc 13%; NAV over 12m = -7.2%

CGI: Yld 4.1%, disc 33%; NAV over 12m = +37.4%

Well, I know where I'm happy to be. Still, I won't post those comparisons anymore.


Posted at 11/1/2021 12:41 by tiltonboy
CGI mandate is to invest in long-term growth...and income

MCT is to provide a high level of income...with capital growth

Totally different!

Posted at 10/1/2021 14:32 by skyship
CGI continues to outperform MCT:

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Posted at 14/11/2020 20:39 by tiltonboy

You can't compare CGI and MCT as they have different mandates. Given the choice I prefer CGI. I hold both, so happy that one complements the other. In terms of discount, CGI is always wide, whereas MCT have traded at a tighter discount.

Posted at 14/11/2020 17:41 by dsct
Many thanks for your prompt replies.

@tiltonboy - I have glanced at their portfolio, and note the top 10 holdings account for 42%. These large cap holdings would also provide diversity from my usual small cap investments.

@escapetohome - I don't mind an oddity lol (as per DUKE and SONG), and I see people not being aware as a bonus. The North America exposure would also diversify my portfolio.

@SKYSHIP - I read this board before posting, and noted your CGI alternative. As you show, MCT has underperformed CGI, but this may be a reason to prefer MCT - catch-up prospect. MCT would need to increase approx. 50% to bring in line with CGI in your chart, although obviously not as simplistic as that.

I have my own spreadsheets to analyse P&L, B/S, and C/F reports, and may now compare MCT and CGI to show any stand-out differences to investigate.

I suppose one alternative would be to split my potential investment between the two.

Thanks again.

Posted at 14/11/2020 13:52 by skyship
dsct - all I would advise, is what I have been advising on this thread for the past two years - take a long hard look at the far better value Canadian & General Investments (CGI). They have massively outperformed MCT, yet still trade on a 31% NAV discount versus the 15% here at MCT!

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Posted at 14/11/2020 13:37 by dsct
Hello Gents and Ladies,

MCT has recently come to my attention, probably due to incorrect information on ADVFN, but upon a brief initial glance, I've decided to look into this further.

Whilst I'm doing some research, I would be grateful if anyone with more knowledge of this company could provide a brief overview, and maybe more importantly, any bearish signals, to counter my current bullish view.

ADVFN are incorrectly showing a Mkt Cap of £1.89m, due to there being only 2.28m shares in issue, and this skewed the financials/ratios shown here.

For me now, the discount to NAV, North American diversity and the 6% divi paid quarterly are what has initially interested me. I also hold DUKE and SONG, both quarterly divi, so this may possibly be a worthy addition to the income/compound growth section of my portfolio.

I will be looking through their accounts, RNSs, website etc. as part of my research.

Thanks in advance.

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