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|nice chart and mini breakout ! heading for £30 it seems .|
Slow and steady
Despite volatile global equity markets, asset manager Schroder's (LSE: SDR) has continued to hum along nicely. The fund manager's Q1 pre-tax profits may have dropped from £141m to £137m year-on-year, but in such volatile market conditions investors should applaud the company's ability to continue attracting net inflows of £2.7bn. Slow and steady growth from this family-controlled company is why dividends have grown year after year and are expected to yield 3.6% in 2016.
Analysts are expecting this year's dividend to be covered 1.9 times by earnings, showing its safety and growth potential. And, while earnings are expected to shrink this year alongside the general industry pullback, Schroders still has significant growth potential in the years ahead. The company's popularity with institutional investors has protected it from much of the downside of recent market turbulence, and it should benefit nicely in the coming quarters as January's tumult is behind us.
These three companies have impressive recent histories with dividend hikes, but they can't compare to the 380% rise over the past four years at the Motley Fool's Top Income Share.
This truly under the radar income star's dividends are still covered more than 3.5 times by earnings too, which is why analysts are expecting even more growth to come.|
|Read Panmure Gordon & Co's note on SCHRODERS, out this morning, by visiting hxxps://www.research-tree.com/company/GB0002405495
"Small net inflows driven by institutional demand, in a very difficult Q1 for the industry, underlines the quality of this stalwart of the sector ..."|
|Why Now Is The Perfect Time To Buy These 4 Stocks: Standard Chartered PLC, Boohoo.Com PLC, Schroders plc And Meggitt plc
Of course, not all stocks that appear to be worth buying need to have posted a fall in their share price in recent months. Fund management group, Schroders (LSE: SDR), has seen its share price rise by 27% in the last year and at least part of this is due to a FTSE 100 that remains relatively high even with the uncertainty surrounding Greece. And, with Schroders having a beta of 1.3, it looks set to beat a rising FTSE 100 over the medium to long term.
|Morgan Stanley 3385p.|
|The move up from £22 has surprised me! Still hold thankfully.|
|Russia related sanctions I guess.|
|Top of FTSE 100 today after being at the bottom on Friday. How fickle the markets are, and who said they are efficient, if that can happen to a large cap?
Still, I'm not complaining when you can make money so easily.|
|Zak Mir offers his Major Market Round-up and Market Discussion of the FTSE 100 and says Schroders (SDR): Bearish. See more at: http://www.tiptv.co.uk/#sthash.8h3o3Ix1.dpuf|
|Yep; bad timing on my part.|
|Even better to buy today.
Especially as it goes XD next week.
But SDRC gives the same divi and EPS etc at a much lower price, so better to go for that.|
|Going to Buy soon.|
|Anybody holding these?|
|SDR upgraded by Exane to O/P from N; TP up 16pc to 2,500p
|looking a bit grim. hope you have your stop losses handy.|
|3% intraday. you couldn't make it up!|
|Few comments on this one.
I wonder why????|
|given that ashmore is fixed income: thought today's action on SDR somewhat muted!|
|Ex div 30p so share price still doing well|
|given cazanov Purchase premium: is SDR the best asset management play around?|