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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Shires Income Plc LSE:SHRS London Ordinary Share GB0008052507 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.00 0.49% 204.00 202.00 206.00 204.00 203.00 204.00 40,422 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 4.0 13.0 15.7 63

Shires Income Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/11/2016
16:18
FTSE +59 when I posted @orinocor ;) The bond proxy trade appears to be over - some remarkable moves in the mega caps, both directions. Won't all be bad for SHRS of course, & appears to be more risers than fallers on my watchlist.
spectoacc
10/11/2016
16:02
FTSE down 85 points as I type. I think the euphoria is over. and this could be the beginning of a meltdown. Its a case of "holy sh*t what have we done!"
orinocor
10/11/2016
10:09
Still a fan, and pains me to offload some at such a huge discount, but I'm going more into cash post-Trump - market rally is ridiculous. Wary of prefs exposure if Trump's aiming at inflation. Still a holder, but just under half what I had at the start of the week.
spectoacc
09/11/2016
21:35
Indeed, I missed the chance as well.
11_percent
09/11/2016
20:52
At 1.00am GMT approx. 11/1 was fleetingly available on Trump to win, stayed up to watch the results come in.
essentialinvestor
09/11/2016
19:53
Do you have brown stuff in powdered form, onnocor?
asmodeus
09/11/2016
19:27
Haha. Bookies Paddy Power paid out on a Clinton win weeks ago. They thought it was a done deal. Now they have to pay out again. Woops!
orinocor
09/11/2016
12:36
@orinocor - delayed reaction I say. It's the reverse to Brexit, which was massive over-reaction/huge buying op. This is the opposite, perhaps because Trump's not actually sworn in until January. Haven't bought anything today but have sold a few things.
spectoacc
09/11/2016
12:07
Is this it? Market meltdown my @rse! FTSE down 0.5%. It was supposed to be nearer 10% on a Trump win. These economists know nothing. Or has the brown stuff yet to hit the fan? I'm still keeping some powder dry in case there is going to be a delayed reaction.
orinocor
09/11/2016
09:10
Blue on the day.
spectoacc
09/11/2016
07:52
This is where SHRS is good - or rather, isn't so bad - large holding of prefs keeps it from tanking as much as the market.
spectoacc
05/11/2016
10:22
I topped up at 212p. This is my income trust of choice.
orinocor
04/11/2016
15:51
I'm waiting to see what the US election does to the market.
rcturner2
04/11/2016
15:38
I've had some and also GSK today, recent Shires divi fully spent now.
essentialinvestor
04/11/2016
15:24
Yield 5.69%, discount over 10%, and NAV growth ahead of price growth. Decided to double my holding.
gorse
28/10/2016
10:57
Divi paid nice and promptly, in my account by 9.00am. 216.7 was the best buy price I was offered this morning, that was very close to my buy yesterday so gave it a miss.
essentialinvestor
27/10/2016
11:36
I've been adding to my ASCI holding, although would not view that as a SHRS equivalent, it's part of my longer term planning. Had another small amount here this morning at just over 2.17. These levels look attractive to me, provided the wider market does not tank, which is always a possibility.
essentialinvestor
27/10/2016
11:24
hxxps://www.trustnet.com/investment-trusts/price-performance?univ=T&Pf_sortedColumn=yield&Pf_sortedDirection=DESC
rcturner2
27/10/2016
11:23
trustnet is a very good resource you can select all UK investment trusts and then order them by yield and the discounts are shown in the table
rcturner2
27/10/2016
11:20
what else are you guys holding that's on a similar discount and yield?
orinocor
26/10/2016
16:17
Bought a small amount earlier, price looks very reasonable to me, if markets stay around these levels that is. Dividend paid Friday from memory.
essentialinvestor
26/10/2016
12:56
@orinocor - that's NAV as of yesterday. Though if you paid "2"17p all-in, I'd agree it's nearer 14.9% than 13%.
spectoacc
26/10/2016
12:50
well NAV is 255.29 and buy price is 117p so the discount just now is 14.9%
orinocor
26/10/2016
12:44
11% average discount over past year, according to HL (who put today's discount at c.13%). Just noticed Shires has been going since 1929.
spectoacc
26/10/2016
12:40
I just bought some at 217p which is a 15% discount and a 5.6% yield. This seems to be getting sold down. Not tracking the FTSE at all. I'm hoping there is an opportunity here. Whats a typical discount for this trust?
orinocor
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