Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Twentyfour LSE:TFIF London Ordinary Share GG00B90J5Z95 ORD RED 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 122.00p 121.50p 122.50p - - - 209 08:00:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 26.1 55.2 15.2 8.0 476.79

Twentyfour Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/5/2018
20:27
Nanny says I mustn't give advice - so the choice is yours!
asmodeus
11/5/2018
19:30
@annwyn @asmodeus Many thanks, a share for the ISA, then.
caradog
11/5/2018
15:25
My payment advice clearly states dividend (paid gross).
asmodeus
11/5/2018
15:14
Hargreaves Lansdown describe it as an overseas dividend payment.
annwyn
11/5/2018
13:53
@Jonwig Thanks for trying. I was thinking of buying enough just to earn the £500 tax-free interest allowance outside my ISA but, like you, I couldn’t find any info in the literature. Anyone have a recent CTC who can shed some light?
caradog
11/5/2018
10:03
@ Caradog - I can't find any reference in the company statements. if your shares are in an ISA, it won't matter. If they are not, your consolidated tax certi9ficate will say which.
jonwig
11/5/2018
09:54
Are TFIF’s distributions taxed as dividends or interest?
caradog
10/5/2018
08:27
Regulation gone mad. All the ultra high risk investments that are freely available to retail investors on the wider market, but they must protect retail investors from a medium risk debt fund!
scburbs
10/5/2018
08:12
Yes i'd seen that article in questor,which gave me a lot more confidence in my original investment a few months prior.
carterit
10/5/2018
06:36
You can't access the TFIF website if you tick the box saying you're a private investor. (So you need to say you're a professional!) However, a month or so back, this share was tipped by the Telegraph's Questor column!
jonwig
09/5/2018
20:39
Further to Jonwig's comment I have had no trouble buying investment trusts of many types since Mifud - provided that I have looked up the KID and confirm reading and understanding it, and that the Broker also looks it up and makes sure I have understood it. And surely it is us retail investors whom "euronanny" is trying to protect, but not by going to the extent of refusing to let you buy the fund at all? And didn't you have to look up the KID etc. with your new fund? If you want to get back in to TFIF, I would get back to Halifax and make quite sure they know what they're doing - or try another Broker.
asmodeus
09/5/2018
19:33
Yep,looks like it. Spoke to them and they have sympathies,but as their platform is targetted towards retail investors (though they admit to having plenty who have fairly substantial portfolios like me),then they can not let it be sold via their platform,which is a pity. I am not a professional or professionally advised investor but have built up a portfolio over the last 20-25 years,and the best ways to learn tend to be through our own mistakes. If the situation changes,than i intend to get back in. Just frustrating.
carterit
09/5/2018
18:36
@ carterit - have you asked Halifax why? I suspect it's to do with the KID which can be downloaded here: Https://twentyfouram.com/funds/twentyfour-income-fund/fund-literature/
jonwig
09/5/2018
18:17
Unfortunately forced to sell my holding in TFIF due to MIFUD II as halifax online will not allow any more purchases of the fund,though would allow me to continue to hold what i had previously bought. As i primarily bought them with dividend reinvestment and the compounding effect of such an investment,and didn't want to take the income for a good few years yet,i have now reluctantly sold and bought another fund that is curently available though halifax online,also pays a quarterly dividend in months 1,4,7 and 10 and produces a yield in the range 6-7%,i have now switched to that.
carterit
22/3/2018
11:53
I have added.
asmodeus
22/3/2018
07:50
Informative article here: Https://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/funds/questorthis-trust-yields-6pc-almost-never-has-discount-buy/
jonwig
18/10/2017
10:12
Positive article in Moneyweek on TFIF & SMIF: hTTp://moneyweek.com/when-dull-is-good-in-income-investing/
wirralowl
15/8/2017
14:29
HTtp://www.twenty-fouram.com/action/click/?id=2I30181568946P746
davebowler
14/9/2016
23:54
weekly graph - convincing divergence on long & short osc - gentle medium hi yield play - may consolidate there (issuance?) - then move onto close the gap if navs (@slight premium) rise. Williams%R suggests more to come.
luckymouse
19/8/2016
13:55
Will be interesting to see what the demand for new shares is. I do not know if a target has been set for the fund raise. I do not think TFIF raised as much as had been hoped for on the continuation of the Trust.
8w
19/8/2016
13:04
Davebowler. Thanks for posting. It is difficult to put a case for buying floating rate MBS securities at the moment and I am not entirely convinced by the arguments put forward above. Yes they are cheap relative to other FI but, as usual, cheap for a reason. The phrase 'investors will be able to lock into attractive yields with the potential for capital appreciation as spreads tighten' seems a bit rich given the risk of the BOE / ECB lowering interest rates even further. Fair value losses and reduced income streams from further falls in LIBOR will quickly erase any price rises from spread tightening.
pimsim
12/8/2016
15:18
HTtp://www.twentyfouram.com/sites/default/files/upload/images/TwentyFour%20Income%20Fund%20Factsheet%20-%20July%202016.pdf
davebowler
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