Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Twentyfour Sel LSE:SMIF London Ordinary Share GG00BJVDZ946 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.10p -1.14% 95.30p 94.80p 95.80p 95.80p 94.80p 94.80p 173,321 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 11.3 20.8 13.2 7.2 173.62

Twentyfour Sel Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/7/2018
09:13
disappointing drop in capital value but the divi is very attractive at 6.25%+ given the uncertain nature of the markets and the fact the divi is paid monthly
melody9999
27/6/2018
16:29
Finally sold - they've been great, small capital increase & constant diivis. Just wanted the money elsewhere, & had little around to sell at a premium. Also probably over-exposed to esoteric bonds & lending. Good luck holders.
spectoacc
31/1/2018
21:25
I haven't received my dividend yet, normally in my account by now...... wllm
wllmherk
15/1/2018
21:52
That sounds positive Dave :) wllm
wllmherk
15/1/2018
16:29
Its to keep the price up.
davebowler
08/1/2018
22:12
I own a few of these, what does the tender replacement results refer too ? thanks in advance, wllm
wllmherk
21/9/2017
21:57
What's the logic of this tender offer?
my retirement fund
20/9/2017
16:25
Ex div tomorrow
my retirement fund
11/5/2017
16:21
"the Company continues to be fully invested, and the portfolio remains well diversified, with the purchase yield remaining above the level required to fund the monthly dividend of 0.5p per share. " Just one snippet from the Half Yearly, out just now. Reads pretty well, albeit that they'd prefer a choppier market to find opportunities.
spectoacc
02/5/2017
14:54
Struggle with SEC, just seems to be a lack of will to resolve the current tricky situation - inclined to think it's about right on current discount, but then I would say that :) SMIF issued a million shares a week back I see - and they're already 2p over what they issued them at. Just no end of demand for yield, and no end in sight - will probably take interest rates to rise, and I can't see many of those on the horizon.
spectoacc
21/4/2017
12:02
indeed - good to see we are on similar bbs. sec is one that is definitely interesting at these levels....
edwardt
19/4/2017
15:50
Up again today I see.
spectoacc
19/4/2017
15:19
if you have to hold your nose probably time to let some go. I am minded to do that in the coming weeks.
edwardt
18/4/2017
15:49
Had to hold my nose buying them at a premium - now they're at a much larger premium, and having to sit on hands to avoid selling again. Can't get a yield like that in many other places, and today's FTSE sell-off showing the benefit of holding some bond funds, even a slightly esoteric one. From reading the RNS re Block Listing, the 15m will get dribbled into the market to prevent the premium getting too much higher - though it already feels high to me, even if not dissimilar from several others.
spectoacc
18/4/2017
10:19
block listing of 15m shares announced, interesting to see at what premium they get placed at. I guess this is the full amount they could do within the articles. thoughts welcome.
edwardt
13/4/2017
07:22
They do; thinking back to when I held a couple of the infrastructure trusts & sold out when the premiums just got silly - 10-15% - and then went to 25%+! Can't see any end to the low interest rate world - rates could go up 7x in a cycle and still only be 2%.
spectoacc
12/4/2017
18:15
shares sold out of treasury so you can tell there is demand. I agree that one should be sensitive to premiums but investors don't half love yield!!
edwardt
12/4/2017
08:57
Now trading well above NAV after recent rise - can't see much to justify it but also disinclined to sell. Everything I sell when trading over NAV only seems to go higher.
spectoacc
16/3/2017
09:16
Hold these & recently bought more. Less bothered about the share price performance, more bothered about NAV. XD today (0.5p) & last NAV 92.78p. So yes, they haven't done great, but are trading around NAV which isn't bad for a monthly payer. Not too concerned about ratings of the debt they hold but they need to show they can perform over time. Hoping for some mean reversion eventually.
spectoacc
30/9/2016
19:37
Yay - (but not much lol)
luckymouse
27/9/2016
15:44
neckline moment here - interesting to see if it bounces :)
luckymouse
22/7/2016
08:22
What's the yield?
montyhedge
09/7/2016
19:58
Thanks very much for that jonwig. On what you have said probably give it a miss.
digger61
09/7/2016
18:05
Investors from outset have lost 16p in capital and taken 12.56p (I think) in dividends. 63% of their debt portfolio is rated B or below (16% is unrated). And most of it is in banks/insurance debt. 23% is "European High Yield". If you're determined to invest in this, make sure you know how the dividends are treated for tax purposes. I seem to remember that they are deemed to be interest, so get a 20% (BRT) hit unless in a tax wrapper. Do check.
jonwig
09/7/2016
16:08
Anybody have a view on this?
digger61
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