Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Twentyfour Select Monthly Income Fund Limited LSE:SMIF London Ordinary Share GG00BJVDZ946 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.60 -0.61% 97.00 82,102 16:35:17
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
96.00 98.00 98.00 97.40 97.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 13.29 10.71 5.30 18.3 181
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:08:54 O 5,140 97.08 GBX

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Twentyfour Select Monthl... Daily Update: Twentyfour Select Monthly Income Fund Limited is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SMIF. The last closing price for Twentyfour Select Monthl... was 97.60p.
Twentyfour Select Monthly Income Fund Limited has a 4 week average price of 96p and a 12 week average price of 95.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 102p while the 1 year low share price is currently 81p.
There are currently 187,088,518 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 540,302 shares. The market capitalisation of Twentyfour Select Monthly Income Fund Limited is £181,475,862.46.
marktime1231: Confirmation too that SMIF continues to trade at around a 3% premium to a slowly improving NAV, periodically issuing a few new shares to meet demand, generating the cash flow to sustain the excellent monthly dividend. So long as it can keep finding high yield assets to invest in, and / or pay a bumper final dividend, unphased by the dividend tax hike, the price might just edge back towards the magic 100p.
cwa1: Re: Dividend Announcement The Directors of TwentyFour Select Monthly Income Fund Limited have declared that a dividend will be payable, in line with the Prospectus, representing the regular monthly targeted dividend for the financial period ending 31 August 2021 as follows: Ex-Dividend Date 16 September 2021 Record Date 17 September 2021 Payment Date 30 September 2021 Dividend per Share 0.50 pence (Sterling)
cwa1: That's a chunky trade at 12:52-500,000 @ 97.54p. Good volume overall too with over 700,000 traded already. Hopefully it presages a little price improvement
cwa1: August 2021 TwentyFour Select Monthly Income Fund Limited (a non-cellular company limited by shares incorporated in the Island of Guernsey under the Companies (Guernsey) Law 2008, as amended, with registered number 57985 and registered as a Registered Closed-ended Collective Investment Scheme with the Guernsey Financial Services Commission. LEI: 549300P9Q5O2B3RDNF78) Re: Dividend Announcement The Directors of TwentyFour Select Monthly Income Fund Limited have declared that a dividend will be payable, in line with the Prospectus, representing the regular monthly targeted dividend for the financial period ending 30 July 2021 as follows: Ex-Dividend Date 12 August 2021 Record Date 13 August 2021 Payment Date 31 August 2021 Dividend per Share 0.50 pence (Sterling)
marktime1231: Thanks for those ideas, NWH not available from here but that is the sort of thing yes. SUPR looks a hot premium for a 4.5% yield but has the upside of progression as you say, finding a cheaper entry is the trick. The other property contrarian I have looked at is RGL, are we really going back to the office though, I bet not fully. I looked at SHIP for a while, but the price took off and was worried about the risks and unknowns. Other logistics? EPIC attracts me because it is a good yield, monthly, NAV bottoming perhaps and share price some way to go to close the discount still, and a declared prospect of the dividend being restored another notch to 5.5p (and who knows maybe even all the way back to 6p). Maybe some upside in the NAV if retail warehousing has a future, or it cleverly buys in to retail park property which definitely does have a future like drive-thro's. Right now it looks cheap, because of the risk.
marktime1231: SMIF holding grown into a pillar of my retirement portfolio. It lacks progression but at 6% and monthly distribution it is a winner. Outlook? The other big stakes at the moment are BERI which also lacks dividend progression, but I make up for that with a little trading of the cycles. MYI which could do better and is under review for reduction. My real winner is EAT which is steaming ahead so fast it is hard to pick when to add. Smaller stakes in CTY, UKW, GRID and BIPS. A hopeful sandwich. Recently sold out of NCYF, and KKVL which is imploding. Looking for another progressive based on real assets, so property or leasing or ... but nothing too novel or exotic. EPIC maybe, or is that a risk too far?
jaf111: (Obviously talking to myself.....) but very pleased with the recovery in price over past 3 months.....and expecting a return to the 90 to 95p trading range in the coming weeks....
davebowler: Its to keep the price up.
spectoacc: "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: 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.
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