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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Value And Income Trust Plc LSE:VIN London Ordinary Share GB0008484718 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -1.06% 186.50 182.00 191.00 191.00 186.50 191.00 32,436 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 10.5 5.2 10.9 17.1 85

Value And Income Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/6/2009
06:24
Good discount & good yield about 7/8%. I was thinking about topping up before tomorrow's 3.2% xd but the markets seem fragile at the moment
jhan66
15/6/2009
20:02
May buy some more if we get some weakness. This is a great company; 22 year dividend record, modest gearing and 6.5% yield. Almost forgot, it's on a discount as well.
topvest
08/4/2009
14:40
Very big director buy- that's a vote of confidence.
topvest
07/4/2009
07:11
Valuation out today; not as bad as feared.
topvest
26/3/2009
12:54
I bought 7k worth today as see it as excellent investment long term. Hopefully they can annouce they have re-let those wool worths units. Most of the property seems to be in the more prosperous parts of the country. I still think the FTSE can go lower (but I have been and will be wrong on a few things) but dont want to miss the turn in the markets when it comes.
robizm
28/2/2009
15:49
Well I've bought some at £1. I think this is still good value even if the property portfolio eventually falls back to £20m (i.e. from £51m last year-end), which it probably won't. Although they have £35m long term debt, they also have cash and a large defensive equity portfolio.
topvest
29/11/2008
16:33
If you're wondering why VIN is currently on 43.8% NAV Discount, widest it's ever been (& witha 3.8p dividend x-next week), I think it's because of this in the recent accounts: `The portfolio remained fully invested, with no purchases or sales over the past six months. 13% of rental income is from Woolworths, who are trading poorly in their large city centre stores. VIT's Woolworths, in the smaller towns and suburbs, should be readily re-lettable to other retailers if required' Even if they do have big exposure to Woolworths, VIn is roughly 2/3 equities 1/3 property. Together with 25% gearing, doesnt seem to justify 43.8% discount
jhan66
04/9/2008
09:04
Vin now on a 33% discount ALLIANCE 19.% discount Dunedin income 14% discount
washbrook
22/9/2006
19:17
Discount to NAV has widened recently. Trustnet currently estimates the discount to be the widest since the bottom of the market in March 2003. http://www.trustnet.com/it/funds/chart.asp?unit=995901
foster
21/10/2001
06:07
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jasey3
13/2/2001
11:09
Does anyone else think this one looks attractive? Price: 149P vs. NAV: 191P for 22.0% discount. Also: Has a yield of 3.6% and a "big enough" MarketCap of £67.8 Million trading at the top of this year's range so others are buying it. Bad News: Maybe that one of the directors and an institution have been sellers recently
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