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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
  3.75 2.0% 191.25 189.00 193.50 191.50 183.50 183.50 30,207 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 10.5 5.2 10.9 17.5 87

Value And Income Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/8/2019
08:55
Oakeshott has reduced his holding marginally in recent weeks otherwise I can't see any reason for the weakness in the share price
ygor705
28/8/2019
07:29
Might get back in soon at this rate! Why the sharp fall I wonder, other than "the markets"? My sell was small, certainly didn't set that off.
spectoacc
15/8/2019
07:13
Wish we knew a little more about the "forced retirements". Have sold half in the meantime, with it having held up better than the market. Might get back in again before the debenture maturity date.
spectoacc
29/7/2019
09:21
ygor705...pretty much as I see it.
konkel
29/7/2019
09:21
ygor705...pretty much as I see it.
konkel
26/7/2019
07:34
The share price here seems to have settled down and the discount to net asset value has been on a narrowing trend for some months now. Suspect that the protest vote at the EGM was from the Oakeshott/Lascelles lobby as I haven't noticed mention of any director dissent in the press. The pull to redemption of the big coupon debenture debt is a small positive underlying a well spread portfolio of equities and property. A good dividend yield also helps. One of the directors also bought shares recently so I remain a firm holder here.
ygor705
19/7/2019
19:17
Maybe he's "given up on life and investing" himself, and so thinks this thread ideal, Topvest ?
asmodeus
19/7/2019
17:13
LOL. Not on your buy list then! Why bother posting if this is a thread for losers, as you seem to suggest?
topvest
19/7/2019
07:27
This is the kind of stock for folks that have given up on investing and on life in general
lopsidedgit1
16/7/2019
08:09
Agreed. Pity - quite like VIN.
spectoacc
16/7/2019
07:47
They could start with being open and honest. They obviously haven't been. What was the real reason for the 2 founders being removed? It didn't really add up when it was announced. Lack of trust now in place.
topvest
16/7/2019
05:45
Agreed, plenty of shares held by the dissenters to call an EGM - Board trying to head it off with that AGM comment about "Taking note".
spectoacc
15/7/2019
16:35
Will there be an EGM sometime soon? Looks a bit like Athelney Trust.
topvest
15/7/2019
11:23
Good spot, missed that - about a fifth voted against.
spectoacc
15/7/2019
08:29
The Board notes that Resolutions 4, 5 and 6, being Ordinary Resolutions relating to the re-appointment of Mr Ferguson, Mr Kay and Mr Smith, were all duly passed but recognises that a significant minority of the votes cast were against these Resolutions. It is intended that the Board will give this due consideration in its future deliberations.
zcaprd7
15/7/2019
08:28
Some bad feeling?
zcaprd7
15/6/2019
20:56
Might the love affair with Conviviality have been a factor ?
coolen
15/6/2019
14:49
If I owned 21% I'd want a Manager that wasn't bottom quartile!!
konkel
15/6/2019
14:25
If I had 21%, I'd want to remain fully involved.
spectoacc
15/6/2019
11:52
I suppose what we don't quite know is how active the two managers were, or did they delegate most to their team anyway? Matthew Oakeshott has an increased 21% holding, and so is by far the largest holder. I guess, we will see if there is any bad feeling when the AGM voting is reported.
topvest
15/6/2019
10:02
Aye - the property side seems good, but they seem to get away with some slightly dodgy share punts. I wonder if the "consequence(s) of the review" was recognition of time limits/retirement ages etc? But agreed - incredibly opaque. If a falling out, the "..Very grateful.." would seem odd. Either way, was an abrupt departure.
spectoacc
15/6/2019
07:18
Anyway, looks like the company will continue as is until the continuation vote in 2024 or to an eventual liquidation in 2027. I'm happy to stay invested, albeit I'm not 100% convinced about the OLIM equity side.
topvest
15/6/2019
07:10
Annual report out. Its all a bit odd on the Angela Lascelles and Matthew Oakeshott front. What actually does the Chairman mean with this comment? "Another consequence of our review, and in line with current practice, was the retirement of Angela Lascelles and Matthew Oakeshott from the Board on 1 April 2019. Patrick Harrington and Louise Cleary have succeeded them as the lead portfolio managers, having worked closely with them in managing VIT's portfolio. We are very grateful for all that Angela and Matthew have contributed to VIT as the architects of its success. We know that they will continue to take a keen interest in the progress of VIT." Not very clear whether they were pushed / there was an argument or they both just retired.
topvest
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