Ventus Vct Dividends - VEN

Ventus Vct Dividends - VEN

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Ventus Vct Plc VEN London Ordinary Share GB00B03KMY45 ORD 25P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Low Price High Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 113.00 113.00 113.00 113.00 113.00 00:00:00
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Ventus Vct VEN Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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a0002577: I too have rather a lot - and have bought more recently - including a few D shares which are like hen's teeth. If they ever do something about the high charges NAV will go up and the dividend will also go up. Probably add 20% to share price if they ever get their act together. And all tax free income which supplements my pension nicely. Will keep in touch - regards BBB
a0002577: Hello - long time since I have posted here. Back in the early days of this VCT I didn't invest as I had already done my share for that year but thought it was a good bet. I was wrong - terribly mismanaged at the beginning and didn't get anywhere near the yield of 8% they touted at launch - and it is still a long way off. However there does seem to be value emerging BUT there could be even more value emerging in Ventus 2. I bought into that heavily a few weeks ago when they were yielding close on 7%. The yield on my original investment is now up as they have increased the Dividend and I am sitting on a share price gain to boot - but I have no intention of the half year report was quite encouraging
freda: For me, probably the most interesting part of the interim figures is the upward visability of future dividends, 6-8p in the case of VEN. Either the dividend figure will not be met, or the share price will have to increase to make the yield sensible again. A nice long term hold, especially at the current NAV discount. Steady as she goes but in the right direction.
timbo003: The Ventus (1) share price has been very erratic of late, often rising or falling 20p in a day, but with a 20p spread, there are no trading opportunities. I assume the falls are a result of a forced seller out there (presumably due to death, bankruptcy or divorce), so I decided to test the water today with an attempted purchase of some secondhand shares. I managed to pick up 3,000 at 84p/share (with no stamp duty), the trade never showed up on ADVFN, but the trade timing coincided with the tick up in price at 14.52. Has anyone else been buying VEN in the market? Someone has been buying as the share price always seems to rebound after a fall, I'm not sure if the company will be able to do share buy backs right now, as we must be either in, or approaching a closed period (results are due in June).
a0002577: energi - very unlikely that it will drift to 60 pence. The yield will keep it above 80 more or less regardless. If it ever got to 60 I would be a buyer in a big way. VCTs have got their act together in buying back shares and this one is largely asset backed and with assets that are subsidised by government as a long term move to get more renewable energy. This is/was the only really sensible VCT offering this/last year and so anyone who got in early should do very nicely. Asset backed VCTs (enterprise VCT and Close Bros have been the only ones to give consistently good returns over the years. I would expect this one to give at least as good a return as Close Bros - which yields nearly nine per cent on the original share price (100 pence) and of course rather more on the 38 pence I actually paid!
timbo003: mdchand I see you are also into Alkane (me too), and thanks for providing all the useful info on that one. My main regret with Alkane is that I didn't load up sufficiently at 10-12p per share price range. Oh well, I will have to be content with my modest holding (60K shares), they are definitely intended to be a (very) long term hold. When oil hits $100/barrel in the next couple of years, Alkanes share price will probably be much higher than the current level and Ventus's prospects will be even brighter than they are now.
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