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Newest Review: ... go into here) The zero-holders receive a pre-defined value for each share, if the company assets are of sufficient value to do so, and no dividends throughout the life of the share, so all profit is in the form of capital gains. They are therefore similar to a zero coupon bond. The "gross redemption yield" (GRY) is published for each zero currently available, which is useful and allows comparison with yields on other investments. GRY however does not tell the whole story and attention should be paid to how it was calculated (the real yield is reduced by stamp duty and commission particularly when the wind-up date is near) GRY a... more
Customer Other Investment Trusts Reviews (7)
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by Alton Delmote - written on 09/07/10
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by - written on 07/07/08, updated on 29/09/08 (Very useful, 446 readings)
This is a review of Zero Dividend Preference Shares, which can be used to reduce risk in an investment portfolio and capital gains tax planning. I have also published this article on my web-site (www.andrewporterconsulting.co.uk) There is a little known kind of investment called a split-capital investment trust, which has been ignored by most of the financial press for many years, and yet can represent good risk-reducing diversification for a share portfolio or an alternative to cash. Some of the few remaining zero-dividend-preference-shares, a sub-type of split-capital trust, offer a return above that of the best deposit accounts currently available. The new ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/00, updated on 11/10/00 (Useful, 393 readings)
Close Finsbury Asset Management ( www.finsbury-asset.co.uk ) Telephone 0990 502 017 runs some very successful investment trusts. Finsbury Trust is five star rated by Micropal (www.micropal.com). As at 29 September 2000, Finsbury Trust was up 543% over 10 years, up 196% over 5 years, up 123% over 3 years, and up 94% over 1 year. Its performance was well above average in 1999, 1995, 1993, and 1992. Its worst years were 1990 and 1991. It has a first quartile ranking over 1, 3, and 5 years. Finsbury Trust invests in special situations. It is growth orientated. Two of its holdings are Ramco Energy Plc and Robotic Technology ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/00, updated on 21/09/00 (Very useful, 324 readings)
I took out the Enterprise Trust with Fand C,approximately 2 years ago,and now pay in £35 per month.It has been as high as £50 per month and as low as £25.That is what I like about them,you can vary the amount as your financial circumstances dictate,without any charges.You always have forms to change the direct debit mandate.I believe that the minimum is now £50 p.m.-but not 100% sure. The reason I picked it out was because in the Financial Mail on Sunday,at one point it was leading the Investment Trust tables for five and three years. Since then,it has slipped back a little,but I am still very happy with the performance,and compares well with other ... Read the complete review