The investment trust has attracted numerous big name shareholders including asset managers Investec Wealth, Old Mutual and CCLA which manages investments for the Church of England and various charities. It is easy to see why they’re on board.
Ultimately Hadrian’s Wall is suitable for investors who want a nice income from a low volatility asset, recognising they won’t get much in terms of capital gains.
The 6% yield, while not guaranteed, means you can expect a nice return on your money and one that is significantly beating the current rate of inflation which can’t be said for most cash savings accounts. Buy now.