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Sunday, 2 August 2015

Kep Corp's Dividend History


With this kind of dividends received by long time royal shareholders of Kep Corp; the company has already compensated their loyalty more than enough. Even if Kep Corp becomes bankrupt in the next decade. These loyal investors should have no regrets. Right?

We rather regret not making more money than feeling so sorry of losing our hard earned money.




























5 comments:

  1. Looking at the chart; I am so lucky to buy at the right time to enjoy the rise in dividends from 2001. :-)

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  2. Fantastic DPU growth!.

    What is your view of next 10 years? Will KepCorp DPU grows slower/faster or stagnant?

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    1. Can guess H2 DPU reduced to 30 cts. FY 15 is about 42 cts. LOL!

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  3. Hi Uncle,

    Really respect you for being a true long term investor and practise what you preached.
    Keppel is a good company and I am sure there will be many good long years of dividends ahead, notwithstanding oil crises.

    Regards,
    SG Wealth Builder
    www.sgwealthbuilder.com

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    1. Here is about self interest on personal investing and NOT vested interests in finance and investment. Hope many can see their difference. Personal interest vs. Vested interest. LOL!

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