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Thursday, 24 January 2019

Yield of dreams: Investors have "a once in a lifetime opportunity" in blue chips (5)


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Keppel Corp declared final dividend of 15 cts and taking full year dividend FY 18 to 30 cts i.e 10+5+15 = 30

Since he has first invested in Kep Corp in 18 Sep 2001; every year since 2001 he is happy with the dividend yield or so called "passive" income.

That year in 2001 he has invested is still the lowest dividend yield over the past 17 years of holding this stock! 

17 years is a long time that is long-term investing!

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In 2017 H1 ..... he was wondering what would happen in 2017 H2 and 2018?




5 comments:

  1. If not for the trade war, will be even fatter yield! :)

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    1. In 2017, I was expecting farther dividend cut but we cannot really see the Future on what Mgmt up in their mind

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  2. Bought DBS during the 2016 oil crisis at around $16. That became the yield of my dreams! Hahaha!
    More than 7% dividend yield currently! :)

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