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Old 08-10-2015, 06:01 PM   #70
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But you can calculate the dividend yield using limster's numbers which shows exact dividends given per year($1540) and the share price($7300) though you dunno how many shares he bought.
Just divide 1540 by 7300 as a percentage which is 21% dividend yield.
UOB's example would be 6.875%
To achieve above 20% p.a. dividend yield is a wet dream cum true!

Re-invest the dividends and compounded over 10 years will be wow..
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