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    Easy Money: 7% yield from QH

    For those of you looking for an interesting deal for their savings, QH from the SET is paying a 7% dividend. It's still time to buy the shares to qualify for the dividend. The stock price is affordable at 1.30 THB so even MtD should be able to afford it.

    Just thought I would share it with you guys

    I have another one paying 9% but I am keeping it for myself

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    Why not wait and buy it the day it goes X divvie? Then take the appreciation over the next period?

    If its going x divvie soon your gonna lose approx. 7% on the day it goes. At least that's what normally happens.

    E. G.

    EDIT: Actually divvie plays on the SET are one of the better strategies dealing with Thai stocks. Timing is everything.
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    duplicate
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    Just had to come back on this one after thinking it over.....

    You are a terrible 'pumper/dumper'... you should have mentioned the 9% er.

    Get everyone buying to grab the 9% and drive the price up while doing it. Might add a couple of basis points to your take at 9%.

    E. G.

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    i wish i knew what you were talking about.

    i give all my money to my wife to look after

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    Many good divi plays out there though I don't care to sit at a table just for the divi. Still, can't see why the 9% divi should be on a secret list when there are loads of 2-digit divis on offer, but as EG said make sure you don't end up cashing in your own money (10% divi, 10% tax, 8% drop on XD) if the stock is otherwise comatose.

    I have firm positions in EPCO (.54) and MME (2.82), which I took up for play rather than divis (at the time), but now happy with both performance + divi, and there are signs of more movement.

    NOT a pump&dump by any means, which I regard as lowest of the low, but these positions will be reduced between now and XD only if Iran invades Europe with whackjob on the lead camel singing the Hatikvah in B-major. In fact I would go further with a caution not to enter these two kitchens without asbestos gloves, because MME has a violent history with bodies left at every port between 6.00 - 35.00 - 2.20, and EPCO should be far higher than where it is now and has been all of this year after it's shake-out, since when it has clearly been held back by the big money, and though it follows no logic at all for us lower life forms there's no guarantee it will not be shaken out again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Gibbon View Post
    Just had to come back on this one after thinking it over.....

    You are a terrible 'pumper/dumper'... you should have mentioned the 9% er.

    Get everyone buying to grab the 9% and drive the price up while doing it. Might add a couple of basis points to your take at 9%.

    E. G.
    As the stockprice increases the % divi decreases.

    If 10.00 stock with a 1.00 divi (10%) rises 1.00 to 11.00, divi remains unchanged at 1.00 which is now only 9% of stock value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Gibbon
    Why not wait and buy it the day it goes X divvie? Then take the appreciation over the next period?
    You could but there is a risk you wouldn't be serve on that day for that price and be registered on time when settled (not sure what the exact rules are for settlement, you might want to ask your broker)

    Quote Originally Posted by El Gibbon
    Get everyone buying to grab the 9% and drive the price up while doing it. Might add a couple of basis points to your take at 9%.
    The 9% div went ex already, so it's too late for that, so no point into disclosing it. Actually it was 16% for the 2006 dividend, not 9%

    Quote Originally Posted by slimboyfat
    i give all my money to my wife to look after
    Definitely not smart, unless she is Singaporian Chinese.

    Quote Originally Posted by El Gibbon
    Actually divvie plays on the SET are one of the better strategies dealing with Thai stocks. Timing is everything.
    It is and stocks always swing back, so a lot of room for trades and speculation. Most of the high dividend stocks are also liquid and usually winners as they pay their dividends based on % of their net earnings by company rule. If you are for the long term, timing stocks is not much of a big issue. Buy them cheap and wait for those 70% increase over 2 years or 3 years. I have a few that went 300% in less than 4 years. Try to beat that with your bank account

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by slimboyfat
    i give all my money to my wife to look after
    Definitely not smart, unless she is Singaporian Chinese.
    yeah she is and i actually have no idea how much money i have saved. she keeps moving the money around. i hope she knows what she is doing

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    ok, here is another one: CHARAN paying 7.5%

    Registration date is soon in early April

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    what about 10% ? CHUO is paying that now

    Sure next year is going to be brutal for earnings season (export lower, THB High) but I haven't see those high yield since 2002 and 2003. This is fucking great. Prices being depressed from overreaction by overseas investors (probably clueless tawainese and Thais)

    I haven't buy CHUO for years, but I think I will get that nice div

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