Attn: Mr. Kawser Ahmed
First of all I am pleased to inform you that I have gone through your 1st lesson heading “Earning Money from the Stock Market” and many many thanks for you easy explanations and hoping I shall enjoy your next lessons too.
However, by the way, I have little confusion about the cash dividend calculation- thus below:
You have mentioned 19.5%= 1.95 ! is it correct? otherwise calculated cash divided 13685 Nos. x TK1.95/share= TK26,685.75 is not correct too and other calculated dividends too. Am I right, Sir? Please check this calculation and advise me if I am wrong.
Sorry for disturbing you but waiting to hearing from you soon.
Hi Nurul Bhai,
Thanks for your feedback.
Actually when a company declares dividend, they declare it in percentages (25% Cash, 20% Cash, etc.). But our shares are sold at 10 Taka Face value. So, 25% Cash Dividend means, it is 2.5 Taka per share. Percentage means 100 but as our shares are at 10 taka face value, so, we have to divide that 25% cash dividend by 10 to get the cash dividend per share. Hope it makes you clear.
Dear Mr. Kawser Ahmed,
Thanks for your immediate response with easy explanation about the Cash dividend issues. Forgive me, it seems mathematically some where something is wrong but I think you may want to tell me as below:
Cash Dividend Rate/Share: 25% x 10= TK 2.5, however, both way results are same and once again thanks a lot. Wishing, we shall talk again soon in case of other topics.
Excuse me Sir, by chance today I have seen that there was two emails showing under promotions box regarding the 1st webinar class instead of Inbox- which I did not see on due date because of miss placed received— so, humbly, I am requesting, could you please consider to inform us by a short sms message otherwise, kindly make sure that your all students were well informed about the next webiner class whenever held.
Dear Nurul bhai,
Thanks for your feedback and thanks for your suggestion (SMS).
Let us think about your proposals.
Could you please explain the following questions:
1. The formula to calculate Return in 6 years equals to : total Value(381975.72) / Total investment (212000) -1 ; my point is what was the logic behind subtracting -1?
2. stock dividend or cash dividend is given based on the face value, what if the current traded price goes below the face value of a particular share of a company? will the stock dividend still be calculated based on the face value?
Thanks more in advance.
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