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Thanks to a shortage of pork and chicken in China, this South African poultry business could see a 106% increase in its share price in less than 12 months!
This penny stock health administrator has been quietly buying up market share and very few investors have noticed… But that’s all about to change… And when the mainstream catches on its share price is going to explode
People are ignoring one of the biggest reasons to buy TKG today, and that’s its dividend policy.
It must pay out 60% of headline earnings as an annual dividend... this includes an interim dividend of 40% of interim headline earnings.
Forecasts are for Telkom’s earnings to remain flat for the full year to 31 March 2020, but even if it contracts by 40%, it will achieve earnings around R4.
That means it will still have to declare a R1.70 dividend in March (R0.7152c received in the interim period) for a full year dividend around R2.40. Add in the interim dividend at the end of this year and TKG is on a dividend yield well over 7%.
Its results are in line with expectations and the dividend policy remains unchanged, TKG will deliver over 10% in dividend in 2020.
Looking at the chart, the R30 support level should form the base for future rallies.
I see Telkom as a Buy below R35 and you could see over 30% growth in the share price. Plus bank over 10% in dividends before year end.
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