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TomishiHariSan

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Thread created on Sat May 11, 2013 17:25:38
Last replied to on Mon May 13, 2013 21:42:34
Hi,

I was just looking at stock benefits on the Wiki and for a number of them it says:

Random Dividends of Cash
(Dividends at approximately 20% APR)

I was wondering what that 20% was 20% of. Is it the value of the stock you hold at the time you bought it? The value currently? The value for all shares you own in that stock or just the minimum number of shares required for the benefit? Or something else?

Many thanks,

THS

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Posted on Sat May 11, 2013 18:28:45
20% of the current value of the benefit block I think.

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Posted on Sat May 11, 2013 18:28:54
Dividends you get every 3/4 months from me and alot of my friends experience.

I haven't had a dividend since its been changed to "20% APR" though.

In my experience of having a stock value of 60-70mil and gives out dividends. I've had a max of 7mil given to me, so they take 4/5 years most of them to pay back what they cost, never worth it.

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Posted on Sun May 12, 2013 06:01:43
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Dividends you get every 3/4 months from me and alot of my friends experience.

I haven't had a dividend since its been changed to "20% APR" though.

In my experience of having a stock value of 60-70mil and gives out dividends. I've had a max of 7mil given to me, so they take 4/5 years most of them to pay back what they cost, never worth it.


it can be worth it if you have the time, you can throw money in it for next to sole purpose of putting it somewhere so you dont get mugged, and you can earn money and ideally have the investment money still

it would be quite splendid if you could buy it when its incredibly low and ride it up and then sell it later as well

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TomishiHariSan

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Posted on Mon May 13, 2013 21:42:34
Thanks for the feedback gents, much appreciated.

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