"BlackRock World Mining continues to top the list with an impressive dividend yield of 9.4 per cent. However, the trust's board has indicated there will be a dividend cut this year to reflect dividend cuts at the underlying mining companies. This means that, for example, if the total dividend falls by 25 per cent, World Mining's prospective yield for this year will fall to 7 per… Read More
A 10% divi is untenable and a cut would seem realistic given what the fund can now afford to disburse. For me BRWM should experience capital growth more than dividend at this stage in the minimg market cycle.
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