Would it therefore be fair to say that interest rates rose to say 2.5 per cent and the dividend were flat then these shares become less attractive unless the company is bought.
3 May '15
If you have bought in at the prices you quoted at those specific times then clearly you have done well. But with respect, the figures you have given there are very selective. I could just do this (these are actual prices) : 01/11/13 100.1p 18/07/14 96p 09/01/15 87.25p I could therefore say that kcom is on the decline. My view is that kcom has neither grown nor shrunk during the last 3 years. It is, on average, flat. Broker consensus for the next 2 years for EPS is to continue being flat. Kcom is an income stock not a growth stock, in my view, and I'm happy with that so long as they can keep generating the cash flow to pay for divis.
1 May '15
26 /3 /13 82p -- 26/3/15 92p thats 12% in 2 years + 2 annual divs of a little over 4% . 20% return in 2 years , sorry but nothing to be sneezed at. Steady up & down but slowly rising. Looks fine to me
26 Mar '15
Depends how long you've been invested for... the sp has been the same for all the time I've been invested (2 years) with dips along the way...
26 Mar '15
A Rise of 18 % in a little over 2 months is hardly stagnating. Wish my other holding were all ' stagnating ' to this degree !!
26 Mar '15
Is good and has built in increase.Not sure why the SP is stagnating? Any ideas anyone?
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