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Old 01.11.2019, 14:44
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Depends how high the dividend appears to be, if it's much above 10% in todays market the dividend will likely cut because they cant afford to pay it, if it hits 25% the company is about to collapse, the dividend being so high as the share price has fallen significantly. What part is not true? or is your definition of a high dividend different from mine?
Yes, my definition of a high dividend - in our days - is different.

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