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5 ASX stocks with dividends greater yields than 5% fully franked - Motley Fool Australia

5 ASX stocks with dividends greater yields than 5% fully franked
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However, at around $5.30 per share, its stock doesn't come cheap. So I'd leave it on a watchlist for now, despite it paying a 5.6% fully franked dividend. 3. Collins Foods Ltd (ASX: CKF) is an owner and operator of KFC, Sizzler and Snag Stand stores.

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I can't let this juicy 5% fully franked dividend pass me by - Motley Fool Australia

I can't let this juicy 5% fully franked dividend pass me by
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Witness Super Retail Group Ltd (ASX: SUL) shares — the owner of Rebel Sports and Supercheap Auto, amongst other leading retail brands — down 14% over the same period, now trading on a fully franked dividend yield of 4.84%. Add in the franking credits ...

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4 ASX stocks smashed by the market today - Motley Fool Australia

4 ASX stocks smashed by the market today
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... as bargain hunters snapped up stocks that have been beaten down in the past six weeks. The big four banks were in heavy demand, likely thanks to the ongoing search for decent fully franked dividend yields. Contrary to the market's overall ...

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5 growing ASX stocks with sweet dividends - Motley Fool Australia

5 growing ASX stocks with sweet dividends
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It offers a 3.8% fully franked dividend. 4. Cover-More Group Ltd (ASX: CVO) is a recently-listed provider of travel insurance. Analysts are expecting a decent jump in earnings and dividends per share in the coming year. Indeed the company recently ...

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Your “early bird” offer to Motley Fool Dividend Investor - Motley Fool Australia

Your “early bird” offer to Motley Fool Dividend Investor
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But that's not all. When you factor in the very real prospect of share price growth, with dividend growth, and the tax effectiveness of fully franked dividends, the case for investing in such shares becomes absolutely compelling. That's where Andrew ...

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Could Wide Bay Australia Limited be a better bet than Commonwealth Bank of ... - Motley Fool Australia

Could Wide Bay Australia Limited be a better bet than Commonwealth Bank of ...
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Top Motley Fool investment advisor Scott Phillips has just named his #1 dividend-paying stock for 2014-2015. With solid growth prospects and a fat, fully franked dividend, this ASX stock could be a huge winner for your portfolio. Discover the name and ...
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5 big name ASX dividend stocks you need to know - Motley Fool Australia

5 big name ASX dividend stocks you need to know
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The company trades on a dividend yield of 3.8% fully franked. 4. Bank of Queensland ... However our top investment advisor, Scott Phillips, recently named his #1 dividend stock idea for 2014 - 2015 and I think it's an even better buy! It's a small but ...



Does international passenger growth make Auckland International Airport Ltd ... - Motley Fool Australia

Does international passenger growth make Auckland International Airport Ltd ...
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Top Motley Fool investment advisor Scott Phillips has just named his #1 dividend-paying stock for 2014-2015. With solid growth prospects and a fat, fully franked dividend, this ASX stock could be a huge winner for your portfolio. Discover the name and ...

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Households hit hard ... but there is a way to benefit from rising grocery ... - Herald Sun

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Households hit hard ... but there is a way to benefit from rising grocery ...
Herald Sun
Now you are getting 3.8 per cent. It's a huge drop.” Whitford says many people forget the benefits of franking credits attached to many share dividends, usually 30c in the dollar. “A franking credit puts money in your pocket from the tax the company ...

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3 small retail stocks I'd buy today - Motley Fool Australia

3 small retail stocks I'd buy today
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And who could ignore the opportunity to buy into a stock with a dividend worth 5% or 6% fully franked, when term deposits at the big four banks – such as National Australia Bank Ltd. (ASX: NAB) and Commonwealth Bank of Australia (ASX: CBA) – are ...



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UPCOMING DIVIDENDS

CodeEx DateAmt
CUP27/10/14$ 0.02
AVG29/10/14$ 0.022
CLV29/10/14$ 0.005
HVN30/10/14$ 0.08
JYC30/10/14$ 0.021
FFI31/10/14$ 0.075
BKW3/11/14$ 0.28
BOQ3/11/14$ 0.34
AAI5/11/14$ 0.0242
KMD6/11/14$ 0.0711
WAT10/11/14$ 0.03
DGH12/11/14$ 0.02
EAL12/11/14$ 0.0275
ZGL12/11/14$ 0.0045
GAP13/11/14$ 0.0135
SOL13/11/14$ 0.29
TWD13/11/14$ 0.13
ARP17/11/14$ 1
NCC20/11/14$ 0.03
IBC15/12/14$ 0.02
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Franked dividends and your investment strategy

Is franking a free lunch ...Franked Dividends - Free lunch?

Many D-I-Y investors skew their investment portfolios towards shares that pay franked dividends. This is particularly prevalent amongst trustees of self managed superannuation funds who appear to over value the benefit of franking credits.

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Dividend Reinvestment Plans

A dividend reinvestment plan offers shareholders the opportunity to repurchase new fully paid ordinary shares in a company, rather than take their dividend payment as cash.

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