Dividend Growth Split Corp

DGS-T

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DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
December 4, 2018
Doesn't like these split-stocks. Why are these ETFs paying a higher yield than the stocks they hold? That's a red flag. One reason is leverage. Sure, you get a nice return, but no price movement. These are very complicated. Doesn't like them.
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Doesn't like these split-stocks. Why are these ETFs paying a higher yield than the stocks they hold? That's a red flag. One reason is leverage. Sure, you get a nice return, but no price movement. These are very complicated. Doesn't like them.
COMMENT
COMMENT
April 20, 2017

Effectively a creation of a preferred share and a capital share. If the stock performed quite well, you are getting a leveraged investment effectively on the preferred share. EG, on a $60 stock, you could have a $30 preferred share and a $30 capital share. If the capital share goes from $60 to $66, you have now gone from $30 to $36 giving you a 10% improvement in terms of return. What people don’t realize is a) the leverage, but b) preferred shares in the structure have to be paid out first. Consequently, the way these are structured is that the dividend coming from the underlying portfolio, simply pays the dividend to the preferred share. If they are paying a dividend on the capital side, that is typically coming from expected price appreciation or option writing. If you are a higher risk investor, it is something you could consider.

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Effectively a creation of a preferred share and a capital share. If the stock performed quite well, you are getting a leveraged investment effectively on the preferred share. EG, on a $60 stock, you could have a $30 preferred share and a $30 capital share. If the capital share goes from $60 to $66, you have now gone from $30 to $36 giving you a 10% improvement in terms of return. What people don’t realize is a) the leverage, but b) preferred shares in the structure have to be paid out first. Consequently, the way these are structured is that the dividend coming from the underlying portfolio, simply pays the dividend to the preferred share. If they are paying a dividend on the capital side, that is typically coming from expected price appreciation or option writing. If you are a higher risk investor, it is something you could consider.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
June 2, 2016

Split Corps. When he sees yields of 13-14% and predicated on covered calls and preferreds, he does not see consistent 13-14% yields in the stocks. He is leery of the yield.

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Split Corps. When he sees yields of 13-14% and predicated on covered calls and preferreds, he does not see consistent 13-14% yields in the stocks. He is leery of the yield.

DON'T BUY
DON'T BUY
January 21, 2016

A vehicle where they split out appreciating assets from the dividend. They pay the dividend stream of income to another holder, and you get a leveraged play on the dividend stocks without the dividend. Not a very good idea to own one of these in a down market. When you think markets are going to go the other way, it is not a bad way to get capital appreciation.

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A vehicle where they split out appreciating assets from the dividend. They pay the dividend stream of income to another holder, and you get a leveraged play on the dividend stocks without the dividend. Not a very good idea to own one of these in a down market. When you think markets are going to go the other way, it is not a bad way to get capital appreciation.

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Dividend Growth Split Corp(DGS-T) Rating

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Dividend Growth Split Corp is a Canadian stock, trading under the symbol DGS-T on the Toronto Stock Exchange (DGS-CT). It is usually referred to as TSX:DGS or DGS-T

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On 2020-06-02, Dividend Growth Split Corp (DGS-T) stock closed at a price of $3.25.