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I’m silently praying that when the times comes that the marker starts to rebound, I have enough ammunition to ride the tide again.
Or maybe, it’s just the way it is. Every bull run needs to rest, to retrace its steps, especially ours which really has been overspeeding for an extended time.
At market price of 11.60 per share, the Php0.45 dividend is already a 3.88% return (not yet net of tax). So what? Well this is among the biggest dividends I’ve received percent wise. The usual I get is 1% to 2% of stock price.
We are still a long long way though from a strong, financially intelligent population, one wherein our elders will not rely on their children for daily expense once they retire (forcibly, or rather too weak to work) or rely on promises-meant-to-be-broken politicians.
There is no job too unworthy to do well. There is a favorite line among people who are engaged in show business. This is what they say: “There are no small parts, only small actors.”
That indeed our yearning for a better life, better financial standing is aligned with God’s plan for us. Financial and spiritual abundance at the same time.
I do believe that God wants all of us to prosper and live abundant lives, here and in the after life. Seeing that this is not the case for most of our fellow Juan’s means that we have to do something about it.
I say to my self that it can’t be just this, there must be a greater purpose why I’m getting these good breaks, these big blessings. I pray that I figure out soon. I just hope that I live up to that greater destiny. To that Greater Purpose.
This is sort of the cut-off in determining to whom the dividends will be paid out to. The ex-div date is usually 3 trading days before the record date.