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    ok thanks.. that's usefull , I will talk to the programmer.
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    If you do a google search for dividendyield.co.nz you get all the sublinks to the other pages of the website, not just the home page. So maybe he got in that way? Can see all the old pages, some still updating. Looking forward to using it when finished.
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    Thanks..i will talk to programmer.
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    Sorry to misinform can't remember how I accessed it but it popped up, I didn't do much other than that. I will wait for the official re opening.

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    The PFI website and NZX have the dividend history for PFI that includes the net dividend and imputation credits. The net dividend figure I assume includes the excluded income. This seems logical as I guess anything over a 28% imputation must be the excluded income.

    Sorry answered my question while writing but have posted in case I missed something.

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    NOW UP TO DATE ...Please be aware that the Dividend Yield website is up and running http://www.dividendyield.co.nz/index.php A reminder to all that the dividends are updated once a year as the new calendar year rolls over so the dividends for this current calendar year (2019) will not show up until January 2020. If you find any errors or mistakes please be so kind as to either email the website or send me a PM. We are also working on setting up a user portfolio capability as well as several other features. Also on the cards is a user id and password entry. Thanks to the many people who expressed appreciation for the site...we know its useful since we use it ourselves, but good to know others do as well. Regards Sean and Paul.
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    Well done! The dividend history section is particularly useful.


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    Thanks...yes better to see a longer period of dividends rather than just the 2/3 years on NZX
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    Well done! The dividend history section is particularly useful.

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    Good work Birmanboy and friends
    Thanks

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    Says I need to lengthen the message to ten characters.lol
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    Good work Birmanboy and friends
    Thanks
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    Finally I have uploaded the dividend data and financials for year ending 31/12/2019. If you see any errors please pm me so I can fix them. Wow there are really some good dividend yields available...lol. Hopefully everyone will realize that in many cases the SP has dived and is making the yield % based on y/e 2019 look stupendous. SKT can give you 25% yield...cough...cough. Oh well use it for historical data. Also the pages seem to be taking some time to load which I will have to get the programmer to look at. USE WITH CARE.
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    Please be aware that we (well Paul has) upgraded and repaired some programming issues regards share price history graphs and also length of time to load data. Big improvement in speed. The site seems to be working well and for dividend yield investors is very useful..even if we do say so ourselves. Obviously at the moment everything is out of wack as regards future dividends but at least it can provide some useful info as to what things could/may/ look like when everything gets back to "normal", or whatever the "new normal" looks like. Everybody taking a hit of course here and dividend yields are no different. Some good buying to be had here and there if one has an optimistic outlook....and Birmans are pragmatic optimists..good investing to all. PS if you find any errors/glitches on the website please email me from the website or send me a PM. www.dividendyield.co.nz
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    Cheers Birmanboy

    I was wondering about imputation credits. Looking at your site it shows the cash dividend, any chance you could include imputation credits as this is represents the before tax return. This may not be an issue for most companies if they all fully attach imputation credits at 28% but I was looking at Contact Energy the other day and they don't as they distribute more than their taxable profit.
    Not complaining or asking for extra from a free service, just wondering about your thoughts on this issue.

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    For any validity to be attached to comparing things, whether they are shares, motor engines or works of art there needs to be a common aspect upon which they can all be legitimately and accurately compared. All shares have a common thing...declared dividends (or no dividends) however regards to imputation credits, shares sometimes have them (and sometimes not) also the level of imputation can vary. This factor makes it impossible to compare like to like. Also for overseas owners, who cannot get imputation credits same as NZ owners, the figures they actually get will be different than those shown on the website if imputation credits are factored in. Viewer participation (adding in your own dynamics) is required to make it most relevant. The website functions best not as a machine disgorging the "right choice" but as another tool in your armoury.
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    Cheers Birmanboy

    I was wondering about imputation credits. Looking at your site it shows the cash dividend, any chance you could include imputation credits as this is represents the before tax return. This may not be an issue for most companies if they all fully attach imputation credits at 28% but I was looking at Contact Energy the other day and they don't as they distribute more than their taxable profit.
    Not complaining or asking for extra from a free service, just wondering about your thoughts on this issue.
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