Very simply, the dividend yield can be represented as:
Annual Cash Dividend per Share
Price per Share
However, the share price for Company A is RM10/share and RM20/share for Company B. Applying the formula above, the dividend yield for Company A’s shares is 10% while it’s 5% for Company B.
In this simple example, assuming all other factors remain equal, it’s clear that Company A gives a higher dividend yield and therefore, is a better pick compared to Company B.
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