By Dan Stratful
Friday 13th April 2012
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Kingfish’s (NZX: KFL ) change to a new dividend policy in 2009 has made the stock more attractive to income investors, and the dividend policy sees quarterly dividends paid out at 2% of the average quarterly Net Asset Value (NAV).
This is attractive to income investors however growth investors can also take advantage of the company’s dividend reinvestment plan (DRP) and reinvest their dividends for growth.
KFL invests in a range of New Zealand companies listed on the New Zealand sharemarket and provides investors with a diversified investment in one single holding.
The investment portfolio is managed by Fisher Funds with an aim of delivering a high real rate of return through both income and capital growth. KFL’s investments include Abano Healthcare, Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, Freightways, Infratil, Mainfreight, Michael Hill, NZX, Opus International, Pumpkin Patch, Ryman Healthcare and Trade Me.
KFL’s portfolio has benefited from a strong run in Mainfreight, the NZX and Ryman Healthcare’s share prices but may have been held back by the underperforming share price of F&P Healthcare.
KFL may appeal to investors who seek diversification from one single investment and also those looking for income, while its status as a portfolio investment entity (PIE) provides some investors with tax savings.
KFL has picked some of the best companies on the New Zealand market and frequently trades at a discount to NAV, which could offer value to investors should the gap between NAV and its share price narrow.
Like other fund managers KFL has made an investment in Trade Me, and has also added retirement village operator Summerset to its portfolio, both of which offer growth prospects.
KFL shares today traded at 97c
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