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Hello Switzer team, Our SMSF in pension phase holds 5,000 MTS. These were purchased August 2020 at $2.50 per share and currently trading at $4. Not a bad gain. (Think Julia Lee may have been very favourable on MTS at the time so thanks Julia)
We are wondering whether to participate in the share buy back offer and with a possible discount of up to 14% whether you feel there is any advantage for us.
Dear Paul, I have held CWNHB for many years, and the dividends have been consistent. Because of the uncertainties surrounding the future of Crown Resorts, CWNHB have fallen considerably from their $100 issue / redemption price. Could I have your opinion please about whether you feel that CWNHB are still a “safe” investment ?
I believe that generally fully franked ETFs do not pay the 30% Corporate tax rate like say Telstra, also fully franked. Instead individual investors must declare such untaxed ETF dividends in their tax own return. So, does that mean that the Vanguard Australian Shares High Yield ETF (VHY) estimated fully franked dividend of about 4.3% is in fact more like 3% (assuming I pay 30% tax).