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# If one owns 100 shares of stock which were bought at 30.00 per share and he receives dividends of 1.50 per share per year what would the yield on his perchase be?

Updated: 9/18/2023

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Dividend Yield on a share is usually the % of the investment amount that is received as dividend every year per share.

Each share is worth Rs. 30 and the dividend declared is Rs. 1.50 per share. Hence dividend yield = (1.5/30) * 100 = 5%

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