List of Pakistani Shares with The Highest Dividend Yields

List of Pakistani Shares with The Highest Dividend Yields

COMPANY

SYMBOL

2008

2009

2010

EPS

Siemens

SIEM

900%

900%

300%

165.54

Rafhan Maiz

RMPL

1000%

900%

600%(ii)

140

Nestle

NESTLE

415%

600%

200%(i)

66

Unilever Pak

ULEVER

246%

458%

178%(i)

230

Fauji Fer.Co

FFC

137.50%B25%

131.50%B10%

75%(I)

13

ColgatsÂ

COLG

100%B25%

115%B15%

135%B15%

42

Pak Petro

PPL

155%B10%

130%B20%

90%B20%

24

Attock Petro

APL

200%B20%

250%

100%(I)

54

Millat Tractor

MTL

325%B25%

450%B25%

650%B25%

52

Clariant Pak

CPL

100%

125%

21

Alghazi Trac

AGTL

350%

400%

150%(I)

41

Shell

SHEL

500%B25%

330%

40%(I)

37

Unilever Food

UPFL

360%

340%

350%(i)

28.71

Engro

ENGRO

10%,R60%

40%R,60%B10%

20%(I)

13

Security Pap

SEPL

30%B20%

50%

50%

8.46

Pak. Tobaco

PAKT

80%

120%

12.50%(I)

12

Attlas Batry

ATBA

75%

100%B20%

100%B20%

26.52

Fauji Fer Bin

FFBL

28.50%

40%

18%(I)

4

MCB Bank

MCB

115%B10%

110%B10%

55%(I)

22.42

Service Ind

SRVI

75%

200%

55

Bank Al Habib

BAHL

12.50%B27.50%

20%B20%

4.68

Lakson Tob

LAKST

90%

40%

16

Dawood Hercu

DAWH

10%B25%

40%B10%

20%(I)

(10.41)

Oil Gas D Co

OGDC

95%

82.50%

55%

13.76

Eye Tele Net

ETNL

NIL

53%

16%

4.82

Hub Power

HUBC

21.50%

33.50%

50%

4.8

Kot Addu

KAPCO

54.50%

64.50%

50%

6.44

Mari Gas

MARI

32.38%

32.17%B100%

31%

59

Pak State Oil

PSO

235%

50%

80%

53

Lotee Pak

LORPTA

Nil

5%

2.25

Int Industries

INIL

25%,B30%

22.50%

40%B20%

10.27

Lucky Cement

LUCK

NIL

40%

40%

14.21


Karachi Stock Exchange Weekly Analysis 28 November, 2010

In Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE Pakistan), index performance was bullish. The Karachi Stock Market has crossed the psychological level of 11,000 points and climbed up to 28 – month’s high level of 11,206 on first trading session. The Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) 100-share index closed at 11,145 points by gaining 158.05 points or 1.6 percent.

Following news have played vital role in Karachi Stock Market index movement:
  • State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) will announce next Monetary Policy on coming Monday, which will decides the movement of Karachi Stock Market for next week. Some analysts are expecting 50 basis points rise in discount rate
  • There is a oil discovery at Makori East, and there are also reports that Oil & Gas Development Company Ltd(OGDCL) and Pakistan Petroleum Ltd (PPL) could bid for British Petroleum’s Pakistan assets
  • Foreign Portfolio Investors have shown keen interest during this week, especially in Oil & Gas Sector, but according to experts, they will get break in month of December especially during end of December (Holidays)
  • Senate approval and Deliberations over the Reformed General Sales Tax (RGST) and amendments for the finance bill will also affect Karachi Stock Market
LOTPTA, JSCL, Nishat Mills, Byco Petroleum, Arif Habib, APL, FFC, HUBCO were top on last week. Nestle Pakistan, Wyeth Pak, Service Ind, Shahtaj Sugar, Sheild Corp. were major gainers while Rafhan Maize, Unilever foods, Bata pak, Dreamworld Ltd were major losers at Karachi Stock Market last week.

NOTE: The information posted in this blog (forum) is based on current afairs & invstors point of view. There may be discrepancy in the ground realities.

Written by: Rana Khurram

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1. Buying a weak stock is like betting on a slow horse. It is retarded.
2. Stocks are only cheap if they are going higher after you buy them.
3. Never trust a person more than the market. People lie, the market does not.
4. Controlling losers is a must; let your winners run out of control.
5. Simplicity in trading demonstrates wisdom. Complexity is the sign of inexperience.
6. Have loyalty to your family, your dog, your team. Have no loyalty to your stocks.
7. Emotional traders want to give the disciplined their money.
8. Trends have counter trends to shake the weak hands out of the market.
9. The market is usually efficient and can not be beat. Exploit inefficiencies.
10. To beat the market, you must have an edge.
11. Being wrong is a necessary part of trading profitably. Admit when you are wrong.
12. If you do what everyone is doing you will be average, so goes the definition.
13. Information is only valuable if no one knows about it.
14. Lower your risk till you sleep like a baby.
15. There is always a reason why stocks go up or down, we usually only learn the reason when it is too late.
16. Trades that make a lot of intellectual sense are likely to be losers.
17. You do not have to be right more than you are wrong to make money in the market.
18. Don't worry about the trades that you miss, there will always be another.
19. Fear is more powerful than greed and so down trends are sharper than up trends.
20. Analyze the people, not the stock.
21. Trading is a dictators game; you can not trade by committee.
22. The best traders are the ones who do not care about the money.
23. Do not think you are smarter than the market, you are not.
24. For most traders, profits are short term loans from the market.
25. The stock market can not be predicted, we can only play the probabilities.
26. The farther price is from a linear trend, the more likely it is to correct.
27. Learn from your losses, you paid for them.
28. The market is cruel, it gives the test first and the lesson afterward.
29. Trading is simple but it is not easy.
30. The easiest time to make money is when there is a trend.

Karachi Stock Exchange Weekly Analysis 14 November, 2010

In Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE), index performance was lacklustre and bearish throughout the week. During the week KSE – 100 index has crossed the psychological level of 11,000 points. But was unable to sustain that position and closed at 10,874 points by shedding 8 points or 0.1 per cent.

Following news have played vital role in Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) index movement:
  • Investors have concerns over impact of RGST (Reformed General Sales Tax), 10 percent Flood Relief Surcharge and Increase in Excise Duty
  • Heavy bomb blast at CID (Crime Investigation Department) headquarters in Karachi
  • Eid ul Adha holidays are approaching, which can cause market movement more slow
  • If the new leverage product was introduced and SBP (State Bank of Pakistan) will get succeeded to maintained the discount rate, then market will move towards positive green zone
  • Auto Sales has increased by 17% during month of October 2010
  • During last week there was a one day off because of Iqbal day
The top five scrips that constituted 64 percent of the total open interest were POL, ENGRO, PSO, NBP and Nishat Mills. Rafhan Maize, Unilever Foods, Indus Motors, Colgate Palmolive, Hinopak Motors were major gainers while Bata Pak, Nestle Pak, Wyeth Pak, Siemens Engineering, Lackson Tobacco were major losers at KSE this week.

NOTE: The information posted in this blog (forum) is based on current afairs & invstors point of view. There may be discrepancy in the ground realities.

Written by: Rana Khurram

Karachi Stock Exchange Weekly Analysis 7 November, 2010

In Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE), index performance was bullish. The Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) 100-share index closed at 10,882.00 points by gaining 283.60 points or 2.67 percent, which is the highest value achieved during last 27 months.

Following news have played vital role in Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) index movement:

  • Early release of next tranche ($1.7 billion) is expected from IMF
  • Turnover tax issue has been resolved (lowered to 0.5 per cent again)
  • Rumours of oil discovery (in Makori East) and hike in oil prices ($87 per barrel)
  • October tax revenue exceeds by the target by Rs. 70 million
  • Strong foreign interest in blue chips
  • Law and order situation in Karachi, will also effect market performance during next week
  • Nice earnings are also expected from Fertilizer sector, because of increase in DAP prices and uptick in fertilizer volumes during Rabi season

POL, PPL, OGDC, ENGRO, PSO, NBP, and MCB were on top last week. Pakistan Telephone, Attock Refinery, Bank of Punjab, Bata (Pakistan) and Pakistan Reinsurance were major gainers while Royal Bank, Kohinoor Energy, Pace (Pakistan), Dreamworld and Media Times were major losers at KSE last
week.

NOTE: The information posted in this blog (forum) is based on current afairs & invstors point of view. There may be discrepancy in the ground realities.

Written by: Rana Khurram