In this series of posts I am going to be looking at stocks listed on the NZX in relation to their returns to shareholders over the life of their listing -what shareholders would now see in their back pockets if they had invested in the company IPO.
The calculation of returns includes dividends and tax credits.
The Warehouse Group Ltd [WHS.NZ] has been very good to its shareholders in terms of returns since its IPO in October 1994 at $2.50 and its subsequent listing in November of that year. A 1:5 bonus share issue in 1995 and a 1:1 in 2000, plus $NZ 6.00 (approx, adjusted for the bonus issues) in net dividends (see chart above) paid and tax credits at an average of 30% , WHS gives a slightly more than 500% return (see chart below for the share price percentage gain against the average of all NZX indexes) over the 16 year listing, an approximate annual net return of 30%.
This is approximately a 220% better return when compared to the average of all NZX indexes.
Disclosure: I own WHS shares in the Share Investor Portfolio.
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