ILLUSTRATION. Workers walk beside a chart of stock movements at the Indonesia Stock Exchange building, Jakarta, Wednesday (26/8/2020). The Jakarta Composite Index (IHSG) opened up 10.81 percent or 0.2 percent to 5,349.7. BETWEEN PHOTOS / Aprillio Akbar / aww.
Reporter: Akhmad Suryahadi | Editor: I knew Laoli
KONTAN.CO.ID – JAKARTA. Investors on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) will be blessed because there are around 20 issuers who will distribute dividends to shareholders in September 2020.
If you want to take advantage of the momentum of this dividend distribution, a number of analysts provide tips to Kontan.co.id readers.
Pilarmas Investindo Sekuritas analyst Okie Setya Ardiastama assessed that a number of dividends with quite high yields such as shares of PT Delta Djakarta Tbk (DLTA), PT Colorpak Indonesia Tbk (CLPI), and PT BISI International Tbk (BISI) are considered quite attractive.
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To note, (DLTA) is the stock that gives the largest yield among the 20 stocks. This beer producer distributes dividends of Rp 390 per share. With the closing price per Friday (28/8) at the level of Rp 4,550, the dividend yield of DLTA shares is 8.57%.
In second place, CLPI will give the highest dividend yield next week with a yield of 7.29 percent. CLPI distributes dividends of Rp 56.55 per share. Meanwhile, BISI distributed dividends of Rp 38 with a yield of 4.29%.
However, Okie advised dividend-seeking investors to pay attention to the liquidity of these shares. “This is because it is too risky if we just want the dividend but the shares are not traded frequently. So, the stock liquidity factor also needs to be emphasized, “said Okie to Kontan.co.id, Sunday (30/8).
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Not only issuers with a small market capitalization, there are also stocks with medium and large market capitalization that are included in the LQ45 Index. with data next week. PT Charoen Pokphand Indonesia Tbk (CPIN), for example, has distributed dividends of IDR 81 per share with a yield of 1.30%.
Okie assessed that CPIN shares are actually quite attractive, it’s just that the dividend yield offered by this livestock issuer is quite small. So, money management must be detailed, “he continued.
Meanwhile, MNC Sekuritas analyst Herditya Wicaksana assessed that dividends with yields above 5% are quite attractive to be pursued. In addition, investors can also compare the yield from the previous year’s dividend distribution.
Not to be left behind, market players must consider the issuer’s performance to project future price movements.
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