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Subject: Share Values: Is the example in the rule book correct? rss

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Ingo Griebsch
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Hi geeks,

I'm wondering if the example in the rule book is correct?

The rules stated:

However, the total earnings must be greater than half the share value of the company.

In the example, the company has a share price of 100 on the SPI. The fourth entry stated:

Company earns 60 to 190, Dividend paid, Price rises to 112.

I think it should be

Company earns 51 to 190, Dividend paid, Price rises to 112.

because 50 is the half of the share price, 60 is greater then half of the share price but 51 is also greater then half of the share price and a value which is possible.
 
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Eugene van der Pijll
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Earnings are always multiples of 10, and 60 is the lowest multiple of 10 higher than 50.
 
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Hi Eugene,

pijll wrote:
Earnings are always multiples of 10, and 60 is the lowest multiple of 10 higher than 50.


thanks for clarify this. You are correct. I confound the values with the dividends which will be paid to the share holders.
 
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