Stock Dividends May 25, 2020 14:33:56 GMT -5
Post by The Regional Reserve on May 25, 2020 14:33:56 GMT -5
The idea is based on a standard investor's market, you spend tacos on a share, you expect a return. Well look no further, for the dividends payout is just that! . This dividend payout will be paid along with the monthly Mortimer Report along with shop payouts.
Dividends rise and fall based on how well a stock is doing. Our economists and actuaries have derived the best possible method of payments for stocks and converted that in our our case dividend. However to better reflect the conditions of the market each base dividend is adjusted based on the rise or fall of the stock during the prior 30 day period.
The monthly dividend of each stock is the square root of (the sum of the price on the first day of the month and the last day of the month), times the percent change between the first and last days of the month, rounded to the nearest Taco.
The formula is as follows:
Pf = price on first day of month
Pl = price on last day of month
For example, if a stock cost 45 Ŧ on the first day of the month and 55 Ŧ on the last day of the month, the dividend would be calculated as follows:
dividend=√(45 Ŧ+55 Ŧ)×(1+(55 Ŧ-45 Ŧ)/45 Ŧ)
=√(100 Ŧ)×(1+10 Ŧ/45 Ŧ)
=12 Ŧ (rounded)