HKG:3613 Tong Ren Tang a Seven year Dividend Challenger. Medicine should be doing okay in a pandemic. This company has a payout ratio of 30%. Apparently the gowth of Net Profit is negative. Still a 4% dividend growth over 2020.
HKG:3380 Logan Group
HKG:3360 FE Horizon Far East Horizon (3360.HK) just announced a bold 10% dividend increase! And remain a healthy payout ratio.
HKG:1899 XingDa Int’l Xingda International Holdings Limited (1899.HK) is an investment holding company principally engaged in the manufacture and trading of radial tire cords, bead wires and other wires. The radial tire cords are used for trucks and passenger cars. The Company operates its business mainly in China, India, Korea, United States of America and Germany. The Company’s subsidiaries include Jiangsu Xingda, Shanghai Xingda and Xingda International (Shanghai). Through its subsidiaries, the Company is also engaged in commercial property investments.
HKG:1717 Ausnutria This company became a Dividend Challenger in March 2021. The P/E suggests the value is okay. Eps looks interesting enough it’s just that the yield could be a bit better.
HKG:1448 FuShouYuan a new Dividend Growth Challenger. They are in the funeral business. Delightful payout patio. Yield could be better. The market has high hopes for this stock when we look at the P/E and P/B ratios.
HKG:0775 CKLIFE SCIENCES CK Life Scinces (0775.HK) almost a Dividend Contender. Let’s look at this one an other time, the numbers don’t paint a promissing picture for Dividend Gwoth Investing. Although the never dereased their dividends.
HKG:0563 Shanghai Industrial Urban Development Group Ltd. The Main activities of the Group are residential and commercial properties development, property investment and hotel operations in Mainland China.
HKG:0450 Hung Hing Printing Group The main activities of the Group consist of books and packaging printing, also consumer product packaging and corrugated box and the trading of paper.
HKG:0089 TAI SANG LAN Tai Sang Land 0089.HK a new dividend challenger. The chart shows a bumpy dividend road. The 5 year average growth rate is charming.