IMF Super Dividends -Mike Ward -Money Map Press

By gmcmahon, June 17, 2013

What if any substance is there to collecting years of dividends in a single day via IMF data on 6/28/13 per Mike Ward of Money Map Press’ tease 6/17/13 ?

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Please let me know when you get more info on this.


Would like to know all about this new “claim” about super dividends. Thanks.

WH Phillips

The IMF documents briefly referenced by Money Map Press state in part, “treated as withdrawals of equity.” That’s a very different thing from a stock dividend. It’s a redemption of capital.

The sizeable amounts paid to the various individuals mentioned in the Money Map report make good sense if they are in fact capital redemptions.

Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
He’s just citing some IMF documents that are primarily about standardized taxation rules for treatment of equity and debt, including regular and special (and “super”) dividends. There’s nothing magical or really “IMF-connected” about it, they’re just teasing the idea of unusually large special dividends that they call “Super Dividends.” These are often associated with spinoffs or asset sales or the like, or with big recapitalizations pushed by activist investors (as Carl Icahn was proposing in one of his Dell deals, paying out the cash balance and also borrowing to boost that one-time payout). I’ll try to write up some more… Read more »

Calculated the” super dividend” of first recommendation, ESGR, roughly 3%. Nuff said. Thanks for all you do, Travis. Best, Dockie

So ESGR-Enstar Group Ltd. $132.98 (-1.05 or .7%) IS THE NEXT COMPANY FOR WHICH THERE WILL BE A SUPER DIVIDEND? It’s not A TERRIBLY UNREASONABLE GUESS AT ALL, as I compared it to what Barrons Online thought of it and it was a buy, seeking alpha had a couple old promising articles on it, and my favorite bellwether for stock opinion is TMF (The Motley Fool) According to them— The Company acquires and manages insurance and reinsurance companies in run-off, and to provide management, consulting and other services to the insurance and reinsurance industry & a company that TMF honored… Read more »