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Issuers Distribute Dividends, What Stocks Are Interesting in Collecting?

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia

issuer big class on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (AT) began to distribute dividends to their investors. No less than 40 percent of the company’s profits are distributed for distribution dividends.

For example, PT Astra International Tbk (ASII) will distribute dividends of Rp. 7.85 trillion in May 2022. The dividends are taken from last year’s profit which reached Rp. 20.19 trillion or almost 48 percent of the profits pocketed by the company.

Then, PT Dayamitra Telekomunikasi Tbk (MTEL) or Mitratel will also distribute dividends of up to 70 percent of the company’s net profit from the 2021 financial year.

In 2021, Mitratel recorded a net profit of Rp 1.38 trillion, an increase of 129.4 percent compared to 2020, which was Rp. 602 billion. The jump in net profit of a subsidiary of PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (TLKM) is also in line with its revenue growth.

Meanwhile, PT Bank Central Asia Tbk (BBCA) has just distributed cash dividends to shareholders of Rp145 per share. The dividends distributed almost reached 60 percent of the total net profit recorded by BBCA last year, which was Rp. 31.42 trillion.

Seeing the dividend-sharing action, MNC Sekuritas Technical Analyst Herditya Wicaksana recommends the three shares listed above to be collected. Moreover, market participants still have time to enjoy the dividends distributed by Astra International and Mitratel.

“We are looking at ASII, BBCA, and MTEL, which technically can still be accumulated by investors. We estimate this because from a movement perspective, both ASII, BBCA and MTEL are still showing continued strengthening,” said Herditya.

Meanwhile, BBCA, which has already paid dividends, still shows a positive sign, which makes the stock good for collection.

“For issuers that pay dividends during the exdate, it will be corrected first, however, looking at the movement in the medium term, it is still good enough to accumulate,” explained Herditya.

In addition, in the distribution of dividends there is such a thing as cumulative date or cum datenamely the date of determination for shareholders who are entitled to receive dividends from the company for holding these shares.

Cum date is the last date that market participants can register themselves as persons entitled to receive dividends. In accordance with the decision of the 2022 Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (AGMS) held on Wednesday, the cum date of Astra International in the regular and negotiation markets is set for 10 May 2022 at 16.00 WIB.

Then, Mitratel set the cum date in the cash market on 12 May 2022 until 16:15 WIB. Mitratel dividend will be paid no later than May 25, 2022.

But he did not recommend the collection of shares of PT Saratoga Investama Sedaya Tbk (SRTG) which distributes cash dividends for the 2021 financial year.

In fact, the dividends distributed to shareholders reached Rp. 814 billion with a cum date of May 11, 2022 at 16:00 WIB.

“If we look at SRTG’s movement and indicators, we estimate that we are in a phase downtrend-his. This correction will occur as long as SRTG has not been able to break 3970 as the resist,” he explained.

Furthermore, the shares of PT Bank Cimb Niaga Tbk (BNGA) are also considered to be prone to correction after the exdate on April 20.

BNGA is recorded to have distributed dividends totaling IDR 2.34 trillion to shareholders or IDR 94.07 per share. The total dividends distributed cover 60 percent of the company’s profit, which is Rp. 3.9 trillion.

“For BNGA itself, some time ago, it was already expired, and the price was already downtrend“We estimate that the strengthening will likely be limited and still prone to correction,” he added.

According to stock and derivatives investment coach and CEO of Akela Trading System, Hary Suwanda, BBCA and ASII shares which after the dividend distribution period will remain strong in the long term because both have positive financial performances.

“The BBCA is financially solid, and on Thursday 21 April 2022 showed there was a technical rebound which has the potential to be the end point of the BBCA’s consolidation phase which began at the end of March. BBCA is interesting to collect,” said Hary.

Meanwhile, for Astra International, he said that the company’s growth was supported by the easing of the COVID-19 pandemic, so that people had started to move out of their homes.

“ASII shows very solid financial performance growth. Since mid-February 2022, ASII has come out of its correction and currently ASII is technically in a trend bullish or maybe strong bullish,” he continued.

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