Is AFIC a good buy now?

Is AFIC a good buy now?

AFIC has been remarkably consistent with its dividends to shareholders over the years. This is good for income security. The annual dividend is currently $0.24 per share. That’s a dividend yield of 4% including franking credits.

Is AFI a good stock to buy?

AFI finds support from accumulated volume at $1.45 and this level may hold a buying opportunity as an upwards reaction can be expected when the support is being tested. This stock has average movements during the day and with good trading volume, the risk is considered to be medium.

Is AFI overvalued?

Price to Book Ratio PB vs Industry: AFI is overvalued based on its PB Ratio (1.3x) compared to the AU Capital Markets industry average (1.2x).

Why are AFI shares dropping?

(ASX: AFI) (AFIC) share price is down after the LIC released its FY22 half-year result. AFIC is one of the oldest and largest listed investment companies (LICs) around, providing annual dividends to shareholders.

What shares does Scott Pape recommend?

Here’s how I’d suggest she plays: Put $25,000 in the Vanguard Australian Shares Index ETF (ASX code: VAS). Or, if she prefers a greener option, the Vanguard Ethically Conscious Australian Shares ETF (ASX code: VETH). Then put $25,000 in the Vanguard MSCI Index International Shares ETF (ASX code: VGS).

What ETFs does Scott Pape recommend?

Australian Fixed Interest: VAF – 10% Finally to cap off the Breakfree Index Fund Portfolio, Pape recommends a 10% allocation into the VAF ETF from Vanguard, which tracks the performance of high quality Australian bonds. VAF has a management fee of 0.20% p.a and since inception in 2012 has returned over 4% p.a.

Is AFIC ethical?

AFIC is committed to the highest standards of ethical behaviour.

What is AFI invested in?

We invest in companies that typically have high quality businesses and that are financially sound. It is our view that such businesses generate superior returns over the long-term. This approach has historically produced attractive returns and fully franked dividends over time for shareholders.

What investment does Barefoot investor recommend?

However, he does recommend two listed investment companies (LICs) by name that investors should purchase, namely: Australian Foundation Investment Company (ASX: AFI) and Argo (ASX: ARGO).

What shares does Barefoot investor recommend?

Are LICs managed funds?

ETFs and LICs are like managed funds in that your money is pooled with other investors to create a large portfolio of assets that is professionally managed.

What companies does AFIC invest in?

Rank Company Name Total Value ($M)
1 CSL 629.1
2 Commonwealth Bank 488.4
3 BHP Group* 399.5
4 Transurban Group 278.6