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At 110p iIs VOD becoming an income stock ? (VOD)     

paul30661 - 13 Aug 2006 16:25

Could someone please confirm the current dividend yield on VOD?
Money AM says just over 5 %, and various papers range from 6 - 6.7 %
With LLoy currently around 6-7 %,but price going nowhere, perhaps VOD has better prospects?
Yes, there's been a profit warning from DT but VOD, throws off plenty of cash and if the write downs reduce or cease, there may be more special dividends at some point.

queen1 - 13 Aug 2006 17:58 - 2 of 4

Hi paul30661. The dividend yield for VOD is currently 5.5% which puts it into the top 10 FTSE100 yielders so to answer your thread title I would suggest that yes, at these prices, Vodafone is indeed becoming an income stock. I hold a few for just that reason.

seawallwalker - 04 Oct 2006 11:30 - 3 of 4

Sold today at +12,

10% will do me for a month.

R88AVE - 30 Jun 2007 20:30 - 4 of 4

any chartist out there see a potential with this short/medium term. Looks like a breakout and surpassed the head and shoulders formation. There this is gap to be filled right up to 180p+???
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