As long as price is above RM3000, the dividend yield will be good. Furthermore, couple with severe drought in Northern hemisphere and La Nina in South America again, the price should not drop a lot even next year is recession.
Why want to bother about Dick3. He is just same las small fry UNCLE. The drop in price maybe due to 8% reduction in CPO production. Base on June closing of CPO price at 5088, if my calculation is correct, UP forward contract < 1yr is around 4100, >1yr is close to 4800. I will collect if drop below 13.
Long term plantation outlook aptly encapsulated by UMCCA's chairman Datin Paduka
"Despite the current challenges, UMB believes palm oil’s long-term outlook remains bright. In the foreseeable future, palm oil’s twin status as the vegetable oil with the highest yield per hectare and the cheapest vegetable oil to grow is unlikely to be challenged. }
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