Cashing in on Amalgamated

After producing returns over the last two years that a growth investor would be pleased with, is it time to sell Amalgamated?

Two years ago, Amalgamated Holdings offered a fully franked dividend yield of 5% along with modest growth prospects. Since then, however, the stock has increased 65% for a total return (capital gains plus dividends) of 78% excluding the benefit of franking credits.

A mix of steady profit and dividend increases with a big increase in its valuation has produced returns that a growth investor would be pleased with considering the 25% return of the All Ordinaries Accumulation Index over the same period.

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