Dick Smith’s decent dividend

New stores and cost control are set to drive growth at the electronics retailer.

Since hitting the ASX boards in late 2013, Dick Smith Holdings (DSH) has seen its share price pretty much stagnant. This is despite a strengthening outlook for the retail sector and a seemingly strong start to life as a listed entity when the company beat its FY14 prospectus guidance.


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