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The "dividend" is actually a combination of dividend yield, short term capital gains, and long term capital gains. The overall dividend yield has always been high on IFN, but it's unpredictable. Looking at the Quote function, they show a 15% yield. There really is no telling what it will be next time. It's all based on the Indian economy and the sharp maneuvering of our fund managers!

My biggest regret is not putting this in my ROTH rather than my regular account. I have a feeling this one will be a bear to figure out tax-wise once I sell it!
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