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G'day Fools,

After having more success with the notice boards here today I of course realise that no one's likely to answer me after the plethora Foolish 4 information backed up in the system.

So, how about some kind Fool key me a response to this one :

In choosing a set of ten dogs of the All-Ordinaries
one must select stocks with the highest yield as a percentage of a single stock share. If the yield information is not available, may we simply choose the ten with the lowest p/e ratio instead?

And, some companies pay dividends twice yearly, wouldn't a yield figure for such a company skew the system if it were to go undetected? How can one determine whether dividends are paid yearly or 6 monthly?

With thanks,

FOOL Nismoney

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