Here is my latest policy on Empire Avenue !! The #socialsharemarket policy. Before that the recapitulation to the older policy which was also put on this website as an article. look for *** below.

That policy says if I want to maintain a div/share of 1.0 what I need to do? Its an intuitive approach although mathematical so you are welcome to criticize (not ridicule, criticism is analytical but ridicule is not) .. And why 1.0? Perhaps b/cos share price is close to 100 so div/share being 1.0 its an ideal return (given to the market trend most high profile members are far below this ideal value which reflects the fact of quality of their shares, not very attractive somewhere along they might have lost the golden lining on their shares) A div/share of 1.0 and a share price of 100, that makes the return, which I called true dividend per share as 10/1000 or 10/K or 10 parts per 1000. That means if your share price is 1K (1000) then each of your shares are returning 10 Eaves. For spending 1000 Eaves you get back 10 Eaves. Currently my share price is 133.01 and my div/share is 1.02. 7.67/K is my true return. This is a per-unit calculation hence much more useful that the official div/share which is 1.02 but depending on share price varies far too much. for share price 130 its very attractive div/share for share price 200 its much less attractive. So I have computed the true div/share as div/share/share-price. Then I decide howmuch (as explained in ***) I buy in others depending on this true div/share/share-price. Since I have maximum of 200 shares that I can buy normally (without deserts that is) in others I divide that into 4 equal divisions per 100 share-ability. That is 8 divisions in 200 share-ability. Thats 25 shares for 1/K true returns (div/share/share-price). That means if someone’s div/share/share-price is 3.2/K I would buy in him 25*3.2 shares. So give me a higher div/share/share-price and I buy much higher shares in you. {these numbers will change eg 25 will change, I might divide my ability into refined divisions say 12.5 per div/share/share-price, this is defined by share-abiliy so, having say 300 for all portfolios would mean a better buying factor than 25 or 12.5 as would be aplicable then} Also this is what I call a “current policy” or “current policy maximum” b/cos having a div/share/share-price of 5.0 would mean I buy 125 shares in you despite of my share-ability of 200. So 125 is my max-out in you and this is different for different portfolios.

Currently there are many portfolios who buy much larger shares in me. I cannot have them a max out at 125 if, say, they buy 1000 shares in me. (without a policy I would go 200, b/cos thats share-ability) So I am roughly multilying 3 for very very high portfolios to my current-policy max out. It could still be less or more than 300 (desert ability) .. I would also multiply 2.5 for some portfolios if they are very large buyers but not as big as the biggest I have. There is no uniformity. So I chnaged that to a better uniform policy today and already started applying. This was imminent since my div/share hence div/share/share-price started falling. (due to multilying that factor randomly to large buyers)