As I understand "return of capital" is return of our investment. What we want is A RETURN "ON" our investment. In other words, dividends on the income from our invested capital. Am I missing something?
My definition of "return of capital" is simply part of the ORIGINAL money invested in FAX returned to common shareholders as part of the dividend. When you speak of return, I believe you are referring to the YIELD. This is simply derived by taking the present 54 cent a year dividend and dividing it by 4 3/16 which in this case is 12.9%.