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Are you ready for the future?

Back in the day, you used to go to ibm.com to see if your internet was working.

You typed email on a Blackberry… If you had a Blackberry. Or email.

Internet was dial-up.

Apple was a faded star.

Nokia ruled the telco waves.

Telstra was a new brand name for Telecom Australia.

Dot matrix printers made a racket.

Fax machines were new — and password protected.

GPS for public use.

Your computer cost about the same as today, but was 1/100th as powerful.

A 128Mb memory stick cost $100….

The past is important in investing. But the future is all that matters…

A Big, Fat, Fully Franked Dividend

This company's dividend is almost the stuff of legends. Since it started paying dividends in 2007, it has increased its payout to shareholders every single year, a run that includes 21 consecutive dividend increases.

Based on the last 12-months of dividends, its shares are currently offering a fully-franked 4.8% yield, which grosses up to almost 7% when those franking credits are included. And in stark contrast to the likes of Commonwealth Bank and Telstra, this company just increased its dividend by over 13%, and guided for 2017 profits to grow by 20%!

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