For the next half a dozen years, if not more, Freetrade will very unlikely pay a dividend to shareholders and employ earnings to support expansion. I’m fine with that.
Hopefully the day will come when Freetrade will generate sufficient cash flows and retain sufficient earnings in order to either pay a dividend or invest in other projects that hopefully offer both protection of capital and satisfactory returns.
What are Freetrade’s thoughts on this?
Does Freetrade aims towards a steady dividend payment or would prefer to allocate and compound the retained earnings for it’s partners?