Hi Guys, This is a question that I have come back to time and again - mainly because I cannot get the grasp of it It is in regard to distributions - and how they will work out in the future while the unit price has capital growth. Here is an example: The last distribution was 3.5585 or 3.88% . I think at the time the unit price was 1.09 or close to that. At the moment, the wholesale unit unit price is 1.1594. So lets say this: Lets assume this quarter stays as is, and we get a record distribution as Steve advised in a different post . Lets say possible distribution of 5 cents per share - which would equate to 5.79% distribution. Assuming this was 30th September today (a little ahead of myself here) 1/ Will that 5.79% eat into where Navra Wholesale is at the moment - i.e currently 7.4% - leaving 7.4 minus 5.79 equals 1.61% capital growth left behind? 2/If that is the case, how will future distributions work - lets say in 5 years time when the unit price is maybe 1.30 ? Does that mean for a 5 cent distribution we will need a corresponding 6.5% distribution ? That would appear a difficult task. Am I missing something here ?