Baker Hughes (BKR) Dividends
Dividend Yield and Dividend History Highlights
- In terms of debt burden relative to earnings, BKR has an EBITDA to net debt ratio of -2.4, ranking above only 2.87% stocks in our set.
- BKR is producing more trailing twelve month cash flow than 83.56% of US dividend stocks.
- BKR's free cash flow has been growing at a compound average annual rate of -769.91% over the past 3.75 years -- higher than merely 1.03% of current US-listed dividend stocks.
- To help you reduce price risk in your dividend portfolio, here are the dividend stocks that are least correlated with BKR's price: CCOI, ESCA, OFLX, YUMC and NAT.
BKR Price Forecast Based on Dividend Discount Model
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A technique commonly used by dividend investors to value dividend-issuing stocks is the Dividend Discount Model (DDM), which seeks to determine a fair share price based on the dividend provided by the company relative to a number of other company-specific factors. In the case of BKR, the dividend discount model StockNews created for the company implies a negative return of 8.78%. Some interesting points we thought investors may wish to consider regarding the dividend discount model forecast for Baker Hughes Co are:
- Given its market cap of around 14 billion US dollars, this puts the stock in the large-sized market cap class, and its dividend yield is greater than 82.83% of dividend yielding stocks in the same market cap class.
- With a market cap of roughly $14 billion, BKR is in the large-sized market cap class; amongst this group of stocks, its equity discount rate is lower than only 13.58% of them.
- Beta tells us how volatile a stock's price is relative to the broader equity index; as for BKR, approximately only 12.41% of US-listed dividend issuers had a higher beta, and thus may have greater price volatility.
BKR Dividend Chart
BKR Dividend History
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