Bank Of Montreal (BMO) Dividends
Dividend Yield and Dividend History Highlights
- BMO's compound annual growth rate of its cash flow over the past 5.01 years is 0.94% -- which is higher than about 97.69% stocks we're looking at.
- Currently, BMO generates more cash flow over the 12 months prior than 97.89% of US dividend stocks.
- As for stocks whose price is uncorrelated with BMO's price and thus may be suitable peers for a diversified dividend portfolio, check out the following: CIO, GSKY, MUR, AGI and VET.
BMO 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. As for BMO, the dividend discount model StockNews created for the company implies a positive return of 32.22%. Digging deeper, the aspects of Bank Of Montreal's dividend discount model that we found most interesting were:
- BMO's market cap is about 60 billion US dollars -- this puts the stock in the large-sized market cap class, and its dividend yield is greater than 82.96% of dividend yielding stocks in the same market cap class.
- In comparison to other US listed dividend yielding stocks in the Financial Services sector, Bank Of Montreal's expected return of 32.22% is higher than 80.94% of its fellow sector mates.
- Out of all stocks in our universe of US-listed dividend-issuing stocks, Bank Of Montreal bears a discount rate, according to our calculations, lower than 80.94% of them (lower discount rates are generally perceived as positive, and a sign of lower risk).
- In comparison to other dividend stocks in the Financial Services sector, BMO is growing its dividends at a faster rate than about merely 16.7% of them.
BMO Dividend Chart
BMO Dividend History
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