Chase Corporation (CCF) Dividends
Dividend Yield and Dividend History Highlights
- Regarding free cash flow variation: CCF reports less variability in its cash flow than 95.24% of dividend stocks in our set.
- In terms of debt burden relative to earnings, CCF has an EBITDA to net debt ratio of 65,184,000, ranking above 89.53% stocks in our set (note that its net debt is negative, meaning it has more cash than debt).
- To help you reduce price risk in your dividend portfolio, here are the dividend stocks that are least correlated with CCF's price: POWI, AMSF, ODC, LSBK and TCP.
CCF Price Forecast Based on Dividend Discount Model
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The Dividend Discount Model (DDM) is a valuation model that attempts to determine a fair share price for a stock, based on the dividend it provides in comparison to several company-specific metrics indicative of the riskiness of the stock and the financial health of the company. As for CCF, the dividend discount model StockNews created for the company implies a negative return of 84.84%. Digging deeper, the aspects of Chase Corp's dividend discount model that we found most interesting were:
- Given its market cap of around 1 billion US dollars, its dividend yield of 0.74 is greater than 6.19% of its fellow stocks in the small market cap class.
- Compared to other dividend issuers in the small-sized market cap category, CCF has a beta lower than 26.37% of them.
- Regarding its relative worth based on the dividend discount model, CCF's provides a return of -84.84% based on the forecast of the dividend discount model we used relative to its current share price; this is a better return than 6.28% of all stocks we measured with our dividend discount model.
CCF Dividend Chart
CCF Dividend History
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