C&F Financial Corporation (CFFI) Dividends
Dividend Yield and Dividend History Highlights
- If you care about predictable cash flow, note that CFFI reports less variability in its free cash flow than only 1.08% of the dividend stocks we're tracking.
- The stock's free cash flow/dividend ratio, potentially useful for understanding its ability to make dividend payments, comes in at 5.09 -- higher than 94.13% of other dividend issuers in the US.
- Free cash flow for CFFI has a compound average growth rate of 101.4%, which is higher than 94.26% of stocks in our dividend set.
- If you want to include this stock in your dividend portfolio, here are some dividend stocks that are NOT correlated with CFFI that may be suitable potential portfolio mates: GHM, TRIB, MELI, CVGW and OLED.
CFFI Price Forecast Based on Dividend Discount Model
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For dividend yielding stocks, the Dividend Discount Model (DDM) is a common valuation tool; it attempts to extrapolate a fair share price based primarily on the dividend the stock provides relative to a number of other quantiative aspects of its business. In the case of CFFI, the DDM model generated by StockNews estimates a return of positive 109.68% in comparison to its current price. To help understand and contextualize the model's evaluation of CFFI, investors may wish to consider are:
- In comparison to other US listed dividend yielding stocks in the Financial Services sector, the expected return of 109.68%, based on the stock's current share price and target price based on a dividend discount model, is greater than 75.1% of the DDM-forecasted return of its its sector peers.
- CFFI's annual revenue of 134 million US dollars puts it in the small-sized revenue class; relative to suck stocks, its discount rate is lower than that of 22.02% of dividend stocks in the same revenue class (a low discount rate is associated with lower risk).
- Compared to all dividend issuing stocks in our set, C & F Financial Corp bears a discount rate, according to our calculations, lower than 75.1% of them (lower discount rates are generally perceived as positive, and a sign of lower risk).
- A stock's beta generally indicates its volatility relative to the broader equity market; as for CFFI, approximately 95.54% of US-listed dividend issuers had a higher beta, and thus may have greater price volatility.
CFFI Dividend Chart
CFFI Dividend History
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