General Electric Company (GE) Dividends
Dividend Yield and Dividend History Highlights
- Over the past six years, GE has issued more dividends than 97.7% of other dividend-issuing US stocks.
- GE reports a compound annual dividend growth rate of -0.36% over the past 5.75 years.
- To help you reduce price risk in your dividend portfolio, here are the dividend stocks that are least correlated with GE's price: LEJU, TREE, CVNA, WMB and UTI.
GE 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. In the case of GE, the dividend discount model StockNews created for the company implies a negative return of 90.75%. To help understand and contextualize the model's evaluation of GE, investors may wish to consider are:
- Given its market cap of around 85 billion US dollars, this puts the stock in the mega-sized market cap class, and its dividend yield is greater than 2.7% of dividend yielding stocks in the same market cap class.
- The stock's annual revenue of roughly $73 billion puts it in the large-sized revenue class, where its estimated gain based on our dividend discount model price relative to its current share price is greater than just 1.23% of companies in the same revenue class.
- Based on dividend growth rate, GE boasts a higher growth rate in terms of its annual cash distributed to its owners than just 0.75% of the dividend issuers in our set.
GE Dividend Chart
GE Dividend History
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