General Electric Company (GE) Dividends
Dividend Yield and Dividend History Highlights
- Over the past 6 years of historical data, GE has returned more capital to shareholders through its dividend issuances than 97.96% of other dividend-paying US stocks.
- In terms of compounded growth rate of annual dividends, GE's growth rate has been -0.36% over the past 5.76 years.
- To help you reduce price risk in your dividend portfolio, here are the dividend stocks that are least correlated with GE's price: SLGN, IDRA, TSCO, PZZA and CABO.
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 DDM model generated by StockNews estimates a return of negative 86.85% in comparison to its current price. To help understand and contextualize the model's evaluation of GE, investors may wish to consider are:
- GE's market cap is about 56 billion US dollars -- its dividend yield of 0.62 is greater than 2.7% of its fellow stocks in the mega market cap class.
- The stock's annual revenue of roughly $88 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 only 2.25% of companies in the same revenue class.
- In terms of who is growing the amount of dividends they return to shareholders, GE boasts a higher growth rate in terms of its annual cash distributed to its owners than only 0.71% of the dividend issuers in our set.
GE Dividend Chart
GE Dividend History
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