Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (The) (GS) Dividends

Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (The) (GS)

Today's Latest Price: $208.27 USD

4.02 (1.97%)

Updated Aug 7 12:00am

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Overall POWR Rating

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Industry Rank:

Ranked of 27 in Investment Brokerage

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Dividend Yield and Dividend History Highlights

  • GS's average cash flow over the past 5.5 years is greater than just 0.32% of current dividend paying stocks in the US.
  • As for stocks whose price is uncorrelated with GS's price and thus may be suitable peers for a diversified dividend portfolio, check out the following: SMG, FORD, FWP, NGVC and AUDC.
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GS Price Forecast Based on Dividend Discount Model

Current PriceDDM Fair Value Target: Forecasted Gain:
$208.27$96.72 -52.03%

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. As for GS, the DDM model generated by StockNews estimates a return of negative 52.03% in comparison to its current price. Digging deeper, the aspects of Goldman Sachs Group Inc's dividend discount model that we found most interesting were:

  • If we compare the valuation opportunity a dividend discount model provides relative to other dividend stocks in the Financial Services sector, the expected return of -52.03%, based on the stock's current share price and target price based on a dividend discount model, is greater than only 25% of the DDM-forecasted return of its its sector peers.
  • Compared to all dividend issuing stocks in our set, GS has a discount rate lower than only 25% of them (a lower discount rate is associated with lower risk).
  • With a market cap of roughly $70 billion, GS is in the large-sized market cap class; amongst this group of stocks, its equity discount rate is lower than 25.69% of them.
  • A stock's beta generally indicates its volatility relative to the broader equity market; as for GS, approximately 26.76% of US-listed dividend issuers had a higher beta, and thus may have greater price volatility.

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