Miller Industries, Inc. (MLR) Dividends
Dividend Yield and Dividend History Highlights
- In terms of debt burden relative to earnings, MLR has an EBITDA to net debt ratio of 51,358,000, ranking above 88.67% stocks in our set (note that its net debt is negative, meaning it has more cash than debt).
- MLR's free cash flow has been growing at a compound average annual rate of -353.93% over the past 5.75 years -- higher than just 2.49% of current US-listed dividend stocks.
- To help you reduce price risk in your dividend portfolio, here are the dividend stocks that are least correlated with MLR's price: IAG, AMSWA, EVOL, YIN and POOL.
MLR Price Forecast Based on Dividend Discount Model
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A technique commonly used by dividend investors to value dividend-issuing stocks is the Dividend Discount Model (DDM), which seeks to determine a fair share price based on the dividend provided by the company relative to a number of other company-specific factors. As for MLR, the DDM model generated by StockNews estimates a return of negative 22.83% in comparison to its current price. Digging deeper, the aspects of Miller Industries Inc's dividend discount model that we found most interesting were:
- MLR's annual revenue, now at roughly $703 million US dollars, puts it in the small-sized revenue class -- where its dividend growth rate surpasses that of 26.07% of US-listed, dividend-issuing stocks in the same revenue class.
- Miller Industries Inc's market cap of $365 million US dollars puts it in the small-sized market cap class; here, it has a lower equity discount rate than 80.82% of stocks.
- Beta tells us how volatile a stock's price is relative to the broader equity index; for Miller Industries Inc, its beta is lower than 81.1% of dividend issuing stocks we observed.
MLR Dividend Chart
MLR Dividend History
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