National Bankshares, Inc. (NKSH) Dividends
Dividend Yield and Dividend History Highlights
- If you care about predictable cash flow, note that NKSH reports less variability in its free cash flow than 94.79% of the dividend stocks we're tracking.
- NKSH has an EBITDA to net debt ratio of 19,762,000; for context, that's better than 85.31% stocks in our set (note that its net debt is negative, meaning it has more cash than debt).
- As for stocks whose price is uncorrelated with NKSH's price and thus may be suitable peers for a diversified dividend portfolio, check out the following: GPC, ALV, AMSWA, DGICA and CULP.
NKSH 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. In the case of NKSH, the DDM model generated by StockNews estimates a return of negative 17.78% in comparison to its current price. Some interesting points we thought investors may wish to consider regarding the dividend discount model forecast for National Bankshares Inc are:
- Compared to other US stocks that pay a dividend, National Bankshares Inc produces a dividend yield 5.15% -- which falls in the top 21.73%.
- In comparison to other dividend stocks in the Financial Services sector, NKSH is growing its dividends at a faster rate than about merely 15.37% of them.
NKSH Dividend Chart
NKSH Dividend History
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NKSH Dividends vs. Peers
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National Bankshares Inc Common Stock (NKSH) Dividend History | Nasdaq
Dividend History for National Bankshares Inc (NKSH) - Dividend Investor
National Bankshares Inc (NKSH) Dividend History - Seeking Alpha