Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Incorporated (RBA) Dividends
Dividend Yield and Dividend History Highlights
- In terms of history, this is the 21st consecutive quarter dividends for RBA have increased.
- RBA's free cash flow has been growing at a compound average annual rate of 38.05% over the past 5.5 years -- higher than 86.08% 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 RBA's price: SUPV, IDA, ALCO, CCK and EVTC.
RBA 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 RBA, the dividend discount model StockNews created for the company implies a negative return of 36.13%. Some interesting points we thought investors may wish to consider regarding the dividend discount model forecast for Ritchie Bros Auctioneers Inc are:
- The amount of revenue Ritchie Bros Auctioneers Inc earns annually is around 1 billion; relative to its peers in the small-sized revenue class, it has a dividend yield higher than only 20.25%.
- Compared to other dividend issuers in the mid-sized market cap category, RBA's beta -- a measure of volatility relative to the market at large -- is lower than 87.12% of them.
RBA Dividend Chart
RBA Dividend History
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RBA Dividends vs. Peers
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