Best Buy Payout Ratio Over Time

BBY -- USA Stock  

USD 80.64  2.90  3.73%

With this module investors can use any or all of fundamental ratio historical patterns as a complementary method for asset selection as well as a tool for deciding entry and exit points. Many technical investors use fundamentals to limit their universe of possible portfolio assets. Check also Best Buy Performance and Best Buy Correlation.

Best Buy Co and related stocks such as Bjs Wholesale Club, Lands End, eBay, Etsy, EVINE Live, Five Below, 1 800 FLOWERS, Advance Auto Parts, Acorn International, and AutoZone Payout Ratio Over Time

200720082009201020112012201320142015201620172018
26.84626.84626.84626.84626.84626.84626.84626.84626.84626.84626.84631.5835
0.110.0960.0840.060.0460.0450.0360.0360.0370.0390.0390.04
2.5382.5382.538(2.875)(2.875)(2.875)(2.875)(2.875)(2.875)(2.875)(2.875)(3.3824)

Best Buy Co and related stocks such as Bjs Wholesale Club, Lands End, eBay, Etsy, EVINE Live, Five Below, 1 800 FLOWERS, Advance Auto Parts, Acorn International, and AutoZone Payout Ratio description

Payout Ratio is the proportion of Best Buy Co earnings paid out as dividends to shareholders. Payout Ratio is typically expressed as a percentage but can be shown as dividends paid out as a proportion of cash flow. The payout ratio is used to determine the sustainability of Best Buy Co dividend payments. A lower payout ratio is generally preferable to a higher payout ratio, with a ratio greater than 100% indicating Best Buy Co is paying out more in dividends than it makes in net income. The percentage of earnings paid as dividends to common stockholders. Calculated by dividing Dividends per Basic Common Share by Earnings per Basic Share USD.

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BBY - USA Stock
Best Buy Co
Fama & French Retail
Retail
Fama & French Classification
RegionNorth America
ExchangeBATS Exchange
$80.64
Check also Best Buy Performance and Best Buy Correlation. Please also try Performance Analysis module to check effects of mean-variance optimization against your current asset allocation.
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