This Company Raises Their Dividends Infrequently

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This Company Raises Their Dividends Infrequently

I do not own this stock of Linamar Corporation (TSX-LNR, OTC-LIMAF). I viewed this stock back 2000 and it was not a stock I thought fit my investment viewpoint. In 2008 I read articles that suggested the corporation as a dividend stock with value. This stock used to be on the Investment reporter portfolio stock list as the average risk stock. However, it’s been removed this list.

This company increases their dividends infrequently. Today This means that if you bought this stock, in 15 years you could be making 1.7% on your cash or in twenty years be making 2.2% on your cash. However, people who bought this stock 5 years ago when it crashed and paid a average price in that yr would be generating 4.5% come back on the original purchase price.

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The Dividend Payout Ratios are very low. Shareholders did well over days gone by 5 and 10 years with total returns at 32.25% and 14.27% per year over these intervals. The part of this return due to dividends reaches 1.37% and 1.01% per yr over these intervals. The portion of this return attributable to capital gains is at 30.88% and 13.26% per calendar year over these periods. Outstanding shares have not changed within the last 5 or a decade really. Shares are increased for COMMODITY and decreased for Buy Backs.

There has been good development in Revenue, Earnings and Cash Flow. It is interesting that in every cases the 5 year running averages growth over the past 5 and 10 years is leaner than growth over the past 5 and 10 years. This seems to be because growth in this ongoing company is volatile. The Revenue per Share growth is 9.7% and 10% per calendar year within the last 5 and 10 years. The Revenue per Share development using 5 year working averages is lower at 6.1% and 8.2% per year.

Earnings per Share growth reaches 27.4% and 20% per 12 months over the past 5 and a decade. However, if you look at EPS growth within the last 5 and a decade using 5 calendar year operating averages the growth is just at 3.4% and 7% per season. CASHFLOW per Share development is 12% and 11.9% per 12 months over the past 5 and 10 years.

CFPS growth within the last 5 and a decade using 5 season operating average is also lower at 5.2% and 7.7% per calendar year. The debt ratios on this stock are very good. The Liquidity Ratio reaches 1.60, your debt Ratio is at 2.06 and the Leverage and Debt/Equity Ratios at 1.94 and 0.94. This is probably because of insider ownership. The Return on Equity has been above 10% in 9 of the 10 past years.

They had twelve months of earnings reduction in this period. Sound little bit for Twitter and StockTwits is: Dividend Growth Stock. However, remember that dividends infrequently are just elevated. Shareholders have done well with this stock, but for dividends you can view that it certainly pays to buy when stock is at a good price.

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