Large Capitalized Dividend Stocks With Low Debt To Equity Ratio Researched By Dividend Yield - Stock, Capital, Investment. Debt matters. The higher the debt ratio, the higher the possibility for a dividend cut. On the other hand: If a company has only low debt ratios, there should be some fender to pay stable dividends as well as a little space to increase dividends over the next years. Depending on the amount of cash and the operating cash flow (EBITDA), an unleveraged company could double its balance sheet in a very short time.
In order to find some opportunities, I screened the market by large capitalized stocks (market capitalization over USD 10 billion) with very low debt to equity ratios of less than 0.1. In addition, the dividend yield should have a nice value of at least two percent. Eleven companies fulfilled the mentioned criteria of which one stock is a high yield; four stocks are recommended to buy.
Here is the full table with some fundamentals:
The Best Yielding Large Cap Dividends With Lowest Debt...
Take a closer look at the full table. The average price to earnings ratio (P/E ratio) amounts to 20.85 and forward P/E ratio is 17.39. The dividend yield has a value of 3.14 percent. Price to book ratio is 4.67 and price to sales ratio 3.55. The operating margin amounts to 21.73 percent. The earnings per share is expected to grow 13.94 percent for the next year and 8.64 percent for the upcoming five years.
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