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**formula**of total**payout**ratio is, =**dividend**per share / earnings per share high**dividend**yield...take serious note that, the stocks should only pay dividends if they were unable to reinvest its cash at...5 Answers · Business & Finance · 31/07/2007

if you're looking for formulas "given" other info... EPS *

**payout**ratio OR EPS * (1 - retention rate) OR previous**dividend*** (1 +**dividend**growth rate "g" in decimal form)3 Answers · Business & Finance · 31/05/2013

**Payout**Ratio = Dividends per Share / Earnings per Share Dividends ... shown, so they must be using a different**formula**. If you ignore the preferred dividends ...1 Answers · Business & Finance · 30/03/2011

**Dividend payout**ratio is the fraction of net income a firm pays to... capital growth prefer companies with high**Dividend payout**ratio. However investors seeking capital...1 Answers · Education & Reference · 17/03/2009

Try SUMIF =SUMIF(A2:A10,"PSEC",D2:D10) where A2:A10 - Stocks D2:D10 - Dividends paid

1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 23/04/2013

... in your example, the

**formula**would seem to be 1.24 / (.12-.0867... the next 5 annual dividends is easier. They grow at 8.67%, and because their**payout**ratio is 0.69, they increase...2 Answers · Business & Finance · 08/05/2011

...an effective tax rate of 20%, a

**dividend payout**of 5%, and pre-tax income of $1,000, you would calculate dividends as follows: $1,000 in pre-tax...suspiciously like homework!), but if you apply that**formula**, you should get the right answer.1 Answers · Business & Finance · 17/04/2009

1) div yield = div / price = 2.17 / 28 = 7.75% FYI

**payout**ratio = div / EPS = 2.17 / 3.50 = 0.62, or 62% 2) ROA = net income/avg assets = 800k/4,000k = 0.20, or 20%1 Answers · Business & Finance · 20/05/2013

This model summarizes a business as the present value of all the dividends that would be coming in, assuming a constant

**dividend**growth rate, ...2 Answers · Business & Finance · 05/08/2007

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**Dividend**information is particularly missing. For your information**Formula**for**payout**ratio is =**Dividend**/ Earnings or**Dividend**per share / Earnings per share...1 Answers · Business & Finance · 18/02/2010