|This field is a calculated value and uses the last dividend paid multiplied by the frequency. It is the amount of a dividend paid to shareholders over four quarters.|
A quarterly dividend is therefore multiplied by four to determine its annualized value. A monthly dividend is multiplied by twelve. A one-time dividend is considered fully-annualized at its base value. One-time dividends are not multiplied.
See also: Dividend.
A cash dividend is a dividend paid in cash. To be able to pay cash dividends, ...
When companies pay part of their profits to shareholders, those payments are called dividends. A portion ...
A property dividend is a dividend paid in a form other than cash or the company's ...
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