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Ebix Inc (EBIX) Dividend Data

Continuous dividend increase since 2013

Yield on Cost

Growth Rate (1-year) Yield on Cost (1-year) Growth Rate (3-year) Yield on Cost (3-year) Growth Rate (5-year) Yield on Cost (5-year) Growth Rate (10-year) Yield on Cost (10-year)
80.00% 1.98% 0.00% 1.1% 0.00% 1.10% 0.00% 1.1%

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Initial Investment Date:
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Cost per Share:
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The default value is the close price
Current Price: $ 26.62
Total Dividends Received:
Total dividends received
from the date of purchase to today.
Total Return:
Total percentage gain (loss) from
Compound Annualized
Growth Rate (CAGR):
Compound annaulized gain (loss) of the stock.

Dividend Growth Rate

1 Year 3 Year 5 Year 10 Year
80.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00%
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Dividend History

Amount Ex-date Record Date Pay Date Type Frequency
0.0752015-02-252015-02-272015-03-16Cash Dividendquarterly
0.0752014-11-262014-12-012014-12-15Cash Dividendquarterly
0.0752014-08-272014-08-292014-09-15Cash Dividendquarterly
0.0752014-05-282014-05-302014-06-13Cash Dividendquarterly
0.0752014-02-182014-02-202014-03-14Cash Dividendquarterly
0.0752013-02-132013-02-152013-02-28Cash Dividendquarterly
0.0502012-11-132012-11-152012-11-30Cash Dividendquarterly
0.0502012-08-132012-08-152012-08-31Cash Dividendquarterly
0.0502012-05-112012-05-152012-05-31Cash Dividendquarterly
0.0402012-02-132012-02-152012-02-29Cash Dividendquarterly
0.0402011-11-102011-11-152011-11-30Cash Dividendquarterly

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Dividend Yield History

This is the historical dividend yield of Ebix Inc. Buying stocks at higher yield relative its historical values is usually more profitable.

Dividend Per Share History

This the dividend history of Ebix Inc

Payout Ratio

This is the historical payout ratio of Ebix Inc. If payout ratio is close to or higher than 100%, dividends might not be sustainable.

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ReplyOw41 - 4 months ago
Have you tried calculating the 10 year future EPS by using a stock's growth rate and then multiplying by the mean or median P/E ratio to determine its future market value? A discount rate could be applied to determine what may be a fair price to pay for a stock?
ReplyRamos285 - 10 months ago
would you mind to explain with an example how to calculate the fair value of the peter lynch. Thanks
ReplyGurufocus - 1 year ago
One of the most shorted stocks.

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