The dividend yield is a way to measure how much money flow you are getting for each of your buck invested in an equity position.
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The dividend yield ratio indicates the amount a company pays out in dividend each year relative to its share price. Dividend yield tells an investor the yield he/she can expect by purchasing a stock. It depends on how much a share price moves during the day, it constantly changes as the price of the share changes.
Dividend Yield Ratio = Dividend Per Share / Market Value Per Share
Suppose a company declares dividend at $1.70 per share. The face value of a share of the company is $15 and the market price per share is $20. The dividend yield ratio according to the formula will be:-
= $1.70 / $20
Created: May 18, 2018
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