I do not own this stock of Equitable Group Inc. (TSX-EQB, OTC-EQGPF). I had read a glowing record on trading on this ongoing company in 2013, so I decided to check it out. It had been interesting, as it was loaning money to new immigrants, a class of people who generally have a difficult time getting loans and mortgages from our regular banks.

When I had been updating my spreadsheet, I observed a great deal of green, with items of blue for ideals over the past 5 and a decade and other durations. The EPS development is good aside from the past a decade for the 5 calendar years running averages. This points to the fact, the EPS growth for days gone by 10 years might not be quite as effective as it appears.

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EPS has grown by 12.94% and 14.43% per 12 months within the last 5 and a decade. The 10-calendar year 5-year operating averages cover the last 5 years set alongside the 5 years closing 10 years ago. Dec 2017 The last 5 years is to the end of the last financial record which is. So, it covers 5 years from 2013 to 2017 inclusive compared to the 5 years from 2003 to 2007 inclusive. The dividend yield is low.

The Dividend Payout Ratio for EPS for 2017 was 9.8% with 5 12 months coverage also at 9.8%. So, the answer is they can afford their dividends. For financials, there is absolutely no point really to compare Long Term Debt to the Market Cap. What you would like to compare are the Deposits and Securitization Liabilities to cash and investments. For this bank the Debt/Investments Ratio is running at 0.92. This is fine. The Liquidity Ratio is quite high because of this bank or investment company at 7.04, where 1.50 or more is considered to be a good ratio, but this ratio is not important for banks really.

The Leverage and Debt/Equity Ratios are extremely high at 18.13 and 17.13 for 2017. These ratios are considered good if they’re below 2.00 or 1.00 respectively. These are not considered to be important ratios either for banks. These ratios are very high for banks generally. The one which is very important to banks is your debt Ratio and because of this bank it is at 1.06 for 2017. This proportion would be needed by one to be 1.04 or more. This bank or investment company has a good debts ratio.

The Total Return per year is shown below for years of 5 to 14. Under the Capital Gain column is the part of the Total Return attributable to capital gains. Beneath the Dividend column is the portion of the Total Return attributable to dividends. Shareholders did well with this stock. Years Div. The Tot Ret Cap Gain Div.

9.65. This stock price tests suggest that the stock price is sensible and below the median relatively. 61.18. This stock price tests suggest that the stock price is relatively sensible and below the median. 69.03. The existing proportion is some 14.00% below the 10-season proportion. This stock price testing suggests that the stock price is relatively reasonable and below the median. 61.18. The current dividend yield is 20.09% below the historical dividend produce.