I own this stock of Manulife Financial Corp. In May 2005, I had been look once and for all companies to buy at an acceptable price. This stock fulfilled my criteria. The Dividend Payout Ratio was 32% for EPS and 9.6% for CFPS in 2014. The 5 12 months median beliefs are DPR of 32% for EPS and 9.8% for CFPS.

The 5 season median numbers of DPR for EPS hide a lot. EPS was low or non-existent between 2008 and 2011 and during this period the EPS could not cover dividends. The dividend yield with this stock has mostly been moderate. The existing dividend yield is 2.79%. Year median dividend produce is higher at 3 The 5.54%. The historical average and historical median dividend produces are 3.27% and 2.20% respectively. I’ve not done well with this stock to day.

My total return is 0.18% per calendar year with a capital loss of 2.29% per season with dividends at 2.47% per calendar year. The total results are fine going back 5 years, but has a reduction over the past 10 years. The 5 season total return is 8.22% per year with 2.89% per yr from dividends and 5.34% per yr from capital gain.

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The 10 season total come back is a lack of 1.85% per 12 months with dividends at 2.34% per year and a capital lack of 4.19% per yr. Outstanding shares have become at 1.2% and 1.4% per year over the past 5 and 10 years. Shares have development due to Stock Options, DRIP and Share Issues and have decreased due to get Backs. Revenue has had moderate growth over the past 5 and a decade.

Earnings have good growth over the past 5 years, especially in the last 2 years and no growth within the last 10 years. Cash flow has already established no growth over the past 5 years and moderate growth within the last 10 years. Revenue is up by 6.3% and 7.2% per 12 months over the past 5 and a decade.

Revenue per Share is up by 5.1% and 5.7% per 12 months within the last 5 and 10 years. Another way of measuring growth for insurance firms is Assets under Management. Here development is wonderful for the last 5 years and moderate going back 10 years, with development at 9.5% per season within the last 5 years with 7.1% per calendar year within the last 10 years. EPS is up by 17.03% per year within the last 5 years due mainly to EPS increases over the past 24 months.