7/27/2011

Dividend Stock Idea of the Day – AT&T (NYSE:T)

Dividend Stock Ideas by Dividend Yield – Stock, Capital Investment. Our Dividend Idea of the day is the telecommunication provider AT&T (NYSE:T). The current dividend yield amounts to 5.74 percent.

AT&T Inc. is a holding company. The Company is a provider of telecommunications services in the United States and worldwide. These include wireless communications, local exchange services, long-distance services, data/broadband and Internet services, video services, managed networking, wholesale services and directory advertising and publishing. It operates in four segments: wireless, which provides both wireless voice and data communications services across the United States and, through roaming agreements, in foreign countries; wireline, which provides landline voice and data communication services, AT&T U-Verse TV, broadband and voice services (U-Verse) and managed networking to business customers; advertising solutions, which publishes Yellow and White Pages directories and sells directory advertising and Internet-based advertising and local search, and other, which provides results from customer information services and all corporate and other operations (More on Reuters).

Here are some Fundamental Figures:


Sales
125.68 Bil
Income
19.63 Bil
Net Profit Margin
15.83%
Return on Equity
18.10%
Debt/Equity Ratio
0.59
Revenue/Share
21.14
Earnings/Share
3.44
Book Value/Share
19.21
Dividend Rate
1.72
Payout Ratio
52.00%

Here are some Pricing Figures:


Price/Earnings
8.9
Price/Book
1.6
Price/Sales
1.4
Price/Cash Flow
5
Dividend Yield %
5.7
Forward Price/Earnings
11.7
PEG Ratio
2.8
PEG Payback (Yrs)
8.7

Here are some Trading Figures:


Last Price
30
52-Wk High
31.94
52-Wk Low
25.79
Volume
 NA
Avg Daily Vol (13 Wks)
 22.38 Mil
50-Day Moving Average
30.81
200-Day Moving Average
29.46
Volatility (beta)
0.66

Sales and Income of AT&T (Click to enlarge)


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