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CNQ - Great Dividend Profile


The Model

There are a multitude of ways to look at dividends.  This report is going to combine two elements: the sum of the current yield and the five year average growth rate (total return) and the dividend coverage.

The Total Return

The graph below shows the sum of the current yield and the five year average growth rate.

CNQ is really high, almost 24%.  This is a combination of a 3.95% dividend yield and a 5 year growth rate of 19.95%.  Note, the 3 year growth rate was 13.97%.

Dividend Coverage

We want to see that the TTM dividend is less than 75% of the company's free cash flow with this metric.

CNQ is 37%. 


CNQ has an impressive total return and good coverage.


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