The Piotroski Score is a discrete number between 0 and 9 that reflects nine factors used to assess the financial strength of a company. The Piotroski Score, with nine being the greatest and zero being the worst, is used to discover the best value stocks. Companies that pay out regular dividends are known as dividend stocks. Dividend stocks are often well-established corporations that have a history of returning profits to shareholders.
Here are 4 stocks that have high Petroski scores along with high dividend yield.
In the fiscal year ended March 31, 2021, the company generated a return on equity of 34.49 percent, surpassing its five-year average of 17.23 percent. The stock returned 144.26 percent over three years, compared to 91.22 percent for the Nifty Smallcap 100. PNB Gilts Ltd., founded in 1996, is a Small Cap business in the Financial Services industry with a market capitalization of Rs 1,187.17 crore.
Since July 3, 2001, PNB Gilts has paid out 24 dividends. PNB Gilts Ltd. has given a Rs 10.00 per share equity dividend in the last 12 months. This amounts to a dividend yield of 15.16 percent at the current share price of Rs 65.95.
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Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) is an Indian oil and gas company owned by the government. It is owned by the Indian government's Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, which is based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. Kochi and Mumbai are home to two big refineries.
The stock returned 55.41 percent over three years, compared to 80.19 percent for the Nifty 100 index. Over a three-year period, the stock returned 55.41 percent, while Nifty Energy returned 80.22 percent to investors. Since June 18, 2001, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. has announced 35 dividends.
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. has declared an equity dividend of Rs 79.00 per share in the last 12 months.
This translates to an 18.41% dividend yield at the current share price of Rs 429.00.
Polyplex is an Indian multinational firm that manufactures biaxially oriented polyester film for use in packaging, electrical, and other industrial applications. Only 3.25 percent of trading sessions in the last 16 years had intraday gains of more than 5%. In the fiscal year ended March 31, 2021, the company delivered an ROE of 16.76 percent, surpassing its five-year average of 11.06 percent. The stock returned 245.74 percent over three years, compared to 91.22 percent for the Nifty Smallcap 100.
Since September 5, 2000, Polyplex Corporation Ltd. has declared 38 dividends. Polyplex Corporation Ltd. has declared an equity dividend of Rs 165.00 per share in the last 12 months. This translates to a dividend yield of 9.66 percent at the current share price of Rs 1707.20.
The company has enough cash on hand to cover all of its potential liabilities. In comparison to the Nifty Smallcap 100, which returned 91.22 percent over three years, the stock returned 12.81 percent. Since 2005, the company has had no debt.
In comparison to the Nifty Smallcap 100, which returned 91.22 percent over three years, the stock returned 12.81 percent. Over a three-year period, the stock yielded 12.81 percent, while the Nifty Auto yielded 33.51 percent.
Since May 30, 2007, Goodyear India has paid out 18 dividends.
Goodyear India Ltd. distributed an equity dividend of Rs 178.00 per share in the last 12 months.
This amounts in a dividend yield of 17.39 percent at the current share price of Rs 1023.70.
4 Stocks With Top Petroski Score And High Dividend Yield
|Company||Petroski Score||Dividend Yield||Price|
|B P C L||8.00||18.41%||427.70|
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