I do not own this stock of Equitable Group Inc. (TSX-EQB, OTC-EQGPF). I had developed read a glowing report on investing with this ongoing company in 2013, so I made a decision 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. The dividends are low and the dividend growth is moderate. The existing dividend is 1.65% and it has a historical produce of 1 1.44%. The growth over the past 5 and a decade to reach 13.8% and 8% per season.

The are able their dividends as the Dividend Payout Ratio for 2016 is 9.7% with 5-year coverage at 9.8%. Note that mostly cash flow is ignored for banks as is the DPR for cash flow. This bank or investment company has good development in Revenue, Earnings, and book value. For instance, the growth in Revenue per Share within the last 5 and 10 years reaches 13.8% and 14.7% per calendar year. The growth in EOS reaches 17% and 14.2% per calendar year within the last 5 and 10 years. The Return on Equity (ROE) is good and above 10% since 2003. Both the Book Value (Equity) and Net Income are rising.

This is the best type of ROE to have. The ROE for 2016 was 14.2% with a 5-season median of 15.2%. The ROE on In depth Income has been an ROE of 14 close.9% for 2016 with a 5-year median of 14.9% also. 58.08. They are low P/E Ratios quite. A number of the banks have low P/E Ratios but this seems to have the lowest.

This stock price assessment shows that the stock price is reasonable and below the median relatively. 58.08. This stock price screening suggests that the stock price is relatively acceptable and below the median. Season median Price/Publication Value per Talk about Proportion is 1 The 10.08. The current P/B Ratio is 0.97 a value some 10.5% lower.

58.08. When the P/B Ratio is below 1.00 this means that the stock is selling below its theoretical break up value. This stock price screening shows that the stock price is relatively sensible and below the median. The historical dividend produce is 1.44%. The existing dividend yield is 1.65% a value some 14.8% higher.

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58.08. This stock price tests suggest that the stock price is relatively fair and below the median. The 10 12 months median Price/Sales (Revenue) Ratio is 3.65. The existing P/S Ratio is 3.08 a value some 15.8% lower. 58.08. This stock price screening suggests that the stock price is relatively sensible and below the median.

When I look at analysts’ recommendations I find Buy and Hold recommendations, with a consensus of Buy. Ambrose O’Callaghan of Motley Fool likes this stock. Rob Logan on Ledger Gazette says National Bank raised their Q3 EPS estimate for Equitable. Financial Newsweek Staff on Financial Newsweek provides some technical analysis and also talks about Equitable’s low Price to Book Ratio. See what analysts are saying about this stock on Stock Chase.