Dow Inc (DOW)
$44.51 1.13 (2.60%)
18:20 EDT DOW Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $44.51
Market Cap 0
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.59M
Day's Range 42.77 - 44.81
52-Week Range 42.77 - 60.52
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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With a dividend yield now above 6%, Dow stock should appeal to investors seeking defensive names. However, the industrial giant may be too complicated to be of any use.
At first glance, the generous dividend yield for Dow Inc stock may attract income investors. However, they’re better off looking for other investments as neither the fundamentals nor the technical offer justification for a sizable holding.
Following earnings, it’s time to buy DOW stock. But don’t count on the company’s storied income stream just yet.
However, it’s hard to ignore the fact that Dow’s quarterly dividend of $0.70, currently yields an impressive 5.5%. Dow and its predecessor companies have now paid quarterly dividends for 431 straight quarters dating back to 1912.
Buoyed by strong earnings reports from technology companies and a solid second-quarter GDP reading, many Dow Jones stocks rallied Friday.
Earnings are about to heat up big time, but we're already seeing top stock trades in Tesla, Align Technology and Dow Inc.
The recent DowDuPont merger and breakup is finally over. What's it mean for the resulting three companies, and DOW stock in particular?
Trade wars and a short history concern some investors about Dow Inc. stock, but the payout and low PE ratio still make it a compelling buy.
It is often noted that Friday market action in the summer months can be somewhat lethargic, but investors got a respite from that scenario today and it was in positive fashion.
DOW stock took an early beating following DowDuPont's complicated three-way split, but investors should play the long game here.
Despite the attractive dividend yield, investors in DOW stock should expect more volatility in the coming weeks
Dow has pulled off a complex set of spinoffs. And the organization is more streamlined. DOW stock is at a much better valuation, but it could be weak in the short-run.
Corteva (NYSE:CTVA), the agricultural segment of the old DowDupont was separated from DuPont (NYSE:DD), a global specialty chemicals company, while Dow, the material science unit was spun-off from DowDuPont on April 1.
As effective as the DowDuPont breakup appeared to be for DOW stock, the harsh reality is that the markets hate complicated investments.
Macroeconomic conditions still favor the bullish thesis for Dow Inc. Geopolitical unrest will abate and DOW stock will benefit from it.
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