Looking at the universe of stocks we cover at Dividend Channel , on 5/16/19, Emerson Electric Co. (Symbol: EMR), BWX Technologies inc (Symbol: BWXT), and Fortress Transportation & Infrastructure Investors LLC (Symbol: FTAI) will all trade ex-dividend for their respective upcoming dividends. Emerson Electric Co. will pay its quarterly dividend of $0.49 on 6/10/19, BWX Technologies inc will pay its quarterly dividend of $0.17 on 6/6/19, and Fortress Transportation & Infrastructure Investors LLC will pay its quarterly dividend of $0.33 on 5/28/19. As a percentage of EMR's recent stock price of $65.03, this dividend works out to approximately 0.75%, so look for shares of Emerson Electric Co. to trade 0.75% lower - all else being equal - when EMR shares open for trading on 5/16/19. Similarly, investors should look for BWXT to open 0.35% lower in price and for FTAI to open 2.05% lower, all else being equal.
Below are dividend history charts for EMR, BWXT, and FTAI, showing historical dividends prior to the most recent ones declared.
Emerson Electric Co. (Symbol: EMR)
BWX Technologies inc (Symbol: BWXT)
Fortress Transportation & Infrastructure Investors LLC (Symbol: FTAI)
In general, dividends are not always predictable, following the ups and downs of company profits over time. Therefore, a good first due diligence step in forming an expectation of annual yield going forward, is looking at the history above, for a sense of stability over time. This can help in judging whether the most recen t dividends
from these companies are likely to continue. If they do continue, the current estimated yields on annualized basis would be 3.01% for Emerson Electric Co., 1.41% for BWX Technologies inc, and 8.20% for Fortress Transportation & Infrastructure Investors LLC.
In Tuesday trading, Emerson Electric Co. shares are currently up about 0.6%, BWX Technologies inc shares are trading flat, and Fortress Transportation & Infrastructure Investors LLC shares are up about 0.5% on the day.
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