Our Reports on Stocks in the Technology Giants Industry
publication date: Dec 21, 2020
author/source: Valuentum Analysts
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Dividend Yield: Estimated on a forward-looking annualized basis.
VBI: The Valuentum Buying Index, a timeliness indicator that overlays a price-to-fair-value estimate consideration.
Fair Value Estimate: Derived by Valuentum's enterprise valuation process.
Dividend Cushion ratio: A ratio assessing the health of the dividend (the higher, the better).
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Also tickerized for the XLK.
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