Average Percent Payout
Average Percent Payout is the percentage profits paid in dividends to shareholders. This calculation can be tricky, because even if a company is paying out a higher amount than earning, they could still be quite profitable. For example, maybe the company is Apple with billions of dollars in cash. Apple could overpay for a very long time without being a risky company.
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