Dividend Strength Dividend Strength is meant to forecast how likely is the company able to give same or more dividends next year.
The higher it is, the more likely a company is able to give same or more dividends next year.
For example, if it is stated as 90%, it means that our statistical model expects the company to be able to give same or more dividends next year with a 90% chance.

Read this article to learn more about the statistical model used.

Note: The lowest dividend strength is ~63% because historically, 63% of the time, companies do give same or more dividends next year if it is currently giving dividends.


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