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Company: HOME BANCSHARES INC (HOMB)

This page shows only data up to the final business day of 2018.

Additional financial information for this company can be found at:
Total number of dividends paid: 50.

Dividend payment frequency:

FrequencyNumber of dividends
Annually0
Semi-annually0
Quarterly50
Monthly0
Irregularly0
'none'0

Current frequency is quarterly.

Dividend payment timing:

MonthNumber of dividends
January0
February0
March12
April0
May0
June12
July0
August1
September12
October0
November0
December13

Cancellations/Discontinuations/Omissions:

StatusNumber
Cancelled0
Discontinued0
Omitted0

Dividends per share by year:

The number in parentheses is the number of non-special dividends declared/paid during that period.

How do I determine the "bumpiness" of a company?
Mathematically, I use the standard deviation around the arithmetic mean of the dividend raise percentages.
I have devised a "bumpiness metric" which will tell at a glance how smooth or bumpy a company's dividend history has been.
For you math geeks, the bumpiness is the standard deviation rounded to the nearest integer.
The result is a whole number that tells you whether a company's dividend history has been smooth or teeth-rattling.

YearDividends paidIncrease from previous yearCompound annual growth rate to 2018 fromBumpiness to 2018 fromMean to 2018 fromStandard deviation to 2018 from
2006$ 0.02104 (2) 29.311% 5437.923%53.855
2007$ 0.06103 (4) 189.997% 20.157% 3024.098%29.505
2008$ 0.10101 (4) 65.517% 16.370% 2819.956%27.729
2009$ 0.10909 (4) 8.001% 17.339% 2921.285%28.926
2010$ 0.10855 (4) -0.500% 19.782% 3024.008%29.573
2011$ 0.13400 (4) 23.450% 19.267% 3224.088%31.614
2012$ 0.22500 (4) 67.910% 12.658% 2816.784%28.153
2013$ 0.29000 (4) 28.889% 9.666% 3014.363%30.264
2014$ 0.35000 (4) 20.690% 7.071% 3412.781%33.651
2015$ 0.55000 (4) 57.143% -6.137% 25-2.006%25.203
2016$ 0.34300 (4) -37.636% 15.806% 115.809%0.809
2017$ 0.40000 (4) 16.618% 15.000% 015.000%0.000
2018$ 0.46000 (4) 15.000%

What price should you pay today if you wanted last year's dividends ($ 0.46000) to represent a yield of X%?

YieldPrice
0.5%$ 92.00
1.0%$ 46.00
1.5%$ 30.67
2.0%$ 23.00
2.5%$ 18.40
3.0%$ 15.33
3.5%$ 13.14
4.0%$ 11.50
4.5%$ 10.22
5.0%$ 9.20
5.5%$ 8.36
6.0%$ 7.67
6.5%$ 7.08
7.0%$ 6.57
7.5%$ 6.13
8.0%$ 5.75
8.5%$ 5.41
9.0%$ 5.11
9.5%$ 4.84
10.0%$ 4.60

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