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Company: MONRO MUFFLER BRAKE INC (MNRO)

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: 55.

Dividend payment frequency:

FrequencyNumber of dividends
Annually0
Semi-annually0
Quarterly55
Monthly0
Irregularly0
'none'0

Current frequency is quarterly.

Dividend payment timing:

MonthNumber of dividends
January4
February0
March7
April1
May4
June10
July4
August3
September7
October4
November0
December11

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
2005$ 0.04444 (2) 24.656% 3427.828%33.937
2006$ 0.10667 (4) 140.001% 18.034% 1118.480%10.573
2007$ 0.14222 (4) 33.334% 16.733% 1017.130%10.003
2008$ 0.16000 (4) 12.500% 17.165% 1017.593%10.378
2009$ 0.22000 (5) 37.501% 15.100% 815.381%8.411
2010$ 0.24667 (4) 12.121% 15.478% 915.788%8.838
2011$ 0.34000 (4) 37.838% 12.594% 312.638%3.144
2012$ 0.39000 (5) 14.706% 12.246% 312.294%3.271
2013$ 0.43000 (3) 10.256% 12.648% 312.701%3.442
2014$ 0.50000 (4) 16.279% 11.759% 311.807%3.287
2015$ 0.58000 (4) 16.000% 10.380% 310.409%2.568
2016$ 0.66000 (4) 13.793% 8.711% 18.717%1.142
2017$ 0.71000 (4) 7.576% 9.859% 09.859%0.000
2018$ 0.78000 (4) 9.859%

What price should you pay today if you wanted last year's dividends ($ 0.78000) to represent a yield of X%?

YieldPrice
0.5%$156.00
1.0%$ 78.00
1.5%$ 52.00
2.0%$ 39.00
2.5%$ 31.20
3.0%$ 26.00
3.5%$ 22.29
4.0%$ 19.50
4.5%$ 17.33
5.0%$ 15.60
5.5%$ 14.18
6.0%$ 13.00
6.5%$ 12.00
7.0%$ 11.14
7.5%$ 10.40
8.0%$ 9.75
8.5%$ 9.18
9.0%$ 8.67
9.5%$ 8.21
10.0%$ 7.80

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