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Company: PROCTER & GAMBLE CO/THE (PG)

This page shows only data up to the final business day of 2019.

Additional financial information for this company can be found at:
Total number of dividends paid: 173.

Dividend payment frequency:

FrequencyNumber of dividends
Annually0
Semi-annually0
Quarterly173
Monthly0
Irregularly0
'none'0

Current frequency is quarterly.

Dividend payment timing:

MonthNumber of dividends
January0
February44
March0
April0
May43
June0
July0
August43
September0
October0
November43
December0

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 2019 fromBumpiness to 2019 fromMean to 2019 fromStandard deviation to 2019 from
1977$ 0.08125 (4) 8.933% 49.022%4.390
1978$ 0.09063 (4) 11.542% 8.870% 48.961%4.425
1979$ 0.10313 (4) 13.794% 8.750% 48.840%4.413
1980$ 0.11250 (4) 9.089% 8.741% 48.833%4.469
1981$ 0.12187 (4) 8.332% 8.752% 58.846%4.526
1982$ 0.13125 (4) 7.695% 8.781% 58.878%4.583
1983$ 0.13125 (4) -0.002% 9.035% 49.124%4.397
1984$ 0.15625 (4) 19.048% 8.762% 48.841%4.123
1985$ 0.16250 (4) 4.000% 8.905% 48.983%4.097
1986$ 0.16719 (4) 2.886% 9.093% 49.168%4.017
1987$ 0.16875 (4) 0.935% 9.359% 49.425%3.802
1988$ 0.17500 (4) 3.702% 9.546% 49.610%3.719
1989$ 0.20625 (4) 17.857% 9.279% 39.335%3.457
1990$ 0.23125 (4) 12.121% 9.183% 39.239%3.476
1991$ 0.25000 (4) 8.108% 9.221% 49.279%3.531
1992$ 0.26875 (4) 7.500% 9.286% 49.345%3.579
1993$ 0.29250 (4) 8.837% 9.303% 49.365%3.646
1994$ 0.33000 (4) 12.821% 9.164% 49.226%3.650
1995$ 0.37500 (4) 13.636% 8.982% 49.043%3.611
1996$ 0.42500 (4) 13.333% 8.797% 48.856%3.573
1997$ 0.47750 (4) 12.353% 8.638% 48.697%3.573
1998$ 0.53750 (4) 12.565% 8.454% 48.513%3.554
1999$ 0.60500 (4) 12.558% 8.253% 48.311%3.521
2000$ 0.67000 (4) 10.744% 8.123% 48.183%3.567
2001$ 0.73000 (4) 8.955% 8.077% 48.140%3.660
2002$ 0.79000 (4) 8.219% 8.069% 48.135%3.766
2003$ 0.86500 (4) 9.494% 7.981% 48.050%3.866
2004$ 0.97750 (4) 13.006% 7.654% 47.720%3.768
2005$ 1.09000 (4) 11.509% 7.383% 47.449%3.757
2006$ 1.21000 (4) 11.009% 7.109% 47.175%3.762
2007$ 1.36000 (4) 12.397% 6.680% 46.740%3.587
2008$ 1.55000 (4) 13.971% 6.041% 36.083%2.975
2009$ 1.72000 (4) 10.968% 5.560% 35.594%2.667
2010$ 1.88540 (4) 9.616% 5.119% 25.147%2.430
2011$ 2.05680 (4) 9.091% 4.633% 24.654%2.111
2012$ 2.21100 (4) 7.497% 4.230% 24.248%1.943
2013$ 2.36650 (4) 7.033% 3.770% 23.784%1.702
2014$ 2.53230 (4) 7.006% 3.135% 13.140%0.992
2015$ 2.63230 (4) 3.949% 2.932% 12.937%1.013
2016$ 2.67140 (4) 1.485% 3.419% 13.421%0.656
2017$ 2.73830 (4) 2.504% 3.880% 03.880%0.122
2018$ 2.84120 (4) 3.758% 4.002% 04.002%0.000
2019$ 2.95490 (4) 4.002%


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