Stuck @ .05 quarterly for quite sometime.....http://finance.yahoo.com/q/hp?s=FIS&a=08&b=4&c=2001&d=09&e=28&f=2009&g=vIt would seem that it should be easy to grow it from this low level. Perhaps raise it gradually at a rate that approximates EPS growth of 10 - 15%.Would qualify the company for inclusion in some funds that only hold dividend growers and steady dividend growth is much desired by many investors (me included).Thoughts.....Kel
Very short term view.I prefer they retian their earnings for future growth and debt paydown. That will make earnings pop more than being included in fund that is interested in dividends.I wouldn't be upset if they eliminated it.
I'm with you on that. This will never be an income stock and the $.05 would be better served paying off debt. Although I did like that $10.0/share cash dividend the did a few years a go