. Microsoft (MSFT)
Of all the companies we looked at, Microsoft seems to be the most likely to approve a special one-time dividend. The company has a massive cash reserve of around $51 billion, versus just $11.9 billion in debt. The company’s insider ownership isn’t super high, but at 9.1%, insiders do own more of Microsoft than your typical S&P 500 company. Microsoft has a regular dividend yield of 3.4%, and a payout ratio of 30, which is not too high to believe that we could see it announce a special one-time dividend before the end of the year.
Remember folks, Raystock is not just a clueless market ignorant liar, he also plagiarizes. Raystock realizes that he is dumber than the day is long and never hesitates to take credit for the work of others.