DKS declared its quarterly $0.125 dividend, payable on March 29 to shareholders of record, as of March 8. The chain, with more than 500 stores in 44 states, reports its all-important fourth quarter results on March 4. Wall Street expects the company to earn $1.06 a share in profits – a jump of more than 30% over year-ago levels. The positive comparisons ought to help the stock build momentum for taking out the stock's all-time highs, hit last year, of $52 a share. $55 is very feasible, but not to a shorter.