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Glen Burnie Bancorp (NASDAQ:GLBZ) Has Re-Affirmed Its Dividend Of US$0.10

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Glen Burnie Bancorp (NASDAQ:GLBZ) has announced that it will pay a dividend of US$0.10 per share on the 30th of July. The dividend yield will be 3.3% based on this payment which is still above the industry average.

View our latest analysis for Glen Burnie Bancorp

Glen Burnie Bancorp's Payment Has Solid Earnings Coverage

Impressive dividend yields are good, but this doesn't matter much if the payments can't be sustained. Based on the last payment, Glen Burnie Bancorp was quite comfortably earning enough to cover the dividend. This indicates that a lot of the earnings are being reinvested into the business, with the aim of fueling growth.

Looking forward, earnings per share could rise by 9.2% over the next year if the trend from the last few years continues. If the dividend continues on this path, the payout ratio could be 52% by next year, which we think can be pretty sustainable going forward.

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Dividend Volatility

Although the company has a long dividend history, it has been cut at least once in the last 10 years. There hasn't been much of a change in the dividend over the last 10. The dividend has seen some fluctuations in the past, so even though the dividend was raised this year, we should remember that it has been cut in the past.

Glen Burnie Bancorp Could Grow Its Dividend

Growing earnings per share could be a mitigating factor when considering the past fluctuations in the dividend. We are encouraged to see that Glen Burnie Bancorp has grown earnings per share at 9.2% per year over the past five years. Since earnings per share is growing at an acceptable rate, and the payout policy is balanced, we think the company is positioning itself well to grow earnings and dividends in the future.

Glen Burnie Bancorp Looks Like A Great Dividend Stock

Overall, we think that this is a great income investment, and we think that maintaining the dividend this year may have been a conservative choice. The company is easily earning enough to cover its dividend payments and it is great to see that these earnings are being translated into cash flow. All in all, this checks a lot of the boxes we look for when choosing an income stock.

It's important to note that companies having a consistent dividend policy will generate greater investor confidence than those having an erratic one. At the same time, there are other factors our readers should be conscious of before pouring capital into a stock. As an example, we've identified 2 warning signs for Glen Burnie Bancorp that you should be aware of before investing. If you are a dividend investor, you might also want to look at our curated list of high performing dividend stock.

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