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Interested In Codorus Valley Bancorp Inc (NASDAQ:CVLY)’s Upcoming $0.16 Dividend? You Have 3 Days Left

On the 08 May 2018, Codorus Valley Bancorp Inc (NASDAQ:CVLY) will be paying shareholders an upcoming dividend amount of $0.16 per share. However, investors must have bought the company’s stock before 23 April 2018 in order to qualify for the payment. That means you have only 3 days left! What does this mean for current shareholders and potential investors? Below, I will explain how holding Codorus Valley Bancorp can impact your portfolio income stream, by analysing the stock’s most recent financial data and dividend attributes. View our latest analysis for Codorus Valley Bancorp

5 checks you should do on a dividend stock

Whenever I am looking at a potential dividend stock investment, I always check these five metrics:

  • Is its annual yield among the top 25% of dividend-paying companies?

  • Has it paid dividend every year without dramatically reducing payout in the past?

  • Has dividend per share amount increased over the past?

  • Can it afford to pay the current rate of dividends from its earnings?

  • Will it be able to continue to payout at the current rate in the future?

NasdaqGM:CVLY Historical Dividend Yield Apr 19th 18
NasdaqGM:CVLY Historical Dividend Yield Apr 19th 18

Does Codorus Valley Bancorp pass our checks?

Codorus Valley Bancorp has a trailing twelve-month payout ratio of 38.13%, meaning the dividend is sufficiently covered by earnings. Furthermore, analysts have not forecasted a dividends per share for the future, which makes it hard to determine the yield shareholders should expect, and whether the current payout is sustainable, moving forward. If there’s one type of stock you want to be reliable, it’s dividend stocks and their stable income-generating ability. Whilst its per-share payments have increased during the past 10 years, there has been some hiccups. Investors have seen reductions in the dividend per share in the past, although, it has picked up again. Compared to its peers, Codorus Valley Bancorp generates a yield of 2.17%, which is on the low-side for Banks stocks.

Next Steps:

Whilst there are few things you may like about Codorus Valley Bancorp from a dividend stock perspective, the truth is that overall it probably is not the best choice for a dividend investor. But if you are not exclusively a dividend investor, the stock could still be an interesting investment opportunity. Given that this is purely a dividend analysis, I recommend taking sufficient time to understand its core business and determine whether the company and its investment properties suit your overall goals. Below, I’ve compiled three important factors you should further research:

  1. Valuation: What is CVLY worth today? Even if the stock is a cash cow, it’s not worth an infinite price. The intrinsic value infographic in our free research report helps visualize whether CVLY is currently mispriced by the market.

  2. Management Team: An experienced management team on the helm increases our confidence in the business – take a look at who sits on Codorus Valley Bancorp’s board and the CEO’s back ground.

  3. Dividend Rockstars: Are there better dividend payers with stronger fundamentals out there? Check out our free list of these great stocks here.

To help readers see pass the short term volatility of the financial market, we aim to bring you a long-term focused research analysis purely driven by fundamental data. Note that our analysis does not factor in the latest price sensitive company announcements.

The author is an independent contributor and at the time of publication had no position in the stocks mentioned.