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Vishay Intertechnology (NYSE:VSH) Has Re-Affirmed Its Dividend Of US$0.095

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Vishay Intertechnology, Inc.'s (NYSE:VSH) investors are due to receive a payment of US$0.095 per share on 29th of June. The dividend yield will be 1.6% based on this payment which is still above the industry average.

View our latest analysis for Vishay Intertechnology

Vishay Intertechnology's Payment Has Solid Earnings Coverage

While it is great to have a strong dividend yield, we should also consider whether the payment is sustainable. Before making this announcement, Vishay Intertechnology was easily earning enough to cover the dividend. As a result, a large proportion of what it earned was being reinvested back into the business.

The next year is set to see EPS grow by 96.4%. If the dividend continues along recent trends, we estimate the payout ratio will be 19%, which is in the range that makes us comfortable with the sustainability of the dividend.

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Vishay Intertechnology Doesn't Have A Long Payment History

Even though the company has been paying a consistent dividend for a while, we would like to see a few more years before we feel comfortable relying on it. The first annual payment during the last 7 years was US$0.24 in 2014, and the most recent fiscal year payment was US$0.38. This means that it has been growing its distributions at 6.8% per annum over that time. Vishay Intertechnology has been growing its dividend at a decent rate, and the payments have been stable. However, the payment history is very short, so there is no evidence yet that the dividend can be sustained over a full economic cycle.

The Dividend Looks Likely To Grow

Investors who have held shares in the company for the past few years will be happy with the dividend income they have received. We are encouraged to see that Vishay Intertechnology has grown earnings per share at 38% per year over the past five years. Rapid earnings growth and a low payout ratio suggest this company has been effectively reinvesting in its business. Should that continue, this company could have a bright future.

We Really Like Vishay Intertechnology's Dividend

In summary, it is good to see that the dividend is staying consistent, and we don't think there is any reason to suspect this might change over the medium term. 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. Taking this all into consideration, this looks like it could be a good dividend opportunity.

Companies possessing a stable dividend policy will likely enjoy greater investor interest than those suffering from a more inconsistent approach. Still, investors need to consider a host of other factors, apart from dividend payments, when analysing a company. As an example, we've identified 1 warning sign for Vishay Intertechnology that you should be aware of before investing. We have also put together a list of global stocks with a solid dividend.

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