TMX Group Ltd

I do not own this stock of TMX Group Ltd (TSX-X, OTC-TMXXF). I viewed this stock in 2008 after I found it on a summary of Strongest Dividend Growth stocks. I am thinking about such shares. However, it has not ended up being a dividend growth stock after all. ONCE I was updating my spreadsheet, I noticed that the business has suprisingly low Liquidity Ratio.

The Liquidity Ratio for 2018 is 0.99. Adding in CASHFLOW after dividends just gets one to 1.00. If this proportion is below 1.00, it means current property cannot cover current liabilities. I favor this percentage to be 1.50 or great. Also, the Intangible/Market Cap Ratio is high at 1.01 for 2018. If both goodwill is included by this percentage and intangibles the proportion is 1.42. These are extremely high. This means that goodwill and intangibles are greater than the what the market ideals this stock at (that is the market-cover). Dividend produces have been low (under 2%) to Moderate (2 to 4% range).

Dividend Growth has been very unequal. The Dividend Payout Ratios are fine. They have been saturated in the past. Debt Ratios are a vulnerability because they are not in good ranges. THE FUTURE Debt/Market Cap for 2018 is low and good at 0.19. The Liquidity Proportion for 2018 is low at only 0 too.99. That means that the existing property cannot coverage the current liabilities. It does not get far better adding cash flow after dividends nor adding back in debt. That’s because current resources and liabilities are lot and cash flow is relatively lower than is current part of the long-term debt.

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The Debt Ratio is low at 1.12. I prefer this to be 1.50 or higher as the Liquidity is preferred by me Ratio to be in that range too. The Leverage and Debts/Equity Ratios are high at 9 too.36 and 8.36 respectively. The Total Return per 12 months is shown below for years of 5 to 16 to the finish of 2018. Beneath the Capital Gain column is the part of the full total Return due to capital gains.

Under the Dividend column is the part of the Total Return attributable to dividends. From Years Div. Gth Tot Ret Cap Gain Div. 4.88. This stock price tests suggest that the stock price is expensive relatively. 92.61. This stock price tests show that the stock price is affordable but above the median relatively.

60.62. The existing P/B Ratio is some 34% above the 10-year proportion. This stock price testing suggests that the stock price is relatively expensive. 92.61. The existing yield is 14% below the historical dividend produce. This stock price tests show that the stock price is relatively fair but above the median.