Boeing (BA) Stock Analysis
The Boeing dividend has been paid continuously since 1937 and increased for 7 consecutive years;
qualifying the company as a Dividend Challenger.
Dividend Yield: 1.9%
Current Dividend: $6.84
Cash Flow From Operations (CFO) Per Share (ttm): $21.90
Free Cash Flow Per Share (ttm): $18.83
Market Capitalization: $210 B
Enterprise Value: $211 B
Dividend Analyzer Checklist
(updated January 2018)
Dividend Safety Score (28/33 points)
Dividend Payout Ratio (ttm): 48%
Cash Dividend Payout Ratio (ttm): 29% (12/12 points)
Net Financial Debt: $736 M
Total Assets: $91007 M
Net Financial Debt / Total Assets: 1% (10/12 points)
Net Financial Debt to EBITDA (ttm): 93%
Piotroski Score (1-9) (TTM): (6/9 points)
Profitability & Growth Score (11/33 points)
Operating Earnings Yield (ttm): 5.2% (6/15 points)
Net Income (ttm): $6696 M
Gross Profit (ttm): $16207 M
Total Assets: $91007 M
Gross Profitability Ratio = GP / Total Assets: 18% (5/18 points)
Cash Return On Invested Capital (CROIC)(tttm): 102%
Return on Invested Capital (ROIC): 61%
Valuation Score (18/34 points)
Free Cash Flow Yield (ttm): 6.2% (13/17 points)
EV to EBIT (ttm): 18.5
EV to EBITDA (ttm): 15.3 (5/17 points)
Price to Sales Ratio (ttm): 2.0
Price to Book Value (ttm): 161.8
Price to Earnings Ratio (P/E) (ttm): 27
PE 10: 53
TOTAL POINTS – (57/100) (50 is an average score)
Earnings Report: 10/25/17
Next Earning Report: 1/25/18
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Rankings & Recommendations
(updated January 2018)
Boeing (BA) is ranked #8 5(out of 371) overall and #19 (out of 71) in the Industrials Sector by the Dividend Analyzer.
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Industry: Aerospace & Defense
Boeing (BA) is the largest aerospace company in the world, exhibited by over 10,000 commercial jetliners (approx. 70% of revenue) currently in service and being a major player in the defense, space, and security industry (approx. 30% of revenue). The company is the single largest exporter from the United States.
It’s commercial jets and defense, space, and security systems are sold to more than 150 countries (approx. 60% of revenues). Military aircraft and weapons systems account for approximately 20% of total revenues from the U.S. Department of Defense.
Boeing offers facilities and networks 24 hours a day throughout the globe. Support services are broad and deep; including pilot training, spare parts, onsite technical assistance, engineering, software solutions, and financing for Boeing products.
Boeing currently enjoys the benefits of a backlog of approximately 5,700 aircraft orders. Replacement demand from the U.S. and Europe along with new demand from emerging markets is providing above average growth for an industry dominated by just two companies: Boeing and Airbus.
The duopoly provides significant competitive advantages. Customers expect to pay for support and service for about 20 years after their purchase of an aircraft. Switching costs are significant (pilot, crew, and maintenance training, spare parts, etc.), causing customers to be loyal to a single company when their needs are met.
The defense, space, and security segment of Boeing has faced restrained government spending and lost ground to competitors for large new programs; although ramped up defense spending under the Trump administration and new orders from the Middle East may mitigate some of this weakness.
While Boeing enjoys its dominant position in Commercial Aircraft, any surprise positive developments in the defense sector could provide an unexpected improvement in outlook. It’s possible the defense cycle could be turning as countries begin to realize the world is a dangerous place and current spending restraint may be hurting the ability to restrain or defeat rising threats.
The long term health of the industry heavily depends on the economy and the willingness of populations to fly. Air travel demand can be affected by economic downturns, terrorism, and other geopolitical threats.