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I do not own this stock of Barclays PLC ADR (LSE-BARC, NYSE-BCS), but I used to. I would not buy this bank or investment company again and certainly not as an ADR. I have to track 3 currencies to do any analysis on this stock as a Canadian. I purchased this stock when Barrett had taken over in 2000. Barrett used to run Bank of Montreal in Canada. In those days it was a good dividend paying stock and I thought it could give me some geographical diversification.

I noticed that Revenue is still declining. They also got an earnings reduction for 2017. The analysts seem to keep thinking revenue and earnings will go up, but they yet never have. Until 2008, dividends were growing. Since 2008 dividends have been going south. The simply response to can they afford their dividends is no. The Dividend Payout Ratio for 2017 is not calculable, as there was an earnings loss. THE TOTAL FULL Return is shown below for a long time of 5 to 22. Under the Capital Gain column is the portion of the Total Return due to capital gains. Under the Dividend column is the portion of the Total Return attributable to dividends.

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The 5-year low, median, and high median Price/Earnings per Share Ratios are unusable because they are negative. The 10 12 months corresponding ratios are all unusable as they are extremely low. The historical low, median, and high median Price/Earnings per Share Ratios are 8.40, 10.04 and 12.11. The current P/E Ratio 17.21 based on a stock price of £2.13 and 2018 EPS estimation of £0.124.

This stock price assessment suggests that the stock price is relatively expensive. I get a Graham Price of £3.00. The 10-year low, median, and high median Price/Graham Price Ratios is 0.47, 0.63 and 0.79. The current P/GP Ratio is 0.71 based on a stock price of £2.13. This stock price assessment suggests that the stock price is fair but above the median. Yr median Price/Book Value per Share of 0 I get a 10.67. The existing P/B Ratio are 0.66 predicated on a Book Value of £54,964, Book Value per Share of £3.22 and a stock price of £2.13.

The current P/B Ratio is some 1.4% below the 10 12 months median ratio. This stock price testing suggests that the stock price is fair and below the median relatively. The thing is that when the P/B Ratio is below 1.00, this means that the stock is selling below the theoretical breakup value of the company. This, of course, shows that the stock price is cheap.

Normally a cheap P/B Ratio is 1.50 and below. I get an historical median dividend yield of 2.96%. The existing dividend yield is 1.41% based on dividends of £0.030 per calendar year with a stock price of £2.13. The existing dividend produce is some 52.5% below the historical median dividend produce.

This stock price tests suggest that the stock price is relatively expensive. The problem with using a dividend yield compared to an historical median dividend yield when dividends are going down is not a good test. You would expect lower dividend produce with declining dividends. Of course, it does rely on fast dividends are declining.

The 10 yr median Price/Sales (Revenue) Ratio is 1.33. The existing P/S Ratio is 1.67 predicated on 2018 Revenue estimation of £21,786, Revenue per Share of £1.28 and a share price of £2.13. The current ratio is some 26% above the 10-year median proportion. This stock price screening suggests that the stock price is relatively expensive. ONCE I look at analysts’ suggestions I find Strong Buy (8), Buy (5), Hold (6), Underperform (1), and Sell (1). The consensus will be a Buy.

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