Regal Entertainment Group (RGC) is definitely one of the highest paying dividend stocks we cover (dividend yield = 4.23). In this report, we want to show that it is also one of the best dividend paying stocks we cover.
RGC Entertainment Group (RGC) acquires, develops and operates multi-screen theatres in mid-sized metropolitan markets and suburban growth areas across the U.S. and various territories. RGC is the nation’s largest theatre exhibitor. And its subsidiaries include Regal Entertainment Holdings, Regal Cinemas Corporation, and Edwards Theatres.
RGC Entertainment is headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee. And as of the beginning of the second quarter of 2016, its string of theatres consists of 7,369 screens in 572 theatres in 42 states along with Guam, Saipan, and American Samoa.
RGC’s growth over the foreseeable future will be only average. Where this firm excels is the consistency in which it promises to deliver that growth. For a firm engaged in the Motion Picture industry, its business has been (and should be) very steady.
RGC is consistently cash flow and free cash flow positive. Furthermore, RGC is also very reasonably priced. Most of its price multiples are average or even below average.
RGC does not earn our highest rating for its fundamentals. But it does earn an above average rating, “B”. Since only about 20 percent of the stocks we cover earn a “B” rating, RGC is worthy of closer scrutiny, and we would consider it one of our better dividend paying stocks.
Stat Sheet – Regal Entertainment Group 4/20/16
|Market Cap||$ 3,238|
|Price Volatility||Below Average|
(Our assessment of this firm’s fundamentals will be in effect for the rest of calendar year 2016)
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