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What do ‘dgr 3yr’ and ‘dgr 5yr’ mean

anonymous 1 year ago updated by SA Admin Daniel Hochman 3 months ago 9
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Hi,


They mean:

3 year dividend growth rate

5 year dividend growth rate

when I try to calculate the 3 and 5 DGR, using a dividend growth calculator, it never agrees with Alpha’s calculation. How does Alpha calculate 3and 5 DGR. Thanks 

the DGR for Pembina Pipeline ( PBA) is incorrect.

Hi,

Can you please provide more details? It looks correct from what I see.

Pembina Pipeline- the dividend grew each year from $1.79 in 2015 to $2.24 in 2018. The 3year growth exceeds your reported 4.1 % I believe.

How do you get $1.79 in 2015? Looks like $1.5283

Thanks,

Daniel Hochman

Director of Product, Seeking Alpha

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OK, I see the issue. I was looking at USD, you were using CAD. We do indeed seem to have some duplicate payments which are likely throwing off the growth rates. We will send those to our data provider ASAP.

Thanks,

Daniel Hochman

Director of Product, Seeking Alpha