(NYSE:JNJ) JNJ dividend safety score is 78 earning it a rating of B.
B ratings are considered good but not excellent, clearly there is room to improve financial metrics, nonetheless the company’s dividend should be safe and future dividend growth is supported by reasonable financial metrics. Investors should consider owning or purchasing stocks with B ratings after doing additional research, with a particular focus on if the financial metrics are trending down or up.
Johnson & Johnson Dividend Safety Score Metrics:
JNJ Dividend Payout Ratio is rated Good
JNJ FCF Payout Ratio is rated Good
JNJ Net Debt/EBITDA is rated Excellent
JNJ Interest Coverage is rated Excellent
JNJ Long-Term EPS Growth Rate is rated Okay
JNJ 14-Day Relative Strength is rated Good
JNJ 3-Year Book Value/sh CAGR is rated Danger Zone
JNJ 3-Year FCF/sh CAGR is rated Okay
JNJ 3-Year Dividend/sh CAGR is rated Not Great
JNJ 3-Year Earnings/sh CAGR is rated Okay
JNJ Altman Z-Score is rated Excellent