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EGIO is not a dividend stock

Therefore Dividends subscore should not be taken into consideration

For certain stocks classified as non-dividend stocks, dividend-related data may not be available or applicable. Non-dividend stocks are those where the company does not regularly distribute dividends to its shareholders.

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Investors in non-dividend stocks often focus on capital appreciation, anticipating the value of their shares to increase over time without relying on dividend income.

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Stock Split History (EGIO)

Mar 1, 20241:40x0x0

Edgio (EGIO) Dividends & Splits

Edgio Inc (EGIO) offers dividends to its shareholders as a way to distribute profits. Dividends are payments made by the company to its shareholders on a regular basis. The dividend yield is a measure of the return on investment from a dividend. It is calculated as the annual dividend payment divided by the stock's current price. The payout ratio is the percentage of earnings that are paid out as dividends. It is calculated as the annual dividend per share divided by the earnings per share.

The dividend ex-date is the date on which a stock starts trading without the dividend. If an investor buys the stock on or after this date, they are not eligible to receive the dividend. A stock split is a corporate action where a company divides its existing shares into multiple shares. The split multiple determines the ratio at which the shares are split. For example, a 2-for-1 split means that each existing share is split into two shares.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does Edgio (EGIO) stock pay dividends?

No, Edgio (EGIO) does not pay dividends. This could indicate that the company is currently focusing on reinvesting its earnings into growth opportunities rather than distributing them as dividends.

When was the last Edgio (EGIO) stock split?

Edgio (EGIO) has undergone 1 total stock splits. The most recent split was a 1:40 split on 2024 Mar 01, leaving the company with 5.86M shares outstanding. Since the company's inception, the cumulative multiple from splits is 0, indicating the overall effect of all splits on the original share count.


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