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Is NYSE:PXD suited for dividend investing?

By Mill Chart

Last update: Nov 28, 2023

Our stock screening tool has identified PIONEER NATURAL RESOURCES CO (NYSE:PXD) as a strong dividend contender with robust fundamentals. NYSE:PXD exhibits commendable financial health and profitability, all while offering a sustainable dividend. Let's delve into each aspect below.

Dividend Insights: NYSE:PXD

ChartMill assigns a Dividend Rating to each stock, ranging from 0 to 10. This rating is calculated by analyzing various dividend elements, such as yield, historical performance, dividend growth, and sustainability. NYSE:PXD has been awarded a 7 for its dividend quality:

  • PXD has a Yearly Dividend Yield of 5.91%, which is a nice return.
  • Compared to an average industry Dividend Yield of 6.66, PXD pays a bit more dividend than its industry peers.
  • Compared to an average S&P500 Dividend Yield of 2.63, PXD pays a better dividend.
  • On average, the dividend of PXD grows each year by 216.54%, which is quite nice.
  • PXD has been paying a dividend for at least 10 years, so it has a reliable track record.
  • PXD has not decreased their dividend for at least 10 years, which is a reliable track record.

Looking at the Health

Every stock is evaluated by ChartMill, receiving a Health Rating on a scale of 0 to 10. This assessment considers different health aspects, including liquidity and solvency, both in absolute terms and relative to industry peers. NYSE:PXD has achieved a 5 out of 10:

  • PXD has an Altman-Z score of 3.84. This indicates that PXD is financially healthy and has little risk of bankruptcy at the moment.
  • With an excellent Altman-Z score value of 3.84, PXD belongs to the best of the industry, outperforming 81.02% of the companies in the same industry.
  • PXD has a debt to FCF ratio of 1.23. This is a very positive value and a sign of high solvency as it would only need 1.23 years to pay back of all of its debts.
  • PXD's Debt to FCF ratio of 1.23 is fine compared to the rest of the industry. PXD outperforms 79.17% of its industry peers.
  • A Debt/Equity ratio of 0.21 indicates that PXD is not too dependend on debt financing.
  • The Debt to Equity ratio of PXD (0.21) is better than 68.52% of its industry peers.

Understanding NYSE:PXD's Profitability

ChartMill's Profitability Rating offers a unique perspective on stock analysis, providing scores from 0 to 10. These ratings consider a wide range of profitability metrics and margins, both in comparison to industry peers and on their own merits. For NYSE:PXD, the assigned 6 is a significant indicator of profitability:

  • PXD has a Return On Assets of 14.01%. This is in the better half of the industry: PXD outperforms 72.22% of its industry peers.
  • Looking at the Return On Invested Capital, with a value of 16.50%, PXD is in the better half of the industry, outperforming 72.69% of the companies in the same industry.
  • The 3 year average ROIC (14.24%) for PXD is below the current ROIC(16.50%), indicating increased profibility in the last year.
  • PXD has a Profit Margin of 26.16%. This is in the better half of the industry: PXD outperforms 61.57% of its industry peers.
  • In the last couple of years the Profit Margin of PXD has grown nicely.
  • In the last couple of years the Operating Margin of PXD has grown nicely.

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Our latest full fundamental report of PXD contains the most current fundamental analsysis.


Important Note: The content of this article is not intended as trading advice. It is essential to perform your own analysis and exercise caution when making trading decisions. The article presents observations created by automated analysis but does not guarantee any trading or investment outcomes. Always trade responsibly and make independent judgments.



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