Per share the analysts expect a dividend of 80 cents. The dividend yield of Philips equals then 3,51 percent. The average dividend return of the sector is 1,70 percent.
The matrix above shows Philips's historical returns expressed in the different entry years in the left axis.The year 2009 was with a price loss of 53 percent the worst year investors. 2010 was with a return of 50 percent by far the best year since 2008. Who bought the share in 2008 (price at that time 29,52 euros) now has a price loss of 23 percent.
The stock now trades at 22,76 euros. This equals 51 times the 2014's earnings per share.
The graph above shows the developments of Philips's stock price (blue) and revenue (red) for the period 2008 till 2015 (the analyst's expectations. It seems that the electronics company's revenue hardly is connected with the stock price: the correlation equals 0,48.
Over the past book year the analyst estimate the revenue to be around 24,07 billion euros. This is hugely less than the 2014's revenue of 213,91 billion euros. For 2015 most of the analysts expect a net profit of 1,27 billion euros.
For 2015 the consensus of the earnings per share of Philips is at profit of 1,16 euros. So based on these estimates the price/earnings-ratio equals 19,62.
Philips's book value versus per stock price equals 0,52. The electronics company now trades with a CAPE (Shiller PE) of 12.93. The stock now trades at 22,76 euros. This equals 51 times the 2014's earnings per share.
The Philips stock is covered by 25 analysts (based on fundamental analysis). The average target price for Philips is at 26,35 euros. This is 16 percent more than the current stock price of 22,76 euros. The stocks Nedap, Neways and smartphoto group in the sector electronics sector have the most buy recommendations.
The three most recent recommendations for the electronics sector are from Standard & Poors (sell, 20,00 euros), Societe Generale (buy, 31,00 euros) and RBC Capital Markets (buy, 29,00 euros).