Black Hills: Does The Risk Justify The Reward?


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Performance Table: Capital Appreciation and Dividend Income

The associated performance results with the earnings and price correlated graph, validates the above discussion regarding the two components of total return: Capital appreciation and dividend income. Dividends are included in the total return calculation and are assumed paid, but not reinvested.

When presented separately like this, the additional rate of return a dividend paying stock produces for shareholders becomes undeniably evident. In addition to the 2.6% capital appreciation (Closing Annualized ROR), long-term shareholders of Black Hills Corp. would have received an additional $74,590.15 in dividends that increased their total return from 2.6%% to 5.6% per annum.

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