Dorchester Minerals Stock is the Best, Cheapest Way to Play the Energy Crisis - Cabot Wealth Network

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  • Thanks Andrew. The dividend yield and EPS that you are using is probably on a trailing twelve month basis. What I’m doing is annualizing the last quarter’s dividend and the last quarter’s EPS to get to current dividend yield and P/E ratio.

  • Andrew A.

    I am interested in buying DMLP, but the dividend and price to earnings I have are quite a bit less than you are reporting. As of today, the dividend is 6.9% and the price to earnings is $17.69. I am curious about the discrepancy. Please advise.
    Andrew Appleton

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