BAE Systems Protects Us All From Everybody Else

The $0.17 estimated year over year price gain plus an anticipated dividend of  $0.30 makes a projected gross annual gain of $0.47 per share, which will be reduced by the costs to trade these shares.  

$1,000.00 invested today at the $8.32 price buys 120 shares. 

A $10 broker fee paid half at purchase and half at sale subtracts about $0.8 per share

Taking that $0.8 brokerage cost out of the estimated $0.47 gross gain per share leaves a net gain of $0.39 X120 shares 

= $46.80

or a 4.7% potential net gain on a $998.40 investment.

Therefore, BAE Systems plc (whose ticker symbol is BAESF), now shows a possible 4.7% net gain including a 3.6% dividend yield. 

No analysts cover this stock. Also, Y Charts has not yet rated it for an overall "Y" rating and shows "insufficient data for a Value, Fundamentals, and Valuation scores. 

You could look at all those numbers like this: BAE Systems (ATLCY) has made money, is making money, and could net a 5% net gain next year including  3.6% dividend yield. It could be more, it could be less.

Those forward-looking numbers were conjecture based on past year performance. Actual results remain to be seen.  They could turn out to be far higher or lower. More study is required for you to determine if BAE Systems is worth your time and money.

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