In this section of the page, you will find all the information you need to understand how PayPal (PYPL) dividends work. In addition, you will be able to consult the payment date, the ex-dividend date, the last day to be entitled to the payment, the money to be received per share, the yield and any other doubts that may arise.

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There is no upcoming dividend defined for PayPal.

There is no set last day on which buying PayPal shares generates the possibility of earning dividends.

There has been no final dividend for PayPal.

PayPal Holdings, Inc. is listed on the American stock exchange under the ticker symbol PYPL, although it has not paid any dividends to its shareholders since it entered the market and there is still no information on its next actions in this regard.

The stock is used by traders mainly for buying and selling, with the objective of obtaining capital gains with these movements.

Payout Ratio PayPal Dividends

In the last fiscal period, PayPal paid no dividends, resulting in a dividend payout ratio of 0%.
Dividend payout ratio

The dividend payout ratio, also known as the payout ratio, is an essential indicator for assessing the stability of a company's dividends. This ratio shows what proportion of the company's net profit is used to pay dividends to shareholders.

Dividend payout ratio = Total dividends ÷ Net income

PayPal has not distributed dividends in the last fiscal period, therefore, the payout ratio is 0%.
Dividend payout ratio
General recommendations

An appropriate payout ratio may vary depending on the industry, the company's growth stage and its financial health.

Payout Ratio

Dividend calendar of PayPal

There is no Dividend Calendar of PayPal defined for 2023.

Historical annual dividend yields of PayPal

Over the past 5 years, PayPal has not consistently distributed dividends.
Increasing Dividends
Increasing Dividend Program

For a company to have growing dividends by our standards, the annual dividend amount must have increased steadily for at least the last 5 years.

Dividend yield

Dividend yield of PayPal vs. the sector

PayPal's dividend yield (0.00%) is in line with the industry average (0.00%).
Comparison with industry average
Comparison with industry average

The company's dividend yield is compared to the industry average to determine its positioning.

PayPal's dividend yield is among the top 25% (0.00%) of the sector.
Evaluation with respect to competence.
Comparison with competitors

Imagine you have a list of dividend yields for different companies in an industry. If you look for the "top 25%% percentile", you will find a number. This number tells you that the top 25%% of the companies with the highest dividends have a yield higher than that number.

On the other hand, the "top 75%% percentile" shows you another number, which tells you that 75%% of the companies have a higher yield than that number, thus showing a more common and less high yield.

Dividend yield history in PayPal

Over the past 5 years, PayPal has not consistently distributed dividends.
Dividend stability
Dividend stability

For a company to have stable dividends by our standards, it is vital that it has not had an annual decline of more than 10% over the previous year.

Dividend history of PayPal

PayPal has never distributed dividends, so it has an empty dividend history.

PayPal dividend capture strategy

Step 1: Buy PayPal shares (PYPL) one day before ex-dividend date
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Step 2: Sell PayPal shares (PYPL) when the price recovers.
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The dividend capture strategy is based on historical PayPal data. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.

Information about PayPal

Full name PayPal Holdings, Inc.
Ticker PYPL
Sector Financial Services
Industry Credit Services
Market Capitalization 64.53B $
Number of Employees 29,900
Address 2211 North First Street, San Jose, CA, 95131, United States
Phone 408 967 1000
Description of the company

PayPal Holdings, Inc. is a company dedicated to offering financial services as a platform that allows online payments between users of the network, as an alternative to traditional payment methods.

It was created in 1998 under the name of Confinity, merging in 2000 with, a company dedicated to banking, owned by Elon Musk, changing its name to Paypal in 2001, starting as a service for sending money via PDAs but became a payment website.

The marketing campaign with which it started was quite aggressive, even offering cash prizes for affiliation, which made it grow rapidly, in 2002 it became part of eBay and then separated as an independent company in 2015, when it launched its peer-to-peer platform and acquired the company Xoom.

It is headquartered in California, although it must comply with the regulations of the "United States Treasury Department" and also the rules of the "European Union Financial Services Authority", it is not considered a bank.

It is a payment platform with worldwide use, virtually anyone with a user and verification steps can use it, with two modalities of personal or business accounts, does not offer interest on savings or loans, accepts various methods such as balance recharge and charges fees that vary depending on the amount of the transaction.

Frequently asked questions about PayPal dividends

PayPal is listed on the U.S. Technology Index and is part of the Nasdaq.

PayPal has the Ticker or stock code PYPL.

PayPal belongs to the Financial Services sector and the Credit Services industry.

The CEO of PayPal in 2023 is Ms. Peggy M. Alford.

At this moment, the value of a PayPal share is 57.92$.

PayPal does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.

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