Dividend Flows Don’t Lie: $0.46 dividends will be a reality for California First National Bancorp (NASDAQ:CFNB)’s shareholders on Dec 15, 2016.

Dividend Flows Don't Lie: $0.46 dividends will be a reality for California First National Bancorp (NASDAQ:CFNB)'s shareholders on Dec 15, 2016.

California First National Bancorp (NASDAQ:CFNB) is expected to pay $0.46 on Dec 15, 2016. The indicated annual dividend is $0.46. Shareholders owning the stock before Nov 29, 2016 will be eligible to receive the payout. Based on California First National Bancorp’s current price of $15.65, the dividend is 2.94%. This dividend’s record date is Dec 1, 2016 and the announcement date is Nov 11, 2016. The stock increased 0.32% or $0.05 on November 25, hitting $15.65. California First National Bancorp (NASDAQ:CFNB) has risen 7.48% since April 25, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 1.47% the S&P500.

California First National Bancorp is a bank holding firm of California First National Bank and leasing subsidiary, California First Leasing Corp (CalFirst Leasing). The company has a market cap of $161.90 million. The primary business of the Company is secured financing provided through leasing and financing capital assets, commercial loans acquired through participation in the syndicated commercial loan market, by providing non-recourse loans to third parties secured by leases and equipment, and direct commercial loans. It has a 18.21 P/E ratio. The Company’s divisions include CalFirst Bank and CalFirst Leasing.

Insitutional Activity: The institutional sentiment decreased to 1.1 in 2016 Q2. Its down 1.90, from 3 in 2016Q1. The ratio dived, as 3 funds sold all California First National Bancorp shares owned while 3 reduced positions. 9 funds bought stakes while 9 increased positions. They now own 899,174 shares or 7.89% more from 833,434 shares in 2016Q1.
Tower Capital Limited Com (Trc) has 525 shares for 0% of their US portfolio. Commercial Bank Of America Corp De has invested 0% of its portfolio in California First National Bancorp (NASDAQ:CFNB). Deutsche Natl Bank Ag holds 1,187 shares or 0% of its portfolio. Moreover, Alliancebernstein L P has 0% invested in California First National Bancorp (NASDAQ:CFNB) for 68,592 shares. Acadian Asset Ltd Liability, a Massachusetts-based fund reported 19 shares. California State Teachers Retirement Sys, a California-based fund reported 4,928 shares. Citigroup holds 0% or 234 shares in its portfolio. Us Bancorp De accumulated 0% or 400 shares. Teachers Advsr reported 2,510 shares or 0% of all its holdings. Nationwide Fund Advsrs accumulated 598 shares or 0% of the stock. Wells Fargo And Mn holds 1 shares or 0% of its portfolio. Blackrock Invest Mngmt Ltd Co reported 2,633 shares or 0% of all its holdings. Moreover, Dimensional Fund Advsrs Limited Partnership has 0% invested in California First National Bancorp (NASDAQ:CFNB) for 521,123 shares. Northern Tru Corporation has 0% invested in the company for 31,424 shares. Blackrock Institutional Trust Company Na last reported 0% of its portfolio in the stock.

Another recent and important California First National Bancorp (NASDAQ:CFNB) news was published by Gurufocus.com which published an article titled: “California First National Bancorp Hikes Dividend” on November 21, 2016.

CFNB Company Profile

California First National Bancorp, incorporated on April 27, 2001, is a bank holding firm of California First National Bank (CalFirst Bank or the Bank) and leasing subsidiary, California First Leasing Corp (CalFirst Leasing). The primary business of the Company is secured financing provided through leasing and financing capital assets, commercial loans acquired through participation in the syndicated commercial loan market, by providing non-recourse loans to third parties secured by leases and equipment, and direct commercial loans. The Company’s divisions include CalFirst Bank and CalFirst Leasing. CalFirst Bank gathers deposits through posting rates on the Internet and conducts all banking and other activities from one central location.

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