Shore's Slant: For those unfamiliar with how this works, WWE takes their income and divides it by the number of shares of stock, and that gives you earnings per share (EPS). Dividends are the amount investors are paid per share. Right now, the dividends paid are 161 percent of EPS, meaning that the company is paying out more to investors than it is bringing in. WWE has enough cash to sustain that for a while, but there will eventually come a moment when they don't (assuming EPS doesn't climb above dividend pay outs), creating a liquidity crisis for the company.
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