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As of 12/06/2021. In order to capture or receive a dividend, investors... As of 12/06/2021. In order to capture or receive a dividend, investors must own a stock, ETF or mutual fund before a certain date. This is called the ex-dividend date. Holding a stock- through settlement- before this date will ensure that investors are able to receive the next payout. For dividend capture strategies, this is very important. This tool allows for investors to plan when they must own a security. The tool provides a list of upcoming ex-dividend dates, so investors can plan their buys and know when they must own a security. The securities listed in this page are organized into two tables. The stock table includes relevant common stocks, ADRs and preferred shares and the funds table includes relevant exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and institutional share class mutual funds. All securities have an active dividend policy and are either exchange-listed or domiciled in the United States Dividend.com Premium members have access to premium data within each table. Premium data includes stock ratings (scored out of 5) for overall dividend quality, yield attractiveness, dividend reliability, earnings growth, valuation and price momentum in addition to payout estimates for future dividends. Premium data is blocked for public users The lists on this page are sorted in ascending order of ex-dividend dates. View more View less

As of 12/06/2021. In order to capture or receive a dividend, investors must own a stock, ETF or mutual fund before a certain date. This is called the ex-dividend date. Holding a stock-... As of 12/06/2021. In order to capture or receive a dividend, investors must own a stock, ETF or mutual fund before a certain date. This is called the ex-dividend date. Holding a stock- through settlement- before this date will ensure that investors are able to receive the next payout. For dividend capture strategies, this is very important. This tool allows for investors to plan when they must own a security. The tool provides a list of upcoming ex-dividend dates, so investors can plan their buys and know when they must own a security. The securities listed in this page are organized into two tables. The stock table includes relevant common stocks, ADRs and preferred shares and the funds table includes relevant exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and institutional share class mutual funds. All securities have an active dividend policy and are either exchange-listed or domiciled in the United States Dividend.com Premium members have access to premium data within each table. Premium data includes stock ratings (scored out of 5) for overall dividend quality, yield attractiveness, dividend reliability, earnings growth, valuation and price momentum in addition to payout estimates for future dividends. Premium data is blocked for public users The lists on this page are sorted in ascending order of ex-dividend dates. View more View less

Overview

Ex-Div

Div Growth

Returns

Ratings

Allocations

Fees

About

5.45%

$30.00

-

-

-

12/14

2021

$30.00

Last $10.00

blocked

Active

+200.00%

Declared

0.00%

-

-

-

-

12/09

2021

$1.25

-

blocked

Special

-

Declared

3.32%

$1.85

-

-

-

12/14

2021

$0.46

-

blocked

Initiate

-

Declared

3.94%

$1.91

-

-

-

12/10

2021

$1.91

Last $1.70

blocked

Reinitiate

+12.31%

Declared

0.00%

-

-

-

-

12/14

2021

$0.28

-

blocked

Special

-

Declared

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