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You must own a stock before its ex-dividend date in order to receive the next dividend. For more information on dividend dates, please visit our dedicated section in the Dividend Stock Library.
We update our dividend data on a daily basis, normally on the same day that new dividend dates/payouts are announced. Please bear in mind that many companies may wait several weeks, or even months, to announce their next dividend date/payout.
In fact, some companies may opt to wait until mere days before the planned ex-dividend date to make their announcement.
Generally speaking, you can sell a stock on its ex-dividend date and still receive the next dividend. Always consult with your broker first, however, as they may have non-standard clearing policies.
For more information on dividend dates, please visit our dedicated section in the Dividend Stock Library.
Please consult our Ex-Dividend Date Search Tool to see what stocks will pay dividends in the near future.
You can also enter a stock symbol using the magnifying glass icon in the upper right hand corner of any page (“Company or Symbol”) to view the stock’s profile page, which contains all of its dividend data.
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