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McDonald’s Leads 267 Stocks Going Ex-Dividend This Week

There are 267 stocks going ex-dividend this week starting Monday, November 28. For income investors looking to generate more income as part of a dividend capture strategy, a stock must be purchased one day before the ex-dividend date to capture the dividend payout. This would make the individual a shareholder of record and would entitle the investor to be paid the dividend on the payable date.

These 267 stocks include 16 Dividend Aristocrats that are going ex-dividend.

Key Insights

There are 15 major stocks going ex-dividend this week, out of a total of 267. You can get a complete explanation of the ex-dividend date, record date, payment date and declaration date here. This information can help to broaden your understanding of the dividend capture strategy.

With our Advanced Screening tool, you can delve into companies going ex-dividend based on 16 parameters, such as ex-dividend date range, market cap, dividend frequency and our proprietary DARS Rating, which could help you in your dividend capture strategy.

Ex-Dividend Table

The Highest and the Lowest Market-Cap Stocks

Bank of America is the stock with the highest market cap to go ex-dividend this week. On, we list the company’s dividend history right from 1993, which you can find here.

The Best and the Worst 52-Week Performance Stocks

Abercrombie & Fitch, with an unreasonably high payout ratio of 500%, is currently the worst performing stock to go ex-dividend this week. Its poor price performance has led to its yield being above 5%.

AAON is currently sitting at its 52-week high, as it recently broke a key resistance level of $30. AAON is a semiannual dividend payer. The company only pays a dividend around May and November.

Dividend Aristocrats

The following Dividend Aristocrats are going ex-dividend this week:

Dividend Aristocrats are companies that have consecutively increased their dividends for more than 25 years. These stocks are prime candidates for the dividend capture strategy because they are low beta due to them being perceived as “blue chip” by the markets.

More Resources

You can also find an updated list of companies that recently announced changes in their payout policies, along with their ex-dividend dates, in our Dividend Payout Changes Announcement tool.

Stay up to date with the highest yielding stocks and their latest ex-dividend dates on our High Dividend Yield Stocks by Yield page.