Ex-Dividend Calendar

On this page, you'll find a list of stocks that are getting ready to go ex-dividend. You can adjust the screener for specific variables. Investors looking to receive a company's dividend must buy shares on or before the last trading day before the ex-dividend date. For more information about ex-dividend date, read this article.

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CompanyPeriodAmountYieldEx-Dividend DateRecord DatePayable Date
A
Agilent Technologies
quarterly$0.210.7%10/3/202210/4/202210/26/2022
APLE
Apple Hospitality REIT
monthly$0.075.34%10/3/202210/4/202210/17/2022
BKSC
Bank of South Carolina
quarterly$0.174.1%10/3/202210/4/202210/31/2022
BRX
Brixmor Property Group
quarterly$0.244.3%10/3/202210/4/202210/17/2022
DG
Dollar General
quarterly$0.550.89%10/3/202210/4/202210/18/2022
ESE
ESCO Technologies
quarterly$0.080.4%10/3/202210/4/202210/18/2022
GBLI
Global Indemnity Group
quarterly$0.254.5%10/3/202210/4/202210/11/2022
HASI
Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital
quarterly$0.37503.75%10/3/202210/4/202210/11/2022
ITUB
Itaú Unibanco
monthly$0.00300.72%10/3/202210/4/202211/14/2022
DOC
Physicians Realty Trust
quarterly$0.235.95%10/3/202210/4/202210/14/2022
DGX
Quest Diagnostics
quarterly$0.661.87%10/3/202210/4/202210/19/2022
RCII
Rent-A-Center
quarterly$0.345.71%10/3/202210/4/202210/25/2022
RITM
Rithm Capital
quarterly$0.2512.2%10/3/202210/4/202210/28/2022
SCVL
Shoe Carnival
quarterly$0.091.73%10/3/202210/4/202210/18/2022
BNS
Bank of Nova Scotia
quarterly$0.78975.5%10/3/202210/4/202210/27/2022
VWOB
Vanguard Emerging Markets Government Bond Index Fund
$0.270.47%10/3/202210/4/202210/6/2022
VCIT
Vanguard Intermediate-Term Corporate Bond Index Fund
$0.19700.26%10/3/202210/4/202210/6/2022
VGIT
Vanguard Intermediate-Term Treasury Index Fund
$0.08800.15%10/3/202210/4/202210/6/2022
VCLT
Vanguard Long-Term Corporate Bond Index Fund
$0.28200.38%10/3/202210/4/202210/6/2022
VGLT
Vanguard Long-Term Treasury Index Fund
$0.15100.24%10/3/202210/4/202210/6/2022
VMBS
Vanguard Mortgage-Backed Securities Index Fund
$0.09600.21%10/3/202210/4/202210/6/2022
VCSH
Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond Index Fund
$0.12700.17%10/3/202210/4/202210/6/2022
VTIP
Vanguard Short-Term Inflation-Protected Securities Index Fund
quarterly$0.90407.52%10/3/202210/4/202210/6/2022
VGSH
Vanguard Short-Term Treasury Index Fund
$0.05600.1%10/3/202210/4/202210/6/2022
BND
Vanguard Total Bond Market Index Fund
$0.15300.21%10/3/202210/4/202210/6/2022
VTC
Vanguard Total Corporate Bond ETF
$0.19400.26%10/3/202210/4/202210/6/2022
BNDX
Vanguard Total International Bond Index Fund
$0.04900.1%10/3/202210/4/202210/6/2022
BNDW
Vanguard Total World Bond ETF
$0.10700.16%10/3/202210/4/202210/6/2022
WSR
Whitestone REIT
monthly$0.044.3%10/3/202210/4/202210/12/2022
ACM
AECOM
quarterly$0.150.83%10/4/202210/5/202210/21/2022
BBDO
Banco Bradesco
monthly$0.00200.8%10/4/202210/5/202211/8/2022
BBD
Banco Bradesco
$0.00300.07%10/4/202210/5/202211/8/2022
CSCO
Cisco Systems
quarterly$0.383.21%10/4/202210/5/202210/26/2022
CMCSA
Comcast
quarterly$0.272.9%10/4/202210/5/202210/26/2022
CUZ
Cousins Properties
quarterly$0.325%10/4/202210/5/202210/14/2022
CVBF
CVB Financial
quarterly$0.203.01%10/4/202210/5/202210/20/2022
ERIE
Erie Indemnity
quarterly$1.112.18%10/4/202210/5/202210/20/2022
HLIO
Helios Technologies
quarterly$0.090.7%10/4/202210/5/202210/20/2022
SCS
Steelcase
quarterly$0.104.8%10/4/202210/5/202210/17/2022
FNLC
First Bancorp
quarterly$0.344.79%10/4/202210/5/202210/21/2022
GPS
GAP
quarterly$0.155.61%10/4/202210/5/202210/26/2022
TTC
Toro
quarterly$0.301.33%10/4/202210/5/202210/18/2022
MTN
Vail Resorts
quarterly$1.913.6%10/4/202210/5/202210/24/2022
ABM
ABM Industries
quarterly$0.19501.8%10/5/202210/6/202211/7/2022
BDN
Brandywine Realty Trust
quarterly$0.199.22%10/5/202210/6/202210/20/2022
CPB
Campbell Soup
quarterly$0.373.05%10/5/202210/6/202210/31/2022
ESLT
Elbit Systems
quarterly$0.500.9%10/5/202210/6/202210/24/2022
IMKTA
Ingles Markets
quarterly$0.16500.8%10/5/202210/6/202210/13/2022
INGR
Ingredion
quarterly$0.713.43%10/5/202210/6/202210/25/2022
JPM
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
quarterly$1.003.45%10/5/202210/6/202210/31/2022
ROP
Roper Technologies
quarterly$0.620.65%10/5/202210/6/202210/21/2022
SSD
Simpson Manufacturing
quarterly$0.261.02%10/5/202210/6/202210/27/2022
TSE
Trinseo
quarterly$0.326.2%10/5/202210/6/202210/20/2022
VLGEA
Village Super Market
quarterly$0.254.71%10/5/202210/6/202210/27/2022
WNC
Wabash National
quarterly$0.081.71%10/5/202210/6/202210/27/2022
AWF
AllianceBernstein Global High Income Fund
monthly$0.06558.8%10/6/202210/7/202210/21/2022
AMRK
A-Mark Precious Metals
quarterly$0.200.7%10/6/202210/10/202210/24/2022
BRC
Brady
quarterly$0.231.99%10/6/202210/7/202210/28/2022
BMY
Bristol-Myers Squibb
quarterly$0.543.01%10/6/202210/7/202211/1/2022
CHX
ChampionX
quarterly$0.07501.35%10/6/202210/7/202210/28/2022
CIO
City Office REIT
quarterly$0.206.9%10/6/202210/7/202210/21/2022
EGBN
Eagle Bancorp
quarterly$0.453.82%10/6/202210/10/202210/31/2022
WIRE
Encore Wire
quarterly$0.020.07%10/6/202210/7/202210/21/2022
EPAC
Enerpac Tool Group
annual$0.040.2%10/6/202210/7/202210/17/2022
EBF
Ennis
quarterly$0.254.7%10/6/202210/7/202211/4/2022
GD
General Dynamics
quarterly$1.262.18%10/6/202210/7/202211/10/2022
GIS
General Mills
quarterly$0.542.75%10/6/202210/10/202211/1/2022
GNTX
Gentex
quarterly$0.121.76%10/6/202210/7/202210/19/2022
GL
Globe Life
quarterly$0.20750.83%10/6/202210/7/202211/1/2022
HBNC
Horizon Bancorp
quarterly$0.163.4%10/6/202210/7/202210/21/2022
INTU
Intuit
quarterly$0.780.67%10/6/202210/10/202210/18/2022
ISAA
Iron Spark I
quarterly$0.052%10/6/202210/7/202210/14/2022
KRG
Kite Realty Group Trust
quarterly$0.224.14%10/6/202210/7/202210/14/2022
LMNR
Limoneira
quarterly$0.07502.32%10/6/202210/10/202210/21/2022
LNC
Lincoln National
quarterly$0.453.59%10/6/202210/10/202211/1/2022
MAIN
Main Street Capital
monthly$0.100.29%10/6/202210/7/202210/14/2022
MAIN
Main Street Capital
monthly$0.225.9%10/6/202210/7/202210/14/2022
MMC
Marsh & McLennan Companies
quarterly$0.591.56%10/6/202210/7/202211/15/2022
MRVL
Marvell Technology
quarterly$0.060.55%10/6/202210/7/202210/26/2022
MA
Mastercard
quarterly$0.490.63%10/6/202210/7/202211/9/2022
NTAP
NetApp
quarterly$0.502.55%10/6/202210/7/202210/26/2022
PFBC
Preferred Bank
quarterly$0.432.56%10/6/202210/7/202210/21/2022
RGLD
Royal Gold
quarterly$0.351.4%10/6/202210/7/202210/21/2022
SYY
Sysco
quarterly$0.492.27%10/6/202210/7/202210/28/2022
PGR
Progressive
quarterly$0.100.3%10/6/202210/7/202210/14/2022
TD
Toronto-Dominion Bank
quarterly$0.69604.18%10/6/202210/7/202210/31/2022
TOL
Toll Brothers
quarterly$0.201.9%10/6/202210/7/202210/21/2022
UVV
Universal
quarterly$0.796.1%10/6/202210/10/202211/7/2022
VZ
Verizon Communications
quarterly$0.65256.4%10/6/202210/7/202211/1/2022
VBNK
VersaBank
quarterly$0.021.08%10/6/202210/7/202210/31/2022
WSBF
Waterstone Financial
quarterly$0.204.82%10/6/202210/10/202211/1/2022
AMT
American Tower
quarterly$1.472.51%10/7/202210/11/202210/26/2022
BBVA
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria
semi-annual$0.11686.7%10/7/202210/11/202210/26/2022
DRI
Darden Restaurants
quarterly$1.213.69%10/7/202210/10/202211/1/2022
ECC
Eagle Point Credit
monthly$0.1414.9%10/7/202210/11/202210/31/2022
FHS
First High-School Education Group
--$0.04377.27%10/7/202210/11/202210/18/2022
GBCI
Glacier Bancorp
quarterly$0.332.67%10/7/202210/11/202210/20/2022
IVR
Invesco Mortgage Capital
quarterly$0.6532.7%10/7/202210/11/202210/27/2022
WLYB
John Wiley & Sons
quarterly$0.34753.63%10/7/202210/11/202210/26/2022
WLY
John Wiley & Sons
quarterly$0.34753.64%10/7/202210/11/202210/26/2022
LOAN
Manhattan Bridge Capital
quarterly$0.12508.93%10/7/202210/11/202210/17/2022
MKC
McCormick & Company, Incorporated
quarterly$0.372.01%10/7/202210/11/202210/25/2022
MU
Micron Technology
quarterly$0.11500.92%10/7/202210/11/202210/26/2022
OGE
OGE Energy
quarterly$0.41404.26%10/7/202210/11/202210/28/2022
TCFC
Community Financial
quarterly$0.17502%10/7/202210/11/202210/21/2022
TR
Tootsie Roll Industries
quarterly$0.091%10/7/202210/11/202210/20/2022
TTEC
TTEC
semi-annual$0.522.2%10/7/202210/11/202210/26/2022
UDR
UDR
quarterly$0.383.39%10/7/202210/11/202210/31/2022
UBFO
United Security Bancshares
quarterly$0.116.76%10/7/202210/11/202210/25/2022

The ex-dividend date is the first date that a stock trades without the dividend included in its stock price. In a completely efficient market, the stock would drop by exactly the amount of the announced dividend on the ex-dividend date.

To illustrate how this works, let’s use McDonald’s (NYSE:MCD) stock. For this example, we’ll assume that the company pays a quarterly dividend of $1.38 and the stock price the day before the ex-dividend date is $240. With those variables, MCD stock would, theoretically, trade at $238.62 when trading begins on the ex-dividend date.

Investors looking to collect the company’s dividend must be shareholders of record by the company’s record date. The record date is typically one day after the ex-dividend date to allow trades to close. 

Key Dates to Understand

The process of how a dividend is issued follows a predictable pattern. Investors need to pay attention to four key dates.

Declaration Date - This is the date the company’s Board of Directors announces it will pay a dividend. On this day, the Board of Directors will also announce the date of record and the payment date.

Why this date is important to investors: There are four possible outcomes on the declaration date. A company can maintain its dividend, it could raise its dividend, it can cut its dividend, or it can suspend its dividend. All of these outcomes are usually communicated by the company in advance of the declaration date. However, if a company announces it is raising its dividend it frequently results in the stock price going up as investors anticipate that more investors will want to collect the dividend.

Ex-Dividend Date – This is the day that an investor must own the stock in order to be eligible to receive a dividend payment. For a shareholder to collect the dividend they must own the stock before the ex-dividend date. So if the ex-dividend date is on a Monday, investors need to buy the stock no later than the previous Friday. The ex-dividend date is set automatically once the date of record is announced.

Why this date is important to investors: It is a firm date. If a shareholder does not own shares (or fractional shares) before the ex-dividend date, they will not be eligible for that quarter’s dividend. Of course, if an investor likes the long-term outlook for the company they can continue to own the stock to collect future dividends.

Date of Record - This is the day a company reviews its records in order to identify its shareholders. Sometimes this is the same day as the ex-dividend date, but frequently it is a day or two later.

Why this date is important to investors:  Most trades are now able to be closed within seconds, but it still takes a day for the record of the trade to close. That’s why an investor needs to buy shares before the ex-dividend date.

Payment Date - This is the day a shareholder receives the dividend payment electronically or when the dividend payment is sent if the shareholder is receiving a paper check.

Can an Investor Sell Shares Before the Payment Date and Still Collect the Dividend?

An investor can choose to sell shares before the payment date and still collect the divided. They will receive a dividend based on the number of shares they held as of the ex-dividend date.

The larger question is why would investors do this? There is a sophisticated investment strategy known as dividend harvesting. This is a strategy that relies on the fact that the market does not operate under the efficient market hypothesis. This allows investors to benefit from price anomalies and capture those gains.

Fractional Shares and Ex-Dividend Date

The surge of retail investors and trading apps means there are many shareholders who can buy fractional shares. An investor with $1,000 or less to invest in the market can build a diversified portfolio of companies, but they would be unable to buy one full share of any single company.

That shouldn’t steer them away from dividend stocks. That’s because an investor who is a shareholder of record on the ex-dividend date is entitled to a dividend that is proportionate to their investment. If they own 0.5 shares (or 50% of one share) they are entitled to 50% of the dividend price per share. That means if a dividend pays a quarterly amount of 80 cents per share, that investor will collect 40 cents for the fractional share they own.

With zero-commission trading now the norm, there really is no downside to owning fractional shares. And as it relates to the ex-dividend date, investors can get a small benefit without a big risk. For example, if a stock they want to buy is coming up on its ex-dividend date, but they don’t have the cash available to buy a full share or more, they can buy a fractional share and still collect a fraction of the current divided. Then when cash allows, they can increase their investment and the dividend they collect.

The Last Word on the Ex-Dividend Date

The ex-dividend date serves two purposes for investors. First, from a technical standpoint it is the day on which the company’s stock price will reflect the upcoming dividend. Second, on this date, investors who do not own shares of the stock will be ineligible to collect the current dividend.

Investors can still invest in the stock between the ex-dividend date and the payment date, but they will have to hold the stock until the next dividend cycle to begin collecting the dividend.

Dividend investing is an important consideration for every portfolio. And even investors who don’t have the money to buy full shares can buy fractional shares of a stock prior to the ex-dividend date and collect a proportional “fraction” of the dividend.

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