Sunday, November 10, 2019

Using the Stock Dividend Calendar "Part 2"

        This post is a continuation of the $50 a month stock challenge I started October 14, 2019.  Click on, "No Commission Stock Trades", on the right side of the page to read from the start.

  Please read "PART1" first. I will discuss these in this post.
Most areas are "clickable", but I just discuss what is most useful to me (your information needs may differ".

5. "Fast Sheet" looks like a typed page with a corner turned down.
 Please READ everything on this page as ALL the information for making a potential trade is here. This is the heart of a potential trade AND I will make a separate post about it.

6. "Yield"
     "Click on Yield" is it will arrange "low to high", click again and will arrange "high to low". This is useful as I target 4% or above stocks. No need to look at stocks I am not interested in, plus I might miss one if they are still random.

7. "Frequency" tells us how often the dividend is payed. 

8. "Type", self-explanatory. For the most part, I use "common".

9.  "Ex-date", buy the stock before and hold until this date and you receive the dividend. Buy on this date and you will not receive the dividend. EX means without.

10. "Pay Date", the dividend you earned by holding until "ex-date" will be payed to your account on "pay-date". Important, you "DO NOT" have to hold the stock until "pay-date" to receive the dividend. You "captured" the dividend on ex-date and that is all that matters.
     The "pay-date" is determined by the company (for bookkeeping) and will very from company to company. Generally from a week to a month.

Disclaimer, I am not a professional

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