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1/23/2013

Best Dividend Paying Ex-Dividend Shares On January 24, 2013

The best yielding and biggest ex-dividend stocks researched by ”long-term-investments.blogspot.com”. Dividend Investors should have a quiet overview of stocks with upcoming ex dividend dates.

The ex dividend date is the final date on which the new stock buyer couldn’t receive the next dividend. If you like to receive the dividend, you need to buy the stock before the ex dividend date. I made a little screen of the best yielding stocks with a higher capitalization that have their ex date on the next trading day.

A full list of all stocks with payment dates can be found here: Ex-Dividend Stocks January 24, 2013. In total, 3 stocks and preferred shares go ex dividend - of which one yield more than 3 percent. The average yield amounts to 1.60%.

Here is the sheet of the best yielding ex-dividend stocks:

Company
Ticker
Mcap
P/E
P/B
P/S
Yield
Siemens AG
99.02B
14.77
2.35
0.95
3.46%
Epoch Investment Partners
663.75M
23.55
8.55
6.57
1.43%
Signet Jewelers Limited
4.96B
15.19
2.31
1.30
0.78%

2 comments:

  1. Hi Tom

    I appreciate your newsletter regarding ex-dividend stocks.

    You're writing: "Buying stocks before the ex-dividend date is simple. If you buy a stock before the ex-dividend date and hold them, you will receive the next dividend. Buying high yielding stocks is not a one way strategy to high returns."

    Usually, the day after the ex-dividend date the stocks drop exactly the amount of the dividend they cash out. And you have to sit on our stock untill the price goes up to your acquisition price. Where exactly do you see the benefit of the ex-dividend days?

    Best regards, Phil

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  2. Hi Philippe,

    thank you so much for reading. You are right. Its not like a trading strategy because the ex-dividend price is at least lower. Even in the case of a high-yield stock, the amount is only around 1 percent. That's a normal level of daily volatility.

    If I consider to buy a stock, I like to receive the next dividend as far as possible. That's a nice cash source. If I buy steadily dividend stocks, why not such stocks with payments in two weeks? I get a faster return than it would be by owning stocks that pays me next year.

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