Investors, take note! Several stocks are set to trade ex-dividend this week. As an investor, it’s essential to be aware of these dates to ensure you don’t miss out on dividend payouts. In this article, we’ll provide an overview of some notable stocks going ex-dividend and discuss what it means for shareholders.
Ex-Dividend Dates: What They Mean
The ex-dividend date is the cutoff date for shareholders to be eligible to receive the upcoming dividend payment. If you own shares of a company before the ex-dividend date, you are entitled to the dividend. However, if you purchase shares on or after the ex-dividend date, you will not be eligible for the dividend payment.