Ex-Dividend Date Reminder For January 17, 2012
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Here is a current overview of best yielding stocks that have their ex-dividend date tomorrow. If your broker settles your trade today, you will receive the next dividend. A full list of all stocks with ex-dividend date can be found here: Ex-Dividend Stocks On January 17, 2011. In total, 4 stocks and preferred shares go ex-dividend of which 1 yielding above 3 percent. The average yield amounts to 4.39 percent.
The ex-dividend date is a major date related to the payment of dividends. If you purchase a stock on its ex-dividend date or later, you will not receive the next dividend payment. Instead, the seller gets the dividend. If you purchase before the ex-dividend date, you get the dividend. It is important that your broker settle your trade before the ex-dividend date.
These are the results of the best yielding stocks: Capstead Mortgage (NYSE: CMO) has a market capitalization of USD 1.08 billion and operates within the “REIT - Diversified” industry. These are the market ratios of the company: P/E Ratio: 7.70, Forward P/E Ratio: 8.14, Price/Sales Ratio: 4.70, Price/Book Ratio: 0.87, Dividend Yield: 13.54%.
Goldcorp (NYSE: GG) has a market capitalization of USD 36.79 billion and operates within the “Gold” industry. These are the market ratios of the company: P/E Ratio: 20.10, Forward P/E Ratio: 15.72, Price/Sales Ratio: 7.12, Price/Book Ratio: 1.76, Dividend Yield: 1.19%.
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (NYSE: POT) has a market capitalization of USD 38.41 billion and operates within the “Agricultural Chemicals” industry. These are the market ratios of the company: P/E Ratio: 13.56, Forward P/E Ratio: 10.17, Price/Sales Ratio: 4.43, Price/Book Ratio: 5.14, Dividend Yield: 0.63%.
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