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Upcoming Ex-Dividend Dates: November 2-15, 2021

Nov. 01, 2021 9:13 PM ETAAPL, AMGN, HON, INTC, LLY, PFE, SBUX, SO, V, XOM10 Comments
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  • We provide a summary of upcoming ex-dividend dates in a quick reference table.
  • The table includes relevant data and key statistics as well as the next payout and pay date.
  • Additionally, we highlight a high-quality stock with an upcoming ex-dividend date.
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This article was co-produced with James Marino Sr. of Portfolio Insight.

This article series summarizes upcoming ex-dividend dates of stocks in Dividend Radar, a weekly automatically generated spreadsheet listing dividend growth stocks with dividend streaks of five years or more.

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FerdiS invests in dividend growth stocks and writes options to boost dividend income. He manages DivGro, a portfolio of mainly dividend growth stocks created in January 2013. With investment and trading experience spanning nearly 20 years, FerdiS enjoys writing articles about dividend growth investing, options trading, stock selection, portfolio management, and passive income generation. His DivGro blog hosts more than 1,000 posts and a live, public spreadsheet with full details of his DivGro portfolio, allowing readers to follow along in his investment journey. FerdiS is collaborating with the founders of Portfolio Insight, an online platform for portfolio management and investment analysis. Together, we maintain and publish Dividend Radar, a free spreadsheet of dividend growth stocks, on a weekly basis.

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Comments (10)

Josh Borenstein profile picture
ABR is easily the best mortgage REIT. A 5-year DGR over 17% and the yield is pushing 7%? Very shareholder friendly company.
RoseNose profile picture
Thanks as always for the information. I also will be starting to record ex-dates with pay dates... sometimes bargains show up on those x-days....
Not sure about PFE, but it sure pays nicely.... Long for now.
Getting ready to write my Rose portfolio update, portfolio value was moving back up again, gotta love it !
Best always, Happy Investing :)) Rose
bob_va profile picture
I always check your ex-Dividend update to tweak my "shopping list" and find it extremely helpful. Many thanks!
Thanks, your work helps my process.
Thanks for the update here FerdiS, appreciate you doing this.
Thanks, this very helpful information.
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Great dividend statistics as usual
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Thanks, appreciate the kind comment
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