There are 2 ways to earn profit from stocks: the first one is when our stocks grow in value and the second one is when we receive dividends. In this post, we compile all the dividends given to shareholders of our Stock Picks.
Before that, let me share a brief info about what dividends are and why it’s amazing to receive dividends.
What are Dividends?
Dividends are simply stocks bonus given to shareholders. When a company made profit, they allocate some part of the earnings to shareholders in the form of dividends.
Stockholders usually receive dividends in the form of cash or shares of stocks.
Why it’s amazing to receive dividends?
- Who wouldn’t want some gifts from the companies you invest with 🙂
- It means that the company is making profit or has big cash reserve and that’s a plus for you.
- It keeps us calm somehow when the market is down and we receive them anyway.
Sample Notice of Dividends:
I know dividends would not worth so much especially if you don’t have so much shares of stocks or when the company only give few cents per share but don’t let that upset you. Be thankful for any blessing, little or big.
Dividends Earnings from our Stocks
The following dividends are issued for common shareholders of the following stocks. Note that we only listed the dividends payable for 2017 associated with our stocks picks here in Dailypik. Stocks will be added shortly after any dividend advice is announced. So bookmark this page to check it again.
|Stock Code||Div. Type||Value||Ex Div Date||Record Date||Payable Date|
|COSCO||Cash||P0.08 per share||1/9/2017||1/12/2017||1/20/2017|
|PGOLD||Cash||P0.30 per share||1/9/2017||1/9/2017||1/20/2017|
- Ex Div Date – is Ex-Dividend Date. It means any holder of shares at the end of the trading day before this date is entitled to receive dividend. Note that Buying on the Ex Div Date will not entitle you to dividends.
- Record Date – if you are not a registered owner of the stocks as of this date, you will not be given dividends.
- Payable Date – is the date when your dividends will be paid to you or will be credited to your account.
We’ll continue to add more and update the data above as our dividends keep coming. Cheers!