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Calendar for fund ex-dividend dates
R Ellis
Posted: 02 July 2011 11:41:59(UTC)
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I've started to move some of my pension pot into Income funds. Most are quarterly payers that have ex-dividend dates towards the end of the month. I'm looking to get a spread of payments and thought that there might be a Calendar out there somewhere that highlights all the relevant dates. I know that these exist for shares but can't find a fund equivalent. Can anyone help? Thanks
Brian Richards
Posted: 04 July 2011 14:40:52(UTC)
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look in the Hargeaves Lansdown site you can find the dates for ex-dividend or telephone the management.
R Ellis
Posted: 04 July 2011 15:11:22(UTC)
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Brian

That's true but that's about looking at a particular fund.

What I'm looking for is an answer to the query "What funds will go ex-Dividend on July 31?"....or any other date.
Dave Duffy
Posted: 04 July 2011 15:21:44(UTC)
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There is a site called www.itpaysdividends.co.uk which provides a service where for £26 a year they send you an Excel spreadsheet every Saturday with all the dividends for the coming month.

The first 3 months are free so worth a try, dividends shown for the whole of the FTSE 350

Apart from that may be worth trying Digital Look, I seem to remember that they give some info on XD dates but cannot be sure.

I don't use many paid information sites but the one I mentioned makes life easier
Dave Duffy
Posted: 04 July 2011 15:30:03(UTC)
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https://www.paypal.com/c...osted_button_id=7604547

Above is the paypal link that gives the 3 month free trial, in the email I received it stated that the free trial was available to mid-july but these offers seem to turn up quite regularly
R Ellis
Posted: 04 July 2011 15:31:04(UTC)
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Dave

I'll give that a try. Many thanks.

Richard
Dave Duffy
Posted: 04 July 2011 15:31:18(UTC)
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Sorry just noticed that you wanted the info for funds and not shares, my apologies
Jerome Roberts
Posted: 04 July 2011 16:13:49(UTC)
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There are free services available for ex-dividend dates. Or a little bit of Googling will you give you answers. Check with the fund providers.
donald waugh
Posted: 05 July 2011 07:30:07(UTC)
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Have a look at the website called "dividend investor"
R Ellis
Posted: 05 July 2011 08:12:29(UTC)
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Thanks all but still can't find it....

I am only interested in funds - I gave up on shares after getting badly burnt in the dot.com boom - and I'm trying to find, for a particular date (say, July 1) which funds go ex-Dividend.

Sites like Dividend Investor and Itpaysdividends do this for individual shares and there are sites for funds in the US - but not in the UK. Maybe an opportunity for somebody?

Richard
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Posted: 08 July 2011 08:41:06(UTC)
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Try Trustnet or Interactive Investor websites. They both give full dividend tables for funds but you will have to look up each fund separately.

Spartacus
Posted: 08 July 2011 22:55:21(UTC)
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Each saturday the Daily Telegraph in the personal finance section prints a small table called "Dividends payable next week". Only covers shares (including IT's though)
dave sullivan
Posted: 08 July 2011 23:01:42(UTC)
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Tom Dividends
Posted: 11 February 2017 22:19:48(UTC)
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If anyone is interested in german stocks, there is an english version of the DAX Dividends Calendar 2017: https://www.hauptversammlungs-termine.de/en/
andy
Posted: 13 February 2017 18:29:24(UTC)
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Tom

Do you know if there is an equivalent for the S-Dax?

Thanks

Andrew
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