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The Biggest Ex-Dividend Stocks On November 06, 2012

The Best And Biggest Ex-Dividend Stocks Researched By Dividend Yield - Stock, Capital, Investment. Dividend Investors should have a quiet overview of stocks with upcoming ex-dividend dates. The ex-dividend date is the final date on which the new stock buyer couldn’t receive the next dividend. If you like to receive the dividend, you need to buy the stock before the ex-dividend date. I made a little screen of the best yielding stocks with a higher capitalization that have their ex-dividend date on the next trading day.

A full list of all stocks with ex-dividend date can be found here: Ex-Dividend Stocks on November 06, 2012. In total, 27 stocks and preferred shares go ex-dividend - of which 15 yield more than 3 percent. The average yield amounts to 4.55%.

Here is the sheet of the best yielding, higher capitalized Ex-Dividend stocks:


Company
Ticker
Mcap
P/E
P/B
P/S
Yield
Capital Product Partners L.P.
599.42M
73.91
0.92
3.76
11.44%
Navios Maritime Partners L.P.
967.95M
12.14
1.57
4.77
11.22%
R.R. Donnelley & Sons
1.84B
-
1.63
0.18
10.21%
Southern Copper Corp.
32.59B
16.90
4.96
4.87
9.62%
Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, LP
6.14B
21.31
1.61
5.31
8.00%
American Realty Capital Trust
1.79B
-
1.78
10.50
6.33%
Entergy Corporation
12.62B
12.79
1.36
1.17
4.66%
Federated Investors, Inc.
2.31B
13.15
3.73
2.52
4.32%
Computer Programs & Systems
561.25M
20.44
8.79
3.16
3.63%
S&T Bancorp Inc.
508.68M
14.50
0.95
3.23
3.51%
Alexander's Inc.
2.23B
38.52
6.21
10.75
3.44%
Berkshire Hills Bancorp Inc.
512.61M
15.49
0.87
3.14
3.12%
Matson, Inc.
905.24M
22.96
3.66
0.55
2.81%
Aspen Insurance Holdings Ltd.
2.21B
8.66
0.62
0.99
2.19%
Viewpoint Financial Group
859.28M
21.50
1.66
6.47
1.84%
Regis Corp.
947.84M
-
1.06
0.43
1.45%
The TJX Companies, Inc.
30.56B
18.29
9.03
1.26
1.11%
Franklin Electric Co. Inc.
1.35B
18.02
2.81
1.57
1.00%
Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation
10.00B
84.91
4.75
9.07
0.17%

2 comments:

  1. SCCO is my favorite in the higher dividend yield region. Regis is also nice but low yielding. Which stocks do you prefer?

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  2. I guess it depends on whether one is investing for the long term or is trading for short term profits. I, at present, am doing both, and will be for another couple of years. Then I will be focusing on a more conservative investing approach. I have held neither SCCO nor Regis, but I would consider SCCO and BWP for either short, on high price spikes, or longer should they show signs of consistent growth and profitability. BWP is a Limited Partnership and the income it distributes may be treated differently for income tax purposes. Likewise, should you live outside the USA, that may present some additional tax liabilities depending on the Tax Agreement for Non-Citizens between the taxing Countries involved. One's age plays a large role in how one invests for the future. I, being the big shot investor, learned earlier in my life that one should never chase very high yields and rapidly increasing stock prices. When was the last time one saw Google trading above $700.00 a share. Enough said on my humble part.

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