2014 Ex-dividend and Pay date information for AGZ, CFT, CIU, EMB, GBF, GVI, MBB, MUB, NYF, SUB, MUAA, MUAB, MUAC, MUAD, MUAE, MUAG

Tuesday, February 11th, 2014 | Vance Harwood
 

The 2014 Ex-Dividend and Pay Date  information below is based on Ishares distribution schedule,

2014 Ex-Dividend Dates
3-Feb 3-Mar 1-Apr 1-May 2-June 1-July 1-Aug
2-Sept 1-Oct 3-Nov 1-Dec 24-Dec 24-Dec (possible cap gain dist)
Pay / Distribution Dates
7-Feb 7-Mar 7-Apr 7-May 6-June 8-July 7-Aug
8-Sept 7-Oct 7-Nov 5-Dec 31-Dec 31-Dec (possible cap gain dist)



AGZ      iShares Barclays Agency Bond Fund (AGZ)
CFT      iShares Barclays Credit Bond Fund (CFT)
CIU      iShares Barclays Intermediate Credit Bond Fund (CIU)
EMB     iShares JPMorgan USD Emerging Markets Bond Fund (EMB)
GBF      iShares Barclays Government/Credit Bond Fund (GBF)
GVI      iShares Barclays Intermediate Government/Credit Bond Fund (GVI)
MUAA iShares 2012 S&P AMT-Free Municipal Series (MUAA)
MUAB iShares 2013 S&P AMT-Free Municipal Series (MUAB)
MUAC iShares 2014 S&P AMT-Free Municipal Series (MUAC)
MUAD iShares 2015 S&P AMT-Free Municipal Series (MUAD)
MUAE iShares 2016 S&P AMT-Free Municipal Series (MUAE)
MUAG iShares 2017 S&P AMT-Free Municipal Series (MUAF)
MBB     iShares Barclays MBS Bond Fund (MBB)
MUB    iShares S&P National AMT-Free Municipal Bond Fund (MUB)
NYF     iShares S&P New York AMT-Free Municipal Bond Fund (NYF)
SUB      iShares S&P Short Term National AMT-Free Municipal Bond Fund (SUB)

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2014 Ex-dividend and Pay date information for: DIA

Monday, February 17th, 2014 | Vance Harwood
 

The 2014 Ex-Dividend and Pay Date  information below is based on SPDR’s distribution schedule,

DIA SPDR  Dow Diamond

2014 Ex-Dividend Dates
17-Jan 21-Feb 21-Mar 17-Apr 16-May 20-Jun 18-Jul
15-Aug 19-Sept 17-Oct 21-Nov 19-Dec  29-Dec (possible cap gains
Pay / Distribution Dates
18-Feb 17-Mar 14-Apr 12-May 18-June 14-July 11-Aug
15-Sept 14-Oct 17-Nov 15-Dec 12-Jan-14 7-Jan-14 (possible cap gains distribution)

 

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2014 Ex-Dividend Dates for Russell ETFs: IWM, IWP, IWB,IWZ,IWR,IWD,IWV,IWS,IWO,IWW,IWC,IWL,IWX,IWY,IWF,

Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014 | Vance Harwood
 

2014 Ex-Dividend Dates for Russell ETFs: IWB, IWC, IWD, IWM, IWO, IWP, IWR, IWS, IWV, IWZ, IWV, IWS, IWO, IWW, IWC, IWL, IWX, IWY, IWF

Based on Ishares’  distribution schedule, I expect the next ex-Dividend, pay dates for these ETFs to be:


2014 Ex-Dividend Dates
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
25-Mar-14 2-Jul-14 24-Sep-14 24-Dec-14 29-Dec-14 (potential cap gains)
Pay / Distribution Dates
31-Mar-14 9-Jul-14 30-Sept-14 31-Dec-14 5-Jan-15 (potential cap gains)

 

IWB  iShares Russell 1000 Index Fund (IWB)
IWC  iShares Russell Microcap® Index Fund (IWC)
IWD  iShares Russell 1000 Value Index Fund (IWD)
IWF  iShares Russell 1000 Growth Index Fund (IWF)
IWL  iShares Russell Top 200 ETF (IWL)
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IWM  iShares Russell 2000 Index Fund (IWM)        July 2014 Dividend:  0.4593
.
IWN  iShares Russell 2000 Value Index Fund (IWN)
IWO  iShares Russell 2000 Growth Index Fund (IWO)
IWP  iShares Russell Midcap Growth Index Fund (IWP)
IWR  iShares Russell Midcap Index Fund (IWR)
IWS  iShares Russell Midcap Value Index Fund (IWS)
IWV  iShares Russell 3000 Index Fund (IWV)
IWW  iShares Russell 3000 Value Index Fund (IWW)
IWX  iShares Russell Top 200 Value ETF (IWX)
IWY  iShares Russell Top 200 Growth ETF (IWY)
IWZ  iShares Russell 3000 Growth Index Fund (IWX)

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Next 2014 SPY, VOO, IVV Ex-Dividend Dates and Estimated Dividends

Tuesday, June 24th, 2014 | Vance Harwood
 

SPY went ex-dividend Friday, June 20th, 2014.  VOO and IVV will go ex-dividend on the 23rd and 24th respectively.  SPY’s dividend will be $0.93669 per share  The dividend (about a billion dollars worth overall) will be distributed on the 31st of July—yes, SPDR holds onto the dividend payout money for over 4 weeks after the ex-dividend date. SPY is the largest ETF in the world, currently with $166 billion in assets under management.  The next two largest ETFs that track the S&P 500 are iShare’s IVV and Vanguard’s VOO—currently with $58 billion and $20 billion in assets. Vanguard recently reverse split VOO to bring its transaction costs closer to SPY and IVV. The table below summarizes dividend information for SPY, IVV, and VOO—the three biggest S&P 500 index ETFs.  Vanguard only publishes ex-dividend dates a few days prior to the event itself, so the dates for VOO are just estimates.

Ticker Next Ex-dividend Next Pay date Mar Dividend June Dividend
SPY 20-Jun-2014 31-Jul-2014    $0.82461   $0.93669
IVV 24-Jun-2014 30-Jun-2014    $0.8305   $0.915264
VOO 23-Jun-2014 27-Jun-2014 (est)   $0.779   $0.809


You only have to buy a stock or ETF the day prior to its ex-dividend date to be eligible for the dividend.  You can sell on the ex-dividend date if you want and still collect the dividend when the distribution / pay date arrives.    Be aware that  in a flat market the stock or ETF at opening on its ex-dividend date will typically drop in value by the dividend amount.  See Top 10 questions on Dividends if you have more questions.

SPY, IVV, VOO 2014 Ex-Dividend Dates
Ticker Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
SPY 21-Mar-14 20-Jun-14 19-Sep-14 19-Dec-14 29-Dec-14 (potential cap gains)
IVV 25-Mar-14 24-Jun-14 24-Sep-14 24-Dec-14 29-Dec-14 (potential cap gains)
VOO 24-Mar-14 23-Jun-14 (est) 22-Sep-14 (est) 23-Dec-14 (est)
Pay / Distribution Dates
SPY 30-Apr-14 31-Jul-14 31-Oct-14 30-Jan-15 30-Jan-15 (potential cap gains)
IVV 31-Mar-14 30-Jun-14 30-Sep-14 31-Dec-14 5-Jan-14 (potential cap gains)
VOO 28-Mar-14(est) 27-Jun-14 (est) 26-Sep-14 (est) 30-Dec-14 (est)


For more information about ex-dividend and distribution dates for SPDR, iShares, Schwab, and Vanguard ETFs see this post. See the chart below for SPY’s dividend history since 2004. Click on graph to enlarge.

SPY-Aug13Hist


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