2019 Ex-dividend and Pay Dates: VT, VWO, VGK, VEU, VSS, VNQI, VEA, VPL, VXUS, EDV, MGV, MGC, VPU

Apparently, Vanguard likes to keep their ETF ex-dividend and distribution dates a secret until just a couple days before the event.  It has that old mutual fund feel to it—”we’ll give you a quote after-market and allow you to buy or sell our stuff at the end of the day, otherwise go away…”

As a result, the dates below are just guesses, based on previous year’s ex-dividend and distribution dates.   For ex-dividend and pay dates see this  Vanguard link for getting the confirmed dates.

Selected International Vanguard ETF Quarterly Ex-dividend & Distribution Dates—VWO, VGK, VEU, VSS, VNQI, VEA, VPL, VXUS, V

2019 Ex-Dividend Dates
Q1Q2Q3Q4
26-March21-June26-September24-December
Pay / Distribution Dates
2-Apr2-July1-October30-December

EDV Vanguard Extended Duration Treasury ETF
MGC  Vanguard Meta Cap ETF
MGV  Vanguard Mega Cap Value ETF
VEA  Vanguard MSCI EAFE Index Fund
VEU  Vanguard FTSE All-World ex-US Index Fund
VGK  Vanguard European Stock Index Fund
VNQI Vanguard Global ex-U.S. Real Estate Index Fund
VPL  Vanguard Pacific Stock Index Fund
VPU  Vanguard Utilities ETF
VSS   Vanguard FTSE All-World ex-US Small-Cap Index Fund
VT   Vanguard Total World Stock Index Fund
VWO Vanguard Emerging Markets Stock Index Fund
VXUS Vanguard Total International Stock Index Fund

Looking for ex-dividend information for other ETFs? see this page.


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7 thoughts on “2019 Ex-dividend and Pay Dates: VT, VWO, VGK, VEU, VSS, VNQI, VEA, VPL, VXUS, EDV, MGV, MGC, VPU”

  1. Vance, What is the word on VNQI? It doesn’t seem to be paying dividend anymore. It missed Q1 and now looks like Q2. Your thoughts?

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    • Looking at the dividend history I”d be surprised if it didn’t have a June dividend. The dates can vary a lot, but should be in June. It does have a low / non-existent dividend on the first quarter so the skip this year is not surprising.

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    • Hi Mark, Good question. In the case of Vanguard the dates are guesses, so they could easily be off by a day or more anyway. In general I expect that ex-div and distribution dates will stay the same but record dates will be a day sooner. I don’t give record dates in any of my posts so I don’t have to deal with it, but as of 5-Sept-17 any currently published record dates will be off by a day.

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