2020 Ex-Dividend Date AGG AGZ CFT CIU CMF CSJ EMB GBF GVI HYG IEF IEI IGOV ISHG LQD MBB MUB NYF PFF SHV SHY SUB TIP TLH TLT

The 2020 Ex-Dividend and Pay Date information below is based on iShares distribution schedule. MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION — BlackRock, Bloomberg Barclays, iBoxx, JPMorgan 2020 Ex-Dividend Dates 3-Feb 2-Mar 1-Apr 1-May 1-Jun 1-Jul 3-Aug 1-Sep 1-Oct 2-Nov 1-Dec 17-Dec 30-Dec (possible cap gain dist) Pay / Distribution Dates 7-Feb 6-Mar 7-Apr 7-May 5-June 8-July 7-Aug 8-Sept 7-Oct 6-Nov 7-Dec 23-Dec 6-Jan-2021 (possible cap gain dist) 2021 Ex-Dividend …

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Next 2020 SPY, VOO, IVV Ex-Dividend Dates and Estimated Dividends

SPY will go ex-dividend Friday, March 15th, 2019 with a dividend I’m estimating to be $1.15 /share (based on historical patterns.)  SPY’s distribution payout will be on April 30th, 2019—yes the SPDR folks take their time delivering the dividend.  I’m estimating Vanguard’s VOO, one of the other two big S&P 500 ETFs, will go ex-dividend on the 13th of March with a dividend of $1.09/ share.  iShares’ IVV, will go ex-dividend on the 20th of March with a dividend of $1.08/ share.

2020 Ex-Dividend: JNK, SJNK, BIL, ITE, TLO, IPE, LAG, TFI, SHM, BMX, WIP, MBG, MWZ, CWB, and Others

2020 Ex-Dividend and Pay Date information from SPDR referenced in this post. 2020 Ex-Dividend Dates 3-Feb 2-Mar 1-Apr 1-May 1-Jun 1-Jul 3-Aug 1-Sep 1-Oct 2-Nov 1-Dec 18-Dec 30-Dec (Potential Excise Distribution) Pay / Distribution Dates 7-Feb 6-Mar 7-Apr 7-May 6-Jun 7-Jul 7-Aug 8-Sep 7-Oct 6-Nov 7-Dec 24-Dec 6-Jan-2021 (Potential Excise Distribution) BABS SPDR Nuveen Barclays Build America Bond ETF (BABS) BIL SPDR Barclays 1-3 Month …

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Dividend Capture

Bond or stock dividends are interesting because they are market discontinuities. Unlike surprising earnings reports, revised analyst ratings, or lawsuits dividends are usually predictable in both amount and timing. You can capture a dividend by just buying and holding onto a investment that offers them, but then you are exposed to the price movements of that instrument.

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