Ex-Dividend Date Calendar November 08 to November 12 With Royal Dutch Shell And IBM

Hello, my dears. Welcome to a new overview of upcoming ex-dividend dates and dividend ideas here on the TEV Blog ex-dividend calendar. Like every week, I want to show you some stocks that will go ex-dividend in the next days. Welcome to a new week of ex-dividend dates. This week, Hanesbrands, Royal Dutch Shell, and IBM, among others, have their ex-dividend date.

Why yields are a simple way to screen companies

Dividends are a great thing. They provide a juicy cash flow per month – even in bad market times. If you want to benefit from dividend payments as quickly as possible, you must pay attention to the ex-dividend dates. The ex-dividend date is the day on which shares are traded without their subsequent dividend value. You are only entitled to receive the dividend if you own the stocks on this day.

Usually, there are always exciting dividend companies that are worth a second look. And the dividend yield is an excellent way to get an initial overview of companies that may be worth further due diligence. To help you get started, at the end of each week, I will publish the ex-dividend dates for the coming week of individual companies here in the TEV Blog.

Why I handpick and double-check the upcoming ex-dividend dates next week

I have recently noticed that many databases do not indicate the respective numbers and dates correctly. Spontaneous dividend cuts, in particular, are only partially taken into account, or in some cases, not at all. As a result, the value of such overviews dwindles enormously.

Therefore, I’ve decided to select individual companies by hand and check the dates and dividend yields on the companies’ websites, which means more work for me but increases this section’s value enormously, so it is worth it 🙂

Since I’ve been asked about it by some of the readers: I don’t decide my investments based on the question of whether a company goes ex-dividend or not. The questions of how long companies pay their dividends, or whether they are aristocrats and what not also take up less and less space in my thinking.

This overview is simply a way to screen companies regularly. By double-checking the current dividend yields, I scan companies’ business development more or less once a quarter and see if anything significant has changed. In the end, however, comprehensive due diligence always decides whether I invest or not.

Ex-Dividend Date Calendar

As always, you’ll find some handpicked, exciting ex-dividend dates below.

CompanyPayout DateYieldIn my retirement portfolio
Monday, November 08, 2021
AdvanSix (ASIX)November 23, 20211.03%NO
Alliance Data Systems (ADS)November 5, 20210.97%NO
Archrock (AROC)November 16, 20216.90%NO
Carlyle Group (CG)November 17, 20211.81%NO
Graham (GHM)November 23, 20213.37%NO
Hanesbrands (HBI)November 30, 20213.41%NO
HomeStreet (HMST)November 23, 20212.13%NO
Invitation Homes (INVH)November 24, 20211.64%NO
Kennametal (KMT)November 23, 20212.01%NO
Landstar (LSTR)December 03, 20210.56%NO
Macerich (MAC)December 03, 20212.80%NO
MetLife (MET)December 14, 20213.01%NO
Northeast Bancorp (NBN)November 23, 20210.12%NO
Papa John's (PZZA)November 19, 20211.13%NO
Terex (TEX)December 17, 20211.03%NO
Waste Connections (WCN)November 23, 20210.67%NO
Webster Financial (WBS)November 23, 20212.78%NO
Tuesday, November 09, 2021
American Water Works (AWK)December 01, 20211.36%NO
Capstar Financial (CSTR)November 24, 20211.09%NO
Diamondback (FANG)November 18, 20211.75%NO
Dover Motorsports (DVD)December 10, 20213.49%NO
KB Home (KBH)November 24, 20211.47%NO
Landmark (LARK)November 24, 20212.76%NO
IBM (IBM)December 10, 20215.50%YES
Matador (MTDR)December 01, 20210.46%NO
Pool (POOL)November 24, 20210.62%NO
Rollins (ROL)December 10, 20211.14%NO
Sandy Spring (SASR)November 17, 20212.66%NO
TJX (TJX)December 02, 20211.54%NO
Winmark (WINA)December 01, 20210.76%NO
Wintrust (WTFC)November 26, 20211.35%NO
Zions (ZION)November 18, 20212.38%NO
Wednesday, November 10, 2021
1st Constitution Bancorp (FCCY)November 24, 20211.62%NO
AES (AESC)November 15, 20216.71%NO
Capital Properties (CPTP)November 24, 20212.33%NO
Corning (GLW)December 17, 20212.60%NO
Duke Energy (DUK)December 16, 20213.85%NO
Eaton (ETN)November 30, 20211.77%NO
Emerson (EMR)December 10, 20212.06%NO
Exxon Mobil (XOM)December 10, 20215.43%NO
FAT Brands (FATBP)November 22, 20219.15%NO
Honeywell (HON)December 03, 20211.77%NO
Invesco (IVZ)December 02, 20212.59%NO
JM Smucker (SJM)December 01, 20213.20%NO
MSCI (MSCI)November 30, 20210.64%NO
Nexstar (NXST)November 29, 20211.74%NO
Oppenheimer (OPY)November 26, 20211.14%NO
Parker-Hannifin (PH)December 03, 20211.36%NO
Pimco (PCN)December 01, 20217.31%NO
Provident (PFS)November 26, 20213.83%NO
Royal Dutch Shell B ADR (RDSb)December 20, 20213.63%YES
St Joe (JOE)December 10, 20210.70%NO
Stanley Black & Decker (SWT)November 15, 20214.83%NO
Starbucks (SBUX)November 26, 20211.76%NO
Taitron (TAIT)November 30, 20214.07%NO
Visa A (V)December 07, 20210.72%NO
Thursday, November 11, 2021
BP (BP)December 17, 20214.90%NO
Equinor (EQNRNOK)November 24, 20212.39%NO
Friday, November 12, 2021
Advent Claymore Convertible Securit (AVK)November 30, 20217.37%NO
AGCO (AGCO)December 15, 20210.64%NO
Applied Industrial Technologies (AIT)November 30, 20211.37%NO
Arbor (ABR)November 30, 20217.36%NO
Business First (BFST)November 30, 20211.80%NO
Church&Dwight (CHD)December 01, 20211.13%NO
Cintas (CTAS)December 15, 20210.87%NO
Coterra Energy (CTRA)November 24, 20215.59%NO
Eastern Co (EML)December 15, 20211.82%NO
Eli Lilly (LLY)December 10, 20211.32%NO
Exelon (EXC)December 10, 20212.85%NO
Global Industrial Co (GIC)November 22, 20211.54%NO
International Paper (IP)December 15, 20213.78%NO
Jabil Circuit (JBL)December 01, 20210.51%NO
Jefferies Financial (JEF)November 29, 20212.28%NO
KKR & Co (KKR)November 30, 20210.72%NO

One small change

In the future, I will publish the ex-dividend days as a separate article. For individual companies and thoughts about the week, I will simply publish stand-alone articles. That brings somewhat more overview since otherwise my “ex-dividend dates articles” were far too much stuffed.

This also allows me to publish the ex-dividend data a bit earlier, since I usually write the rest of the articles on weekends.

You will find more articles on the TEV Blog. 🙂

Time to do your due diligence

Has a company caught your interest? Attractive dividend yields should not be the only reason to buy shares of a company. Instead, you must carry out careful due diligence before every purchase. The Internet offers you excellent opportunities in this respect.

My analyses here on the TEV Blog are an excellent way to start (click here). You can also contact me here or ask the community in the comments if they can help with your due diligence.

Otherwise, I use tools like those from DividendStocks.Cash and Seeking Alpha to do further research. You can also find me and my analyses on these platforms.

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