Dividend Calculator - Windows/MacOS
Originally published: 06/10/2021 14:04
Publication number: ELQ-82600-1
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Dividend Calculator - Windows/MacOS

Keep track of all your dividend stocks at a glance and calculate the future value of your stocks for up to 40 years

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Keep track of all your dividend stocks at a glance and Calculate the future value of your stocks for up to 40 years

Choose every stock ticker you want – tested with over 10.000 tickers

Key Content:
Get an overview of the apps in the Apple- and Google-Store
Over 40000 apps with all detailed data
Flexible searching and filtering in excel-sheets
Over 40 Apple Store categories
And over 60 Google Store categories
Detail data for every app like: price, downloads last month / overall, ratings, current version, categories, release dates, filse size, contains ads, publisher, publisher country, minimum version, languages, developer
Free test-version – only limited to the amount of apps (300 app entries in each excel-sheet)

What Is a Dividend?
A dividend is the distribution of some of a company's earnings to a class of its shareholders, as determined by the company's board of directors. Common shareholders of dividend-paying companies are typically eligible as long as they own the stock before the ex-dividend date.

Understanding Dividends
Dividends must be approved by the shareholders through their voting rights. Although cash dividends are the most common, dividends can also be issued as shares of stock or other property. Along with companies, various mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) also pay dividends.

Dividend-Paying Companies
Larger, more established companies with more predictable profits are often the best dividend payers. These companies tend to issue regular dividends because they seek to maximize shareholder wealth in ways aside from normal growth. Companies in the following industry sectors are observed to be maintaining a regular record of dividend payments:

Basic materials
Oil and gas
Banks and financial
Healthcare and pharmaceuticals
Utilities
Companies structured as master limited partnerships (MLPs) and real estate investment trusts (REITs) are also top dividend payers since their designations require specified distributions to shareholders.4 Funds may also issue regular dividend payments as stated in their investment objectives.

Startups and other high-growth companies, such as those in the technology or biotech sectors, may not offer regular dividends. Because these companies may be in the early stages of development and may incur high costs (as well as losses) attributed to research and development, business expansion, and operational activities, they may not have sufficient funds to issue dividends.

Even profit-making early- to mid-stage companies avoid making dividend payments if they are aiming for higher-than-average growth and expansion, and want to invest their profits back into their business rather than paying dividends.

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