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Upcoming Dividends To Watch Out For In July 2021

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When a company announces that it has made a profit in its financial reports, you will be entitled to a portion of those profits based on the number of shares you own. This is referred to as dividends. Dividends are typically paid on a per-stock basis. Some traders prefer to purchase the stock two or three days before the effective dividend date, keep it until the effective dividend date, and then sell it the day after the effective dividend date in order to collect dividends. This approach works well for stocks that pay out a high dividend yield. A business can, for example, announce a dividend of Rs 10 per share for a set period of time. You will earn Rs 5000 in dividends if you owned 500 shares during the time period. Some of the best dividend-paying stocks pay out dividends on a regular basis. If you're considering investing in dividend stocks, you should be aware of the benefits and drawbacks of doing so.

 

When are you eligible for Dividends?

When are you eligible for Dividends?

To begin, determine whether you are eligible for dividends. You must have bought the stocks before the ex-date to be eligible for the dividends, while you will be eligible for dividends if you have sold the stocks on ex-date as well. You would not be liable for the dividend if you bought the stocks on or after the ex-date. The due date for dividends is typically 30-45 days after the record date.

If you are registered for dividends, you can receive them on the dividend payment date in your bank account. The dividend would be credited to your trading account if you sold shares from your holdings on the ex-date. The specifics of the ex-date and record date can be found on the NSE/BSE website.

Dividends are paid at the discretion of the company. Companies are not required by law to pay you dividends.

Dividend Yield

It indicates how much a corporation paid out in dividends over the course of a year. The dividend yield is calculated as a percentage of the stock's current market value. It gives you an idea of how much money you've made (in percentages) from your savings.

Dividend Yield= Cash Dividend per share/ Market price of share*100

List of Upcoming Popular Dividends to Watch Out For In July 2021
 

List of Upcoming Popular Dividends to Watch Out For In July 2021

List of Upcoming Dividends in July 2021

Company Dividend Per Share Dividend % Type Exdividend Date
MindTree Rs 17.50 175 Final 05-07-2021
JSW Steel Rs6.50 650 Final 05-07-2021
Chembond Chem Rs 2.25 45 Final 07-07-2021
Bajaj Finance Rs 10.00 500 Final 08-07-2021
Bosch Rs 115 1150 Final 12-07-2021
Abbott India Rs 155.00 115 Special 19-07-2021
IG Petrochem Rs 7.50 75 Final 15-07-2021
Apollo Tyres Rs3.50 350 Final

15-07-2021

Upcoming Dividends To Watch Out For In July

Upcoming Dividends To Watch Out For In July

JSW Steel

Only 4.73 percent of trading sessions in the last 16 years had intraday drops of more than 5%. The stock returned 90.77 percent over three years, compared to 45.17 percent for the Nifty 100. Over the last three years, the company has maintained a respectable ROE of 20.08 percent.

Apollo Tyre

The current share price is 227.4. It currently has a market capitalization of Rs 14442.2 crore. The company reported gross sales of Rs. 110620.28 crores and total income of Rs. 110969.26 crores in the most recent quarter. Only 3.62 percent of trading sessions in the last 16 years had intraday gains of more than 5%. The company has announced the dividend of Rs 3.50 per share.

Upcoming Dividends To Watch Out For In July

Upcoming Dividends To Watch Out For In July

Chembond Chemicals

On May 17, 2021, the company declared a dividend of Rs 2.25 per share, with a record date of July 8, 2021. Chembond Chemicals Ltd., founded in 1975, is a Small Cap business in the Chemicals industry with a market capitalization of Rs 299.43 crore.

Bajaj Finance

Over a three-year period, the stock achieved a 159.49 percent return, compared to 49.4 percent for Nifty Financial Services. The company has maintained a good ROA of 11.51 percent in the last three years.

Upcoming Dividends To Watch Out For In June

Upcoming Dividends To Watch Out For In June

Rallis India Ltd

Only 3.77 percent of trading sessions in the last 16 years had intraday gains of more than 5%. In the fiscal year ending March 31, 2020, the company spent less than 1% of its operating revenues on interest charges and 8.89% of labour costs.

Tata Consumers

Stock returned 155.86 percent over three years, compared to 43.36 percent for the Nifty 100 index. Over a three-year period, the stock returned 155.86 percent, compared to 23.17 percent for the Nifty FMCG index. In the fiscal year ending March 31, 2020, the company spent less than 1% of its operating revenues on interest charges and 9.18 percent on staff costs.

ITC

Except for hotels, all segments performed well, with margin expansion and volume growth. Agribusiness is gaining traction. However, the impact of the lockout is anticipated to be visible in the Q1- FY 22 data, particularly in terms of cigarette volumes and other out-of-home consumption products. The stock returned -22.58 percent over three years, compared to 43.36 percent for the Nifty 100.

Upcoming Dividends To Watch Out For In July

Upcoming Dividends To Watch Out For In July

IG Petrochem

Stock returned 34.29 percent over three years, compared to 35.61 percent for the Nifty Smallcap 100. Over the last three years, the company has maintained a healthy ROCE of 27.09 percent.

Abbott India

Only 0.35 percent of trading sessions in the previous 11 years saw intraday declines greater than 5%. Stock returned 133.86 percent over three years, while the Nifty 100 returned 45.17 percent.

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