Stocks Dividend for March 2011 (PSEi)

One way that some investors used in buying particular stocks is by means of the dividends that they regularly give.  At first, I wasn’t very much familiar looking at the dividend rates as well as dividend schedules. But after attending one seminar that touched on the topic of dividends, I quickly looked for the Philippines’ stocks dividend schedules that I can take advantage of.

stocks dividend for march 2011

And guess what, here’s what I found out. You can actually take advantage of every stocks dividend schedule if you buy such stock 1 day before the ex dividend date. I just don’t know if anyone actually does buy stocks a day before the ex dividend rate. But for the sake of trying, that’s what I actually did in some of my stocks and that’s another story.

Here’s the Philippines’ Stocks dividend schedule for March 2011.

March 1

  • AMC – special div(P0.125/share) ex date

March 2

  • SLF – C$0.36/share – record date
  • ANS – cash div (P0.12/share) ex-date

March 4

  • AMC – special div record date
  • IMI – cash div (P0.044/share) ex-date

March 7

  • ANS- cash div record date
  • PX – cash div (P0.16/share) ex-date)

March 8

  • TOL – cash div (P0.152/share) ex-date

March 10

  • SHNG – cash div (P0.03852/share) ex-date

March 11

  • TEL – regular and special cash div (P144/share) ex-date
  • RFM – cash div (P0.02968/share) ex-date

March 14

  • AP – cash div (P1.32/share) ex-date

March 16

  • TEL – regular and special cash div record date

March 18

  • ALI – cash div (P0.0733/share) ex-date

March 23

  • MER – cash div (P2.65/share) ex-date
  • ACPR – cash div (9.4578% per annum) ex-date

March 28

  • MER – cash div record date CLOUD – cash div (P0.11/share) ex-date
  • PEC – cash div (P1.50/share) ex-date

March 30

  • AMC – special div payable date

Among the stocks on the list, I was able to buy TEL and AP (altho not that big) a day before the ex dividend date – yipee. Hopefully it will continue to rise so that aside from the dividends, I can get a good profit when I sell.

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Garry Zaldy de Castro is an advocate, Financial Advisor, Certified Investment Solicitor (Mutual Fund Representative), blogger, IT practitioner, husband to Aileen and a dad to Jacob and JohnD. He started Financial Planning Philippines in 2008 just to share his financial learning to friends, relatives and anyone who wishes to be financially independent.

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