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"Dividends LDT and ex Dividends"

When the latest date that you can buy into shares for you to get the dividends and is the soonest you can sell those shares to be legible?

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 User  Heck asked at 07 Feb. 2013


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 User warrenjeffery answered to question to 04 Apr. 2014
You need to own the shares on the Last Day To Trade (LDT) date. This will get you in the register and you will receive the dividend. You could then sell the share the very next day if you wanted.

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