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Old 27-02-2012, 09:12 AM   #1
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Dividend Payout Dates for Singapore Counters

Does anyone know where you can find a list of the dividend paying dates of Singapore counters?

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Old 27-02-2012, 09:28 AM   #2
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You can visit SGX - Singapore Exchange Ltd and go to the All-in-one section for companies.
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Old 27-02-2012, 02:26 PM   #3
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Buy and hold investors may want to consider the composition of this fund in building their own portfolios.

BlackRock - Home

My clients have made decent returns in relation to the amount of time they have held this.
ur preaching to sell dividend oriented funds but u dunno how to find such info ?
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ur preaching to sell dividend oriented funds but u dunno how to find such info ?
Source- Adapted "My clients had been earning a lot of money."

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Old 27-02-2012, 03:58 PM   #5
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ur preaching to sell dividend oriented funds but u dunno how to find such info ?
Why not, and what's the correlation? I don't profess to know everything, and am especially unfamiliar when it comes to operational matters.

I shared the BlackRock fund's composition because they are sound.
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Old 27-02-2012, 03:59 PM   #6
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You can visit SGX - Singapore Exchange Ltd and go to the All-in-one section for companies.
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Old 27-02-2012, 05:08 PM   #7
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Why not, and what's the correlation? I don't profess to know everything, and am especially unfamiliar when it comes to operational matters.

I shared the BlackRock fund's composition because they are sound.
i can imagine, if i buy a fund from such a person...
if anything goes wrong he will certainly reply "why not, whats the correlation? i don't profess to know everything"

as a customer, i expect the salesperson to know everything about wat hes selling.
thats all
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Old 27-02-2012, 09:56 PM   #8
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Then you are a customer who has unrealistic expectations. I do not service such clients with illogical biases.
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Old 27-02-2012, 10:14 PM   #9
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wahhh, means u will be restricted to poor clients then.
u dun expect richer folks to be that ignorance right?

if the salesperson dun even noe his own products and the features within the product
i dunno wat to say sia....
its very scary becoz he/she always will try to siam with such excuses.

this is the very reason why minibonds saga happened.
even the salesperson do not know wat they are selling
all they know is commission.

its like going to bmw showroom and the person cannot tell u, how much cc is a 3 series.
or which category of coe to apply LOL
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Old 27-02-2012, 10:30 PM   #10
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After seeing all these comments, I really believe in the old saying that "nobody cares about your money more than you".

Tats why I handle my own money now. No more financial planners, no more financial advisor, no more insurance agents etc. I only trust myself.
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wahhh, means u will be restricted to poor clients then.
u dun expect richer folks to be that ignorance right?

if the salesperson dun even noe his own products and the features within the product
i dunno wat to say sia....
its very scary becoz he/she always will try to siam with such excuses.

this is the very reason why minibonds saga happened.
even the salesperson do not know wat they are selling
all they know is commission.

its like going to bmw showroom and the person cannot tell u, how much cc is a 3 series.
or which category of coe to apply LOL
How would you define poor and rich? It is all relative depending on who you're talking about and the parameters you use.

It's ignorant - ignorance is a noun.

Obviously you are trolling because my asking about a list of the dates for dividend paying stocks does not reflect on my ability to read the markets and present to my clients the current most profitable avenue to go into, depending on the time frame that we are looking at. Then again, that's to be expected of the typical HardwareZone member.
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Old 27-02-2012, 10:40 PM   #12
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How would you define poor and rich? It is all relative depending on who you're talking about and the parameters you use.

It's ignorant - ignorance is a noun.

Obviously you are trolling because my asking about a list of the dates for dividend paying stocks does not reflect on my ability to read the markets and present to my clients the current most profitable avenue to go into, depending on the time frame that we are looking at. Then again, that's to be expected of the typical HardwareZone member.
NAH, juz to warn fellow posters here
in case they do biz with someone who doesnt even know where to get dates lol

let em decide for themselves lor...
if a finance person who dunno even where and how to find a date for dividend and looking to sell dividend products.

no win or no lose wat...
hwz are indeed harder to pls
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Well, it has always been the case that no one cares about your money more than you do. I'll be surprised that the salesman do not even know about their products but I guess I'll just give the benefit of the doubt in this case.
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Old 28-02-2012, 09:45 AM   #14
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he promoted blackrock fund but he's not asking where to look for that fund's payment date,right? coz blackrock fund is not under sgx therefore what's the link?

Is that the only way to check sgx companies divy payment dates as pointed out by Some-one? I know that's the way to check but is there any website that actually shows all companies and their dates together instead of having to click company by company?

By the way,how to buy that fund if i want? fundsupermart got or not?
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Old 28-02-2012, 10:26 AM   #15
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Is that the only way to check sgx companies divy payment dates as pointed out by Some-one? I know that's the way to check but is there any website that actually shows all companies and their dates together instead of having to click company by company?
There is. And it is still called sgx.com but instead of looking at All-In-One information, go look under Corporate Action.

But those in-the-know will know that Corporate Action takes a while to be updated. And usually only when the book closure date is determined. For the ultimate update on dividend payment details, you need to get into the trench, get dirty and read the individual company announcement.

Sounds like too much work?? Of cos it is. Is investment suppose to be easy??
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