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Ex-Dividend Dates Coming This Week: Consumer Dividend Stocks

Dear Reader,

 

ConsumerStockMovers.com has identified several healthtech stocks which are expected to go “Ex-Dividend” very soon.  Remember, if you purchase a stock on its ex-dividend date or after, you will not receive the next dividend payment. Instead, the seller gets the dividend. If you purchase before the ex-dividend date, you get the dividend. 

FinancialMarketMovers.com is looking into these tickers DAWN, MTDR, AVY, CMC, MNST, RTX and more.

 

If you sell your stock before the ex-dividend date, you also are selling away your right to the stock dividend. 

 

So please keep this in mind.

 

Below is our latest Dividend Report:



DR Horton
Symbol: DHI

Recent DHI Price: $74.22
Average Analyst Price Target: $86.92 (17.11%)
DHI Market Cap: $25.77B
Expected Ex-Dividend Date for DHI stock: Aug 03 2022
Expected Payment Date for DHI stock: Aug 11 2022
Expected Dividend & Yield for DHI stock: 1.12%

Recent Analyst Action: Anthony Pettinari, analyst at Citigroup, reiterates coverage on DR Horton (DHI) stock in the Consumer Goods sector with a Buy rating and a price target of $ 90 (1 week ago). 

Click for full story on DHI stock >>

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KB Home
Symbol: KBH

Recent KBH Price: $31.11
Average Analyst Price Target: $38.67 (24.30%)
KBH Market Cap: $2.69B
Expected Ex-Dividend Date for KBH stock: Aug 03 2022
Expected Payment Date for KBH stock: Aug 18 2022
Expected Dividend & Yield for KBH stock: 1.83%

Recent Analyst Action: Daniel Oppenheim, analyst at Credit Suisse, reiterates coverage on KB Home (KBH) stock in the Consumer Goods sector with a Hold rating and a price target of $ 35 (3 weeks ago). 

Click for full story on KBH stock >>

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And there you have it...

 

Keep in mind, if you purchase a stock on its ex-dividend date or after, you will not receive the next dividend payment. 

 

Instead, the seller gets the dividend. If you purchase before the ex-dividend date, you get the dividend.

 

If you sell your stock before the ex-dividend date, you also are selling away your right to the stock dividend. 

 

If you have questions about specific dividends, you should consult with your financial advisor or visit Investor.gov for more information.

 

Sincerely,


The Editor