K.T.60 Warrants Dividends
When investing in dividend stocks, there are a few important dates to keep in mind. These dates will tell an investor when they will receive the dividends and whether or not they are eligible to receive the latest dividend.
What does the Record Date mean?
Shareholders who properly registered their ownership on or before the record date (or "date of record") will receive the dividend. Shareholders who are not registered as of this date will not receive the dividend. The last day of the month, will be Record Date and we will call it as Cooling Day Off which our Trading Market will be closed.
What does the Payment Date mean?
The payment date (or "pay date") is the day when the dividend will actually be credited to the shareholders e-wallet accounts. The last day of the month will be 'Pay Date'
What does the Declaration Date mean?
The declaration date is the day on which a company's board of directors announces its next dividend payment. Also known as the "announcement date," this is the least important date for dividend investors to consider. The monthly Dividend Declaration Date will be 3 to 5 days before Record Date or Payment Date.
K.T.60 Warrants Dividend Structure
Minimun 2.5 cents to 10 cents per share every single month.
Example of K.T.60 Warrants Dividend Received
|Shareholder||Month||K.T.60 Warrants (No. of Shares)*||Dividend / share||Total Dividends|
|John Doe||January 2012||20,000||8 cents||20,000 * 8 cents = $1,600|
|Jenny Foo||January 2012||50,000||8 cents||50,000 * 8 cents = $4,000|