From AMH to AFI: ASX shares going ex-dividend in August

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Highlights

  • Investors always look for dividend shares.

  • Dividend stocks boost investment portfolios of investors by offering a steady stream of income.

  • AMH, FRI, and BKI are a few shares going ex-dividend in August.

Dividend shares are always popular among investors since they boost their investment portfolios by offering a steady stream of income. Investors would be closely watching shares which are scheduled to go ex-dividend in August as we head towards the end of this month.

But how do investors become eligible for dividends? Only those are eligible to receive the next dividend from a firm who purchase stocks of the company before an ex-dividend date.

On this note, let’s discuss five ASX-listed shares which are scheduled to go ex-dividend in August.

Amcil Ltd (ASX:AMH)

Amcil is an investment company which manages a concentrated investment portfolio. The financial stock is scheduled to go ex-dividend on 3 August 2022. The dividend amount is AU$0.025. Amcil’s record data and pay dates are 4 August and 25 August, respectively. The stock has an annual yield of 3.12%. On 24 February, Amcil last paid an interim dividend of AU$0.01.

Finbar Group Ltd (ASX:FRI)

Finbar is a Perth-based property development firm. The ASX-listed stock is set to go ex-dividend on 8 August 2022. Finbar paid a dividend of A$0.02 per share on 9 September. Finbar’s record date is 9 August 2022. The stock has an annual yield of 5.47%. The company last paid an interim dividend of AU$0.02 on 18 March 2022.

BKI Investment Company Ltd (ASX:BKI)

BKI Investment Company focuses on capital management and generates income for shareholders. The stock would go ex-dividend on 9 August and the dividend would be paid on 30 August. The record date is 10 August. The stock has an annual yield of 4.98%. The company last paid a final dividend of AU$0.046 on 21 July 2022.

Australian Foundation Investment Company Ltd (ASX:AFI)

Australian Foundation Investment Company is a listed investment company (LIC). The financial stock is scheduled to go ex-dividend on 10 August 2022. The dividend amount is AU$0.14. AFI’s record data and pay dates are 11 August and 30 August, respectively. The stock has an annual yield of 3%. On 25 February, Amcil last paid a dividend of AU$0.1.


 


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