7 Hot NZX Dividend Picks For April 2021

Summary

  • These dividend stocks had their record dates in April 2021.
  • Have a look at these dividend offerings with payment dates round the corner.
  • See, if these could become permanent part of your portfolio.

Dividends are undoubtedly a stable form of income, which come through the company that one invests in. Companies usually offer interim and annual dividends to keep their investors/stockholders interested and to maintain a way to appreciate their loyalty by sharing a part of the surplus profits with them over the course of time. Let’s have a look at some of the hot dividend stocks for April 2021.

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The Warehouse Group Limited (NZX: WHS)

The Company deals in retail operations and has announced an interim dividend of 13.000 cents per share, with imputed value of 5.056c. The ex-dividend date is 6 April 2021 for the same and the dividend is to be paid on 22 April 2021. Historically, the company has shared interim and annual dividends with their shareholders regularly.

On April 21, The Warehouse Group Limited traded at NZ$3.570 at the time of writing.

F&C Investment Trust PLC (NZX:FCT)

It is known to be the oldest collective investment scheme in the world. It was announced by the Company recently that it should pay a final dividend of 3.400 cents. The ex-dividend date for the same was 15 April 2021 and the date for payment shall be 13 May 2021. Historically, the Company has given regular interim as well as final dividends to its shareholders.

On April 21, F&C Investment Trust PLC traded at NZ$16.210, flat,  at the time of writing.

Scott Technology Limited (NZX:SCT)

With a diverse range of business function, Scott Technology Limited is known to deal in automation design and electromagnets besides other things. The Company has announced an interim dividend of 2.000c, with the ex-dividend date of 23 April 2021, payable on 10 May 2021. Barring last year, due to the effects of COVID-19, the company has given interim and final dividends to its shareholders regularly.

On April 21, Scott Technology Limited traded at NZ$2.680, up by 0.37%, at the time of writing.

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CDL Investments New Zealand Limited (NZX:CDI)

The Company deals in the business of property investments. They have announced a final dividend of 3.500c with the imputation of 1.361. The ex-dividend date for the same is 29 April 2021, whereas the date of payment for the dividend is 14 May 2021. The Company is known to have paid final dividend to its shareholders regularly in the past.

On April 21, CDL Investments New Zealand Limited traded at NZ$1.115, flat, at the time of writing.

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The City of London Investment Trust Plc (NZX:TCL)

This NZX-listed trust is known to be one of the most trusted investment-based Companies on the block. It has announced an interim dividend of 4.800c. The Ex-dividend date for the same is 29 April 2021, while the date of payment for the dividend is 28 May 2021. Historically, the company is known to offer multiple interim and final dividends to its stakeholders.

On 21 April, The City of London Investment Trust Plc traded at NZ$7.830, at the time of writing.

The Bankers Investment Trust Plc (NZX:BIT)

Another investment Company in the list, it offers attractive returns to its clients. The company announced an interim dividend of 0.583 cents, with the ex-dividend date 29 April 2021 and the payable date of 28 May 2021. Historically, the company has regularly paid interim and final dividends to its stockholders.

On 21 April, The Bankers Investment Trust Plc traded at NZ$2.360, at the time of writing.

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Kathmandu Holdings Limited (NZX:KMD)

This company is known for manufacturing clothing and other gear for adventure travel. It has announced an interim dividend of 2.000c. The ex-dividend date for the same is 20 May 2021 and the payable date is June 4, 2021.

On 21 April, Kathmandu Holdings Limited traded at NZ$1.380, down by 0.73% at the time of writing.

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