Ex-dividend dates

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  1. gourimaya

    gourimaya Member

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    Hello Experts,
    Where to find ex-dividend dates of the companies ? Will it be published in any websites ?
     
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    If you have an online account or access to your broker's web page, there may be a link to "Corporate Action". In the case of Geojit, such a link provides a table in which bonus, dividend, rights, splits, and their ex- dates, record dates, book closure dates are provided.

    To be competitive, most brokers may provide the same.
     
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    I think u r having acc with geojit . how is it? is minimum rs 20/- brokerage applicable for intraday also?
    thanks
    krm
     
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    pkjha30 Well-Known Member

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    You can use EODDlc which updates these information and can check it in Stock Information Page for specific stock and also for all stocks .

    pk:)
     
  6. Sats

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    Krm,

    Minimum of Rs.20/- brokerage applicable on both sides of intraday.....

    Sats.
     

  7. vasa1

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    Yes.

    It is ok. I use the "Gold" platform with streaming quotes. Not bad. But speed dpends on your internet provider. Rarely, though, it is Geojit's servers which are to blame.

    Minimum brokerage per contract note is Rs. 20. Thus, you can do a mix of intra-day and delivery, or purely one or the other. So at the end of the day, you'll get one contract note for NSE trades and one for BSE. Geojit seems to prefer NSE as the default. Please note, I don't know anything about the F&O or derivatives segment.

    Overall, no severe bad experience and there don't seem to be any RMs to "sell" stocks to you by 'phone or to pressure you into doing trades.
     
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    Geojit charges Rs. 20 if your brokerage for the total of your buy and sell transactions (whether intraday or delivery) on one exchange (i.e., per contract note) is less than Rs. 20.

    Otherwise, they charge 0.3% (plus statutory extras) for delivery trades and 0.03% (+ extras) for intraday.
     
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    will you pl confirm that todays is Ex dividend day for Bajaj Auto
     
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