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  • Daniel_Raider Daniel_Raider Jun 30, 2003 9:50 PM Flag

    How to Find an Ex-dividend Date

    http://www.nasdaqtrader.com/asp/dl_search.asp

    The above is one way. Another is to call the transfer agent, as one poster recommended earlier today. However, the information given by the NASDAQ link above should be definitive. (No warranty, of course.)

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    • >>> http://www.nasdaqtrader.com/asp/dl_search.asp

      The above is one way. Another is to call the transfer agent, as one poster recommended earlier today. However, the information given by the NASDAQ link above should be definitive. (No warranty, of course.) <<

      That link is not the official NASDAQ website. The NASDAQ website is at ttp://www.nasdaq.com/ which directs you to ttp://quotes.nasdaq.com/ - why should the site you mentioned be any more valid that Yahoo or my broker's information through their clearing agent (Pershing)? And note that the official NASDAQ is still showing an April 1st X-date - see ttp://quotes.nasdaq.com/asp/summaryquote.asp?symbol=TELOZ&selected=TELOZ

      (note - in the links above, I removed the h in http so that Yahoo would accept this posting).

      How do you figure out who their transfer agent is?

      Calling the company is no guarantee of success - I talked to the Ulrich guy - not the sharpest knife in the drawer . . . he is the guy who said "The second quarter distribution will be payable on July 10, 2003 to Unitholders of record on June 30, 2003. " - I am a stock holder of record, and I am not getting the divvy - at least according to my broker. Besides, this is the guy who put out a press release about a 75 cent dividend and later changed it to 7.5 divvy after the price ran up. He isn't accountable.

      • 1 Reply to James_R_White
      • Dear Mr. White:

        Sorry, all I can do is provide some information, not file a brief for it. My understanding is that the so-called "Daily List" is the definitive reference for ex-dividend dates, and that the issuer itself has nothing to do with it, as all the issuer does is set the record date and the payment date. (Again, no warranty.) I understand why you're unhappy over this issue (have been there myself), but I do think that you're being much too hard on Mike Ulrich. The following is directly from the NASDAQTrader site:

        "The Daily List Search provides access to information from all of the Daily Lists. NASDAQ� equity and mutual fund information is as of December 7, 1998. Market participant information is as of April 8, 1999 and dividend information is as of May 24, 1999.

        "For the Name/Symbol Search , select the desired search options and enter in a name or symbol of a NASDAQ or mutual fund, money market fund or market participant . You will retrieve a list of links to the historical changes for the selected search criteria.

        "For the Date/Range Search , select a date range and desired search options. For example, enter in the dates 4/30/1999 to 5/24/1999 and select Mutual Funds and Additions/Deletions. The search results will include all mutual fund additions/deletions from April 30, 1999 to May 24, 1999.


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