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  • albhallpace albhallpace Dec 7, 2012 10:12 PM Flag


    It is factored in that is why it went from 37 to 32 and yes you would still get the dividend if you sold.

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    • Thanks, Albhallpace.

      For those who are still in question like I was:
      Investopedia explains 'Ex-Dividend'
      A stock trades ex-dividend on or after the ex-dividend date (ex-date). At this point, the person who owns the security on the ex-dividend date will be awarded the payment, regardless of who currently holds the stock. After the ex-date has been declared, the stock will usually drop in price by the amount of the expected dividend.

      It would be nice if AOL can go back to $42 by the end of this year. That's all I want for Christmas. :-)

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