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Upcoming Dividends + Top 25 Dividend Paying Stocks Indian Stock Market

Dividend Paying Stocks

It is said that high dividend paying stocks outperform the market in the long run. Stocks with high dividend yield are considered safe and also indicates that management is sharing profits with investors. However, we must also look at the consistency of dividends.

 

Upcoming Dividends : June 2018

Security Name Ex Date Purpose
YESBANK 04 Jun 2018 Dividend – Rs. – 2.7000
APTECHT 06 Jun 2018 Interim Dividend – Rs. – 3.5000
SHGOVTR 06 Jun 2018 Interim Dividend – Rs. – 0.5000
BOSCHLTD 07 Jun 2018 Dividend – Rs. – 100.0000
MMFL 07 Jun 2018 Interim Dividend – Rs. – 5.0000
POLYPLEX 07 Jun 2018 Interim Dividend – Rs. – 30.0000
SHANKARA 07 Jun 2018 Final Dividend – Rs. – 3.2500
SIL 07 Jun 2018 Interim Dividend – Rs. – 0.7500
VISAKAIND 07 Jun 2018 Dividend – Rs. – 7.0000
TORNTPOWER 08 Jun 2018 Final Dividend – Rs. – 5.0000
IMPAL 11 Jun 2018 Interim Dividend – Rs. – 11.0000
VTMLTD 11 Jun 2018 Dividend – Rs. – 0.7500
CANFINHOME 13 Jun 2018 Final Dividend – Rs. – 2.0000
KANSAINER 13 Jun 2018 Dividend – Rs. – 2.6000
MASFIN 13 Jun 2018 Final Dividend – Rs. – 2.1600
ASIANPAINT 14 Jun 2018 Final Dividend – Rs. – 6.0500
INFY 14 Jun 2018 Final Dividend – Rs. – 20.5000
INFY 14 Jun 2018 Special Dividend – Rs. – 10.0000
TINPLATE 15 Jun 2018 Dividend – Rs. – 2.0000
ICICIPRULI 18 Jun 2018 Final Dividend – Rs. – 2.2000
ICICIPRULI 18 Jun 2018 Special Dividend – Rs. – 1.1000
TATACOFFEE 18 Jun 2018 Dividend – Rs. – 1.5000
TORNTPHARM 18 Jun 2018 Final Dividend – Rs. – 5.0000
BBL 19 Jun 2018 Dividend – Rs. – 2.5000
DHFL 19 Jun 2018 Final Dividend – Rs. – 2.5000

 

We must know that there are two ways to make money from equity stock market:

  • Appreciation of Capital
  • Income from Dividend

 

Appreciation of capital occurs from the timely variation in the prices of the stocks you trade while dividends are corporate earnings that companies provide to their shareholders at various times during the year.

Companies that pay high and consistent dividends can be said to be great companies. Everyone knows this.
Companies that pay inconsistent or low or no dividends cannot be said to be bad companies.

 

World’s most expensive stock (It cost more than one crore in INR) – Berkshire Hathaway of Warren Buffet don’t pay dividends at all.

 

This article tells you about the top 25 dividend-paying stocks in the Indian Stock Market.

Highest Dividend Paying Stocks in the Indian Stock Market

Coal India Ltd
ONGC
BPCL
Bharti Infratel
IndiaBulls Housing Finance
Tech Mahindra
GAIL
ITC
Infosys
Hero Motocorp
NTPC
Tata Steel
Bajaj Auto
TCS
Hindustan Unilever
Ambuja Cements
HDFC
Power Grid Corporation of India
Maruti Suzuki
L&T
ACC
Axis Bank
Asian Paints
Maruti Suzuki
SBI

One important thing to know about dividends is that after the announcement of dividends, the stock price is reduced by the same amount as the dividend on ex-dividend date. Suppose there is a company XYZ, whose stock is trading at Rs 100 and a dividend of Rs 5 is announced. On the ex-dividend date the price would become Rs 95. It is not compulsory that it happens but generally it does happen. You should keep this in mind.

 

If you are wondering what is ex-dividend date, it is simply the date till which if you have the shares, you will be entitled for the dividend.

 

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6 thoughts to “Upcoming Dividends + Top 25 Dividend Paying Stocks Indian Stock Market”

  1. Hi
    Is the Ex-dividend date is considered for the stock opening or closure.
    Will I have to hold stock till day end or market opening is enough. For both dividend as well bonus.

  2. Should have included Hindustan Zinc and Vedanta in the list. Also shud have given the dividends yield of such companies so readers can know which are the highest payers among the list.

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