Dividend tracker
& calendar

Track all of your portfolio dividends in one place.

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Optimize your dividends

Keep track of your dividend growth: see how your dividend yields evolve over time and optimize your portfolio with the best dividend stocks for your strategy. With the dividend tracker you can quickly see which dividend stocks suit you best.

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Get more out of your
dividend portfolio

Watch your dividend yield grow. Optimize your portfolio with the best dividend stocks and discover the ones with the highest payouts. The dividend tracker helps you to optimize your cashflows based on your portfolio strategy.

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Track past
& future dividends

Get an overview of your dividends to:

  • Keep track of your dividend growth rate and project future cash flows.
  • See their cumulative payouts in clear charts.

Your dividend tracker collects all the information accurately, quickly and free of charge, so you get an ideal overview of your dividends.

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Your own
dividend calendar

Know exactly when and how much you’ll be getting paid. Stay up to date on latest market information and instantly discover when stocks distribute dividends. Plan future cash flows with the dividend calendar. Get an overview of future dividend payouts and adjust your strategy based on reliable data.

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Smart dividend

Keep an eye on your cash flows and get notified when your dividends are paid out. This way, you'll always know when you've got money coming in.

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Deep insights
into your portfolio

Get detailed portfolio breakdowns based on geography, industry, asset class and track all the numbers that matter in one dashboard. Visualize your holdings in clear charts and adjust your investment strategy based on smart data to optimize your dividend income.

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Yes, you can use the dividend tracker completely for free. Nevertheless, you have the option to use the Premium Version in the mobile and web app to accelerate your getquin experience to the next level. This includes an individual home screen, a premium badge, long term dividend forecasting, TTWROR calculation as well as our benchmarking feature and much more!

To view the dividend yield for each stock, follow these steps: log in to your getquin account and go to the portfolio section. Select the stock for which you want to see the dividend yield. Below the chart you have to change the tab to “Details” and scroll down to the “Financials” section. The dividend yield will be displayed here.

You can see the dividend history when you log in to your getquin account and go to the portfolio section. Here you have to scroll down to the section “Dividends” and click on “Show more”. This section shows you the amount and date of past dividend payouts, allowing you to track the consistency and growth of your stock's dividend over time.

After logging in to your getquin account, go to the portfolio section. Here you have to scroll down to the section “Dividends” and click on “Show more”. This section shows you the yearly dividend payouts for each stock as well as their growth rate over time. Our dividend tracker also shows the growth rate for every month and year for the entire portfolio.

Log in to your getquin account and go to the portfolio section. Look for the section labeled "Performance". The total return for your portfolio, including dividends, is displayed here. This number represents the overall growth of your portfolio, taking into account both capital gains and dividends earned. When you click on “Expand” you can see the composition of the yield and invested capital.

To receive a dividend you must own shares of a dividend-paying stock on the record date. The record date is the date that the company determines who is eligible to receive the dividend. Typically you must hold the stock for at least one trading cycle (e.g. a day) prior to the ex-dividend date, which is the first trading day when the stock begins trading without the upcoming dividend.

It is important to keep in mind that the amount and frequency of dividends can change over time. Therefore, it is important to stay informed by checking the company's financial reports and announcements. Additionally, some companies may choose to suspend or reduce their dividend payouts, so there is no guarantee of receiving a dividend for a certain length of time.

A dividend is a payment made by a company to its shareholders out of its profits. It is usually paid in the form of cash or additional shares of stock.

Dividends are typically paid on a regular schedule, such as quarterly or annually. The amount and frequency of dividends are determined by the company's board of directors and can vary over time.

To receive dividends, you must own shares of stock in the company on the record date, which is the date that the company determines who is eligible to receive the dividend. On the payment date, the dividend is credited to the shareholder's account or a physical check is mailed to the shareholder's address on file.

Dividends are not guaranteed and may be changed or discontinued at any time by the company.

Our dividend tracker helps you to track dividend payouts from various stocks and to monitor the performance of your dividend-paying stocks. Moreover, you can see the total dividends earned and organize your portfolio by industry or stock, set alerts for important events such as ex-dividend dates and dividend payouts.

With all this information in one place, the dividend tracker provides a comprehensive overview of your portfolio and helps you make informed investment decisions.

To see your personal dividend calendar, simply log in to your getquin account and go to the portfolio section. Look for a section labeled "Dividends" and click on the label “Show more”. Your personal dividend calendar will be displayed, listing the upcoming dividend payout dates for the stocks in your portfolio. The dividend calendar can help you stay informed about your dividend income and plan accordingly.

As soon as getquin gets the data the dividend is visible. The time period in the future is not relevant. Most of the time we have reliable data that forecasts the next 5 years.