That all sounds good but ZIM suspended their dividend until further notice, soooo its a wait and see candidate
Good long-term entry point, with shipping taking a hit from lessened consumer spending. Company has a good dividend and is embracing technology. Should be a forerunner if the Fed backs off on interest rate hikes and consumers come back into the market.
Recessions are always bad for the shipping companies. Consumer spending is taking a hit, because nobody wants to carry that doodad with a 20%+ interest rate on their credit card. Powell is doing his best to force a depression. We will not see 2% inflation rates again, despite the FEDs efforts. Once the interest-jacking cycle ends, consumer's pent up lust for buying will snap back with a vengeance and we will see a huge spike in everything supply-chain related.
Zim is embracing technology and financing like no other shipper, so I see them as a front-runner in the space, so buy them at these sale prices and laugh when it is back at $100/share.
ZIM, do some reading
SPOT ON POST, everything has happened as described
ROFL where are all of the "experianced" board gurus now?
Looks like things are going my way, eh!?
ZIM stock is performing great ... relative strength improving ... it's chart is healthier, as it's 50DMA has now cleared it's 200DMA. Is this portending that it's quarterly report will be above expectations? And, will ZIM be paying a dividend? Investors need to make a good decision. Me? I've been a buyer of ZIM in the $18 & $17 area. Good Luck !!!
Did the analyst figure in ALL of the retailers laying off work forces globally? Hence the daily dropping shipping rates?
Most likely ZIM will test new lows before any turn around can be anticipated.
JP Morgan analyst viewed the ZIM chart tis past December and recommended that all their customers that they "BUY" the shares insisting that the stock had bottomed in the $16 - $17 level. He was the ONLY analyst that got it correct. ZIM would go up to the $24-ish level going into it's higher than expected dividend of $6.40.
Stock selling off after dividend was paid. JP Morgan analyst retreats to "Neutral" rating on the stock. Stock goes back to $16 - $17 level. Me ... I was a buyer, all it that area. Shipping rates having "nomalized" non-pandemic year of 2923 but, the word out on the street was ZIM's net income & dividend would re-surface in the 2nd half of 2023. Couple that the ZIM chart is getting healthier and it's Relative Strength improving, and a Seeking Alpha analyst commenting that a ZIM dividend could surprise !!! Stock up nicely yesterday. ZIM does take care of it's customers and it's shareholders ... and does have a habit of exceeding it's estimates .............
Learn about dividend paying company patterns, they ALWAYS sell off after the dividend is paid. ZIM will continue to drop long before the next divy is announced, IF they announce. Things in the shipping world arent that rosy, anymore
JPM downgrade GE few years ago look GE and GEHC
Supposedly JP Morgan downgraded the stock
Zim undervalue $40 end of year
we will see, Ive been at this game over 50 years
Not sure about the success of your buys in that range but GLTU>
Wow that steal deal
rebounding to what, the high for this company was $91.00 last year before shipping rates started getting cut. Im a buyer of ZIM in the $10-$15.00 range before the next dividend
just look at a chart, it always sells off before the next divy
I agree $40 end of year 2023
I think I can see this pps rebounding some this year. The company seems to be well managed.
Buy low sell high , buy now will sell $40 EOY what you think ?
Why the PPS dropped so big?
Am I paying my own dividends?, looks like I did not have any benefits for this dividends?
I received dividend paid out today
ok go with that, then look up the reason WHY you wont be getting the dividend when they dont pay you
I found out : if buy 2 days before the ex-dividend date will receive dividend payout
Difference between the ex-dividend date and record date
As explained above, the ex-dividend date is the date on which the cutoff point for a pending stock dividend happens. If you have bought a stock one day before the ex-dividend date, you will be eligible to get the dividend amount. However, if you buy the stock on the ex-dividend date or after the ex-dividend date, you won’t be eligible to receive the dividend. Furthermore, if you want to receive the dividend and still sell the shares, you can only sell the stocks after the ex-dividend date.
On the other hand, the record date is the date on which the company identifies and makes a list of all the current shareholders. On this day, it determines the individuals who are eligible to receive the dividend amount. If you are not holding the shares on this date, you will not receive the announced dividends. As SEBI follows a T+2 settlement process, you need to buy the shares of a company at least three days before the record date or two days before the ex-dividend date.
Buying shares: Before the ex-dividend date or after the ex-dividend date?
Suppose a company has announced that it will be paying dividends in the coming months. Your aim is to make profits based on the offered dividend amount. However, you realise that you missed the ex-dividend date and can no longer be eligible for the dividend amount. What can you do now?
If you have missed the ex-dividend date, there is not much that you have missed regarding the short term profit. It is because the shares of a company decline by the value of the dividend offered by the company. For example, if the company’s share price was Rs 500, and it announced a Rs 30 dividend per share, its share price will decline by Rs 30 after the ex-dividend date. Now, you can realise the same profit as you would have with the dividend amount.
Importance of ex-dividend date
As the stock loses its dividend value after the ex-dividend date, the days before the date are very important for the company and its investors. Before the day, the stocks carry the value of the dividend, meaning that it has the potential to offer profits to anyone who buys the shares in the coming days before the ex-dividend date.
Due to this benefit, the stock prices increase based on the rupee value of the announced dividend. If the stock price crosses the dividend value, it makes up for a profit-making good opportunity for current investors. Hence, the ex-dividend date offers the dual benefit of temporary capital appreciation and the promise to receive the dividend on the payable date.
The ex-dividend date is a vital factor for investors who want to manage and adjust their holdings. Furthermore, the ex-dividend date also allows investors who want to make quick profits to identify the right time to buy the shares of the company that has announced a dividend payout.
Once you know the ex-dividend date, you make an investment strategy, buy shares of such companies, and sell them after you have received the dividend account. However, this transaction needs a Demat and trading account. You can open a free Demat and trading account by visiting the IIFL website or downloading the IIFL Markets app from the app store to begin your trading journey.
its been explained to you, in simple terms if you didnt buy ZIM by the 22nd you dont get the dividend
I found this online called ‘ due bill’ do not know which one right , complicated ?
On the other hand, if a buyer purchases a stock on or before the ex-dividend date, they would be entitled to the dividend, but if they are not listed as the owner on the record date, the seller would receive the dividend on the payment date. Since the buyer is the rightful recipient of the dividend, the seller would issue a due bill to the buyer. This due bill entitles the rights of ownership to the buyer, even though the buyer has not yet been listed as the shareholder of record.
A due bill protects the stock's buyer, making sure the rights of ownership is established, regardless of whether the buyer has been listed yet as the shareholder of record.
What Is the Due Bill Period?
Suppose a stock is planning to issue a regular quarterly dividend. A list of stockholders of record who will receive the dividend is prepared on the record date. The ex-date is set (usually two days earlier) for when shares will trade on the open market without the right to the dividend. The period beginning on the record date and usually ending two days later (four days after the earlier ex-date) is when the identities of the holders of record are known and payment is due to them. This is known as the due bill period, during which remittances to investors are due after the stockholders of record are established.
correct, the 4th is the X date
with the 2 day settlement rule you would have had to buy them by the 22nd to be on record on the 24th
buying them on the 23rd doesnt count, hence no dividend
If I am not mistaken you will also have to hold your shares until after 4/4 to be paid the dividend.
So if I bought my shares on 03/23 but sell out today someone bought my shares will qualify for dividend payout or not ?
No, you had to be on record of owning shares by 3/24.
Question : if I buy ZIM shares by 03/30/2023 , 03/31/2023 or 04/03/2023
Will I get paid or no ?
Theyve only been a public company since 2018
You need to research their past history. They have been doing this for a long time
There is a LOT of confusion about this dividend on Twitter, most people have no clue how this one works. Now will ZIM keep up this scharade with the next 3 quarterlies divy's, that remains to be seen. The less money they dole out the more they get to keep.
Tricky , Thanks