Dividend calculator

Our dividend calculator can be used to estimate the dividend income an investor can expect from their investment in a particular stock or portfolio. It takes into account factors such as the dividend yield, the number of shares owned, the holding period, and the company’s dividend payment frequency.

Ciaran Burke

Page written by AI. Reviewed by Ciaran Burke on March 15, 2024.

How to calculate dividends

To calculate dividends, you can use the following formula:

Dividend Income=Dividend Yield×Number of Shares

The dividend yield is expressed as a percentage and represents the annual dividend income as a proportion of the investment’s current market price. It’s important to note that dividend payments can vary, and past performance is not indicative of future results.

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This calculator is intended for illustration purposes only and exact payment terms should be agreed with a lender before taking out a loan.

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