Apple Inc. (AAPL) Ex-Dividend Date Scheduled for November 08, 2018

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Apple Inc. ( AAPL ) will begin trading ex-dividend on November 08, 2018. A cash dividend payment of $0.73 per share is scheduled to be paid on November 15, 2018. Shareholders who purchased AAPL prior to the ex-dividend date are eligible for the cash dividend payment. This marks the 3rd quarter that AAPL has paid the same dividend. At the current stock price of $203.77, the dividend yield is 1.43%.

The previous trading day's last sale of AAPL was $203.77, representing a -12.72% decrease from the 52 week high of $233.47 and a 35.63% increase over the 52 week low of $150.24.

AAPL is a part of the Technology sector, which includes companies such as International Business Machines Corporation ( IBM ) and HP Inc. ( HPQ ). AAPL's current earnings per share, an indicator of a company's profitability, is $11.87. Zacks Investment Research reports AAPL's forecasted earnings growth in 2019 as 12.12%, compared to an industry average of 17.3%.

For more information on the declaration, record and payment dates, visit the AAPL Dividend History page. Our Dividend Calendar has the full list of stocks that have an ex-dividend today.

Interested in gaining exposure to AAPL through an Exchange Traded Fund [ETF]?
The following ETF(s) have AAPL as a top-10 holding:

  • SPDR Select Sector Fund - Technology ( XLK )
  • iShares U.S. Technology ETF ( IYW )
  • iShares Global Tech ETF ( IXN )
  • Fidelity MSCI Information Technology Index ETF ( FTEC )
  • iShares Morningstar Large-Cap ETF ( JKD ).

The top-performing ETF of this group is JKD with an increase of 0.23% over the last 100 days. XLK has the highest percent weighting of AAPL at 19.6%.

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