I sold off my NVDA stock on June 21(record date) in after hours trade

Asked by: Brad Martin

What happens if I buy NVDA after June 21?

If you buy NVIDIA shares on or between June 21 and July 19, you’ll receive the additional stock dividend shares following a “due bill” process after the July 19 distribution date.

What happens if you sell stock after record date?

If you sell your shares on or after this date, you will, however, still receive the dividend. If you sell your shares before the ex-date, however, you would not be entitled to receive those dividends.

What happens if you buy stock after record date but before split?

If you buy shares on or after the Record Date but before the Ex-Date, you will purchase the shares at the pre-split price and will receive (or your brokerage account will be credited with) the shares purchased.

What is a stock split record date?

The record date is when existing shareholders need to own the stock in order to be eligible to receive new shares created by a stock split. However, if you buy or sell shares between the record date and the effective date, the right to the new shares transfers.

Will NVIDIA stock split again?

After a series of four stock splits in seven years between 2000-2007, NVIDIA announced the next stock split only in 2021.

What stocks will split in 2022?

Splits for May 2022

Company (Click for Company Information) Symbol Ex-Date
Phoenix New Media Ltd Company Website FENG 5/20/2022
Pyxis Tankers Inc Company Website PXS 5/13/2022
Rockwell Medical Inc Company Website RMTI 5/13/2022
Stria Lithium Inc SRA:CA 5/16/2022

Will I get dividend if I sell on record date?

The ex-dividend date for stocks is usually set one business day before the record date. If you purchase a stock on its ex-dividend date or after, you will not receive the next dividend payment. Instead, the seller gets the dividend. If you purchase before the ex-dividend date, you get the dividend.

What is difference between ex-date and record date?

The ex-date or ex-dividend date is the trading date on (and after) which the dividend is not owed to a new buyer of the stock. The ex-date is one business day before the date of record. The date of record is the day on which the company checks its records to identify shareholders of the company.