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I have been holding a stock "ASG" for almost one year. By the ASG Dividend History, I should get some dividend. I checked my account on TD Ameritrade, it only shows my share amount. But where can find the dividend amount?

  • Did your number of shares change post-dividend? You might be setup as a DRIP. – Raze Feb 19 '15 at 21:11
  • Did you look at your detailed transaction history for the periods that include the dividend payout? – Chris W. Rea Feb 19 '15 at 21:20
  • oh, I found it under history and statement if I set view date range. But how to get the dividend? – Love Feb 19 '15 at 21:30
  • History & Statements Transactions Select dividends Time range Done – James May 18 at 20:59
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Your dividend should show up in one of a few methods:

(1) Cash in your trading account
(2) A check mailed to you
(3) A deposit to a linked bank account
(4) As additional new shares in the stock, as the result of a DRIP setup.

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    Although the question was about a particular instrument paying cash dividend I should also add that companies sometimes pay dividends in either stock or stock options (usually as warrants in the UK) for internal corporate reasons so even if you don't have a DRIP set up a dividend could automatically increase your stock quantity. – MD-Tech Feb 20 '15 at 11:00

protected by Chris W. Rea May 18 at 21:20

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