Diviend payout formula from fractional shares

Hi

Does anyone know the formula for calculating dividend payout from the purchase of fractional shares?.
I’ve had a look around online but having trouble finding any kind of formula and i don’t trust online calculators.

Many thanks.

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Multiply by the fraction of the share you have. You receive dividends proportional to the amount of stock you own

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Dividend per share * shares owned

Fractional shares aren’t any different than whole shares. The calculation is still the same and the only difference is you have some decimal places to type in.

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Here’s an example.

That’s that’s the kind of elaborated answer i was hoping for.

Many thanks.

Really? Dividend * shares. Rivorson said the exact same thing. There’s nothing else to it it’s just a fraction of a share

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I think it’s E=mc^2

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I just found his answer more elaborate…Which is what i needed.

Thank you.

I’m pretty sure you don’t know what that equation means.

E = total dividend payment
M= number of shares owned
C = square root of dividend per share

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That’s not what it means though is it.

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Do you know what it means though smarty pants?!

Ps you asked for a formula to calculate dividends not a worked example.

In the repeated vein of discussing the Energy of subatomic particles:

E=hf

Where E is the Dividend payment
h = dividend per share
f = fraction of shares owned

Worked example:
Jonny2207 owns 1 share in DividendsRUs and they announce a dividend of £1 per share …

£1 per share x 1 share = £1 dividend payment.

Hope that helps!