I would like to see the ability to show all dividends across a certain time range that will show monthly very much like a bank statement. It will also show total dividends monthly or weekly depending on your defined ranges. And then a TOTAL sum at the end of the statement for the whole period.
While everyone’s situation is different come tax time (income, geography, etc…) I feel this is beneficial for ALL users. Exporting PDF and receiving it by email, the one which you signed up to Freetrade through.
This probably is the easiest first step unless others have a better suggestion.
Yes I agree, the dividend payment information could be done so much better than it currently is. Having to go the live chat, show all and scroll back through all messages to find the dividends is frustrating.
Like to see lots of Dividend Details such as all the above and UPCOMING Dividend in your account and dividend reinvestment or pay away to bank account,also with the new fractional shares (part shares) will there be an opition to turn this on off so you only buy FULL shares if you want to
I was thinking same thing regarding this topic. As someone new to the app, i think its features so far are great and really like its ease of use. Agreeing with the folks above it would be good to have a summary of what my investments will net me in terms of total dividends as the app seems to be good at giving other roundups/percentages etc.
Totally agree! I would love to see more information about the dividends e.g. ex dividend state, dividend yield for each stock, average dividend yield for my portfolio etc. I would also like to see the the total amount of dividends received on my statement every month. This would make it a lot easier to track the dividend growth of a portfolio.
It would be great if there was a separate part on each holding with the info on all paid dividends to date. On the part that says “Your investment”, where the number of shares, avg price etc are located, it would be a nice little addition saying something like “Income received”.
The above is per holding, if they pay dividends.