DIVIDENDS

International Dividends: Thousands of Companies in Hundreds of Countries

ORATS now offers dividend forecasts for all developed and emerging markets and many frontier markets. With strong international dividend provider partner Woodseer, the focus is on accuracy, timeliness and scale.

Dividends are an important input into your options pricing model. Bad dividend amounts or dates can throw off your greeks, theoretical values and implied volatilities. 

From Canada to China, Singapore to South Africa, United States to United Kingdom, let us know your international dividend need and we will get you a quote.

 

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Dividends

Forecasts, a mix of three models:

  1. The research performed by our partner Woodseer.
  2. ORATS proprietary analysis of historical dividend payouts.

  3. ORATS model of dividend seasonal effects.

Our experienced staff and sophisticated dividend algorithms then contrast and combine these perspectives to produce a  consolidated forecast. And lastly, our dividend analysts spot-check the results daily to make sure the feed contains nothing but clean data. The result is one of the best dividend forecast feeds available in the industry.

Markets with dividend forecasts of companies

Contact Mike Marshall at (312) 986-1060

Australia
Canada
China
France
Germany
Hong Kong
India
Japan
Korea
Singapore
South Africa
Sweden
Switzerland
Taiwan
United Kingdom
United States


 


Dividend Forecast File Structure

For each market, the file structure and explanations are below. The file updates periodically throughout the day with the major update overnight. The periodic flat file extracts via SFTP/FTP.




Contact Mike Marshall - call / text (312) 986-1060 or mike@orats.com

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