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X Factor: 5 Stocks Reaching Their Ex-Dividend Date on September 28

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WP Carey & Co., The Bank of Nova Scotia, and Choice Hotels are on the list.

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Choice Hotels (NYSE:CHH) yields 2.33% annually and has a market cap of $1.81 billion. The international hotel franchisor will pay a monthly dividend of $0.185 on October 12, and its monthly yield will be 0.58% based on yesterday's closing price of $31.73. The company paid a quarterly since 2004. Each dividend has either increased or remained the same from the prior quarter.

Sanderson Farms (NASDAQ:SAFM) yields 1.55% annually and has a market cap of $1.01 billion. The provider of chicken products in the US will pay a quarterly dividend of $0.17 on October 16, and its quarterly yield will be 0.39% based on yesterday's closing price of $43.96. The company has paid a quarterly dividend since 1990. Every dividend has either increased or remained the same from the prior quarter.

Agilent Technologies (NYSE:A) yields 1.05% annually and has a market cap of $13.48 billion. The provider of bio-analytical and electronic measurement solutions will pay a quarterly dividend of $0.10 on October 24. Its quarterly yield will be 0.26% based on yesterday's closing price of $38.27. The company paid a one-time dividend in 2006 and began paying a quarterly dividend this year.

These companies also have their ex-dividend date on September 28. All annual yields are estimated.

Magic Software Enterprises (NASDAQ:MGIC) yields 2.15% annually and will pay a dividend of $0.10 on October 17. This is the second dividend paid by the company.

Eagle Materials (NYSE:EXP) yields 0.92% annually and will pay a quarterly dividend of $0.10 on November 11.

Purchase -- and have your broker settle -- before the ex-dividend date to secure the dividend.

(See also: When to Buy Back Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) Stock if You Removed Exposure.)

Twitter: @ChrisWitrak
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