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X Factor: 5 Stocks Reaching Their Ex-Dividend Date on October 17

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SLM Corporation, Procter & Gamble, and Cracker Barrel Old Country Store are on the list.

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Cracker Barrel Old Country Store (NASDAQ:CBRL) yields 2.99% annually and has a market cap of $1.57 billion. The operator of the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store restaurant and retail concept in the US will pay a quarterly dividend of $0.50 on November 5. This dividend results in a quarterly yield of 0.75% based on yesterday's closing price of $66.85. The company has paid a dividend since 1982 and a quarterly dividend since 1984, except for 2000, 2001, 2002, and 2003 when it only paid one dividend each year. Each dividend payment has either increased or remained the same from the prior quarter.

DST Systems (NYSE:DST) yields 1.41% annually and has a market cap of $2.51 billion. The provider of information processing and software services and products will pay a semi-annual dividend of $0.40 on November 8. Its semi-annual yield will be 0.70% based on yesterday's closing price of $56.85. The company began paying a semi-annual dividend in 2010.

These companies also have their ex-dividend date on October 17. All annual yields are estimated.

Main Street Capital Corporation (NYSE:MAIN) yields 6.15% annually and will pay a monthly dividend of $0.15 on November 15.

Friedman Industries (NYSEAMEX:FRD) yields 4.81% annually and will pay a quarterly dividend of $0.13 on November 16.

Comtech Telecommunications (NASDAQ:CMTL) yields 4.11% annually and will pay a quarterly dividend of $0.275 on November 20.

Resource America (NASDAQ:REXI) yields 1.89% annually and will pay a quarterly dividend of $0.03 on October 31.

PerkinElmer (NYSE:PKI) yields 0.94% annually and will pay a quarterly dividend of $0.07 on November 9.

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

Twitter: @ChrisWitrak
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