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It is a very frustrating job to find up-to-date and accurate mutual fund distribution data. There must be a decent database somewhere. Barron’s Online shows the latest only.

Do you have any suggestions? Seems like this would be one of the major needs of those trying to keep track of fund performance.

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Mutual fund companies disseminate their daily NAVs (net asset values) through the Nasdaq data feed. The feed notes that a fund went ex-dividend on a given date, but as you have discovered, obtaining a thorough and accurate fund distribution history is difficult.

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