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According to my records, the ex-dividend date for this payout was 5/12, so you will get the dividend regardless.

However, IMHO, if you have any faith at all in the F4 approach or in GM as a company in and of itself, you should hold on to the stock and not jump out for a short-term gain. After all, unless the strike goes so long that it impacts summer sales, the stock will very likely come back to at least where it was before the strike loomed. And even if it does go on a long time, the company will certainly not be irreparably damaged by this. And who wants to give all that money to Uncle Sam in capital gains taxes anyway?

But, it's your money and your decision.

==> david
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