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Yes, CSX offers a direct stock purchase plan through which you can purchase CSX common stock and reinvest cash dividends. You can review the plan brochure and download an enrollment form by clicking here. You may also call Broadridge Corporate Issuer Solutions at 1-800-521-5571 or visit their website at If you are calling from outside the U.S., call 1-204-285-0874. Their hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Eastern Time.




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When a broker holds your stock, it is usually registered in the broker's name, or "street name." CSX does not know the identity of individual shareholders who hold stock in this manner. We know only that a broker holds a certain number of shares that may be for any number of customers. Also, you will receive dividend payments, annual reports and proxy materials through your broker. Please notify your broker, not Broadridge Corporate Issuer Solutions, if you wish to eliminate unwanted, duplicate mailings.


Some shareholders hold stock on CSX records in similar but different names (e.g. John A. Smith and J.A. Smith). When this occurs, we are required to create separate accounts for each name. Although the mailing addresses are the same, we are required to mail separate dividend checks to each account.


If you want to consolidate separate accounts into one account, call Broadridge Corporate Issuer Solutions at (800) 521-5571 to request the necessary forms and instructions. When accounts are consolidated, it may be necessary to reissue stock certificates.


CSX pays quarterly dividends on its common stock on or about the 15th of March, June, September and December, when declared by the board of directors to shareholders of record approximately three weeks earlier. CSX offers direct deposit of dividends to shareholders who request it. If you would like direct deposit of your dividends, please notify Broadridge Corporate Issuer Solutions. You may also visit their website at


CSX stock (NYSE: CSX CSX ), which currently trades at $31 per share, looks like a good investment opportunity. The stock is down 16% year-to-date, performing in line with the broader S&P 500, which remains down by about 15% over the same period.


There are a couple of trends driving the stock lower of late. The demand for railroad business can primarily be linked to economic growth. The current high inflationary environment, rising interest rates, and recession fears have weighed on railroad stocks. Some prominent Wall Street analysts have recently downgraded their rating on CSX, citing the concerns over economic growth.


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The decline in railroad stocks in 2022 has created an exciting buying opportunity in the sector. However, stocks usually decline for a reason. In the case of East Coast-focused railroad CSX (CSX 1.49%) and others, there's a fear that supply chain constraints and labor issues might negatively impact the company.


Securities held in a brokerage account, and registered in the name of the broker or other institution, are referred to as being in "street name" or "beneficial shares." If you keep your stock with your broker in a broker account, you are a "street name" holder and are not directly registered on the company's records as maintained by the transfer agent. Company mailings, including dividends, will reach you through your broker. If you wish to move your shares from registered to beneficial ownership, Broadridge or your broker will help you do so.


The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) entitles transfer agents and corporate issuers to receive signature guarantees to protect them against fraudulent and unauthorized transfers. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations define the financial institutions that are eligible to provide such signature guarantees, e.g., commercial banks, brokers, credit unions, savings and loan institution. Signature Guarantee Programs have been developed and eligible financial institutions which subscribe to such programs are issued "Medallion Guarantee Stamps". Transfer agents are obligated to ensure that such stamps appear on the transfer documents and are entitled to refuse a transfer of shares if a signature is not guaranteed with a stamp. A notary stamp is not acceptable when transferring the ownership of stock. 041b061a72


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