Stock Split Calculation?

Answer Calculating stock splits and their effect on your shares as a stockholder is relatively simple once you understand the two basic variables involved. Generally, share price and the number of shares ... Read More »

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Difference Between Stock Dividend & Stock Split?

A stock dividend occurs when the company uses the amount of money that would be paid as a cash dividend to purchase additional common shares for the shareholder. A stock split happens when a compan... Read More »

What is a stock split?

A stock split is an increase in the number of outstanding shares of a company's stock. The proportionate equity of each individual shareholder remains the same.ReasonsA stock split occurs when a co... Read More »

What does it mean to split stock?

A company's board of directors decides on a stock split. A forward split is an increase in the number of shares, and a reverse split is a decrease. A stock's price is affected by a split but not it... Read More »

What is stock split?

Companies perform stock splits to control the price of their stock in the market. Some companies feel if a stock price is too high it excludes or prevents potential buyers from purchasing the stock... Read More »