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What Is a Stock Split? - Definition of Investing Terms
Answer: A stock split is essentially when a company increases the number of shares. For example, if you owned 25 shares of XYZ at $15 per share, and there  ...
Why Do Stocks Split? - Investing for Beginners - About.com
Most companies split their stock to keep the price attractive to individual investors . The price of the stock changes, but the market value remains the same.
Stock Dividends - Investing for Beginners - About.com
This article explains stock dividends, how they are issued and how they affect the investor. You'll also learn how stock dividends are different from stock splits.
Are Stock Splits Good for Investors? - About.com
Stock splits occur when a company splits its outstanding shares, usually 2 for 1. This reduces the share price and increases the number of outstanding shares.
What is a Reverse Stock Split? - Investing for Beginners - About.com
A reverse stock split is used to avoid delisting of a corporation's securities on a stock exchange. Following both the Internet bubble and the great recession ...
Microsoft Money Investments - Entering Transfers, Stock Splits, Spin ...
How To Enter Stock Splits, Spin-Offs, or Mergers in Microsoft Money. By Shelley Elmblad. Share this. Financial Software Categories. Spreadsheet Templates for ...
What Is a Stock Split? - Investing for Beginners - About.com
To make a stock cheaper and more affordable, a Board of Directors may vote to print more certificates and distribute them pro-rata to existing owners ...
Understanding the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA)
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is perhaps the most widely followed stock ... This flaw quickly became apparent when companies announced stock splits and  ...
How to Think About Share Price for Investing - Investing for Beginners
As a result, they announce a stock split. If Coke announced a 2-1 stock split, the company would double the amount of shares outstanding (in this case the ...
ETF Splits | How Regular and Reverse ETF Splits Work
Since ETFs are mini-portfolios that trade like stocks, they are also susceptible to regular splits as well as reverse splits. So as an ETF investor, it's important for ...
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