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Nadia Vanderhall
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Between today and tomorrow (heck maybe a after) — you’re going to be hearing commentary about the $GOOGL stock split. Followed by $GME . Even I analyzed it when it was announced (along with $AMZN + $SHOPSee more
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Invested in GameStop
#stocksplits 💎🤝🦍🚀
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The big talk over the last couple of weeks have been around the pending #stocksplits we have coming up — one of the things pressing was shareholder vote. For $AMZN, that was a “Go” like I expected (I voted for it😬)! One of the caveat to their split is the buy-back that had the potential to pull up the price per share quickly due to the company buying back shares of the said stock. It happens allSee more
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#stocksplitsHave you ever woken up, checked your portfolio and found that one of your stocks says it has increased by hundreds of percentage points? My hope is that your specific scenario meant a buyout of the company or a huge catalyst that caused the jump, but the more likely scenario is that the stock went through a stock split. A traditional stock split occurs when a company divides existingSee more
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