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Nadia Vanderhall
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 + $SHOP ).. so I have theories.. The usual questions I get here and on other platforms (like I did yesterday a good bit) is should you get in on this or any split? It depends on you. Oh that term. Why? I’m going to give you insight into my answer to this person. 2020 vs 2022. You see back in 2020 there both $AAPL and $TSLA had stock splits that was massive it was top of the pandemic.. the market was solid. Welcome to 2022. We have been deal with some interesting swings filled with sell-offs, corrections and the kitchen sink. Before Amazon had their split they were sitting at $2K+, now they have nearly cracked $125 per share after the split. Granted Amazon and Google are like Apple + Oranges — but something to think about. Shopify hasn’t rebounded much either. You can buy the volume on either side of the split. It depends on: your risk tolerance, your bank (buy-in), your positioning and market volatility. Companies perform stock splits to not only bring in new investors due to the price but cycle in some dinero. At this time — companies need it. The last part isn’t talked about much. Google could be the odd man out and perform well. But $TSLA still has to vote on theirs next month. And $GME has theirs at the end of the month. Homework over hype. There’s no wrong way to play (pay) a split — but the timing could make your gains interesting either way. #stocksplits #stocksplit #investorsinsight #research #learning #growth #buildandgrow
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