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Why Companies Split Their Stock: Slide Series Edition

by Modern Money

Why Companies Split Their Stock 101

Ever wonder why publicly traded companies split their stock? Use this slide deck to understand their rationale for doing so alongside a recent example of Apple’s stock split that took place on August 31, 2020.

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Why do companies split their stock
Companies split their stock to make the stock price more accessible to a wider range of investors and increase liquidity in the market.
Companies split their stock to make the stock price more accessible to a wider range of investors and increase liquidity in the market.
Who will split stock in the future?

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