Stock Splits Boost Short-Term PerformanceRupert Hargreaves
Are stock splits good, or bad for investors?
Typically, most studies that look into the effect of stock splits, work around the thesis that the majority of companies have a ‘trading range’ for their stock, a price range within with they believe will attract the most shareholders. When the price moves out of this range, they split.
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