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Study of Impact of Stock Split on Stocks - Empirical Study

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Introduction:
Companies often split shares of their stock to try to make them more affordable to individual investors. Unlike an issuance of new shares, a stock split does not dilute the ownership interests of existing shareholders. When a company declares a stock split, its share price will decrease, but a shareholder’s total market value will remain the same. For example, if you own 100 shares of a company that trades at $100 per share and the company declares a two for one stock split, you will own a total of 200 shares at $50 per share immediately after the split. If the company pays a dividend, your dividends paid per share will also fall proportionately.

A stock may split two for one, three for two, or any other combination. A reverse stock split occurs when a company reduces its number of outstanding shares, such as a one for two split. For a history of a company’s stock splits, check the company’s web site or contact its investor relations department.

A stock split or stock divide increases the number of shares in a public company. The price is adjusted such that the before and after market capitalization of the company remains the same and dilution does not occur. Options and warrants are included. A stock split is  a  corporate action in which a company divides its existing shares into multiple shares. Conceptually, a stock split event is not expected to materially affect a splitting company’s  financials. The splitting company’s existing shareholders  continue to hold the same percentage  holding  in  the  company  before  and  after  a  stock  split.  Despite  these  theoretical  aspects,  a  company’s stock split announcement has been observed to be a net positive impact event. After a  split,  new investors might  be interested in  buying  the stock as it is available at a lower price,  in  the hope  that they would stand to gain  (reverse split events—wherein the  stock price is higher— have  been  non-existent  for  the  time  period  in  question).

Number of Pages of Project Report: 43
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Table of Contents of Project Report:
ABSTRACT
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW
CHAPTER 3: THEORETICAL BACKGROUND: CASE DISCUSSION
Bottom Line
CHAPTER 4: DATA AND METHODOLOGY
CHAPTER 5: DATA ANALYSIS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCES

 


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