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2 Quick Points to Simplify Stock Splits

Understand why a company may do a stock split

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On July 30th, Apple announced its Q3 2020 earnings (Apple’s fiscal year ends in September). Other than the company beating earnings with earnings per share of $2.58 versus an expectation of $2.07, the company made an announcement that overshadowed that. The company announced a 4-for-1 stock split.




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