Stock Splits

Current shareholders are given some number (or fraction) of shares for each stock share owned.  Thus, in a three-for-one split, each shareholder would receive three new shares in exchange for each old share, thereby tripling the number of shares outstanding.  Stock splits usually occur when the stock price is outside the range of the optimal trading range.
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