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Reverse stock splits question

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10/06/2021 - 19:50

I am new to stocks, investing a small amount and am experiencing my first share consolidation. In this situation, I have 6 shares, but the consolidation is 4 to 1. So what happens in a situation like this?   submitted by   /u/ketimmer [link]   [comments]


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