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Question about NVDA's Stock Split/Dividend

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10/06/2021 - 21:55

Hey friendos. I have been having a hell-uv-a-time trying to figure out the mechanics of the NVDA stock split that just got approved. The stock split will be payable in the form of a stock dividend. Each shareholder of record as of June 21 will receive an additional three shares of stock for every share held. The shares will be distributed after the market close on July 19, and the newly split shares will begin trading when the market opens on Tuesday, July 20. So my question is, if I buy shares on the friday before record date, do I have to hold until the Jul 19th, or am I in the clear b/c the shares are being distributed as a "dividend". My instincts tell me that it should probably read share holders as of the split date will receive 3:1 because otherwise a new shareholder after the 21st of Jun basically committed to losing 75% of the value. My experience with "dividends" if you hold on the record date the next day you can sell and still receive the dividend... The wording just seems off... or I could be crazy... I guess is a "stock" dividend materially different than a "cash dividend"? thanks   submitted by   /u/geggleto [link]   [comments]


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    hi guys, I' m developing a portfolio able to rise in the long run with good dividend, I'm going to start investing investing 2,5k now to each of these stock and adding every months 1/1,5k,trying to split in equal part to every stock. This is the stock I want to buy: grocery: ingles/carrefour (good p/e and undervalued market my opinion) oil: bp ( undervalued market) food: nestle (leader of its sector and stable growth) drugs: pfizer bayer ( my opinion traded discount price) finance: ares stock (stable stock with good dividend) tech: IBM(?) (not so secure to buy) Apple (same as iBM, but they have a tons of liquidity) I'd like to hear a feedback from u and every suggestion about a new stock is welcome.   submitted by   /u/razzoman [link]   [comments]
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  48. : GE stock turns lower after confirming $30 billion AerCap deal, proposing reverse stock split (10/03/2021 - Market Watch)
    Shares of General Electric Co. dropped Wednesday, after the industrial conglomerate confirmed a $30 billion deal with AerCap Holdings NV, while also surprisingly proposing a 1-for-8 reverse stock split.
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  49. Help Me Understand (25/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I invested in GLDFF (now CHAL) a while back because a guy in a comment section somewhere said to check them out lol (thank you, whoever you are). I checked my account today and it shows a gain of an unbelievable amount - I'm up like 2200%. At first I thought it was an error in the system or something. I guess the reverse split caused this? What is a reverse split? ​ My primary question however is this - should I take my profits, or is this a squeezable situation? Or let it ride and see if the price rises more with time? ​ Please excuse my ignorance and thank you in advance for your help!   submitted by   /u/Temporary-Session-76 [link]   [comments]
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