Reverse Stock Splits: Good or Bad for Shareholders?
A reverse stock split is a reduction in the number of companies traded shares that results in an increase in the value of the shares but a decrease in how many shares are available to purchase. for example, a 2:1 reverse stock split, a company would take every two shares and they would be replaced…
The Power of a BULL Market
To pursue maximum investment returns in the market, you have to be in it for the long term. It makes more sense to stay committed to an investment plan rather than try to guess the best time to be in the market. Over the past 70 years, bull markets have lasted longer (47 months on…