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Subject:  Stock Split Date:  3/21/2001  1:42 PM
Author:  cfdunton Number:  28551 of 88527

In the annual report for a company it lists among its 2000 highlights "declared two-for-one stock split in the form of a 100% stock dividend payable December 7, 2000."

Can any of you experienced investors explain what that means? I thought that when a stock split 2 for 1, you then had twice as many shares at half the price. Does the above mean that you would not have more shares?

Just when I think I'm catching on, along comes something new!

Thanks in advance for any help.
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