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Hi everyone,

Several of my stocks split in the past year. I understood that whatever shares I owned at the time of the split were affected according to the split ratio. However, I had confusion as to which date/share price to apply.

If I have this correct from recent posts: The new share price is not determined by the date of the split but by the original purchase price(s) of the shares? Meaning that a $60 share would now be $30, and $50 shares, $25?

Thanks for verifying/correcting this.


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