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When we look at the stock price fluctutaion chart of a company that has gone through a number of splits, the dips dont show. I can surmise but rather have confirmation from a knowledgeable person.
After all one man's mistake is other's fortune.

All historical prices are updated to reflect post-split prices, even though the spilt hadn't occurred yet. So there would be no "dips" in the chart, all the prices would be adjusted.

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