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Is the bad news priced in? This hit over $100 in February and had dropped back down and done absolutely nothing since. What will it take? Management seems to think by adding a few pennies to the dividend it will keep investors interested. News flash "it ain't happening!"
Multi-platform media company IDI has just joined the Russell Microcap Index. Is this the start of a run towards $20 a share?
Cramer we are now going in the right direction, Selling @ 98 again!! And having a 100.00 party & not inviting any Management
It' about the money,,,100 shares vs 10 shares, also add the dividend as well. People want to buy low not in the 90's, not a stock like pepsi that you put away for your kids...its like mmm it hit170.00 and it has gone down hill from there, split the shares and the stock will rebound and will attract new blood.
Every time there is a spli announcement the stock moves higher, we need this in order for pepsi to move higher, obviously earnings is not enough.
People don't want to buy less shares most buy in 100 shares at a time. Splitting the stock makes the company affordable to investors who are willing to pay lower for 100 shares instead of only 10 shares at 93.00 for example or what ever the price is now. Buying into stocks cost money too. Check your math.
So you buy less shares.
There is no monetary gain by splitting, only ads cost to the equity involved.
More: If I had 100 shares that I paid $10.00 this would + $1000.
The stock splits 2:1, price now = $50.
Now I have 200 shares and my cost is still $1000.
I know all that, however, other investors can get the stock at a lower price instead of 93.00 a share...it is all about perception, would you rather buy it at 40 or 93? you do the math.
makes no sense to split. You don't make/get any additional gains.
Your value stays the same.
management has to change the formula and start re-creating.