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Upcoming Stock Splits Calendar

Split Date
Name
Company
Type
Split Ratio
Mar 04, 2024LQR House Inc.forward0.67 for 1
Mar 04, 2024Seven & I Holdings C (SVNDY)forward0.67 for 1
Mar 04, 2024Infobird Co Limitedreverse1 for 8.00
Mar 04, 2024Prologis Property Mexico, S.A. de C.V.forward1.00 for 1
Mar 05, 2024Cloud Nine Education Groupreverse1 for 10.00
Mar 05, 2024Hannover Rueck SE (ADR)forward0.33 for 1
Mar 05, 2024Tootsie Roll Industries, Inc.forward0.97 for 1
Mar 06, 2024China Pharmareverse1 for 5.00
Mar 06, 2024Empire Petroleum Corporationforward1.00 for 1
Mar 19, 2024Champion Technology Holdings reverse1 for 4.00
Mar 21, 2024CSP Incforward0.50 for 1
Mar 22, 2024Valor Resources Ltdreverse1 for 25.00
Mar 25, 2024Interlink Electronics, Inc.forward0.67 for 1
Mar 28, 2024Mitsui Fudosan Co forward0.33 for 1
Mar 28, 2024MS&AD Insurance Group Holdings forward0.33 for 1
Mar 28, 2024Sysmex Corporationforward0.33 for 1
Mar 28, 2024Mitsubishi Heavy Industries forward0.10 for 1
Mar 28, 2024Terumoforward0.50 for 1
Mar 28, 2024NOF Corporationforward0.33 for 1
Mar 28, 2024FUJIFILM Holdings Corpforward0.33 for 1
Mar 28, 2024AS ONE Corporationforward0.50 for 1
Mar 28, 2024Otsuka Corporationforward0.50 for 1
Mar 28, 2024Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha forward0.33 for 1
Mar 28, 2024East Japan Railway Companyforward0.33 for 1
Mar 28, 2024Fujitsu forward0.10 for 1
Mar 28, 2024Kikkoman Corporationforward0.20 for 1
Mar 28, 2024West Japan Railway Companyforward0.50 for 1
Mar 28, 2024Old Dominion Freight Lineforward0.50 for 1
Mar 28, 2024Sompo Holdings, Inc.forward0.33 for 1
Mar 28, 2024Sanrio Company forward0.33 for 1
Apr 01, 2024Suzuki Motor Corpforward0.25 for 1
Apr 02, 2024Kikkoman Corp. (KIKOY)forward0.80 for 1
Apr 02, 2024Fujitsu Limitedforward0.50 for 1
Apr 09, 2024West Japan Railway (WJRYY)forward0.50 for 1
Apr 22, 2024DBS Group Holdingsforward0.91 for 1
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What do 'Reverse' and 'Forward' Indicate in a Stock Split?
Forward Split: This is the most common type of stock split. In a forward split, a company increases the number of its outstanding shares by dividing each share into multiple shares, which reduces the price per share. This is typically done to make the shares more affordable.
Reverse Split: In a reverse stock split, a company reduces the number of its outstanding shares by combining shares. This increases the price of each share. Companies might do this to meet stock exchange listing requirements or to attract a different type of investor.
Understanding Split Ratios
The split ratio column in our Stock Split Calendar indicates the proportion of the split. It's presented in a format like '1 to 2' or '10 to 1'.
Examples:
1. Forward Split Example (1 to 2): If a company announces a forward split with a ratio of 1 to 2, it means each share you own will be split into 2 shares. If you owned 100 shares before the split, you would own 200 shares after the split. The price of each share would be halved.
2. Reverse Split Example (10 to 1): If a company announces a reverse split with a ratio of 10 to 1, it means every 10 shares you own will be combined into 1 share. If you owned 100 shares before the split, you would own 10 shares after the split. The price of each share would be multiplied by 10.
Impact on Investment Value
It’s important to remember that whether it's a forward or a reverse split, the total value of your shares remains the same immediately after the split. For instance, if you own shares worth $1,000 before either type of split, you will still own shares worth $1,000 immediately after the split.
By checking the type of split and the split ratio in our Stock Split Calendar, you can better understand how an upcoming split will affect the number of shares you hold and their price per share.

FAQ

How does a stock split work?
In a stock split, a company divides its existing shares into multiple shares. While the number of shares outstanding increases, the total value of the shares remains the same, as does the company's market capitalization.
    Why do companies perform stock splits?
    Companies often perform stock splits to make their shares more affordable to small investors. This can potentially increase liquidity and broaden the shareholder base.
      What is a split ratio?
      The split ratio indicates how many new shares a shareholder will receive for each share they currently own. Common split ratios are 2-for-1 or 3-for-1, meaning a shareholder receives 2 or 3 shares for every 1 share they hold.
        Does a stock split affect the value of my investment?
        No, a stock split does not change the market value of your total investment or the company's market cap. However, you will own more shares at a proportionally lower price per share.
          What is the difference between a stock split and a reverse stock split?
          In a stock split, the number of shares increases while the share price decreases. In a reverse stock split, the number of shares decreases while the share price increases.
            Are there any risks associated with stock splits?
            Stock splits themselves do not typically pose a risk to investors, as they do not fundamentally alter the company's valuation. However, market perceptions and other external factors can impact stock prices post-split.
              Can I trade stocks on the day of the split?
              Yes, you can trade stocks on the day of the split. However, it's important to note that the stock price will be adjusted to reflect the split.
                How does a stock split affect dividends?
                After a stock split, the dividend per share is typically reduced proportionally to the split ratio, but since you own more shares, the total dividend amount you receive should remain the same.