A company's stock split history is a listing of all of the times in which the company has split its shares into multiple units, according to Texas Instruments and Investopedia. A stock split keeps the shares' total dolla... More »

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Since listing on the stock market in November 1999, United Parcel Service has never had a stock split. As a result, the company has not needed to adjust its dividend payout to reflect this, as indicated by SplitHistory.c... More »

Microsoft common stock has been split nine times since the company's initial public offering in 1986, according to the company's website. As of 2015, the most recent of these splits occurred in February 2003 when each sh... More »

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As with most stocks, an Exxon Mobil stock split occurs when the company decides to increase or decrease the current amount of shares outstanding, explains Investopedia. Part of the procedure requires Exxon Mobil’s Board ... More »

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General Electric stock split nine times between 1926 and 2015, according to the company website. GE stock split 2-for-1 in 1971, 1983, 1987, 1994 and 1997. The stock split 3-for-1 in 2000. The company doesn't keep a set ... More »

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A three-for-two stock split is defined as a corporate more to increase the number of stock shares on the market by giving shareholders three shares of stock in exchange for every two shares held, according to Investopedi... More »

Two good times to sell a stock are when the company's value no longer justifies the stock price and when there is rapid price appreciation due to investors purchasing large blocks of shares, explains Investopedia. Howeve... More »

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