How many times has walmart stock split since 1982?
According to Yahoo! Finance, Walmart's stock has had nine two-for-one splits since its IPO. There was one split in 1982 and six 2:1 splits since then. The following list shows the history of WMT stock splits:
The price of the original stock in 1976 was between $1.00 and $1.20. The stock has split 2 for 1 4 times and 3 for 1 since then so there would be 480 shares now. 10x2, 20x2, 40x2, 80x2 160x3 = 480. The current price of GE (10/17/07) is around $41.00. If my calculations are right, the original investment of about $11.00 would now be worth $19,680.
Usually when a stock splits, the investor is left with more number of stock units than what he held before. If a stock of face value Rs. 10 declares a split of 1:10 it means that the new face value will be Rs. 1 and the investor will have 10 times the number of shares when compared to what he had previously. So if he held 100 shares before the split, he will have 1000…
ford <><><> Ford Motor Company has had ONE stock split in the past 10 years. Tootsie Roll (symbol TR) has had 9 stock splits in 10 years. There MAY be other companies with more, but TR is high on the list if not topping it. However, TR has had 10 stock splits since 2000, they are extremely smalls splits. They are splits of 103 shares to 100, which is basically a 3% yearly stock dividend…
Where it all began, Des Plaines, IllinoisRay Kroc opened the Des Plaines restaurant in 1955. First day's revenues-$366.12! No longer a functioning restaurant, the Des Plaines building is now a museum containing McDonald's memorabilia and artifacts, including the Multimixer! The initial stock offering to the general public was in 1965. Since then it has split 12 times.
You need to contact Kellogg's shareholder services department. Kellogg has split its stock eight times since 1951. So... 100 shares of stock became 200 shares in 1951... which became 400 shares in 1958... which became 800 shares in 1963... 1600 shares in 1970... 3200 shares in 1973... 6400 shares in 1986... 12,800 shares in 1991... and finally 25,600 shares in 1997. So call the company and have them help you out. Their number is(877) 910-5385.
"During the worst times the stock of Chrysler fell to under $2.00 per share. I found one account that said it went as low as $1.50. By December of 1982 Chrysler stock was $15 per share. In 1983 Chrysler bought back the warrants issued to the Treasury at about $21.50 per share, a $300 million plus profit for the government. On August 11, 1983 the stock price closed at $26.75. In March of 1987 Chrysler…
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Empty shelves at Walmart are the result of incompetent management at the upper levels, they refuse to listen to the customers. They are trying to find the elusive 80% of sales from 20% of merchandise. Well, duh! It is only a theory! It doesn't work in the real world ! Walmart executives must be convinced that the customers are really too stupid to notice what is going on. This is further complicated by the re-order…