The company’s stock split three times—two two-for-one splits in 1998 and 1999, and a three-for-one split in 1999.
Is Amazon ever going to split?
The long pause. Yet throughout the rise that eventually sent the tech giant toward a $1 trillion market cap, Amazon has never done another split. Even a brief move in the share price above $2,000 during 2018 didn’t prompt a move. CEO Jeff Bezos has historically shown no real interest in doing further stock splits.
How many times has Apple split its stock?
Apple’s stock has split four times since the company went public.
When was last time Amazon stock split?
The price for shares of the major online retailer has nearly doubled in the last year. Amazon once split its stock regularly, doing so three times in a 15-month span in 1998 and 1999.
Why has Amazon stock not split?
For this reason, only one reason exists to split this stock — a move into the Dow Jones Index. The Dow exists as a weighted index. Hence, Amazon at its current price would wield a disproportionate influence on the gauge. The only way Amazon will move onto that index is through a stock split.