What Stocks Are Going To Split?

Upcoming Stock Splits

CompanyPayable DateRatio
FRAK VanEck Vectors Unconventional Oil & Gas ETF4/14/20201-10
UCO ProShares Ultra Bloomberg Crude Oil4/20/20201-25
BOIL ProShares Ultra Bloomberg Natural Gas4/20/20201-10
DIG ProShares Ultra Oil & Gas4/20/20201-10

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What stocks are going to split in 2020?

Splits for April 2020

Company (Click for Company Information)SymbolEx-Date
Great Elm Capital Corp Company WebsiteGECC4/29/2020
Kodiak Copper CorpKDK:CA4/1/2020
Prospect Park Capital CorpPPK:CA4/2/2020
Waterfront Capital CorpENTH_H:CA4/1/2020

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Which stock splits the most?

Yet some companies are still traditionalists. The following three stocks are among the biggest that have done stock splits so far in 2018 and their prospects still largely look good.

StockSplit DateRatio
Aflac (NYSE:AFL)March 162-for-1
Trex (NYSE:TREX)June 182-for-1
Herbalife Nutrition (NYSE:HLF)May 152-for-1

How do you know if a stock is going to split?

Locating the Date of the Split

Identify the date in the “Payable Date” column. A company distributes the additional shares for the split on this date. In this example, if the payable date is June 1, the company would complete the split on that date. Identify the date in the “Ex Date” column.

Is Starbucks stock going to split?

As of October 2019, that initial IPO price, adjusted for stock splits and special dividends, was just 34 cents per share! Since its IPO, Starbucks stock has split 2:1 a total of six times. The company began paying a dividend in 2010 and has increased it annually since 2011.

Will the stock market crash in 2020?

Black Monday was a global stock market crash on 9 March 2020 that occurred during the 2020 stock market crash. In the United States, a trading curb, or circuit breaker, was triggered after stocks dropped sharply, halting trade for 15 minutes. The FTSE 100 Index opened 560 points (8.6%) lower to 5920.

How can I double my money in 5 years?

To use the rule of 72, divide the number 72 by an investment’s expected annual return. The result is the number of years it will take, roughly, to double your money.