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Not really. That dog is all bark and no bite.
Well, that IS a huge tool.
Someone who understands.There was an uproar. The split was delayed for many months due to shareholder legal action.Nobody's voting influence has changed yet.Correct. Everybody had the same number of votes after the split that they had before, contrary to DED's idea that Google somehow took votes away from people.
That happened almost immediately to nobody's surprise. Today class c shares (GOOG) were around 517 and class a shares (GOOGL) were around 522. The reason has nothing to do with dilution, which was the point of my correction for Corrections. Now, I have no doubt that Google's plan is to never issue any voting stock again, but rather use the non-voting class c shares for compensation and possibly for making acquisitions. That way, no matter how many class c shares they...
Google's issuance of Class C stock did not create any new votes, nor did it remove any votes from the owners of the Class A stock (who received the newly issued Class C shares on a one for one basis). The voice of the shareholders is just as diluted or concentrated as it was before the issuance. If someone sells their Class A shares and keeps their Class C shares, their voice will disappear, obviously (but then it will be owned by another person, so no real change in the...
You are ignoring eight years of iTunes festivals.
Isn't Lenovo currently in possession of the bag o' shit?
Yes, that will clear it up for people who think AAPL was going to grant stock owners the shares they already owned.
Clear and correct. How do you think splits are executed, if not by granting more shares to current owners?
People who could not afford $524.75 shares could drive up the price by buying $74.96 shares, or their impact could be insignificant.According to Yahoo finance, institutional ownership of AAPL is 62% today. Let's see how that changes after the split.
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