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Why Have Stock Splits Surged in Popularity?
New Ask Adam Anything Video

By: Matt Clark, Research Analyst

Dear Loyal Reader,

Ask Adam Anything: With news of big names including Amazon, Tesla, GameStop and Google announcing recent stock splits, we revisit an episode of Ask Adam Anything.

Chief Investment Strategist Adam O’Dell tells us:

  • What a stock split is.
  • What it means for folks who hold shares of a company that splits its shares (or those who are considering buying the stock).

Click here or on the image below for the details.

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The CEO of Microsoft Is Calling This "the Defining Technology of Our Time."

We're on the brink of mankind's biggest invention. This breakthrough could turn Big Tech on its ear. Bank of America says it will spur the "fastest rollout of disruptive tech in history." And the CEO of Google says this could be "bigger than fire." But the window for reaping the biggest profits in the shortest amount of time is closing soon.

Yet the savvy investors who get in today have the best shot at raking in the biggest gains about to unfold.

If you have a question, we just might feature it next week. (And if we do, we'll thank you by sending you free Money & Markets gear!)

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To good profits, 

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Matt Clark
Research Analyst, Money & Markets


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