|The initial raising of capital by putting a company's stocks on offer to the public. The total number of outstanding shares available to the public for buying.|
This is the number of freely traded shares in the hands of the public.
Float is calculated as Shares Outstanding minus Shares Owned by Insiders, 5% Owners, and Rule 144 Shares.
The difference between the bid price and the ask price (buy price and sell price) ...
A public shell that has been created either through issuance of shares following a bankruptcy (these ...
Reverse Stock Split
A reverse stock split is defined by the SEC as a transaction that reduces the number ...
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