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unless i am missing something splitting the stock does not have any value one way or the other. Shareholders are left with the same percentage ownership interest in the company before and after the split. For such a great company that otherwise seems to be quite rational and shareholder focused, why does Heico engage in this practice? There is nothing inherently wrong or right with doing it but it just seems odd. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.

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Posted by Matthew Lembo (Questions: 1, Answers: 0)
Asked on September 14, 2019 11:19 pm
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It's a bit of a head-scratcher. Management seems to like it, I'm not sure why. Part of the reason might be that they're trying to increase liquidity on the A's to close the gap with the commons, but that doesn't seem to be helping.

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Posted by Liberty (Questions: 0, Answers: 2)
Answered on October 17, 2019 7:38 pm