How to Trade Special Situation Cash-in-Lieu for Profit

When a stock goes through a corporate action like a merger or a reverse split, often some shareholders are left with fractional shares. Instead of leaving a shareholder with a fractional share, the company will often pay them the cash value of the fractional share. Often this is referred to as “cash-in-lieu.” Is there any …

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Reverse Splits and Going Private Transactions

Companies start out as private companies, and sometimes later go public, selling shares on an exchange or over-the-counter. Companies with tradable stock are public, but your local laundromat is probably private. There are a few big private companies like Lego, but it’s rare. Going Private With a Reverse Split Sometimes a company goes public, but …

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