"Bonus Shares" - By issuing bonus shares, the number of outstanding shares increases, but each share’s value reduces, as shown in the example above. The face value remains unchanged.

  1. I am torn in economics behind it. If retail refuses to sell and only keeps buying they may not be able to drop price. Price “should” be where supply meets demand. If retails only holds and there is no supply to short then there still is not real supply and price wouldn’t change.

  2. Can somebody please link here why we think we get bonus? Did I missed something? Many thanks..

  3. https://www.reddit.com/r/Superstonk/comments/vzy502/wait_wait_wait_the_type_is_bonus_issue_not_stock/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf

  4. I'm curious as to whether this is the same as or different from the 4:1 split announced in the filing.

  5. If a 2:1 means your go from 100 to 300 shares, that's 3x of your current share quantity. Does that mean that we should expect 5x our current share quantity?

  6. What's the source of this false information? Could you add a link? You shouldn't post something as education without a link.

  7. It doesn’t cost the issuing company anything to issue more shares. SHFs on the other hand have to buy shares that are issued to holders, not the open market. That is why a stock dividend is better than a simple stock split

  8. So wait… is it a 4x or 5x of shares on 4:1? The chart shows that its a x(shares held) + shares held, i stead of x(shares held)

  9. Not saying that this info is wrong. Just want to clarify. If OPs source is correct than bonus shares would be same as a stock dividend and it would clarify why Computershare calls the dividend a bonus.

  10. Not saying that this info is wrong. Just want to clarify. If OPs source is correct than bonus shares would be same as a stock dividend and it would clarify why Computershare calls the dividend a bonus.

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