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How to adjust a stock for splits

Updated on 2011-05-04 05:00:57

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- In the main menu, select "Symbol" then "Split"
- Select a stock, a split date then click on "Add split date"
- Update the split ratio (you can also adjust for reverse splits) then click on "Apply"

You can also perform a split by opening a chart, selecting a stock, clicking on a date then on CONTROL+S.

In the Split form, the button "Analyze" analyzes stock quotes for potential splits. The number of potential splits that are detected depends on the sensitivity value. The higher the sensitivity the more splits will be detected. Note that these may not be real splits. Gaps may be interpreted as potential splits.

To delete a split, click on X icon or click on Clear to delete all splits.

To undo a split, select the split date then perform a reverse split.
You created a 1:2 split on 01/01/2005. To undo it, select that date then perform a split with the opposite ratio: 2:1

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