The Wealthy Investor Explains the Nuances of Stock Splits

Announcing the Release of Episode 130 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy Podcast

Tyrone Jackson, The Wealthy Investor

In 2020, the stock market saw several major companies split their shares. In large part, stock splits occur whenever a company’s board of directors feels that the stock price is out of reach for the average retail investor.

“As a stock market trader, there are distinct advantages to owning S&P or Dow Jones stocks pre- and post-split,” says Tyrone Jackson, creator and founder of The Wealthy Investor program. Jackson goes to say, “Educated investors and options traders know how to use stock splits to their advantage." 

In episode 130 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast, Jackson breaks down the nuances of stock splits and how they benefit institutions. Listen to episode 130 of the Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast by going to

The Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast is heard by investors around the world and viewed by many as their number one stock market trading educational resource. In The Wealthy Investor program, Tyrone Jackson teaches stock market strategies that have been proven over time such as covered call writing, volatility trading and dividend collection. 

Successful investors know that a broad, nuanced education is required if they want to participate in the U.S. stock market at the highest level.

Once again, click here now to listen to episode 130 of Tyrone Jackson’s Trading Stocks Made Easy podcast and learn the significance of stocks splits and how they can positively impact a retail investor's portfolio. 

Source: The Wealthy Investor

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