Mark Gritter (markgritter) wrote,
Mark Gritter

Google Stock Split [mirrored from G+]

Despite lots of anguish over the "political" implications of Google's stock split into new non-voting shares, I have seen little analysis of the financial impact. What would you expect the price difference between a voting and non-voting share to be? (If you were an employee, would you be upset that your stock is the non-voting variety, and demand extra shares to make up for it?) Will index funds buy both types of shares?
Tags: economics, finance
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