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Investors Bought This Hyper-Growth Artificial Intelligence (AI) Stock Hand Over Fist in 2023. Will It Split Its Shares in 2024?

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It would be difficult to not mention Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) when recapping the stock market’s 2023. The rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and Nvidia’s triple-digit surge are arguably among 2023’s leading headlines.

By the end of December, Nvidia had rocketed to roughly $500 per share, a steep price for many investors who want to buy whole shares.

Will the stock split in 2024 and bring down the price of a full share? Should that affect whether investors should continue buying shares?

Here is what you need to know.

Why Nvidia stock could split

Predicting a stock split isn’t rocket science, and some clues point to it happening soon with Nvidia. The company has a history of splitting its stock, which is when a company multiplies or divides its share count without changing overall market capitalization. So, if the number of shares goes up, the value per share goes down.

Nvidia’s most recent split came in 2021. Shares were trading at $744 before the split. Nvidia isn’t yet at such a high share price, but it’s getting within shouting distance at $500.

Before 2021, Nvidia split its stock four other times between 2000 and 2007. Shares rose 334% over those seven years. I think management likes to keep the share price palatable for most investors.

The rapid growth of AI in 2023 has also established a growth narrative around Nvidia that could stretch well into the future. In other words, Nvidia’s fundamentals seem destined to carry the stock higher over the coming years, and that makes me think a Nvidia stock split is a matter of when and not if.

But here’s the secret about stock splits

Investors must understand what stock splits do and don’t do. Splits reduce the trading price of a share of stock. This makes it cheaper to own a piece of that business, but a split doesn’t fundamentally affect a stock’s value. It creates a lower share price by splitting the stock into more pieces (shares).

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