Could GOOG Stock Split Make Larry Page and Sergey Brin Richer?

Big tech companies split their shares to give broad access to potential investors that seek much cheaper stocks for their tech portfolios. Two years ago Tesla has applied 5-for-1 meaning that each owned share became five shares. Eventually, it has pushed Tesla to become an automaker with the biggest market cap. Partially it could push Elon Musk to be number one rich in the world according to Forbes.Google's CEO encourages employees to return to work in the office.

  • The same strategy is going to be employed for Amazon shares that had splits in the 90s
  • Amazon shareholders just need to approve the split exercise soon
  • Jeff Bezos may come back as the first rich passing Elon Musk
  • Larry Page and Sergey Brin could apply the same tactics
  • GOOG had only two splits: March 27, 2014, and April 27, 2015
  • The 20-for-1 split method can be applied for GOOG as well while it is cheaper than Amazon for around 110 points

Google stock split: What you need to know about GOOG shares