Should not be any difference. Don't know why they would do a split. Odd lots are not a big issue any more for those who cannot buy in multiples of 100 shares.
At one time, odd lots were difficult to execute, making it more difficult for retail investors to buy sufficient numbers of shares. Doing a 2 for 1 split, thereby halving the share price, supposedly made the company's shares more accessible and thus an opportunity for share price growth. That is no longer the case (or shouldn't be) and thus why so many companies* now have share prices well in excess of $100. It costs the companies money to do a share split, so bottom line, I have no f*ing idea why ATD.B is doing what it is doing. As a shareholder myself, I am pissed. It isn't as if$80/share is excessive. There are better ways to spend shareholder money.Thanks Red
Why would people be charging their cars at a mall. Won't we all be charging our cars overnight at home, and that will get us through the day?It think maybe grocery stores / supercenters / malls with their large lots can easily install a lot of charging stations and give the customers something to do for 30 minutes while their cars are charging.
Yeah, those all make sense. I use to live downtown for about 5 years at one time and none of the houses had driveways (as they were built before cars were invented - many downtown areas are like this). I had to buy a permit and so I was allowed to park anywhere on the street. I often wonder how electric cars will work for those people?Yeah, that'll work for many people.
Some possible reasons:
Not everyone has a garage or even a driveway.
You were on a trip away from home.
You forgot to plug it in the night before.
You might exceed the 150 km / 200 km (fair-weather) range.
You have two cars and only one charger, etc.