Amazon stock split

How to change my portfolio for Amazon stock split 1-20?

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I second this question. Should be relevant for Alphabet which is coming up as well.

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This will help! :smiley:

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After doing it, the Amazon price seems right, but the sell transaction is not registered in my history and my overall profit/loss does not seem right.

Hi there,

What do you mean by not registered in history? It should create a sell and buy transaction.

Why do you think so?

Cheers,
Evan

To remove the previous I did a sell 100 Amzn first as described in the tutorial. Although the Amzn was removed, there is no such transaction in my history now.

My previous profit/loss was around 400k before I entered the transactions. But after I did it, although my amzn shares volume and price is right, but my profit shot up to 500k+.

Regards,
cokezero.

Hi there,

I see issues with the transactions → https://stocks.cafe/portfolio/transactions?label_ids=6105&filter=USX%3AAMZN

The sell transactions was wrongly entered to be 6 June 2002. (Should be 6 June 2022)

What I suggest.

  1. Remove the Sell Transactions on 6 June 2002.
  2. Remove the Buy Transactions on 6 June 2022.
  3. Use this link to handle the stock split → https://stocks.cafe/portfolio/transactions/tosplit

Cheers,
Evan

Thank you for pointing out my error. I edited the date and everything is fine now. Thank you.

Regards,
cokezero.

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Great! Cheers!~

Evan - I did the above but the summary table now shows my Amazon loss (annualised PL) now at 100pc??

See - https://stocks.cafe/portfolio

Hi there,

Yes, that is a known weakness with this stock split. It is essentially resetting when you started “holding” Amazon.

And since 6 June split, the stock price paid was in the past where you first bought it which average to above 150 and now that the stock is only worth ~100, it is estimating that you have lost >30% in just a few days which annualized to >100% in theory and of course I kept that to 100%.

Cheers,
Evan