This tool helps you calculate the new share count and price after a reverse stock split.

## Reverse Stock Split Calculator

This tool calculates the effect of a reverse stock split on your shares and their price per share.

### How to Use:

- Enter the current number of shares you own.
- Enter the current price per share.
- Enter the reverse split ratio (e.g., for a 10:1 reverse split, enter 10).
- Click “Calculate” to see the new number of shares and the new price per share.

### How It Works:

This calculator multiplies the initial price per share by the reverse split ratio and divides the initial number of shares by the same ratio. For example, if you own 1000 shares at $2 each, and there’s a 10:1 reverse split, you end up with 100 shares at $20 each.

### Limitations:

- This calculator does not account for fractional shares that might be handled differently depending on company policy.
- It assumes no other market factors influence the stock price during the split.

## Use Cases for This Calculator

### Calculate New Stock Price After Reverse Stock Split

Enter the current stock price and the ratio of the reverse stock split to determine the new stock price after the split. This calculation helps investors understand the impact of the reverse split on their investment.

### Determine Total Shares After Reverse Stock Split

Input the current number of shares and the reverse split ratio to find out the total number of shares after the reverse stock split. This information can help shareholders understand the change in their ownership percentage.

### Estimate New Market Capitalization Post Reverse Stock Split

By entering the current market capitalization and the reverse split ratio, you can calculate the new market capitalization after the reverse stock split. This data is crucial for understanding the company’s valuation.

### Compute Percentage Increase in Stock Price

Specify the current and new stock prices to compute the percentage increase resulting from a reverse stock split. This calculation allows investors to gauge the impact of the reverse split on the stock’s value.

### Compare Pre and Post Reverse Stock Split Earnings Per Share

Input the current earnings per share and the reverse split ratio to compare the pre and post reverse stock split earnings per share. This analysis helps investors evaluate the company’s financial performance.

### Assess Impact on Dividends Per Share After Reverse Stock Split

Enter the current dividend per share and the reverse split ratio to determine the new dividend per share post reverse stock split. This calculation helps investors understand the effect of the split on dividend payments.

### Analyze Pre and Post Reverse Stock Split Book Value Per Share

Specify the current book value per share and the reverse split ratio to analyze the changes in book value per share after a reverse stock split. This comparison gives insights into the company’s financial health.

### Calculate Ownership Percentage Before and After Reverse Stock Split

Input your current number of shares and the total outstanding shares to calculate your ownership percentage before and after the reverse stock split. This calculation helps you understand the impact of the split on your ownership stake.

### Estimate Market Price Range Post Reverse Stock Split

By entering the current market price range and the reverse split ratio, you can estimate the new price range after the reverse stock split. This information is useful for anticipating potential price movements.

### Determine Impact on Market Capitalization After Reverse Stock Split

Input the current market capitalization and the reverse split ratio to determine the impact on market capitalization after the reverse stock split. This calculation provides insights into the company’s market value after the split.