TeachMeFinance.com - explain Watered stock
Watered stock -- A colloquialism used when the capital
stock of a company is increased in amount without a corresponding
increase in assets. When a stock dividend is declared
the original stock is watered to that extent unless the
new stock represents added property or value in some form.
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