Spin off stocks are a great way to earn solid double digit profits in the market when the parent company decides to “spin off” a non-core business, thus creating a separate business.
The general definition is:
The creation of an independent company through the sale or distribution of new shares of an existing business/division of a parent company. A spinoff is a type of divestiture.
When a company wants to spin off an existing business, it must file a Form 10-12b through the SEC. We will search for 10-12b forms in Edgar Online to uncover these potential spin offs.
Find Spin Off Stocks in Just 3 Easy Steps
- Conduct a search using Edgar
- Type into the search box the following: form-type = 10-12b
- Press Search and view HTML documents
If you need more help, please refer to the video explaining how to find spin off stocks.
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