Categories
Investments glossary

Anti-Dilution Provision

Spread the love
Quotes of the day:

Oil prices will keep breaking new records until other countries move to nuclear and alternative energy sources or we discover massive new reserves and increase production dramatically over the next few years.

— Med Jones

Anti-dilution provisions—sometimes referred to as anti-dilution clauses—are measures built into a convertible security or an option that shield investors from the equity dilution that can occur when later issues of the stock hit the market at cheaper prices than those investors earlier paid. Such provisions are typically associated with convertible preferred stocks.


We uses YouTube API Services.
Click to rate this post!
[Total: 0 Average: 0]

Leave a Reply