dilution A subject that comes up quite a bit in discussions involving the selling of securities is

Loss in existing dilution. Dilution refers to a loss in existing shareholders' value. There are several kinds: shareholders' value, in terms of either ownership, market value, _

book value, or EPS. 9Robert S. Hansen, "The Demise of the Rights Issue," Review of Financial Studies 1 (Fall 1988), pp. 289-309.

Ross et al.: Fundamentals VI. Cost of Capital and 16. Raising Capital of Corporate Finance, Sixth Long-Term Financial Edition, Alternate Edition Policy

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1. Dilution of percentage ownership

2. Dilution of market value

3. Dilution of book value and earnings per share

The differences between these three types can be a little confusing, and there are some common misconceptions about dilution, so we discuss it in this section.

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