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These tax-exempt bonds are typically issued by municipal, county or state governments, whose interest payments are not subject to federal income tax, and sometimes also state or local income tax.
Selling short is borrowing a security from a broker and selling it, with the understanding that it must later be bought back (hopefully at a lower price) and returned to the broker.
SEC rules allow investors to sell short only on an uptick or a zero-plus tick, to prevent "pool operators" from driving down a stock price through heavy short-selling, then buying the shares for a large profit.
For example, if a company decides to give its current shareholders 2 shares for every 1 share that they currently own, each shareholder's proportion of ownership in the company won't change .
There are no tax consequences when a stock split occurs, but you should be aware of pre-split and post-split prices for tax calculations of determining gains/losses.
Bonds can be divided into two types, taxable and tax-exempt.