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Toehold Purchase

Toehold Purchase Definition

Toehold purchase is typically a acquisition by a company of less than 5% percent of the outstanding stock of another company.   When purchases exceed five percent or more, the SEC requires the investor/ company to file documents indicating the reasoning and goals of the stock purchase. This information is also provided to the target company.


Additional meaning of Toehold Purchase:

The toehold purchase can be used to establish the acquiring company’s interest in a particular corporation. However, toehold purchases can also be a way of generating another form of revenue in the form of investment income or dividends.









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