that's impossible. it's low on 8/31 was $11.60
Thats before the split. We bought this stock at like .12 to .14 cents. The split happens and it scales up the price (including the price history is adjusted as well) so we then sell it at the adjusted higher cost for profit. Here you can see me buying it for .14 cents on 8/31 prior to the split on Fidelity in both my IRA and my Individual account there:
They both round up, and then you get to sell them in both accounts for 12.50 (I missed the $20+ price
Nothing big, but when you do it on 2 accounts on each brokerage you have an account on, it adds up annually. Especially when you get the big ones.