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Is there any difference between a 2 for 1 stock split and a 100% stock dividend?

There are accounting differences. Consider 100,000 shares of par value $1. 2-for-1 stock split When there is a 2-for-1 stock split, the par value is halved to $0.50 and the number of shares is doubled ...
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"Moonbag" Profit Taking Strategy (Tradfi/Crypto) vs Alternatives?

I think the point the person was making is that you cannot really take out "the principal". See my answer here for a detailed example. So in your situation you need to withdraw enough to ...
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Intraday Trading: Buy & Sell same stock but different volumes

If you buy and sell an option or an equity on the same day, it's a day trade.
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What does it mean "You are buying the underlying asset"?

It means you are buying ownership of actual shares and all that goes with that. Other ways to gain an interest in a company might be more indirect. Examples include derivatives (futures, options, CFD ...
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