Information about your visit might end up in standard HTTP server logs. This includes your IP address, the pages you visited, and what web browser you use. These logs are ephemeral (they are automatically rotated once they reach a certain size, so the time they persist is dependent on how much traffic the site gets, but it’s on the order of a month or so).
Web server logs are never shared or sold. In practice I only look at them if someone is engaging in abuse (e.g. launching a denial of service attack) so that I can block the offending IP addresses.