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Enter price paid, capital available, and expected price. Capital available is the amount of cash available to invest. Initially, the code will calculate the amount of shares purchased with cash available. Then, it calculates initial investment, profit, and percent return.
An example of capital return from investing in Cisco from April 1990 to April 2000. Initially, $1000 was invested with the share price of $0.0746. The price in April 2000 reached a high of 77.
Initial Investment = 999.9384
Another example of capital return from investing in Walmart in December 1974. Investing $1,000 and buying shares at a split adjusted $0.0185 with a value of $54.46 in April 2007.
Initial Investment = 999.998
Source: Yahoo Finance
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