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    You invested $10,400 in 200 shares of a company.s stock one year ago. This
    year you received total dividends of $600. The price of one share is $62,50 today.
    a. What is your total dollar return?
    b. What is your capital gain?
    c. What is your percentage return?
    d. What is the stocks.dividend yield?

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    a. What is your total dollar return?
    The initial price is 10400/200 = $52
    The current price is $62.50, so the current stock value is 62.50*200 = 12500
    total ...

    Solution Summary

    The percentage return is examined. The expert determines the total dollar returns and capital gains. The stocks and dividend yields are provided.

    $2.49

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