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The Boring Portfolio purchased 300 shares of The Shaw Group (NASDAQ: SHAW) at an average price of $18.84 on April 16, 1996. The graph above reflects SHAW's performance in relation to Boring's purchase point.
The eighteenth Boring trade was made on September 27, 1996, when the Borefolio sold its remaining 100 shares of THE SHAW GROUP (Nasdaq: SHAW). The shares fetched $36 1/4 at the market.
ACTION # STOCK PRICE COMS'N COST GAIN Sold 100 SHAW $36 1/4 $27.49 $1884.16 $1713.35
The sixteenth Boring trade was made on August 2, 1996, when the Borefolio sold 200 of its 300 shares of THE SHAW GROUP (Nasdaq: SHAW). The shares fetched $28 1/2 at the market.
ACTION # STOCK PRICE COMS'N COST GAIN Sold 200 SHAW $28 1/2 $27.49 $3768.33 $1904.18
The fifteenth Boring trade was made on July 23, 1996, when the Borefolio added 100 S&P Depository Receipts (AMEX: SPY) at a cost of $63 7/8 a stub. These SPiDeRs are traded as individual shares of a trust designed to mimic the activity of the S&P 500. To read the buy report, click on the S&P Depository Rcpts listing in the Boring Portfolio page.
ACTION # STOCK PRICE COMS'N COST Bought 100 SPY $63 7/8 $27.49 $6414.99