The Boring Portfolio purchased 100 shares of Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO)
at an average price of $53.90 on June 26, 1996. The graph above reflects
CSCO's performance in relation to Boring's purchase point.
08/04/98 - Cisco Systems Q4
05/05/98 - Cisco Systems Q3
02/04/98 - Cisco Systems Q2
11/06/97 - Cisco Systems Q1 '98
08/05/97 - Cisco Q4
06/27/97 - Cisco still shopping
06/06/97 - Stock for Dad
05/07/97 - Cisco Q3
05/02/97 - Networking Zombies
02/21/97 - Cisco's Skid
11/06/96 - Cisco Q1
08/16/96 - Cisco Q4
07/26/96 - Cisco Acquisition
06/26/96 - Buy Report
ACTION # STOCK PRICE COMS'N RECEIVED Sold 225 CSCO $117 1/8 $18.00 $26,335.13
The thirteenth Boring trade was a purchase of Cisco Systems (Nasdaq: CSCO). One hundred shares were purchased on 6/26/96 for $53 3/4.
ACTION # STOCK PRICE COMS'N COST Bought 100 CSCO $53 3/4 $27.49 $5389.99
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