On December 1, 1998 the Fool Port (Rule Breaker Port) sold five positions: Innovex, KLA-Tencor and 3Com entirely, and partial positions in Amazon.com and America Online. The trade was done to raise cash for new buys that best match the portfolio's investment strategy. For the full rationale, please see the sell report.
ACTION # STOCK PRICE COMS'N Sold 140 AMZN $203 5/8 $8 Sold 320 AOL $89 3/16 $8 Sold 325 INVX $16 3/16 $8 Sold 130 KLAC $34 $8 Sold 250 COMS $43 $8
The Fool Portfolio purchased 10,880 shares of America Online (NYSE:AOL) at a split-adjusted price of $0.4375 on August 5, 1994.
11/25/98 -- Selling 3Com, Innovex and KLA-Tencor, and minority portions of America Online and Amazon.com
05/07/98 - AOL Q3
11/07/97 - America Online Q1 '98
09/08/97 - AOL/Compuserve Deal Call
08/07/97 - AOL Q4 Earnings Special
05/05/97 - AOL Q3 Earnings Special
04/24/97 - What Happened with the AOL/CompuServe Talks?
04/17/97 - AOL & IOM Partial Sell Report
04/16/97 - Fool Sells Portion Of AOL & IOM
02/10/97 - America Online Q2
01/17/97 - "America Offline", Motley Fool's Evening News
11/07/96 - AOL Q1 '97
10/18/96 - AOL: Losing The Media Battle?
06/13/96 - AOL's Partners Conference Report
06/13/96 - AOL Valuation Analysis
07/05/95 - AOL Comment
08/04/94 - Buy Report - First Six Holdings Report
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