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Subject: Dusty's End of June Report Date: 8/7/2006 8:31 AM
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Morning.  Here is my report for the end of June.  

Name	Date	           Shares	Price	Current Value
VFINX	04/26/2006	  689.884	116.99	80,709.55
VEXPX	04/26/2006	1,079.126	 78.13	84,312.15
VPMCX	04/26/2006	1,282.158	 67.79	86,917.52
ISCA	04/26/2006	  289.000	 46.37	13,400.93
NBL	04/26/2006	  296.000	 46.79	13,849.84
CNF	04/26/2006	  279.000	 57.93	16,162.47
ROL	04/26/2006	  699.000	 19.64	13,728.36
UIC	04/26/2006	  231.000	 45.25	10,452.75
OVTI	04/26/2006	  531.000	 21.12	11,214.72
BID	04/26/2006	  479.000	 29.77	14,259.83
EXP	04/26/2006	  206.000	 47.50	 9,785.00
SCSS	04/26/2006	  541.000	 22.97	12,426.77
FDG	04/26/2006	  328.000	 31.70	10,397.60
UNTD	04/26/2006	  817.000	 12.00	 9,804.00
ALD	04/26/2006	  415.000	 28.77	11,939.55
NUE	04/26/2006	  264.000	 54.25	14,322.00
MRO	04/26/2006	  181.000	 83.30	15,077.30
1YR	04/26/2006			        26,027.50
2YR	04/26/2006			        26,080.00
3YR	04/26/2006			        26,117.50
4YR	04/26/2006			        26,162.50
5YR	04/26/2006			        26,200.00
Cash	04/26/2006			         1,104.38
Interest income to date		5,587.50		
				         Total 560,452.21

There were some stock splits and dividends.  I do apologize
for not listing each one but I am really pressed for time.

Here are my notes:

1)  I think I did really well.  Taking the final balance
of $560,452.21 and removing the required amount of $25,000
this would still leave me with $535,452.21.

2) Comparing my portfolio to the S&P 500 Index I had a good
year.  The S&P 500 Index is up 6.62%.  My Portfolio is up
12.09%.

3)  The last quarter was a tough one as the market was all
over the place.  

4)  Taxes - Assuming that I am Married.  Assuming no other 
income, deductions or credits.  

I would estimate taxes as follows:

                        Income - 60,452.21
            Standard Deduction - 10,000.00
                    Exemptions -  6,000.00 
                Taxable Income - 44,452.21
                           Tax -  5,941.00
I do realize that my actual tax on this would be lower than
this because some of my dividends would have been taxed at
the Qualified rate and some of gains would not have been
realized.  I did it in this manner to try to give a one
year only picture of how I did.

5) Gross profit $560,452.21
   Taxes           5,941.00
   Net profit   $554,511.21
   Required       25,000.00
   Re-Invest    $529,511.21 (a 5.9% increase)

If anyone finds anything that looks out of balance please
let me know and I will check my numbers.

6)  Real life for me has been crazy.  Since life has been
crazy this has shown me even more that this is a great 
portfolio for me.  I only have to look at this portfolio
every 3 months.  

Final comments.  Thank you to everyone for a great learning
year.  It has been crazy for me so I will not be able to 
participate in this for the next year.  I will continue to
read and learn from this board.  Keep it active.

Dusty
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