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Irish; Patience can be the most important thing.A trust of which I am trustee acquored a small amt of PEP in 1966.I never sold-the adjusted cost is about .82(CENTS). A modest investment is now worth 300k plus and we did not reinvest dividends as the distribution of income is mandated.On the other hand I bought(for myself)HD about two weeks ago at 21 and like a fool(not Fool) sold it at 24.5.
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