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I ran a frequency function on the same, 244 purchases discussed in a previous post.

Roughly one-quarter were done at a premium to par, an eighth at par, half at modest discounts to par, and another eighth at deep discounts. Another way to look at the groupings is this. 58% (or close enough to two-thirds of the purchases) were done at 100, +5/-10.

But I pay what it makes sense to pay and don't worry about price.
Price Occurrence Group Totals
112.5 1.6%
110.0 2.5%
107.5 2.0%
105.0 4.9%
102.5 11.5% 22.5%

100.0 13.9% 13.9%

95.0 13.5%
90.0 14.3%
85.0 7.8%
80.0 7.4%
75.0 6.6% 49.6%

70.0 4.9%
65.0 4.1%
60.0 2.5%
55.0 0.8%
50.0 0.4%
45.0 0.8%
40.0 0.0%
35.0 0.4% 13.9%
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