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Author: broadmoor Three stars, 500 posts Old School Fool CAPS All Star Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 27  
Subject: Re: Re: overbid Date: 12/18/2006 6:48 PM
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seldom958, there was a reverse split, 1/10, on CAR. As far as the other purchase, I think you fail to take into account that those 164 shares didn't materialize out of thin air, they were part of CD. You got one H for every four you had of CD, so, your $6.315 per share simply represents one fourth of the Realogy price at either the open or close of the first day of the official spin-off, or, of the average price that day (I don't know which it is, but the differences among those three possibilities would not be too great). What I believe you have to do is add all three prices per share that day (CD, H, WYN--you got 1 WYN for every five of CD) together, and then apply the percentages to that total--I think.
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