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Hi, Fools.

I have a question about historical prices for stocks and mutual funds. My retirement site gives me just the balance in each of my funds/company stock and I can get the contribution/dividend amounts and dates. However, nowhere does it tell me how many shares were purchased.

Now, I can back into the number of shares if I know what the price was on the purchase date. My question is, is there anywhere to get a stock or mutual fund's closing price for, say, a couple of days ago. If I'm busy or just forget, I may not enter this into MS Money till a couple of days after the fact. Yahoo! just gives me the previous day's closing price. I don't really want to pay for this, if possible.

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